Who Are Student Leaders?
Otis College Student Leaders serve as role models, mentors, and foster an environment that supports the academic and personal development of all Otis College students. Holding a student leadership position on campus is a valuable opportunity for students to develop skills that will benefit them both personally and professionally. Student Leaders, regardless of position, gain knowledge on a deeper level about the College and have access to professional development opportunities to learn new skills for your future career.
For the 2024-2025 Academic Year, the Offices of Student Engagement and Leadership, Residence Life and Housing, and Admissions will be selecting students to fulfill these roles to support our fellow Owls during their college experience.
Applications will go live in Spring 2024.
Campus Activities Board is a group of students who plan and execute student events and programs for the campus community throughout the year. They aim to build an inclusive and engaged community that fosters meaningful connections and contributes to the Otis College co-curricular experience.
Peer mentors provide their mentees with support and guidance through their first year at Otis College. Peer mentors help new students get involved, connect with their peers, and develop healthy habits for success. Peer Mentors meet with their mentees regularly and facilitate interactive programs to help integrate new students into our community.
TISOs are Otis College student leaders who serve as cross-cultural group leaders during International Student Orientation, and who continue to support new international students as peer mentors throughout the academic year. They also plan inclusive programming with a diversity and cross-cultural focus.
Orientation Leaders assist in Orientation Week, serving as a resource for incoming students, both undergraduate and graduate, and providing programs to help onboard new students to the Otis College community.
The Student Union is made up of student leaders who are passionate about helping other students and that will work hard to help to resolve student concerns on campus. They have been leaders in developing important initiatives on campus such as the Food Pantry, Resource Exchange, and many more.
Student Ambassadors represent Otis College by being the 'face' of our campus, providing campus tours, and presenting to prospective students and families. Ambassadors serve a critical role in the recruitment and outreach to prospective Otis College students. To learn more, contact Admissions at email@example.com.
Resident Assistant (RA)
Resident Assistants live and work in the residence halls and provide programs for their floor communities. Being a resident assistant is a unique opportunity to be a resource for new and continuing students living in the residence hall. To learn more, contact Residence Life and Housing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To be eligible for the listed student leadership positions, you must meet the following:
- Enrolled at Otis as a full time student
- Have completed at least one semester at Otis College
- Cumulative GPA of 2.75
- Good standing with the college
Some positions may have additional eligibility requirements.
Selection Process Timeline 2023-24
|Date and Time||Location|
|Information Session A (Virtual)||Monday, November 13, 3:30pm - 4:15pm||Zoom ID: 549 076 0862|
|Application Opens||Monday, January 22, 2024|
|Information Session B (In-Person)||Tuesday, January 30, 3:30pm - 4:15pm||TBA|
|Information Session C (Virtual)||Wednesday, February 14, 11:15am - 12:00pm||Zoom ID: 549 076 0862|
|Application Closes||Sunday, February 18, 2024|
|Group Process||Sunday, March 3, 2024|
|Individual Interviews||March 5 - 15, 2024||Selected candidate will be contacted by the Committee for time and date|
|Offer Letters||Friday, March 22, 2024|
|Deadline to Accept Offer||Sunday, March 31, 2024 (by the latest)|