Office of Co-Curricular Engagement and Learning

Student Engagement Campus Liaison


Facilitated student involvement on campus by promoting co-curricular activities, analyzing engagement data, and contributing to learning initiatives. Enhanced communication and leadership skills.

Position Overview

The Student Engagement Campus Liaison is a key role focused on fostering a vibrant campus life by encouraging students to participate in various co-curricular activities. This individual is responsible for promoting events and programs that enhance the college experience outside of the classroom. They work closely with student organizations and campus departments to gather and analyze data on student engagement, using this information to identify trends and areas for improvement. The liaison contributes to the development and implementation of learning initiatives aimed at increasing student involvement. In this role, the liaison is expected to possess strong communication and leadership skills, as they will often serve as a bridge between the student body and campus administration, advocating for student needs and interests. The position requires a proactive approach to outreach and a commitment to creating an inclusive and dynamic environment that supports student growth and success.

Position Requirements

  • Ability to work independently,
  • Interest in creating opportunities on campus for student leadership and development,
  • Interest in developing a thorough understanding of student engagement,
  • Event management experience,
  • Proficiency with online platforms such as Zoom,
  • Strong time management skills,
  • Strong interpersonal skills,
  • Creative outlook on improving services,
  • Proficient written communication skills,
  • Interest in collaboration with diverse groups (staff, faculty, students, community),
  • Ability to initiate and maintain conversations with team members,
  • Preliminary understanding of the institution's Co-Curricular Record and Involvement Application.

Graduate Attributes

  • Technological Literacy
  • Written Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Creative Thinking
  • Critical Thinking
  • Capacity to Engage in Respectful Relationships 

Sign Up Directions

Contact Telanie Moolman at for more information.