CLC students are leaders across campus. Beginning as freshmen, our scholars join UALR organizations. Many of our scholars go on to hold leadership positions in their organizations.
I represent two organizations at UALR. I represent the Student Government Association as the Chief Justice where I oversee the student judicial courts. I also represent Pi Kappa Alpha as the Recruitment Chair where I oversee all recruitment activities and strategies. I am a sophomore and hope to one day be the Chief of Police at a major police department. Lastly, I serve as a Sophomore Ambassador for the Chancellor’s Leadership Corps where I help mentor freshmen scholars through their first year of college.
As a sophomore resident caretaker at the Baptist Collegiate Ministry, I help with building maintenance, such as cleaning and prepping for events. I also help organize activities for students (movie nights, running group,
Every week we have a meal, a worship service, and a talk. I help lead that, as well as participate in our ministry geared toward international students.
I am majoring in Spanish and speech communications and hope to use those degrees to work with Hispanic families, whether as a missionary in a Latin American country or with a local ministry in The States.
I am a Junior here at UALR. I am currently the Kappa Delta President. As president of Kappa Delta I hold chapter meetings, communicate with our national headquarters, and represent our sorority for school events. Last year I was the Vice President-Finance Treasurer. I am also the Vice President of the Diamond Dolls. Through Diamond Dolls we work the baseball games and help fund raise for events. I am also the former and current President of the Music Student Association.
I plan on going to medical school at UAMS and become a pediatric surgeon.
Chelsey Partain and I are the Co-Presidents of the Student Philanthropy Council.
The UALR Student Philanthropy Council, Trojans Supporting Trojans, aims to create a culture of tradition of giving for students by students. Our goal is to relay the mission of the philanthropy council to the UALR Campus, along with the surrounding communities.
My classification is a Junior, my major is Speech Language Pathology, and in the future, I hope to work at Arkansas Children’s Hospital.
I am currently the President of Pi Kappa Alpha. I am a junior, with aspirations to teach and coach while working on my Master’s Degree in Educational Administration so that I can be a principle. For my organization, I act as the liaison between the Fraternity and the school faculty. I also oversee 8 executive positions, varying from Vice Presidents to New Member Education. Since my term has started I have founded the chapter’s first ever Alumni Advisory Board, and we received our first Chapter Excellence Award from Nationals which places our efforts in the top 5% of all 260+ Pi Kappa Alpha Chapters Internationally. Also, we have initiated Trojan Basketball Head Coach, Steve Shields into the bonds of brotherhood, with hopes to extend the same link to other prestigious UALR faculty members.