The Center for Student Engagement assists students as they link their academic work to real-world pursuits. NKU students can learn, practice, and hone their leadership skills by taking advantage of the Northern Kentucky Leadership Institute and the more than 200 student organizations available at the university. Students can connect with other students who share similar interests, spirituality, or political causes. Students who get involved find better jobs, earn better grades, and are more likely to graduate. Moreover, they are more satisfied with their college experience. The Center for Student Engagement serves as the coordinating office for the many activities and registered student organizations on campus, including those described here.
Getting involved can be overwhelming at first. Trying to find the right fit, but not sure where to start? Take our 9 Areas of Engagement Quiz.
Within 2-3 business days after taking the quiz you'll recieve a customized report to your NKU Email Account with your top three areas of engagement. Once you get your results, schedule an appointment with one of our RSO Student Specialists and they can help you find the perfect organization(s) for you!
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