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Student Life and Leadership


Are you interested in getting involved at ULM? You've come to the right place!!!!!

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The Office of Student Life and Leadership

There are many ways to get involved! On any day of the week, you can participate in an event brought to you by the Campus Activities Board or network with fellow students in one of over 150 Recognized Student Organizations. Do you have school spirit? How about being apart of our Spirit Groups? You could join the Cheerleading Team, Hawkline or interact with fans on game day as Ace the Warhawk. Or maybe you would like to make a different around campus by joining Student Government Association! For female students looking to be a leader on campus, consider the Miss ULM Pageant – she’s talented, well-spoken, and the face of ULM during her year of service. And their is nothing like being apart of the Greek Life community. All of these organization will help you to developing lifelong friendships, service skills and build a strong foundation of leadership!

Take advantage of your opportunities as a ULM student! 

 

Upcoming Student Life Events

Oozeball

BATTLE OF OLYMPUS

ULM National Pan-Hellenic Council Annual Step Show

Midnight Breakfast

 

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Recent Student Life News


ULM Mock Trial Team advances to Nationals

For the fourth consecutive year, the University of Louisiana Monroe Mock Trial Team has advanced to the opening round of the AMTA National Championships. ULM is the only school from Louisiana to advance each of the last four years.

The Hawkeye wins third place for 'Best Newspaper in the Nation'

The University of Louisiana Monroe's student newspaper, the Hawkeye, won third place for "Best Newspaper" at the College Media Association's annual conference held March 7-11 in New York City. Competing against public and private colleges and universities from across the country, the Hawkeye took the honors in the category of four-year schools with student populations between 5,000-10,000.



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