The Freshman Service Leadership Committee is a freshman-based student organization dedicated to the development of LEADERSHIP through SERVICE. Through both the fall and spring semesters at NKU, FSLC members can be seen throughout campus. Whether it be working fundraisers for one of their upcoming events or showing off their skills at NKU’s Service on Saturday, FSLC members are DEDICATED to giving back to the community.
While attending FSLC meetings, students will be given the opportunities to put their leadership skills to test and develop their skills to new heights. Members can be elected to an office on the Executive Board. In addition, students can Chair a Committee that will focus on helping facilitate group functions, social activities, and community service projects.
Freshman are invited to join FSLC anytime throughout the year, just as long as they are ready to gain knowledge about being a leader and participate in a plethora of service projects that will enlighten the members to continue to serve the community for years to come.
Meetings are Wednesdays at 2PM in the University Center Ballroom . Come check out this great opportunity. If you would like more information about this great opportunity, email email@example.com or join our NorseSync page!
FSLC is an all freshman organization dedicated to friendship, leadership and service. We hope to create the next leaders of NKU through emphasizing the importance of service and teamwork. This is an amazing organization for first year students to get involved and create connections here at NKU.
Please describe your organization and explain your general mission or purpose.
FSLC members assist in bringing to light leadership and community service projects to the student body of Northern Kentucky University. Through participation in activities both on and off campus, FSLC members provide a valuable service by representing community service programs and fundraisers.
Please list the Year your organization was established with NKU. If you know the exact Month/Day/Year, please list.
Jun 1, 1998
UC Ballroom, 375