Marvin Center for Student Leadership
The Marvin Center for Student Leadership: Be the Change, Lead the Change
Leadership is learned. The Marvin Center for Student Leadership guides, engages, and teaches students to achieve true leadership abilities.
We use mentors, teachers, and community leaders to help students develop this lifelong skill. It is a skill our students use today in their classrooms, in student organizations, and in the community. It is a skill that becomes a part of who they are and who they will become.
The Marvin Center for Student Leadership, in collaboration with Campus Activities, the Center for Public Impact, the Center for Violence Prevention, the Center for Women and Gender Equity, Fraternity and Sorority Life, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Residence Life, the Rec Center, and Wellness Connection, invites BGSU students from across the university to register for our first-ever virtual student leadership conference.
The Marvin Center for Student Leadership offers a wide variety of leadership experiences for student organizations, Greek Life chapters, university departments and offices, along with off-campus partners, and many more. Most programs are facilitated by our Student Leadership Assistants. The SLAs are a group of students passionate about leadership and social change. The various functions of the SLA position culminate in supporting the mission, vision, and values of the Marvin Center for Student Leadership through researching, developing, administering, and assessing a broad array of student leadership development and educational programs. SLAs can also offer 1:1 consultations and event planning committee work. Please use the link below to request an Experience.