Other Leadership Opportunities

Beyond involement in clubs on campus there are many other leadership opportunites offered. These are chances to grow in your areas of interest, impact our community, and oftentimes positivley impact your peers here at HU! Check out what leadership opportunities we offer below!

Friesen Center for Service and Experiential Learning

Service is an important characteristic of HU! As one of the three pillars of Huntington University, students tangibly exercise their faith. As John said, “This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters.” 

The Friesen Center student leadership team, made up of a Student Director and several Program Coordinators, plans and organizes service opportunities and trips. Some activities serve the Forester community, planting trees and tulip bulbs, and others serve the Huntington community. Trips expose students to different social groups, needs, or issues, broadening the perspective of each participant. 

International Student Council (ISC)

The International Student Council (ISC) is International Student led. These students host events on campus to make sure international students have a community of students that also share diversity. The events they host are helpful in making international students at Huntington University feel at home away from home. ISC usually meets biweekly.

Joyful Noise

Joyful Noise is Huntington University's student led chapel band. 

Multicultural Activities Council (MAC)

Multicultural Activities Council (MCA) consists of student leaders that come from diverse backgrounds who work together to bring awareness of different cultures to the HU community.

MAC organizes on a variety of events throughout the year to celebrate different cultures such as: Latino Fest- Hispanic Heritage, Soup N' Scoop- Indigenous Peoples' Month, Soul Food Cafe- Black History Month, More than a Dragon - Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. MAC consists of a student president, event coordinator, volunteer coordinator, social media coordinator, social media design managaer, and house manager. MAC is overseen by the Coordinator of Multicultural Programs. 

New Student Mentor

New Student Mentors at Huntington University play a pivotal role in supporting the transition and integration of incoming students into the university community. Mentors serve as guides, resources, and advocates for new students, helping them navigate the academic, social, and personal challenges of their first year. New Student Mentors serve as role models, offering guidance on university policies, resources, and opportunities for involvement. This leadership role requires strong communication skills, empathy, cultural competence, and a passion for helping others succeed. New Student Mentors have the unique opportunity to make a lasting impact on the lives of incoming students and contribute to the creation of a supportive and welcoming campus community at Huntington University.

Resident Assistant (RA)

Resident Assistants (RAs) at Huntington University play a crucial role in fostering a supportive and loving living environment within the campus residence halls. Each floor in a residence hall has 1-2 RAs who serve as mentors, role models, and resources for their fellow students, promoting a sense of community, safety, and well-being. This leadership role requires strong interpersonal skills, empathy, problem-solving abilities, and a commitment to promoting a vibrant and inclusive living-learning environment. RAs have the unique opportunity to positively impact the lives of their peers and contribute to the overall campus community at Huntington University.


Sojourners are your fellow travelers on the college journey. With 1-2 Sojourners on every residence hall floor they are HU students who are committed to abiding where they are right now — in the middle of the messiness of day-to-day life, spiritual development, and personal growth on campus. They are here to listen and to speak into the lives of their peers, working closely with the Center for Spiritual Formation and Intercultural Enrichment to come alongside others in their Christian walk.

Student Activities Board (SAB)

Student Activities Board (SAB) is a student-led organization responsible for the planning and coordination of campus-wide student activities on Huntington University’s home campus. The mission of this team is to create well-run events that cultivate, support, and sustain community, promote educational opportunities, and develop personal growth for students at Huntington University.

The board is overseen by the Director of Student Acitvities. Activities include carnivals, themed events, concerts, movies, campus-wide Olympics, holiday parties, etc. The University’s student-run campus activities social media marketing page, “The Axe”, is coordinated in conjunction with SAB and overseen by the Director of Student Activities.

Student-Athlete Leadership Team (SALT)

The mission of the Student-Athlete Leadership Team (SALT) is to provide leadership opportunities for student-athletes to influence the total student-athlete experience at Huntington University. SALT is a student-athlete organization created to advance the university’s mission of Christ, Scholarship and Service by promoting the development of Christian character, academic excellence and service to the campus and greater Huntington community through athletics. 

Student Government Association (SGA)

Student Government Association (SGA) is a student-led organization designed to help facilitate concerns between the student body and the university administration. Student government helps create various student events, as well as provides financial support to other clubs and student activites.

The Student Government Association is overseen by the Vice President for Student Life. SGA is led by an executive board made up of a President, Vice President, Secretary, and a Treasurer which are paid positions elected by the student body. SGA also has two paid positions for a public relations rep and a graphic designer. Each class has a representative as well as a representative for each residence hall. Other positions include North American Minority representative, international representatives, representatives at large, and commuter representatives.