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The inaugural members of the Dean's Student Leadership Society. MICHELE DYE/USF

Dean’s Student Leadership Society seeks new members

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Dean’s Student Leadership Society is seeking more outstanding College of Art’s and Sciences undergraduate students to join its prestigious leadership organization. Information sessions hosted by adviser Michele Dye will be held Tuesday, March 4 at 4 p.m. and Wednesday, March 5 at 5 p.m. Both we be held in ISA 5020.

The purpose of this highly selective group of CAS students is to promote pride in a liberal arts education and to assist in strengthening the identity of both the College of Arts and Sciences and the University of South Florida. These students further develop leadership and communication skills while representing the College at various events for alumni, donors, students and the Tampa Bay community. In addition, they work with CAS administration, faculty and staff on a regular basis, and have the opportunity to be mentored by CAS alumni.

Membership is open to CAS majors who are in good standing with the University and the College, and who have at least a 3.0 GPA. Students must have taken at least 30 hours at the USF Tampa campus to be eligible.

To apply, you will need to submit your application packet by Wednesday, March 19 by 5 p.m. to CPR 107. Applications are available online or in CPR 107. A recommendation form must be completed by a CAS or USF professor, teaching assistant or staff member. Up to three recommendations may be submitted. Recommendation forms are available online or in CPR 107.

Students are strongly encouraged to attend one of the information sessions so that you can learn more about this organization and the application process. This is a time for all applicants to ask any questions they have about what it takes to be a DSLS member.

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Author: Gennelle Chatman