|Natalie Keller Pariano||Director of Campus Leadership and Involvement, Room 309, firstname.lastname@example.org, (740) 587-6394|
|Aimee M. Maczko||Associate Director, Room 308, email@example.com, (740)587-6394|
|Kim Hitchcock||Assistant to the Director, Room 310, firstname.lastname@example.org, (740) 587-6394|
The Campus Leadership & Involvement Center (CLIC) supports the mission of the University by providing co-curricular learning opportunities that foster interpersonal and intrapersonal growth, as well as the acquisition of practical competencies and critical thinking skills. Above all, CLIC assists students in embracing ethical leadership and lifelong learning, while promoting a sense of community and purposeful connection to Denison.
CLIC is responsible for four major areas of student life: campus organization support, leadership programs development, fraternity and sorority life, and major events programming. CLIC directly advises a number of campus organizations including the programming board (University Programming Council), the fraternity/sorority governing bodies (Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Order of Omega and Panhellenic Council) and our peer leadership advisors (Leadership Fellows). CLIC also provides advice and resources to the more than 170 other registered campus organizations at Denison. Additionally, CLIC works with a number of student committees each year to present major events such as the Student Gala, Winter Week, Welcome Weekend Orientation Programming, Culture Jam, D-Day and Senior Week.
The Center is open during normal business hours (8:30am - 4:30pm). Students are encouraged to stop by to share ideas about programming, learn about campus organization and leadership opportunities, or to set up an appointment with any of the members of the staff.
Campus Leadership and Involvement at Denison University, in an affirmation of its commitment to the principles of multicultural enhancement, is supportive of the concepts of non-discrimination, affirmative action, and equal opportunity as they relate to race, creed, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age and physical ability. In holding with these tenets, the CLIC stresses the importance of eliminating discriminatory and/or culturally insensitive language, behavior, and content from Denison University sponsored events. To this end, CLIC urges thought and advance planning so that Denison University and CLIC sponsored events reflect diversity and sensitivity consistent with the University Mission Statement and goals.
For more information, go to Campus Leadership & Involvement Center.