Get connected with the Saint Leo community by getting involved!
Whether you are an alumnus, parent, or friend of Saint Leo, there are so many ways you can become an active part of the university community. Perhaps you would like to help with an event in your area for alumni or prospective students. Maybe you want to organize a special reunion during Homecoming. Or maybe you would like to cheer on the Lions as a season ticket holder through our Pride Pass Program.
Find the best ways for you to show your Saint Leo pride. To volunteer or for more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Engagement and Sustained Giving at (352) 588-8667 or email@example.com.
The Golden Lions Program is a recruiting initiative developed by the Saint Leo University Office of Admissions to create a clear presence in high schools throughout the United States. Current alumni of Saint Leo will promote the university in and around their communities by informing prospective students and their families about Saint Leo University.
For additional information, please contact Sarah Olsen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (352) 588-8937.
The objective of the association is to develop and enhance involvement of alumni and future alumni in supporting the mission and goals of the university. Whether you graduated one, five, or 50 years ago, there are many ways for you to share your time and expertise with the Alumni Association. Read more about the Alumni Association »
Saint Leo alumni chapters are forming to support the mission, vision, and values of Saint Leo University by connecting and networking among and between alumni, faculty, and students; recruiting new students; providing appropriate feedback to the university; and maintaining traditions, thus preserving our past and supporting our future while keeping Lions connected no matter where they live!
If you are interested in volunteering, starting a petition, or have any questions regarding the chapters, please contact Diana Morande at (352) 588-8254 or email@example.com.
Your career experiences offer invaluable direction to students deciding on their academic and professional paths. As a volunteer with the Office of Career Planning, you can help students prepare for the transition from student to professional, provide internship opportunities with your employer, serve as mentor, or attend networking dinners and receptions. Get involved today by completing the Career Planning Volunteer Form »
Saint Leo University relies on you and other volunteers to turn our annual calendar of events into a success. A variety of events are held each year at University Campus and in areas where a large number of alumni are located. As a volunteer you can:
- Make phone calls, and send emails to encourage alumni to attend.
- Help welcome guests as they arrive.
- Assist university staff with pre-event logistics
In 1967 Saint Leo graduated its first class of four-year graduates after the school’s return to a four-year institution. In April 2017 this pioneer class will come together to be Saint Leo’s first 50th reunion class! The tradition of the 50th reunion program will continue in Fall 2018 during Homecoming Weekend. Opportunities for members of the graduating classes coming up on their 50th reunions include planning of the reunion events, assisting in finding “lost” alumni, reaching out to classmates, and helping raise funds for the 50th reunion class gift.
If you are interested in volunteering or have questions regarding the 50th reunion program, please contact Sarah Olsen at (352) 588-8729 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Media Ambassador
Social media ambassadors are connected, involved, and passionate about Saint Leo University and social media. They are active advocates for the university who share and promote upcoming events and informational posts via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
If you are interested in becoming a social media ambassador, please complete the Social Media Ambassador Form. If you have questions, contact Sarah Olsen at (352) 588-8729 or email@example.com.
During Homecoming and throughout the year, groups of alumni come together based on a variety of connections they shared as students. Special reunion groups have included fraternities and sororities, academic programs, education centers, athletics, and other student organizations. These special reunions offer a chance for alumni to reconnect with classmates with whom they share a common bond.