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Community Involvement Ambassadors is a learning community of students who will be involved with university programming and activities, attend cultural performances and learn how to effectively participate in and manage student organizations. This unique learning community is a joint collaboration between the Office of Residence Life and Student & Community Involvement and engages students in their freshman year with on-campus involvement. By combining Orientation with a class that focuses on exploring leadership, students will gain an understanding of how to apply their newfound skills with university programming.
As a member of this learning community, you will attend campus events and learn how to plan, promote and lead activities. Members of the CIA learning community will live in Cumberland Hall, attend a leadership retreat at Camp Allegheny in the fall and work together to plan an on-campus event in conjunction with other student organizations. This fun and informative learning community provides you with the opportunity to refine your leadership skills and prepare to be a leader at FSU!
Download Community Involvement (CIA) Flyer