Find Your Community. Get Involved. Make An Impact.

The Student Involvement and Leadership Center provides impactful co-curricular experiences through educational, social, and community-building programs and events.  We engage in each student's identity development by providing mentorship, resources, and involvement opportunities in order for students to be empowered to engage in their individual communities.

Student Organizations Non-Traditional Student Services Sorority & Fraternity Life Leadership Programs Danforth Chapel



SILC  Values

Critical Thinking
Identifying important issues, considering alternative perspectives, seeking information, and making informed judgments.
Ethical Reasoning
Incorporating and exemplifying values and principles in personal decision-making and actions.
Recognizing one’s multiple identities exhibiting interdependence within one’s groups, organizations, or communities.
Establishing a meaningful connection through campus involvement developing supportive relationships with others.
Social Justice
Demonstrating a commitment to creating programs, services, and experiences which are inclusive, accessible, equitable, and purposeful.
Preparing students to take responsibility to make positive impacts in their communities.

Discover Student Organizations on Rock Chalk Central

Benefit from Student Organization Resources

Get Student Organization Event Approval

Apply for a Scholarship

Choose your Optional Campus Fees

Check out KU's Sorority and Fraternity community

Find out more about Leadership Programs

Reserve the Danforth Chapel

Explore Nontraditional Student Services

Meet the Staff




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LAST WEEK TO REGISTER! Come join us Saturday, February 29th to start a new leadership era. Free lunch is provided.…

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