Freshman Leadership Council
In FLC, students will have the opportunity to learn about how student government operates. Throughout the course of the year, students in FLC will form relationships with other student leaders on campus, as well as with faculty.
Additionally, students will have the opportunity to work on several projects throughout the school year that are entirely student-driven. Ideally, FLC serves as a catalyst for leadership and networking skills that will propel students to successful positions on campus and into the workforce. FLC meets weekly on Thursday afternoons under the guidance of student government’s Vice President Hameidah Alsafwani.
“Before FLC I was a leader and had great leadership skills, but FLC helped me to improve and develop my leadership skills to a new level. As FLC senator, I learned so much about our campus, how to improve it and make UNO the Best it can be!”
"I truly believe there is no organization better than FLC at developing leadership traits in freshman. Working with other like-minded freshman gave me the opportunity to sharpen skills that have helped me in the classroom, in the community, and any other interaction I am in. I owe a lot to FLC and would encourage any students interested in making a difference on campus and becoming a better person to join."
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