Orientation Leaders



Each year the Office of the Dean of Students selects a group of mature and dedicated undergraduate students to assist with implementing orientation programs.  Orientation Leaders serve as resources for new students and their families who are making the transition into the diverse academic, intellectual, and social culture of Southern University and A&M College.  Orientation Leaders are expected to possess a specific body of knowledge about the University acquired through training and experience and they must be sincerely interested in and skillful at sharing this information with all new students to
Southern University.


2017 Orientation Leaders


Adagio C.


Adam R.

  Alana L.

  Angel G.

Anthony K.


Chaneya V.

  DJ W.

  Jade J.

Jalon J.

  JaMesia S.

  Jazlyn F.

  John P.

Joseph B.


Josheph D.

  Josie A.

  Joy A.

Karl P.


Katera W.


Krista T.

  LaDeja G.

Lamiri C.

  Lela N.

  Maya K.

  Michael B.


Niya R.


Ravyn P.


Savaria G.

  Sean M.



Simone P.

  Taylor W.

  Teirra O.

  Theodore M.

Tyruss T.

  Xavier D.

  Zephani D.




To be selected as a Jaguar Orientation Leader, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Earned 24 semester hours credit.
  • Maintain a 2.6 cumulative GPA, having spent at least one (1) year at Southern University and A&M College.
  • No judicial cases with the Office of the Dean of Students.
  • Documented proof of active participation in campus activities and organizations.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and must be well-spoken.
  • The ability to work well with others and to be a successful team player.
  • A sincere desire to represent Southern University and A&M College.
  • Keen knowledge of Southern University and A&M College.
Click here for a Statement of Interest Example (PDF)


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