Join King's Student Leadership Team

Being involved with Student Leadership is a wonderful way to serve your fellow students and King’s campus. Student Leaders have unique opportunities to lead their peers through the ebbs and flows of university life. Do you identify with some of the qualities listed below? You might be a great fit for a student leadership position.

Traits that make a great student leader:

  • I want to be a part of someone's faith formation and spiritual journey.
  • I want to foster a sense of community among commuter students.
  • I have a desire to come alongside fellow students living in residence.
  • I am eager to lend a listening ear to peers who need to talk.
  • I have a heart for international students.
  • I am passionate about creating and planning worship services.

If you're interested in making a difference in the lives of others and want to help build into a great community, consider applying for a student leadership position. You'll have great opportunities to develop great relationships, interpersonal skills, and leadership skills.

Applications for the 2019-2020 Student Leadership team will open in January, 2019.
If you are interested in the application process, check out last recruitment's Recruitment Timeline. Questions about Student Leadership? Contact Witty Sandle.

Student Leadership Positions and Descriptions



Staff Member

Campus Ministries

Ministry Assistant

Tim Wood

Campus Ministries

Worship Assistant

Tim Wood

Commuter Program

Commuter Program Assistant

Witty Sandle


Peer Support Assistant

Zac Berg

International Program

International Student Assistant

Regina Afable


Apartment Residence Assistant

Alison Exner


Apartment Residence Lead

Alison Exner


Suite Residence Assistant

Alison Exner


Summer Residence Assistant

Alison Exner


Tower Residence Assistant

Alison Exner

Student Success

Academic Support Assistant

Barb Hein &
Kristin Janzen

Residence Assistants
Resident Assistants have great opportunities to assist and lead students through their time in residence. As a resident student, you'll plan events, mentor students through challenging times, and work to ensure a healthy, vibrant residence community.

Commuter Volunteer Assistants
If you are a student who lives off campus, consider becoming a Commuter Volunteer Assistant. In this role, you have the opportunity to help Commuter Program Assistants run events for commuters.

New Student Move-In and Orientation
If you are itching to get involved on campus, consider being a volunteer in Student Life's New Student Orientation program! Volunteers help out with all aspects of orientation.

Ambassador Program
The King's Ambassador Program is another student leadership opportunity you might want to explore. As an ambassador, you represent The King’s University in our community and promote our school to prospective students.