Be a Leader at Millikin

Engage in your civic responsibility through service learning opportunities, explore yourself with value based leadership programs, or develop your legacy through serving as one of our many paraprofessional roles.

Leadership Roles

Did you know that students learn more when they are involved in both academic and social aspects of the collegiate experience? We want you to activate your leadership and check out all of the great opportunities to get engaged on campus!

Paraprofessional, Intern & Mentor Roles

First Year Experience Mentor

First Year Experience Mentors are sophomore, junior, or senior students who have a desire to aid new students in the transition from their previous school to Millikin. FYEMS are trained in developmental conversations, student success topic presentations, and mediation. FYEMS are well versed in aiding in student success and acclimation to college student success. Interested in becoming a FYEM? Please contact Molly Berry, Director of the office of Inclusion and Student Engagement at

LV Scholar Mentor

This Paraprofessional role will provide academic support, serve as a resource during summer leadership academy and the academic year, as well as create a sense of belonging through social connections to LV Scholars.  This includes First-year LV Scholars who live in the LV Living-Learning Community. To obtain this role, students would have to be a Long-Vanderburg Scholar and have a junior or senior standing.

Student Organization Leader

An involved student is one who devotes considerable energy to academics, spends much time on campus, participates actively in student organizations/activities, and interacts often with faculty (Alexander Astin, Theory of Involvement). Millikin University has approximately 90 registered student organizations. Find out where your interests are here. Hyperlink to list of orgs For more information please contact Derrick Sosinski, Coordinator of the office of Inclusion and Student Engagement at

Fraternity & Sorority Life

The fraternity and sorority community at Millikin University includes five men's fraternities and six women's sororities. These organizations provide housing and support for approximately 25% of the Millikin University student body. Millikin's fraternity and sorority community is dedicated to many things, but most of all, strives to help others reach their greatest potential and to improve the community, working to develop better men and better women. Visit Greek Life for more information.