With the goals of community-building, resource sharing, and personal and organizational development, the KBK Council aims to support the continued success of students and student organizations. The group consists of 16 representatives from Keith B. Key Center for Student Leadership and Service Office and Locker Tenants for that academic year.
Members attend in-person meetings regularly to collaborate on group-driven initiatives that support the Council's goals. These meetings will offer time to plan events for the greater student org community, network with fellow student org leaders, and serve as a sounding board for Student Activities and other campus groups.
The KBK Council is advised by Cassie Smith, Coordinator for the Keith B. Key Center for Student Leadership and Service. Questions, whether it is about membership on the Council or how to collaborate with them, can be directed to Cassie at email@example.com or 614-247-9533.
Student Org Speed Dating With the KBK Council & Student Org Leaders
Join the KBK Council for Student Org Leader Speed Dating on April 18 from 4:30pm – 6pm in the Barbie Tootle Room of the Ohio Union. This event will be an informal "speed dating" event where student org leaders can network with each other over guided social and relationship-building questions as well as refreshments & treats. Reserve your space online at go.osu.edu/OrgSpeedDate. Please limit your leadership team participation to 2-3 members, as our space for the event is limited. RVSP’s are accepted up until the event start time, but food cannot be assured if not done 48 hours prior to the event. Questions can be directed to KBK Council advisor Cassie Smith.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership on the KBK Council is open to lease-signing tenants of the Keith B. Key Center for Student Leadership and Service and requires the successful completion of an online application. Eligible members should be in good academic standing, and do not need to hold an official leadership title in their organization. Meeting attendance is required, and the dates and times will be included in the online application. Alternate members will be selected in the event someone is unable to fulfill the commitments of the Council.
Each organization is eligible to have one member on the Council, though multiple may submit applications. A selection committee of Student Activities staff will review applications and make selections annually to bring together a diverse and representative group.
All student organizations are invited to collaborate with the Council and attend Council programs.
This application for the 2022-2023 year are closed. Space on the council for the 2023-2024 year will be released in August at the Tenant Welcome Meetings.