Leadership Engagement Advocacy and Diversity office at Salem State University plans numerous programs and offers a variety of services to SSU. Come visit us in Room 218 of the Campus Center! Or Follow us on Twitter @SSUlead , follow us on Instagram @ssulead, and Like us on Facebook at Salem State University: LEAD Office for more information!
We are also the blog of the Ellison Campus Center – the hub for activities on campus!
Managed by: Alliane Hughes and Denisha Dominguez
The LEAD office seeks to develop student leaders through thoughtful and intentional programs that inspire inclusive leadership and transformative identity development. We strive to create a campus culture that engages every student in educational and social growth designed to empower students to be socially conscious members of society through an awareness of self and others.
Welcome to the new George H. Ellison Campus Center at Salem State University! The Campus Center is a great place to visit if you want to get more involved at Salem State. We serve the college community through a variety of cultural, social, educational and recreational activities and programs. Located in front of Alumni Plaza on North Campus, the Campus Center houses meeting and event spaces, spacious lounges, student organization offices and student services offices. Not only will you will be showing school pride and making your resume look better, you would also have the opportunity to make some new friends in the process. The Campus Center is also a great place to get some work done before, in-between, or after classes.
Groups & Clubs Room – Houses ten student organizations and a meeting room
Latin American Student Association
Learning Center Programs
The Log newspaper
WMWM radio station
Counseling & Health Services
Lounges including approximately 15 computers and wireless access
Student Government Association
Winfinsky Art Gallery
Asian Student Association
Campus Center Programs & Services
Florence Luscomb Women’s Center
Meeting and event spaces
The Center for Diversity and Multicultural Enrichment