LeadCat Application 2019

Application 2019

Are you an incoming student, freshman or transfer, and looking to get involved? Are you searching for your first great experience at Chico State? Apply to be a LeadCat 2019 Participant! 

At LeadCat you will enjoy a full day of leadership activities hosted by student leaders from across different campus organizations and clubs. You will meet students involved in Community Service programs, Sustainability, Fraternities and Sororities, Housing, and Student Government to name just a few. Their goal is to help get you connected - somewhere, anywhere you want!

All participants will receive a t-shirt, breakfast, and lunch!

Space is limited- freshman and transfer students don't delay, complete your application today. 

If you need any accommodations or have any questions about this event, please contact Kate Harris at kgharris@csuchico.edu.

First Name
Last Name
What is your preferred gender pronoun?

Please note that these are not the only pronouns. There are an infinite number of pronouns as new ones emerge in our language.
Chico State ID
Wildcat Email

Note: If you are having your campus email forwarded to your personal email make sure that you check your junk mail for messages from LeadCat.
Phone Number

Provide city and state.

If undeclared, please write undeclared.
Are you a freshman or a transfer student?
How did you learn about this opportunity?
Where do you plan to live?
What types of programs or organizations are you most likely to join?
T-shirt Size
Please select any dietary accommodations you will need

Select as many as apply
In 250- 500 words please share why you would like to be a part of LeadCat. Please include information about your past experiences, your reasons for applying, what sets you apart from other applicants and why you think you should be selected.

No previous leadership experience is required to participate in LeadCat.
What's your biggest fear/concern coming to Chico State?
Do you require any physical accommodations to make your experience a positive one?