At Holy Names University, you will learn what it means to be a citizen of the world: a creative, self-reliant, and critical thinking individual who serves others as a leader for positive social change.
Student Leadership Opportunities
Student Leadership offers HNU students a chance to explore interests, develop skills and new passions, gain leadership experience, improve communication and organizational abilities, and build an appreciation for the diverse community in which we live.
Also - don't forget to register for the CALP 191 class, offered during the Spring 2019 semester. All students looking to apply for the leadership opportunities linked to below MUST be enrolled in CALP 191 or have had successfully completed CALP 191 with a grade of B or better.
Top Ten Things to do @ HNU When You are Done Studying
- Pursue social justice work on your own or through the Center for Social Justice and Civic Engagement
- Experience HNU's longstanding traditions
- Hang out in the "Long Lounge" in the Student Center
- Get lunch in the Public Market and eat in the Hawk's Nest or Mealy Living Room while you play pool or watch TV
- Enjoy Coffee in Rosie's Cafe or lunch near the Grotto in the St. Francis Courtyard
- Relax in one of the seven courtyards on campus
- Enjoy the stunning views of Oakland, San Francisco, and the Bay from the balcony of the Chapel or watch the deer and the sunset from the Rose Garden
- Workout in the Fitness Center at the Tobin Gym
- Attend an intercollegiate athletic contest
- Connect with your friends on Facebook from anywhere on campus
Click here for a list of Oakland restaurants.
Read "36 Hours in Oakland" in The New York Times, and see where they included Oakland at spot #5 in their article "The 45 Places to Go in 2012".