The Office of Student Activities & Leadership staff is trained to help student organizations operate in the most educationally effective way possible. We believe that with the right information, the advisor and the organization can develop a relationship that is rewarding to both parties. Students join organizations for a variety of reasons: social, leadership opportunities, interest, involvement in the campus, resume builders, and for success in college. Your role as the advisor is critical to help each member reach his/her goals and achieve success. Please review the information below and contact the Office Student Activities & Leadership with any questions.
Advisor Workshop Series
The Office of Student Activities & Leadership provides several programs and resources that will assist you in your role as advisor. Sessions will cover important information on policies and procedures, as well as developmental topics that students and student organizations face. Opportunities will also be provided for advisors to ask questions, share information, and network. Advisors who attend three sessions (as indicated below) will receive a certificate:
REQUIRED (to earn the certificate):
Clery Act Training*
CHOOSE AT LEAST ONE FROM BELOW:
Advisors' Rights and Responsibilities (Leadership Lab Session)
Advisors' Roundtable Panel (Leadership Lab Session)
Advising Millennial Students*
Advisors' Roundtable Discussion
Understanding Group Dynamics
Advisors may also choose to attend any of these sessions without completing the Advisor Certificate requirements. For descriptions and registration links for these events and more, click here.
For advisor resources, including previous presentations, the ACPA Advisor Manual, and other helpful information, click here.
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