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Getting Involved @ SDSU
Transcript of Getting Involved @ SDSU
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FIND YOUR SPACE
STUDENT BODY GOVERNMENT!
First-Year Student Activities…
There’s a lot going on when you arrive on campus:
Are 2 to 4 times more likely to graduate on time
Have higher GPA's
Are more attractive to employers & graduate schools
Enjoy their college experience & make long-lasting friendships
Develop valuable leadership & interpersonal skills
Presented by: Student Life & Leadership
Students who are on campus:
Service & Support
National Pan-Hellenic Council
Culturally-Based Fraternities and Sororities (18)
Lifelong Brotherhood and Sisterhood Connections
Social and Recreational Involvement
Membership in Greek organizations offers many opportunities:
General Fraternities (12)
General Sororities (8)
Historically African American Fraternities and Sororities (4)
United Sorority and Fraternity Council
Create a set of bylaws!
Fill out the online RSO application!
Find a faculty/staff member
to serve as your Advisor!
It takes 5 SDSU students
to start a new club!
Complete the Officer & Advisor Online Orientation!
Start Your Own Student Organization
Want to start your own Student Organization?
Student organizations are a great way to get involved in the SDSU community!
Last year we had over student organizations on campus!
Student Organizations are responsible for a majority of the programs held on campus including:
Cultural & Social Events
We offer a bylaw template on our website to help you get started.
Have an interest or a hobby or want
to start a club on campus?
How great would it be to list that you are the “President” of a student organization on your resume?
It’s easy to do!
Great talking point at interviews!
New Student & Family Convocation
Aztec Football Games
Residence Hall Activities
Joining, or starting, a student organization
Student Involvement Expos
Get Involved in
Get Involved in
Fun & entertaining on-campus activities
Fun social events for all SDSU students
Late night weekend activities from 9pm-2am
Get Involved in
Get Involved in
SDSU Students admitted FREE to all Aztec home athletic events with valid Red ID.
Football & Men's Basketball tickets can be picked up in advance at the Viejas Arena Box Office.
SDSU students may also purchase discounted tickets for guests.
Basketball, Golf, Soccer, Tennis, Crew, Cross Country, Softball, Swimming & Diving, Track, Volleyball, Water Polo
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Soccer, Tennis
RECREATION & INTRAMURAL SPORTS!
WHAT STEPS SHOULD YOU TAKE ?
Hold a leadership position in the group
Become a member
Show up to a meeting or activity
Aztec Women's Sports
Aztec Men's Sports
Instead of heading home when your classes end, get involved in the Intramural Sports Clubs program or workout at the ARC and meet new people.
Mission Bay Aquatic Center
Aztec Adventures (camping, hiking, skiing trips)
Rec classes (yoga, tennis, tai chi)
SDSU provides a wide array of leadership programs for all levels of student leaders:
Freshman Leadership Connection
Leadership Retreats (CORE/TEAM)
Leadership Classes & Workshops
Student Service Awards – “Quest for the Best”
Student Life & Leadership can help you:
Track your hours
Find a non-profit organization that fits your interests
Get involved with a local service project
Organize a service event with your friends or a student organization
Supporting our LGBTQ community
Events, workshops and a safe space
Student Body Government...
Associated Students (A.S.)
Board of Directors
Campus Life Council
Judicial Affairs Council
Offers resources and programs to inspire a
student-centered multicultural community:
Welcome Week Cultural Community Receptions
Heritage Month Celebrations
MLK/LGTB Pride Parades
Safe-Space for All Students
Cultural Competency Certificate Program
Please visit us in the Student Life & Leadership office, In the new Aztec Student Union, Room 210!
More Ways To
Residence Hall Programs, RA’s
Campus Religious/Spiritual Centers
International Student Center
Peer Health Educators
Student Alumni Association
Daily Aztec newspaper
Find your Space
Resources for students who don't live on campus
Place to study, relax and meet new friends