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Advising Student Organizations: The Basics

There are more than 150 student organizations recognized by the Student Association on our campus. Each of those organizations is required to have a faculty/staff member as their advisor. While the role of advisor is voluntary, it is one that is very meaningful to the success of a student organization and the relationship between professionals and students outside of the classroom. There are varying levels of involvement on the part of advisor depending on the needs and wants of each organization. This workshop  will be useful to current and potential student organization advisors who would like to learn more about: 

• The general responsibilities of a student organization advisor
• What FSU4U is
• Common campus and Student Association policies

Upon completion, participants will be able to: • Explain the types of clubs recognized by the Student Association. • Recognize what student clubs must complete in order to use campus facilities, post advertisements, or seek funds for activities or events. • Identify campus departments that can assist student organizations or advisors with programming or problems. • Acknowledge what responsibilities the advisor has to the student organization.

Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: PDC Conference Area
Building: 1st floor, Reed Library
Presenter: Erin Mroczka
Categories: PDC Associates Series
Registration: Registration has closed.
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