Student groups large and small face a similar set of challenges: recruiting new members, keeping current members engaged, planning successful events, and more. But depending on a group's size, the strategies used to solve those problems can vary dramatically. Nolan Chao, a second-year student at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business, thinks about these questions from multiple angles.Read More
For some of your events, cancellations are not an option. You have invested a lot into your event. Your team has organized the venue, facilities, AV needs, supplies, food, drinks, scheduling, invitations, flyers and other promotional materials. You've locked down a VIP speaker, great event sponsors and wonderful giveaways.
And, naturally, you have asked that students RSVP responsibly with the firm intention to attend.
Good news: We have created an option to prevent cancelation for specific Registration Options in your events.Read More
While a Student Affairs office may be a common sight on campuses everywhere, no two institutions are truly the same. Every campus operates its own way, with its own goals and procedures governing how student life functions. That's why it can be so challenging to find the right software platform to support a Student Affairs office; it's difficult to find the perfect solution for a one-of-a-kind set of needs.Read More
Pre-departure tips for an epic adventure
Are you planning to study abroad? Being immersed in an entirely new culture is not only a life-changing experience, but could very well become the most exciting and rewarding semester of your college experience!Read More
Some students find especially creative ways to bring career training and opportunities to campus. Jesse Delan, a second-year student at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, was inspired to introduce a different kind of organization to Kellogg's student community, one that could serve as a useful complement to existing professional groups.Read More
Stress Less for Success
We've all been there. Finals week is by far the most stressful time on campus. And no one has a better eye for recognizing and responding to students in distress than the folks in Student Affairs. Fortunately, many creative SA professionals have come up with fun and clever ideas to help their harried students to destress and release some tension through rewarding and engaging activities.Read More
How do you make thousands of graduate students feel like a unified organization? What if those students are spread out across different countries around the world? How do you keep everyone engaged and involved in the group's collective mission?
These are some of the questions facing Yessenia Gonzalez, Vice President of the Student Organization Board at USC's Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work.Read More