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
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
Our new Leadership Spotlight series features the most successful student group leaders from universities around the country. Get to know their outstanding organizations and see how CampusGroups is helping them make an impact on campus and beyond.
As a second-year Marketing Specialization student at NYU Stern, Jonathan Koo stays busy with a wide range of class assignments and professional pursuits. But as a group leader on campus, he's focused on mastering one skill in particular: public speaking.Read More
When it comes to decision-making, group leaders are utilizing surveys to collect information from campus communities. CampusGroups’ survey tools are a cost-effective way to collect information that can be used in meaningful ways. Let’s take a look at four ways students are using this handy tool.
They’re asking for feedback after an event.
How well-received was our annual Marketing Summit? How was the catering? Were the discussion topics interesting? How might we improve our next event?Read More
We are pleased to announce two upcoming webinars to learn more about maximizing top CampusGroups features. Take advantage of this month's free webinars! Sign up here:
- Discover the new Meeting Scheduler (Thu, Oct 19th, 2-3pm EST)
- Learn how to easily Track Attendance (Fri, Oct 20th, 2-3pm EST)
As always, we are available for complimentary one-on-one walkthrough sessions or private team demos.
When Groups Co-host an Event, Everyone Wins
Co-hosting events is a great way to introduce more potential members to student clubs, boost event attendance, share resources and save money. Collaboration between clubs means more allowances and organizational help and increased student engagement as students work together to create the best event possible.Read More