Student Organization Workshops

Advisor Workshop

Advising Student Organization: The good, bad and the ugly
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Lory Student Center 376

SLiCE brings registered student organization (RSO) advisors a session entirely about advising best practices for student organizations at CSU. The topics covered include:

  • benefits and challenges of advising
  • suggested advising roles and functions
  • student development theories specific to student organization advising
  • SLiCE’s advising spectrum depicting
  • DOs and DON’Ts of advising
  • University requirements for RSO advisors.

There will be ample opportunity to learn from other RSO advisors, as well as SLiCE professionals, and share different scenarios and best practices yourself, to gain a more holistic understanding of GOOD practice in contrast to the more BAD/UGLY practices of being a RSO advisor.  This workshop is part of TiLT’s Professional Development Institute (PDI).


Student Organization Workshop

New Year (for your RSO), New You (as a Leader)!
Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Student Organization Center – Lory Student Center 140
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Lory Student Center 312

Join SLiCE for our popular RSO Workshop – “New Year (for your RSO), New You (as a Leader)!” geared toward RSO student officers and advisors reflecting on this last fall semester and identifying new goals for the spring semester.  In this workshop, you will have the chance to explore what is working and what is not working within the organization, and how you can you make change within yourself and encourage growth in others to make for better circumstances all around.   This workshop is geared to help you feel more confident in your leadership role, learn how to better advocate for yourself, and enhance your ability to perform different skills and/or increase your willingness to perform particular tasks.  If you are in need of keeping members motivated, or increasing participation throughout the organization, this workshop is for you.  By the end of the hour, you will have some “New Year’s Resolutions” to pursue as the fall semester ends and the spring semester begins!