If you’re looking for an opportunity to get involved, make a difference, meet new people, and grow as a person, then you’ve come to the right place! One of the major reasons people get involved in student organizations is to develop their leadership skills.
The Office of Student Activities provides opportunities for students to develop their leadership skills through experiential learning, peer mentoring, formal classroom study, and off-campus and on-campus leadership conferences.
The Office of Student Activities serves as a resource for students and student organizations who are interested in expanding their leadership skills, addressing specific organizational issues, and assists in general leadership guidance and growth. The Student Leadership Center is also an excellent resource for students hoping to build their leadership skills.
Take some time to explore our pages and find the type of involvement that’s right for you. Our goal is to help better prepare you for life after college while ensuring that your life during college is both fun and meaningful!
Leadership NOW! is a free, one-day conference for UTSA students. The conference focuses on developing leadership skills, providing an open dialogue to address tough issues that leaders face, and offering a diverse spectrum of workshops centered around the theme Finding Your Voice. Sharing Your Vision. Leadership NOW! is typically hosted in the Spring semester.
The Speakers' Bureau is designed to help students, faculty and staff find qualified speakers on a variety of subjects. The Speakers' Bureau provides a list of topics which UTSA faculty, staff and alumni are present free of charge.
Leader Tips are quick references available on-line for students and student organizations. Topics include how to write minutes, team building, brainstorming, etc..
The Leadership Library is a growing collection of books, workbooks, newsletters, journals, and video and audio tapes on a wide variety of leadership and personal development topics. The library is open to all students, faculty, and staff. Resources are available on such topics as icebreakers and team builders, diversity awareness, AIDS/HIV, and stress management.
Presentations by other Departments
Many campus departments offer programming for student organizations and their members. Below is a listing of those departments that may be able to assist you in reaching your goals.
University Career Center
UTSA Police Department: Crime Prevention
Student Health Services
Office of Equal Opportunity Services
Student Conduct and Community Standards
Tomás Rivera Center
Student Center for Community Engagement and Inclusion
Financial Aid and Enrollment Services