Student Affairs - Request Program

Departments within the Division of Student Affairs welcome the opportunity to engage members of the University Community in educational opportunities. The presentations listed below can be presented to students in lieu of faculty canceling class; presented to student organizations; or presented to University employees as part of employee development or departmental meetings.  All departments prefer two weeks’ notice so that we can tailor our presentations to meet the specific needs of your audience.

Professional Leadership and Campus Engagement

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Leadership Skill Development

  • Understanding Leadership: What it is and why is it important?
  • Time and Commitment Management Through Goal Setting
  • Effective Meeting Management For Small Group Projects or Student Organizations
  • The Five Exemplary Practices of Leadership
  • Turning Conflicts into Opportunities
  • The Cycle of Effective Communication: Sending your message so it can be understood and listening to understand

Safe Space/Ally Training

Career Opportunities and Employer Relations

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  • Resume & Cover Letters
  • Strength’s Quest
  • Power Introductions
  • 10 Easy Steps to Finding a Job
  • Interview S.T.A.R.
  • International Student Job Search Strategies
  • Conquer the Career Fair
  • How to Find a Job With a Low GPA
  • Marketing Your Student Leadership Skills
  • Job Offers: Negotiation & Navigation
  • Job Interview Research
  • Social Networking: Secret Super Power
  • Need Experience?
  • Networking for Career Success
  • Workplace Survival Guide


Counseling, Disability Support, and Student Wellness (CDSW)

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  • Alcohol & Other Drugs
  • Nutrition/Healthy Eating
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Self-management (motivation, time management)
  • Stress Management
  • Physical Activity & Fitness
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Sexual Health
  • Sexual Violence
  • Career Development