As a support system for a student organization, the advisor plays an integral role in its success by serving as an educator, coach, supporter, and mentor to the organization’s executive board and membership. This experience also provides an opportunity for students to interact with an eligible advisor outside of a classroom setting around a shared interest which continues to advance our students education and application of skill sets.
In order to serve as a student organization advisor, individuals must meet the following criteria:
Please Note: Graduate assistants, teaching assistants, OPS staff, some adjunct professors, non-professional staff, post-doctoral associates or fellows, courtesy appointments, and affiliates may not be eligible to serve as the primary advisor for a student organization.
Each student organization has its own identity, is unique, and contributes to the university community in a variety of ways. As an organization advisor, your role is to guide, challenge, and support the students involved in their quest for innovation and advancement of our university community.
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