Virtual Services

The Student Activities & Involvement staff services are available in BOTH virtual or in-person form Monday-Friday, 8:30am- 5pm, and can be reached via phone: 352-392-1671, or email at

Student Organization Advising

Our staff remains committed to helping you navigate the management of your student organization. Whether you are a leader or an advisor, we are here to assist.

Please leave a voicemail at 352-392-1671 or email and our team will reach out to set up a meeting time.

Individual Involvement Consultations

Finding community is vital to enhancing your student experience. The involvement Team is ready to assist you with that process. To start, take the Involvement Quiz to discover where your involvement interests lie. Once completed you can set-up a time for a personalized Zoom consultation with one of our Involvement Team Members.

ENGAGE Web Series

ENGAGE is an online webinar series presented by Student Activities & Involvement to provide a toolkit for student leaders and student organization advisors to gain skills and connect with campus resources on various topics of leadership and organization management.

ENGAGE with us to gain skills and connect with campus resources on various topics of leadership and organization management. Attendance at every session is not require.

Summer 2020 ENGAGE Sessions

  • May 13: What COVID-19 means for the Future of Student Organizations and Engagement. Event Details
  • May 20: Effective Leadership during a Pandemic and Beyond: How to lead remotely through resilience, failure, growth and success. Event Details, View Presentation 
  • May 27: Fundraising, Banking, and Exploring Non-profit Status: Tips for the Financial Success of your Student Organization. Event Details, View Presentation
  • June 3: Leading and Living Well: Wellness Management During a Stressful Time. Event Details
  • June 10: 3 Habits to THRIVE By: Discover what grub, nap time and play have in common and how to use these to live your best life. Event Details
  • June 17: (Advisors only) Student Organization Advisor Training: Roles, functions, and responsibilities of being an advisor for a student org. Event Details
  • July 8: Virtual Programming, The New Frontier: How COVID-19 has impacted the future of programming and events on campus. Event Details ,View Minutes
  • July 15: Mindful Eating During Stressful Times. Event Details 
  • July 22: Real Talk. Event Details
  • July 29: Navigating Events and Meetings Through a Pandemic and Beyond. Event Details
  • August 5: Reducing Risk in Student Engagement. Event Details

Student Organizations

Student Activities & Involvement and the Involvement Team hosted 2020’s virtual GatorMania. A live panel of student organization leaders highlighted their involvement and answered students’ questions about engagement opportunities at the University of Florida.

Leadership Resources

Leading during times of adversity is never easy. To assist, The David and Wanda Brown Center for Leadership & Services has put together some resources to help you do just that. Our team is also available should you need to someone to talk to about that process.

NOW-December 31, 2020

As you respond to the pressures of the semester and the stresses that come with it, we must take the time to consider our Resilience and how it benefits you and the people around you. LeaderShape has developed this curriculum based on the latest research that shows how we can retrain our brains to respond differently to stressful situations. The BCLS is excited to offer this program to you all to help you be the best versions of yourself as a Gator and for the rest of your life! Once you register, you will have access to:

  • The three Resilience modules
  • A participant manual to work through as you view the modules
  • An evaluation to complete once you’ve participated in the modules

You will have until December 31, 2020, to complete all three modules.
The Resilience Modules consists of three one-hour modules that build on each other to help participants actualize their true potential. During the series, participants can expect to:

  • Begin to develop core values that build a foundation for practices that strengthen resilience
  • Learn about what causes contribute to the need for resilience
  • Learn to edit and disrupt our narratives in order to build confidence in ourselves and others
  • Identify resilience in our communities
  • Reflect on one’s own resilience and how we can co-create resilience within our communities

Register Now


Looking to stay engaged in service even from afar? Our team has put together a list of virtual/remote service opportunities. We will be updating the list as more resources are available so check back often.

Zoom Training

Looking to learn more about Zoom video conferencing? Use the links below to assist.