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  • CAMPUS CLOSED November 23-27 in recognition of Thanksgiving and professional development of our employees with an emphasis on mental health and work/life balance. Campus remote operations will resume on November 30th.

     

Student Engagement and Leadership

To inspire our students to create, lead, serve, and experience more by connecting them to each other through co-curricular learning opportunities.

Stay up-to-date on what's happening on campus:

  1. Packlink is the platform for staying in touch with your student organization and finding out about events on campus.
  2. OnCampusText is our FREE texting service that you can sign up for just by texting the keyword "CSUP" to the number "76626". After you sign up you will receive text messages informing you about FREE events that we have on campus, as well as other ways to get involved. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Cultivate a sense of self-awareness through identifying a leadership vision, mission, style, and values.
  • Demonstrate communication skills and the ability to interrelate with others.
  • Recognize a variety of leadership theories and models.
  • Enhance awareness and commitment towards effective citizenship and social responsibility.
  • Engage in leadership and relationship-building skills and apply them to strengthen organizations and communities at CSU Pueblo and beyond.

Leadership

Student Engagement and Leadership is committed to providing students with co-curricular learning and leadership development opportunities.

One of the ways we achieve this is through leadership programs. Leadership Programs provide a wide array of opportunities for students to gain and grow their leadership skills.

Student Engagement and Leadership currently offers the following leadership opportunities:

Fraternity & Sorority Life

Fraternity & Sorority Life is committed to working with students through their fraternal experience to build a community where students can have a positive collegiate experience. The leadership opportunities provided by membership in fraternal organizations are endless and will be an impactful part of a student’s life during their undergraduate career.

Student Organizations

Student organizations play an integral role in the educational and social life on campus at CSU Pueblo. Recognized student organizations demonstrate a close affiliation with the university and share a common vision in the promotion of extra-curricular and co-curricular missions of the university. There are several categories of student organizations, including academic, cultural, honor, specific interest, athletic, and more.

Activate Your NetID

After December 18th, 2020, all students and employees will start using a new electronic ID called NetID to access Blackboard, email, computers, Kuali, and more. Activate your NetID today!

Student Instructions

Student Engagement and Leadership

Staff

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