By offering a variety of events, programs and services, Student Leadership & Involvement at the University of Utah incites students to action, encourages engagement in campus and community service, and provide opportunities that enrich and support personal and academic growth and development, which culminates in a lifelong commitment to effective leadership.
Student Leadership & Involvement provides many leadership opportunities at the University of Utah. Our student leadership programs include ASUU (student government), ULEAD Leadership programs, Leadership Studies Minor, NSLS and student organizations.
Getting involved is easy. Want to be a part of student government? Get involved with ASUU. Have a passion or hobby? Join one of more than 600 Recognized Student Organizations by logging onto OrgSync! Or start your own student organization! Check out PlazaFest, the largest tabling event for student orgs at the U, during both the Fall and Spring semesters! OrgSync brings on-campus events and student organizations all onto one exciting platform. If you need help finding the right fit, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Leadership Conference
The Student Leadership Conference (previously known as Learning to Lead) is intended to help emerging and experienced student leaders to better understand leadership and build practical and applicable leadership skills. Students who attend the conference will leave with an increased appreciation for leadership development, a broadened awareness of leadership opportunities on campus, and the inspiration to create positive change on campus or in the community.
Leadership Studies Minor
The minor in Leadership Studies utilizes expertise and courses throughout the university community in an effort to provide students with a variety of opportunities to explore leadership philosophies, theories, case examples, and practices. Find out more here.
The National Society of Leadership and Success
The Society is the nation's largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential. Candidacy is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction. With 538 chapters, the Society currently has 604,043 members nationwide. Find out more here.