Overview of the Summit Series

The Center for Student Involvement is excited about this series of trainings and workshops for student group leaders on campus called the Student Organization Summit Series.

The Student Organization Summit Series covers a variety of student group-related topics based on data collected at previous Student Involvement Fairs. Potential topics include:

  • Developing Leadership Skills
  • Networking with other Student Groups
  • Planning an Event
  • Managing Budgets
  • Navigating the many Policies and Procedures of the University
  • The very first Student Group Summit took place in November 2014, "Strategic Planning & Goal Setting." (Thank you to all the groups who attended the event!)

There will be 3 - 4 Summits throughout the school year. 

This semesters Summit Series includes:

  • February 9    4:30pm – 6:00pm   Room TBD         Marketing and Branding
  • March 9        4:30pm – 6:00pm   Room TBD          Successful Transition
  • April 6           4:30pm – 6:00pm   UMC 415 – 417   Career Preparedness

Please register for the workshop you would like to attend.

The Summits are primarily designed for Student Group Leaders, but groups can send any representatives they think will benefit from a particular topic.

Due to space limitations, each Summit is limited to a maximum of 2 representatives per group attending a session.

Bonus for Attending Summits: Groups with representatives at both of the Fall 2015 Student Organization Summits will automatically receive priority registration for the Spring 2016 Student Involvement Fair. (Subsequent Series will also provide incentives for student groups in regard to future Student Involvement Fairs.)

To Register for a Summit: Groups interested in attending will be able to register online at this site. We will announce when the next registration is active. When registering, organizations need to select if there will be one or two representatives at the event. Click here to register.

Questions about the Student Organization Summit Series or the first event in the series can be directed via email to involvement@colorado.edu or by calling 303-492-2327.