Office space for recognized student organizations is being provided so that the officers and members of an organization will have a place to transact business. Office and storage space allocation is conditional upon proper usage and care of the assigned office and/or storage space.
Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 11 for the following year’s allocation. The applications are reviewed by the Hoke Advisory Board. Upon request by either the student organization or the Hoke Advisory Board an organization may be asked to make a presentation to the Hoke Advisory Board about their request.
Allocation of space will be based upon, but not limited to:
• History of the organization and its relationship with the University
• Involvement of the organization in campus life
• The number of students the organization serves
• Past office history
• Whether other office space/storage space is available to the organization elsewhere
• The fiscal responsibility of the organization
• Whether office space is essential to carrying out the mission or purpose of the organization
The Hoke Advisory Board will recommend office allocation to the Director of Student Involvement. Written notification of allocation will be made within one month of the deadline for applications and mailed to the contact person. Appeals may be made to the Hoke Advisory Board within one week of notification.
All recognized and registered student organizations eligible for office space. Current office space holders must reapply each year.
The Center for Student Involvement would like to invite you to attend our Spring Student Activities and InvolvementFair (Club Fair) between 11 AM and 1 PM on April 9, 2014 in the Quad outside of Hoke. This Fair is open to all EOU clubs/organizations that would like to reach out to new and returning students on campus in order to promote events, recruit members, and start gearing up for spring elections of club and organization leaders!
We are also offering fun opportunity for clubs/organizations to promote themselves this Spring. Starting on Mon., Apr. 7 we will be challenging clubs and organizations to "Chalk the Walk." This event will allow you to create a sidewalk chalk design promoting your club/org and any upcoming events in an eye catching and novel way. We'd love to have you a part of this experience as we try to chalk the walk between Ackerman to Loso and Hoke to Badgley! You can sign up to register for the "Chalk the Walk" event when you register for the Fair.
If you have any questions, contact Devon Hill at email@example.com.
As spring term starts and flowers begin to bloom, there are many opportunities available for our campus community to give back. As part of the 7th Annual Leadership Confab, the Leadership Committee is partnering with EOU Grounds & Facilities to host the 3rd Annual Beautification Day on Wed., Apr. 9 from 2 to 5 p.m. The committee extends an invite to all faculty, staff and students to participate and assist with this event!
There will be multiple projects on campus ranging from planting trees or flowers, to helping with various landscaping projects to beautify our campus grounds. Our goal is to reach out to the campus community by giving back to Eastern Oregon University and to be a driving force in creating a culture of volunteerism. We encourage you to share this e-mail with others in hopes that individuals will consider signing up. If interested, individuals can sign up via OrgSync.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact the Center for Student Involvement at 541-962-3704 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
News contact: Laura Hancock | University Advancement
541-962-3585 | email@example.com
Source contact: Le Alexander | Interim Director, Student Involvement
541-962-3714 | firstname.lastname@example.org
March 31, 2014
LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) - Self-discovery and learning to take initiative are integral to the college experience. So is having fun, and EOU’s Student Leadership Confab is promoting an amalgam of all three this year.
Set for Saturday, April 12 at the Gilbert Center, the confab encourages participants to be themselves with workshops and sessions all focused on the theme “Break Out of Your Shell.”
“We’re helping students develop as leaders and transition their skills to both academic and co-curricular activities,” said Le Alexander, interim director of Student Involvement at EOU. “College is fun and so is leadership!”
Alexander said discussions are intended to challenge participants to consider how they can improve their work, and be innovative as students and professionals regardless of their field, expertise or interest.
A highlight will be keynote speaker Kristen Hadeed, a young entrepreneur and business owner from Florida. Hadeed speaks to colleges around the nation about factors that help determine a young person’s success in life: leadership, self-confidence and overcoming fear of failure.
Spurred on by a desire to purchase an expensive pair of jeans, Hadeed started a cleaning business to earn the money. That was in 2009 when she was a junior at the University of Florida. Today, her company Student Maid™ employs more than 400 college students during peak seasons.
“I’m really excited to hear Kristen speak,” said Devon Hill, a graduate student at EOU. “She’s so full of energy and her story fits perfectly with the theme of the confab.”
Hadeed emphasizes the importance of creating an organizational culture that motivates members and she’ll be sharing her enthusiasm with students all day.
Hill chairs the seven-member Student Leadership Committee responsible for organizing and facilitating the confab and approached Hadeed about speaking.
“We conducted a survey to help figure out what we want to hear and do, as students, for this event,” Hill said. “Every year I’ve been here [at EOU] I’ve gone and now I’m seeing a different side and it’s really fun to be involved with the planning.”
Hill also works alongside Alexander as the Student Involvement graduate coordinator. After she completes her master of science in teaching she plans to pursue a leadership career in higher education.
“These opportunities all help students develop and decide what they want to do in life,” Alexander said. “Giving them an idea they can run with and seeing it blossom…it’s moments like this that pinpoint what they’ve done and where they’re going next.”
The Alternative Spring Break Program, in conjunction with the National Society for Leadership & Success, the Center for Student Involvement and Eastern Oregon University, strives to provide the opportunities and resources necessary for students to gain a greater perspective on life outside the walls of the classroom. The Alternative Spring Break Program offers students a chance to give back to society in an active manner while allowing students a chance to self-reflect and mold one’s views of the world. By doing so, students will be able to bring back their experiences and further enrich the Eastern Oregon University campus and La Grande community through various manners.
Participants will be involved in an immersion program from March 23, 2012 through March 24, 2012. The program is associated with JOIN in Portland, which exists to support the efforts of homeless people to transition off streets and into permanent housing.
As a result of participating in the EOU Alternative Spring Break Program, students will learn to be active citizens as evidenced by their engagement in the program and their reflections. Students will also develop an appreciation for one’s own culture and an understanding of others through interactions with individuals with different economic statuses, background, etc. In addition, students will be present for a roundtable (as a group) at the 2012 Student Leadership Conference to express their knowledge and experiences gained during the Alternative Spring Break Program. The roundtable will highlight the experiences students had during the trip and illustrate the importance why others need to become involved with service learning projects.
An informational meeting will be held on Monday, January 30 at 5 p.m. in Hoke 201. Applications will be made available at the meeting or can be found at: orgsync.com/28428/files/191466/download
For more information, contact Le Alexander, assistant director for student involvement, at email@example.com or 541-962-3714.
The Oregon Student Association (OSA) will hold the 2012 Northwest Student Leadership Conference (NWSLC) Friday-Sunday, March 2-4, 2012 in Portland, OR. The NWSLC is dedicated to providing leadership training and programming opportunities to over 600 students from colleges and universities around the Northwest region. With nearly 100 workshops in areas including group dynamics, communication skills, decision making and ethical leadership, participants will be gaining knowledge that is applicable to their college careers, as well as information they can utilize within each of their designated communities after graduation.
EOU will be selecting individuals to attend this conference and encourages participation. Students interested in being selected should provide all requested information within the application available on OrgSync at: orgsync.com/21911/forms/show/43969.
For more information contact Le Alexander, Assistant Director for Student Involvement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-962-3714.
In an effort to continue promoting OrgSync and its benefits to our students, OrgSync has created a short interactive video to help us show students the importance of this social networking tool. Students are the catalyst that makes OrgSync a success on every campus and it's up to us to continue to promote networking and making connections with all students in any capacity.
As students find themselves busy in everyday activities, OrgSync is a great tool for them to engage and become more active in student involvement via the internet. While schedules conflict, students have the opportunity to check in, see what's happening and communicate with others at the touch of a button as well as many other great benefits!
In an effort to increase student involvement and engagement, the Center for Student Involvement encourages you to share this video (vimeo.com/34485479) with your students and peers to help spread the word about OrgSync across the campus of Eastern Oregon University.
For more information about OrgSync, please contact Le Alexander, assistant director for student involvement, at email@example.com or 541-962-3714.
We would like to extend an invitation for you to participate in our upcoming Preview Day on February 12, 2011. Your presence at our annual Preview Days plays an important role in the overall first impression and possible opportunities that exist for potential students at Eastern Oregon University.
If you're available and interested in showcasing your club/organization, please contact Luis Renteria at firstname.lastname@example.org or 541-962-3491 no later than Tuesday, February 8th by 3pm.
8:45am - 9:30 EOU Clubs/Organizations showcase Tables are provided, however you will need to provide your own sign and materials to entice the interest of our prospective students.
For questions, please contact Luis Renteria, Senior Admissions Counselor and Preview Day Coordinator at email@example.com or 541-962-3491.
Your help in making our Preview Days a success is greatly appreciated and we look forward to your attendance as we continue to recruit and invite potential students to our campus!
Hey girls of EOU, the student health center is offering free hpv vaccines! Why you ask? HPV is the most common transmitted virus in the US. If you have paid the health fee than call 5419623524 right away to make an appointment!
Hey everyone. Hope your holiday break was amazing. The new Leadership Resource Zone is now open in Hoke 321 for clubs to use! Please stop by Sun-Thurs 5pm until 10pm. The staff is friendly and there are computers for use! Hold a meeting, or just hang out with club members!