Leadership Programs

As a hub for co-curricular leadership development programs, the Division for Student Affair's Student Life team supports the leadership development of students through a variety of programs, initia

Student Organization Requirement

As part of training, student organizations must send representatives to, and complete a short assessment for, a total of five (5) different sessions to be eligible for re-registration in March 2019. Failure to meet this requirement will result in loss of privileges, such as recognition status.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

What is the requirement for student organizations in 2018-2019?

Student organizations must send representatives to, and complete a short assessment for, a total of 5 different sessions before re-registration ends on March 22, 2019 at 9am. One of the five required ELS sessions MUST be a Title IX session. Title IX sessions will be clearly designated as such in the title of the event, and they are offered throughout the semester. You may also request a Title IX training from an approved off-campus organization as designated in the Title IX ELS Education Guidebook. NOTE: the last date to attend an ELS session for credit towards annual registration is March 21st.

Who can attend the sessions?

Anyone is welcome at the ELS sessions. For an organization to gain credit for attending, the representative must be an active member of the organization (listed as a member in the OrgSync portal) and complete the online assessment form after the session.

Where do I find the assessment form?

The assessment form will be e-mailed to you after you attend a session. If you have not received the email containing your ELS assessment within 7 days of a session you attended, please contact [email protected] 

Can our organization send more than one representative to one session?

Yes, but the session will NOT count separately for each representative who completes the assessment.

Can our organization sends representatives to different instances of the same session?

Yes, but the session will NOT count separately for each representative who completes the assessment. Many sessions are offered multiple times, but the organization can receive credit for that session only once.

Can I represent more than one organization at a single session?

Yes, an individual can represent up to 3 organizations at one session. Please list these organizations on your assessment so all organizations can gain credit.

Can I attend more sessions beyond the requirement?

Yes, this is encouraged!

How do I find out how many sessions my organization has attended and completed the assessment for?

Check the Student Org Progress page or ask your staff advisor. Find your organization's staff advisor's name and contact information on your organization's Engage profile.

 

When in doubt, please contact [email protected]!

Check Your Org's ELS Progress

Student organizations can find their Excellence in Leadership Seminar (ELS) progress in the chart below. Please note that ELS credit is recorded and updated on the website every Friday in the Spring 2020 academic semester, so if you suspect an unaccounted for ELS credit for your org, that may be the explanation. Please contact [email protected] with any questions or concerns you may have regarding ELS or other student organization matters. 

LAST UPDATED: 2/14/2020

2019-2020 ELS Progress: