Student Organization Advisor Training
All student organization advisors are encouraged to join Student Involvement staff for Student Organization Advisor Training. This training will provide information and resources that will help you be successful in providing effective guidance to the student organization that you support. It will also be an opportunity to ask our staff questions specific to your advising needs and goals, and swap best practices with fellow advisors. Trainings are being offered through WebEx:
More live training dates will be announced soon. In the meantime, check out these opportunities to review information provided in the trainings:
RECORDED PRESENTATION (May 15, 2020)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions regarding advisor training.
General Information About Student Organization Advisors
Advisors are critical to the success of a student organization. An active and involved advisor can help shape a student leader and the course of a student organization. This is mutually beneficial for both the students and the advisor. Some benefits include:
- Engaging outside of the classroom
- Sharing common interests
- Continuity of the group as members leave/graduate
- Encouragement, support, and guidance to help students make decisions
All student organizations are encouraged to have an on-campus faculty/staff advisor. To help better understand your role and responsibility as a student organization advisor, please download and read the following:
Additionally, the Student Organizations Handbook is an excellent resource for advisors. The Student Organizations team is also here to help. Please contact us if you have questions, need clarification, or want more information about student organization advising.
Thank you for taking the time to invest in our students as a student organization advisor. We appreciate your efforts.
Advisor Matching Process
Click here to be matched with an advisor for your student org!
Click here to be matched with a student organization!
In addition to the on-campus faculty/staff advisor, groups may choose to also have up to two "Affiliate Advisors". Affiliated advisors usually come from the local community and are seen as an added resource for an organization. All the information and responsibilities listed above apply to affiliated advisors.
To become an affiliated advisor:
Download and complete the registration form and submit a copy of a government issed ID.
After the registration form is turned in, download and follow the instructions to complete the background check (if applying for the fist time)
After all paperwork is complete, the Student Organizations Program Coordinator will assist affiliate advisors with getting access to UNCC resources
*The registration process is a rolling process and open all year.
NOTE: All affiliate advisors must re-apply and complete the "Affiliate Advisor Application" each year by the second Friday in September. The background check will be completed with the initial application.