Purpose: The purpose of the Campus Life Ambassador (CLA) program is to engage student leaders in the mission of the Student Activities Center. Among other responsibilities, CLA's support front desk operations and departmental events (e.g., Mean Green Fling, Homecoming), represent Student Activities in presentations and marketing efforts, assist student organizations with registration and event planning, and advise students on opportunities for involvement on campus.
Expectations and Responsibilities:
Office duties, which include answering phones, processing paper work, assisting with student questions and office assessment
Outreach and programming, which include speaking/consulting at student organization meetings and working at Student Activities’ programs and events (e.g., Homecoming, Mean Green Fling, EarthFest, etc.)
CLA’s do work when the University is open but classes are out (e.g., winter break, spring break, etc.)
CLA’s need to be flexible with their class schedule and willing to switch class sections (if more than one is available and open) in case Student Activities needs office coverage at a certain time
CLA’s will work an average of 15-20 hours per week in the office, plus additional hours for special events and projects from time to time (including but not limited to, Mean Green Fling, Homecoming Week, etc.)
The CLA position begins in mid-May 2014 and is a year-long commitment
Attend all trainings, including a two day-long training days in mid-May
Qualifications for Campus Life Ambassadors:
Maintain a 2.5 cumulative and semester GPA and be in good academic and disciplinary standing at UNT
Previous student organization/group officer/leader experience is required (e.g., student organization officer, executive board member, planning committee member, leadership role in student group)
Have a genuine interest in leadership and demonstrate leadership potential
Demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills, including presentation skills
Demonstrate strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Be able to work well as an individual and in a team
Demonstrate strong customer service skills
Benefits of the Campus Life Ambassador program:
Enhances leadership, communication, planning, and presentations skills
Opportunity to meet, interact and network with members of the University of North Texas community
Submit OrgSync online application with resume, schedule of anticipated Fall 2014 classes and other commitments (e.g., extracurricular, work), and a letter of recommendation by March 24, 2014
Applicants must also submit an online application through UNT's Eagle Network, position #102203 (if eligible for College Work-Study) or position #102202 (if NOT eligible for College Work-Study), by March 24, 2014.
See the Eagle Network posting for details about the position, including pay rate and hours
Interviews will take place the week of April 7
Notification of selection will be made by April 24
For questions related to the Campus Life Ambassador program or application process, contact Tracy Frier at email@example.com or 940.565.3807.
Form to request a presentation from the Student Activities Center. Requests should be made at least 10 business days prior to the desired presentation date; otherwise, it may not be able to be fulfilled.
Are you a faculty or staff member looking for ways to be involved with UNT students? How about serving as an advisor to a Student Organization? You must be a full-time UNT faculty or staff member to serve in this capacity.
If you are a student looking to get involved at UNT, please complete the Involvement Advising Appointment Request form... not this form.
If you have any questions, please contact Student Activities at 940-565-5807 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting involved on campus is a great way for you to have a one-of-a-kind Mean Green experience, and Student Activities is here to help you create that experience, via a peer-to-peer service called Involvement Advising. The goal of Involvement Advising is to help you find a campus event, group, organization, and/or department, where you can connect with other students who have similar interests and find your fit here at UNT. During an Involvement Advising appointment, you'll meet with a Campus Life Ambassador. The CLA team is a group of 6 highly-involved students who will help you create a tailored list of opportunities.
With the move to using UNT credentials to be able to log into OrgSync, those not affiliated with UNT will no longer be able to access OrgSync. There may be a solution to this, but first, we would like to see how many people this affects. Please complete this form if you DO NOT have an EUID and would like to continue having access to OrgSync. If you do have an EUID, please follow the directions in the email that was sent to you.
This form is for select UNT staff to assist with Division of Student Affairs mock interviews on Monday, February 24.
We would need you to arrive by 10:50am (Rec Center 205), and we should be done by 12:10pm. This will allow each GA to have 2, 30-minute interviews. Interviews will start at 11am and 11:30am. If you are able to stick around for at least a few minutes after that to provide general feedback, that would be great.
Org Fair/Table Sign Up Forms
2014 University Day Table and Flag Parade Participant Sign Up
Come join the campus as we celebrate University Day and the spirit of UNT with lots of games, prizes, food, and more!
The first University Day celebration was held in 1961, when North Texas State College became North Texas State University, and has continued each spring. The event celebrating the day that UNT became a university has expanded to honor the university's history and the important role that faculty and staff have in shaping the university.
There are two opportunities for registered student organizations and university departments to participate on University Day 2014, being held on Friday, April 11:
Host an organizational/departmental table during the event, from 11:30am-1:30pm
Participate in the Flag Parade prior to the event, from 11:00am-11:30am
Sign ups close at 5pm on March 31, or as soon as tables fill up, whichever happens first.
If you are interested in volunteering to work at the event, another form will be posted soon.