Student Org Chronicles The student org newsletter that shares important news, upcoming events and deadlines, and resources that are beneficial for org officers and members.

Student Org Events


For more info, visit our COVID-19 events page.

Upcoming Events/Deadlines

Student Org Spirit Week is Next Week!

Get ready for Org Spirit Week April 5th - 9th! There will be opportunities for your orgs to be featured on @UNTActivities social media and win co-sponsorships!

S.N.A.P Chats

Calling In vs Calling Out

This conversation series is for new and continuing leaders looking to discuss current topics impacting student leaders.

Join us April 7th at 1 pm for a conversation on Calling In vs Calling Out!

Apply for Student Org of the Month by April 15th for a chance to win $100 co-sponsorship! Form is located on OrgSync.

Student Org Leader Development (SOLD) Workshops

Passing the Torch: Officer Transitions
Officer Transition is a BIG DEAL! Is your organization looking to improve the transition process between this year's team and next year's? Incoming and outgoing officers are encouraged to join us Wednesday, April 14th at 2 pm to find out how to achieve a successful transition of leadership. Visit studentactivities.unt.edu/sold for Zoom meeting info.
Let's Talk: Verbal Communication as a Student Leader

Friday, April 16th at 1 pm

Getting your message across in a way that is clear and coherent is a critical skill in your professional and personal life. This workshop identifies the necessary ingredients of any conversation. Learn to be a better communicator by exploring the communication process and how different communication styles affect your personal style.

Visit studentactivities.unt.edu/sold for Zoom meeting info.


Is your student organization focused on sustainability and eco-friendly practices? We want to hear all about you and what you do for the Earth by sharing a video for EarthFest. This is a great opportunity to share some educational information with students so they can learn what it really means to be Mean Green. Sign up by Sunday, 4/11, at 11pm.

Make accessibility a priority when hosting virtual meetings and game nights so everyone can participate and enjoy! Check out CLEAR's webpage on Making Accessibility a Priority or some Quick Tips through UNT Online. Doing things such as providing captions on videos, alt text on pictures, or knowing how to make a PowerPoint accessible by using certain colors are a few of many things to make virtual events accessible. More tips and tricks can be found on our website.

Eagle's Nest

Did you know the SGA Eagle’s Nest Fund Grant provides project funding for student organizations to host virtual and on-campus projects that help boost a healthy campus culture and promote involvement in different student organizations? Visit the Eagle’s Nest Fund website for more details.

Get Featured!

Has your org already been featured for #FeaturedFriday? If not, share why other's should join your org, today!

We understand that orgs aren't able to table or promote what they are doing right now so we want to highlight our organizations for #featuredfriday #untstudentorgspotlight

Was your organization or a member recognized at the state, national, or international level? Have y'all won any awards, competitions, or tournaments in the 2020-2021 school year? Please let us know by filling out this form for a #featuredfriday #untstudentorgshoutout!

Campus News & Events

Apply to be a Campus Life Ambassador!

Join our team! Want to help other #UNT students get involved on campus? Join our team by applying to be a Campus Life Ambassador! In this PAID position you’ll use your knowledge of student orgs & campus involvement to encourage other students!

Apply by Sunday, April 18 at 11:45 studentactivities.unt.edu/application

Attention Grads

Are you graduating this spring and have gotten an interview, secured a job, been accepted to graduate school, etc.??

Post about it on the Get Hired, Grad, Kudoboard! A new career initiative focused on helping to get our students hired!


Need guidance on how to translate your student org leadership experience to your resume and/or interview?

Check out this recording from our Transferable Skills workshop!

Calling Participants

UNT wants to hear from YOU about your experiences to make UNT a more inclusive and caring community. As a follow up to the Campus Inclusion Climate Survey, focus groups will begin in the Spring of 2021 to address:

  • Perceptions of institutional support for diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Experiences with discrimination, harassment and bias

These focus groups would be a great way for your officers and members to get involved. Spring 2021 focus groups will be conducted for the following student (both undergraduate and graduate) and employee (both faculty and staff) groups:

  • African American/Black: men and women
  • Hispanic/Latinx: Foreign-born and US-born
  • White/Caucasian: men


Students who participate in the survey will receive a $20 Amazon e-gift card.

Voluntary participation involves attending a 60 to 90-minute focus group discussion regarding your perspectives on a Zoom meeting platform. Protocols will be used to protect anonymity.



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