Student Organizations

Consultations, Engagement & Programming

Lead Fellows is here to assist your Student Organization by providing Consultations/Workshops and Programming.

Spring 2019 Events & Workshops

• Taco Talk (Programming): February 20th from 5-7 PM in MSC 1306
• Conflict Resolution: February 26th from 2-3:15 PM in MSC 1306
• Leadership Challenge: March 22nd
• Transitioning Officers: April 2nd from 12:30 to 1:45 PM in MSC 1306

Request a customized workshop or presentation for your student organization or group.

Student Organization Development Workshop Series
These workshops are designed to provide useful leadership knowledge, skills, and best practices to help student leaders take their organizations to the next level. Each workshop covers a different topic relevant to student organizations. Please search "Organization Development Workshop" on for more info and to RSVP!

Leadership Activities Bag and Binder

The Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement has an awesome resource for student leaders interested in facilitating activities for their organizations. Whether you are having a retreat or just looking to liven up your meetings, your student organization can click here to request to check out a binder full of nearly 100 activities—and a bag full of materials and supplies—to help your organization work on team-building, communication, problem solving, and more!

To have a Lead Fellow help you select the best activity for your group or even facilitate the activity for your group, please email Chelsea Carlos, Consultations Coordinator.

BullSync Trainings
BullSync is USF's main resource for involvement and activities. Knowing how to navigate BullSync will be crucial throughout your organizations' tenure at USF. These trainings will consist of a general BullSync overview, a special topic such as marketing or developing your organization profile, and open floor for general questions! Click here to request Lead Fellows to facilitate a BullSync Training for your organization.

CLCE Representatives
Request Lead Fellows to present on the CLCE in your class or meeting or to table at your program or event.


The Lead Fellows Programming Committee plans, executes, and assesses events and programs for student organization leaders and students interested in becoming involved in student organizations. The committee is responsible for the development, logistics, and promotion of all events and programs and works in collaboration with campus organizations and departments to ensure their success.