Newsline, January 27, 2016
- Display all your club's photos in the new photo gallery application.
- Use the new calendar feature to list events and meetings for your members and anyone who visits your webpage. Students can also subscribe to your calendar so that your events show up on their personal calendar within the student organization database, which can be found under "My Stuorg," and then "Calendar."
- Once you create your event on the calendar, you can have event attendees check in with a prox card or card swipe reader that collects participant names in a database within your website. You can then pull an attendance report at any time.
- Manage your subscribers! Students, faculty, staff and anyone with an account can subscribe to your organization to get announcements in addition to the information on your calendar. Be sure to visit the "Manage Subscribers" page to see who's subscribing to your organization, and invite others to subscribe. Once you have a list, you can create and send announcements to those subscribers within the site.
Registration Now Open!
Friday, Februrary 20, 6-9pm | Saturday, February 21, 9am-4pm
The Social Justice Summit is a day-and-a-half on-campus workshop that will give you the chance to learn more about the identities we carry, discuss how people experience the world differently, and create steps to address social systems of power, privilege, and oppression. Register for free today!
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Resources and Opportunities
If you are planning an event, and if that event includes guests, members of other organizations, is open to the Iowa State Community, or individuals from other universities, you need to have your event authorized. Review the event authorization system training in the student organization database. Once you pass the quiz then email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the system. Fill out an Online Event Authorization Form and submit it online at least ten class days prior to the date of the event. Your event may require more time to be authorized depending on the details of your program, so please start this process as soon as you begin planning.
Have other questions? Check out the Event Authorization FAQ page first, and if you have additional questions, please email email@example.com.
Learn more about how you can earn 25% of revenue earned while your participants have a blast bowling and playing billiards!
Coke products are available for free for registered student organizations to use for events. A limited amount of product is available per year. Donations are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn more!
This unique location set in the woods is the perfect spot for your club's all-day retreats or long meetings (reservations must be a minimum of three hours long). There's no cost to student orgs as long as guidelines are observed. The Lodge has been recently renovated and includes amenities like a projector and screen, WiFi, fridge, microwave and kitchen sink, AC and bathrooms, and is set up like a large meeting room with 7 rolling tables and 42 chairs. Reservations can be made online. You should definitely check this place out!
Contact the LSC to schedule a consultant to come to your next meeting and facilitate a workshop! Topics include icebreakers, team builders, event planning, effective communication, membership retention, goal setting, fundraising, and volunteer and service opportunities.