Club Newsletter

April 2016

OrgSync Training Opportunity TOMORROW!

As announced in the March Club Newsletter, the Center for Student Involvement is gearing up for our spring launch of OrgSync! With annual Club Recognition swiftly approaching later this May, we will be hosting a series of workshops this quarter to help you navigate through the new club registration process. Your first opportunity to learn more about OrgSync is TOMORROW, Tuesday, April 5th!

Student Club Leader Training

Tuesday, April 5 | 1:00-2:30pm | Wyckoff Auditorium

OrgSync consultant, Wes McCormack, will be visiting campus to train clubs leaders on how to best utilize OrgSync to manage club members and communications, publicize meetings and events, store important shared documents and records, share photos and videos, and more! You are encouraged to stay for the entire training event, however if you need to slip out early for class etc. please feel free to do so.

Quadstock Club Tabling Application

Are you the leader of a Seattle University Club or Organization? Are you looking for a way to reach a large number of Seattle University students? Do you want the opportunity to have your club represented at the biggest on campus event of the year? Partner with SEAC (Student Events and Activities Council) during Quadstock 2016!

Complete the Quadstock Club Tabling Application for the chance to be present on the Union Green for the morning part of Quadstock on May 21, 2016. Spaces are limited, so please read and follow the application guidelines completely and fully. Clubs and organizations will be selected based on the application.

Application must be completed and turned into the front desk of Student Center 350 by 7:00pm on April 20th.

Questions? Contact Marley Bredehoeft at

Special Academic Course Offerings

PUBA 2020 Citizenship and Society

Monday, Wednesday from 3:40pm to 5:45pm

How is government structured and how does it function? This class will provide an overview of the practice of public and nonprofit administration, including current and future issues and basic concepts.

PUBA 2150 Intro to the Nonprofit Sector

Tuesday, Thursday from 3:45pm to 5:50pm

The nonprofit sector plays a vital role in American society to address public service needs that neither business nor government are prepared to fulfill. Over the past decade, the nonprofit sector has grown in size, sophistication, impact, and influence.

Thanks for reading!

If you have any questions or would like to feature an announcement or event on the next Club Newsletter, please feel free to connect with me via email or visit me in the office!

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Kirsten Aranas

Graduate Coordinator, Club Support

Center for Student Involvement