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four ways to get involved with students united as a student


one.

BE A VOLUNTEER

Interested in volunteering for Students United? We have various issue campaigns that students can get involved with, such as sexual violence prevention or college affordability. Sign up to be a volunteer here

two.

BE A DELEGATE

Still want to do more? Students United hosts three Delegate Assemblies, which all seven universities attend. Check our calendar to see if one of our assemblies are coming up and contact the Board of Director of your campus here.

three.

ADVOcate 

Each year, Students United brings a group of students from each of the seven universities to the capitol to advocate for student issues with their state legislators. This only scratches the surface of all the advocacy work Students United does. Check out more here

four.

join the COMMITTEE

Each of the seven universities has its own campus committee. Joining the campus committee and working on the issue campaigns alongside fellow students is a great way to make a difference. Learn how to contact your university's committee here.


 

issue campaigns

 

Each spring, during a state-wide Delegates Assembly, students take exciting and bold action to prioritize the work of our organization. Every year, Students United student leaders utilize a document called, the Student Platform to guide organizing work on campuses. However, this is a lengthy and comprehensive document, so students decided to make sure Students United leadership focused on particular issues that are viewed as most pressing. These are the three issue campaigns for the 2017-2018 year, please check back to see how these issue campaigns develop!

 

Past Issue Campaigns

2015 - 2016

Mental Health Awareness

Sexual Violence Prevention

Inclusion and Diversity

Textbook Affordability 

2016 - 2017

Retention

College Affordability

Sexual Violence Prevention

Voter Outreach