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. And to that end, Students United is excited to announce the creation of four issue campaigns for this academic year. The four issue campaigns chosen are listed below. Click on each of the links to learn more about each one!


how to get involved


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.


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


Subscribe here and keep up with our newsletters, legislative actions alerts and more! Also, sign up to volunteer on particular issues that you care about most.


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.


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

Check out our Bulletin for other job and internship opportunities. 


Laura Garlow (left) and Mai Xee Vang (right) two winners of Penny scholarships


Students United offers six different scholarship/fellowship opportunities. If you are a student at one of the seven state universities we urge you to look through these scholarships

Become a Mentee

Students United believes students will benefit from a mentor experience. As a mentee, we hope you will be able to:

  • Build a professional network
  • Develop and enhance professional communication skills
  • Connect academics and career, and acquire advice on experiences and courses that would be of greatest benefit
  • Explore new ideas and areas of interest
  • Gain exposure to career options, advice, and job search tips

If you are interested or want more information please contact our Director of Programs and Alumni Outreach Carlee Diggins.