"Do not follow where the
path may lead.
Go instead where there is no path
and leave a trail."
-Harold R. McAlindon
The Student Activities office offers all students at Utica College the chance to learn more about themselves and how they can make an impact in their community by learning and developing basic leadership knowledge and skills to contribute to the overall education of the whole person. Leadership trainings are offered in a multitude of capacities.
Every fall semester, Student Senate sponsors a trip for campus leaders to Raquette Lake. Leaders apply to the Leadership Weekend Committee and are chosen based on community involvement and passion for the UC campus. To learn more about Leadership Weekend trip, click the link to the left.
Free workshops on different topics are offered and are open to anyone in the campus community. Please contact Bethany Piraino at email@example.com to request a workshop!
STUDENT ORG BOARD TRAINING
LEADERSHIP TRAINING CLASS
This 5-week leadership class is offered in the Spring semester specifically for those interested in becoming Orientation Mentors, Peer Tutor Counselors for the Summer Institute Program, and those interested in joining the Residential Hall Conduct Board (RHCB). Topics for class are Leadership Styles & Teambuilding, Ethics & Integrity, Conflict Resolution, Boundaries & Social Media, and Diversity.
Leadership at UCLocated in 103
Strebel Student Center
Get Involved!View the list of Recognized Clubs and Organizations at PioneerPlace.Utica.edu.
Request a Leadership Workshop for your organization.
Create your own Organization.
Attend events hosted by UCPB, Student Senate, Greek organizations, and other clubs.
Use common spaces like Pio Pub or Strebel Lounge to study, eat, pass time between classes, or hang out with friends.