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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get involved?

We have 23 members of the USUSA Student Government. These members have their own councils or committees, which work directly under them. To get information about getting involved in these councils and committees, contact the Student Involvement and Leadership Center (SILC) and come to Aggie BLUE!!

What service opportunities are available through the Val R. Christensen Service Center?

One-time service opportunities and eighteen service programs including Habitat for Humanity, Spanish Ambassadors, Special Olympics, and Friends of the Elderly are available through the service center. To obtain information on and sign up for opportunities, please visit the service center web site or drop by TSC 332.

Is there a list of clubs and organizations?

A list of all of the clubs and organizations on campus is available online. Just click here to see the online list of Clubs & Organizations.

What resources are available in the Leadership Exploration Resource Center?

The Leadership Exploration Resource Center offers over 1400 books and handouts - a great resource to plan a retreat or to find a new book to read. The center offers material on a variety of topics including teamwork, interpersonal relations, communication, diversity, and leadership principles. These items can be checked out by any student through the front office.