Activities & Registered Campus Organizations

More than 300 organizations register with the Office of Student Life each year. These student, staff and faculty-run organizations are a cornerstone of community life at UC Santa Barbara.

To get involved, visit the Activities Web site at http://orgs.sa.ucsb.edu.

Getting Involved at UCSB

The programs hosted by the Leadership Development Center are just a few of hundreds of opportunities for involvement and leadership development at UCSB. In addition to participating in the programs that fit their development interests, student leaders are encouraged to seek out other departmental, campus and community leadership opportunities. Listed below are some of our most frequent recommendations.

 

Campus Leadership Collective

Student Affairs maintains a directory of student leadership positions on campus. Of course, no list can exhaust the opportunities for involvement and leadership! You are encouraged to contact departments and organizations of interest or the staff of the Leadership Development Center to locate leadership opportunities.

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Associated Students

A. S. is the undergraduate student government at UCSB. The tens of boards, committees and commissions address hundreds of campus issues every year. There's no doubt that you can find a place to express your voice in Associated Students!

www.as.ucsb.edu

Community Affairs Board

The Community Affairs Board (CAB) is an official board of the Associated Students comprised of active students who work to bring the campus and community together through service. If you are looking for community service opportunities, look no further! Sign up for CAB's Care Mail listserv, an excellent source of volunteer opportunities throughout the year!

www.as.ucsb.edu/cab

Leadership Education & Action Program

LEAP provides freshmen, from a wide range of backgrounds and with a variety of future goals, intensive leadership training and access to leadership opportunities. Freshmen apply during fall and twelve students are chosen based on their potential for development. LEAP is offered by the Office of First-Year Programs in conjunction with the Leadership Development Center.

http://leadership.sa.ucsb.edu/leap.html

Office of Student Life

Think of OSL as your one-stop shop! Its knowledgeable staff is always willing to help you and guide you to the appropriate campus resource. Student Life hosts a variety of student services including campus organization administration, community development, emergency assistance, first-year programs, Greek organization administration, leadership development, special events and more.

www.sa.ucsb.edu/osl

Activities Faire/Club Day

This event is the easiest way to learn about student organizations, meet members and get involved with the organizations that interest you. Hosted annually by the Office of Student Life.

http://orgs.sa.ucsb.edu

Activities/Campus Organizations

This web site will connect you with all of the information you need to join an established org, create a new org, and successfully lead and administer an org. Based on the tremendous success of UCSB's student organizations in past years, it is easy to say that these student organizations are truly capable of creating lasting change in our local and global communities. And with more than 300 organizations registered annually, it's also safe to say that UCSB is ripe with opportunities for co-curricular involvement in almost every area of interest imaginable!

http://orgs.sa.ucsb.edu