PULSE is a two-day leadership workshop that brings together sophomore students from a variety of roles on campus to learn about themselves and their leadership potential. Through participation in the program, students will be exposed to various concepts of leadership that will assist them in becoming more aware of themselves and the realization that leadership is an expression of self and a means of serving, inspiring and empowering others.
Where: Robert C. Khayat Law Center
When: January 20-21, 2017
Conference Registration Fee: $25 (includes conference materials and meals)
Upon participating in PULSE, students will successfully:
Identify and apply knowledge about their behavior style in leadership roles.
Understand there are many types of leadership
Appreciate the need to develop interpersonal skills in a leadership role (i.e. communication skills, relationship building, empathy, etc.)
Gain an understanding of how leadership applies in the real world
All nominations must be completed and submitted to the Office of the Dean of Students, located in Union 401, by November 11, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. For more information, contact Suzanne Helveston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 662- 915-2384 or Chelsea E. Sheridan at email@example.com or 662-915-7248.
Please note: We can not accept more than 200 students to attend this conference, therefore you are encouraged to complete your application early.
Greek and other student organizations which lease land from the University of Mississippi and plan to construct or renovate a facility on that land must submit plans/specifications prepared and stamped by a licensed Mississippi Architect and/or contractor where necessary in accordance with the Greek Housing Architectural Design Guidelines (GHADG). A complete set of the GHADG are available HERE.
This form is the first step in receiving approval from the Fraternity & Sorority Facilities Committee (FSFC) for any proposed construction, renovation or update projects taking place on land owned by the University of Mississippi. A project may not commence until written approval is provided by the FSFC. Once received by the University of Mississippi, the project will be logged-in and assigned a project number. The Greek organization will be notified that the project has been accepted into the system for review by receipt of it's project number.
If you have questions about this form please contact the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, Minor Hall - Living Learning Center, University, MS 38677
Registering an event through the Office of the Dean of Students requires the Registered Student Organization (RSO) to submit an Event Registration form through OrgSync. The registration process must be completed at least 15 business days prior to the event taking place. Upon submission of the event information, the advisor(s) of the organization will be notified of the scheduled event. The Student Organization Advisory Committee will consider exceptions, but exceptions will be made rarely.
RSOs must register an event if it meets any of the following criteria:
The event will be held outdoors.
Alcoholic beverages will be served.
The event will have amplified sound.
More than 100 guests are expected.
The event location is within a 50 mile radius of campus.
The event is open to off-campus guests.
Regardless of the event location, the RSO is responsible for all usage fees and any damages that might occur to the event facility. The sponsoring organization is also responsible for the cleanup of on-campus events. Failure to meet this requirement will result in charges for the cleanup of trash or damage to property.
RSOs are not required to register their regularly scheduled business meetings, even if they are held on-campus. Additionally, information tables or other table set-up events do not require registration.
Finally, RSOs are required to have read and understood University of Mississippi policies regarding event hosting. Events must adhere to University of Mississippi, state, local, and federal laws.
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In an effort to promote stronger partnerships and to be of assistance as you journey to Oxford, Mississippi we have developed this interactive form. In advance of your travels we ask that you complete this form providing us with valuable information so we can prepare for your arrival. Moreover, this form is intended to take our interaction to the next level and provide opportunities to learn and grow from one another. We strive for strong partnerships between our University and all of the fraternal organizations represented on our campus. We look forward to your arrival and wish you safe travels.