SLD Calendar

The Office of Student Leadership and Development is committed to enhancing the learning environment at CSU Stanislaus. To facilitate this mission we provide students with co-curricular learning and leadership development opportunities.

Some of these programs include: Warriors Up All Night and The Student Leadership Program, Student Leadership Awards.

Spring 2014 Activities

Chartering Begins for Spring 2014 January 10
Booth Lottery - via email January 23
Spring Semester Begins January 27
Welcome Week, Quad TBA
Homecoming Week January 31-February 7
Chartering Deadline February 14
You Are the One**, 5:30pm-7pm, location TBA February 20
Panhellenic Badge Day, Quad March 3
You Are the One **, 2:30pm-4pm, location TBA March 28
Code Red Presents: Prevent the "Walk of Shame" for a Rape-Free Community, 10am-1pm, Quad** April 2
Code Red Presents: Take Back the Night, 5pm-7pm, Event Center** April 3
Step Up (Alcohol Ed and Title IX workshop), Event Center 5:30pm-7pm April 8
Step Up (Alcohol Ed and Title IX workshop), Event Center 5:30pm-7pm April 9
Spring Break

April 21-25

Student Leadership Awards May 2
Warrior Day, Ampitheater May 9
Booth Removal May 19
2013-2014 Commencement, Ampitheater May 29-30
Student Leadership Program July 30-August 1

** Title IX workshop required for Student Org officers & greek new members

* Alcohol Ed workshop required for Student Org officers & greek new members

Student Leadership Program

The objective of the Student Leadership Program (SLP) is to prepare California State University, Stanislaus students for leadership roles within the community and beyond. SLP provides a learning experience designed to identify and foster individual leadership potential and civic responsiveness in students. The Student Leadership Program combines effective leadership training with integrative service skills training to equip students with the essential tools needed to meet the personal and societal challenges of the new millennium.

Warrior Day

Warrior Day is an event sponsored by ASI and is a long-time campus tradition. Warrior day includes food and games. The main attraction on this day is the concert, which attracts a crowd of thousands.

Student Leadership Awards

Each May, the Division of Student Affairs hosts a ceremony honoring outstanding student leaders and organizations. Presented at this event are awards for the outstanding Greek, academic, special interest and cultural student organizations, the Student Organization Award of Excellence, the President's Trophy for philanthropic service, the club advisor of the year, the Carol Burke Memorial Award, the Miriam V. and John L. Keymer Memorial Award, and the Outstanding Student Leader of the Year Award We will start taking applications in February 2014 for Nominations.