Student Leadership and Development (SLD) is committed to enhancing the learning environment at Stanislaus State. To facilitate this mission we provide students with co-curricular learning and leadership development opportunities.
New Student Orientation (NSO)
NSO is a program for incoming Stanislaus State students designed to provide you with information about University requirements, general education requirements, major academic advising and student programs and services. Each NSO includes informational sessions with a variety of Stanislaus State staff and faculty to assist you with academic advising and course registration. Your attendance and participation in your New Student Orientation will greatly enhance your educational experience at Stanislaus State. By the end of the day, you will have a general understanding of the campus.
Student Organizations & Greek Life
There are over 75 clubs and organizations, ranging from academic, political, pre-professional, social, fraternities & sororities, cultural, religious and a lot more! Plus with 10 sororities, 6 fraternities and 1 co-ed fraternity to choose from there is something for everyone.
Student Leadership Awards
The Student Leadership Awards will take place on Friday, May 5, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. in the Event Center. This is an event in which President Junn, VP Suzanne Espinoza and Matthew Lopez-Phillips, Asc VPSA/Dean of Students will acknowledge and present 12 awards to students or organizations that go beyond the call of duty to help their community, peers, club/organization, and school. Clubs and organizations are also awarded at this event for their school spirit, achievements and contribution to the community. If you wish to nominate an individual or group please submit the following nomination form (.pdf) to the Office of Student Leadership & Development no later than Friday, April 7, 2017 at 5pm
Stanislaus State's leadership programs offers an opportunity for students to develop their leadership skills through two different programs.
Faculty Mentor Program
The mission of the Faculty Mentor Program is to encourage faculty-student interaction outside-the-classroom through mentoring relationships that improve academic achievement, increase student retention rates, and improve the graduation rates of educationally disadvantaged students.