Student Organization Resources


Registered student organizations do not automatically receive funding once they are registered. Funding is only available through the Student Government Association funding request process. Your organization can apply for a grant for General Funding, Club Sports, Multicultural Inclusion, and Service.  For more details on the process, please visit

Graphic Design Services

All registered student organizations can take advantage of a Graphic Design Request service once per academic year.  We encourage you to sign up 3-4 weeks before your deadline to ensure that our Graphic Designer will have enough time to complete the project.  Due to the large number of requests, it usually takes our graphic designer 1-2 weeks to contact your organization. This service is only offered during the fall & spring semesters.

The Graphic Design Request form can be found here.

Check out the Licensee List for approved UK vendors who will make sure your graphics abide by UK graphic standards!

Registered Student Organization Copy Codes

Student Organizations and Activities is pleased to announce that we are now providing copy codes to registered student organizations.  The copier for this use is located in the Student Organization Workspace in room A252 in the Center for Student Involvement, on the second floor of the Gatton Student Center.  This copy code allows each registered student organization to make 200 black and white copies and 100 color copies each school year.  These codes are for making copies only.  We do not have a computer associated with this machine
therefore it is unable to print.  A list of printer locations on campus is available here.    

For more information or access to your organization's code, e-mail

Quick Reference Leadership Guides

Emotionally Intelligent Leadership

Emotional Intelligence is the capability of individuals to recognize their own emotions and those of others, discern between different feelings and label them appropriately, use emotional information to guide thinking and behavior, and manage and/or adjust emotions to adapt to environments or achieve one's goal(s).

Relational Leadership Model

Relational Leadership refers to a model or perspective on leadership that focuses on the idea that leadership effectiveness has to do with the ability of the leader to create positive relationships within the organization

Servant Leadership

Servant leadership is a leadership philosophy. The servant-leader 
share power, puts the needs of others first and helps people develop and perform as highly as possible. Servant leadership turns the power pyramid upside down which puts the customer service associates at top of pyramid; instead of the people working to serve the leader, the leader exists to serve the people. When leaders shift their mindset and serve first, they unlock purpose and ingenuity in those around them, resulting in higher performance and engaged, fulfilled employees.

Social Change Model

The model is inclusive in that it is designed to enhance the development of leadership qualities in all participants- those who hold formal leadership positions as well as those who do not - and to promote a process that is inclusive and actively engages all who wish to contribute. the model examines leadership development from three different perspectives or levels: the individual, the group, the community.

Student Leadership Challenge

Any student can be a leader, regardless of age and experience. Grounded in over 30 years of extensive research, the authors have identified The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® that are common when leaders are able to make extraordinary things happen. Those five practices are: Model The Way, Inspire A Shared Vision, Challenge The Process, Enable Others To Act, and Encourage The Heart.