Leadership for Organizations, Clubs, & Students
Leadership for Organizations, Clubs & Students (LOCS) was created to provide officers and members of the over 420+ halls, clubs, and organizations on campus the tools necessary to successfully organize and run their groups. All sessions are free and open to any student. Come back frequently for an updated schedule.
Have an idea for a session? Email the Student Activities Office.
|Club Information Meetings|
|Concession Stand Management Training|
|Concession Stand: Maximizing your Profits|
|Maximizing Activities Night|
|SAOnline Drop-In Training|
|Transportation Student Vehicle Driver Training|
Club Information Meetings are an opportunity for the Student Activities Office and Club Coordination Council to assist clubs in planning and marketing events, and to foster opportunities for collaboration. Meetings will last approximately 1 hour and will cover the following agenda items:
- Guidelines and suggestions for planning events
- Additional funding opportunities from SAO and the Club Coordination Council
- Suggestions and tips for more efficient and effective programming
- Election of Club Coordination Council division representatives (Spring CIMs only)
Every club is required to send the two officers to one of the Club Information Meetings offered below. The two officers do not need to attend the same meeting. All club officers are invited to attend! Clubs not represented at one of the meetings could lose their recognition status with the University.
Club Information Meeting Schedule
For Undergraduate Clubs:
More Information on the Fall 2014 Club Meetings will come through the Clubline Listserv.
For Graduate Clubs:
Club Information Meetings for Graduate Students:
Wednesday September 3, 2014, 12:30pm -1:30pm DeBartolo Hall room 102
Missed this meeting or have other questions about graduate and professional student clubs? Email David Mattingly with SAO. If you would like to schedule a meeting to talk about Club logistics or to make up a miss Club Information Meeting, please email David or call the SAO office (574-631-7308) directly to schedule an appointment.
Is your club interested in learning more about working as a team? Reach out to David Mattingly in the Student Activities Office to schedule an appointment.
The Club Officer Trainings are designed for the new group officer who needs more information on how to be an officer. The Fall Training will be broken up into two sessions - feel free to attend one or both! All new leaders and group members are encouraged to attend.
Concession Stand Management Training
Click here for the full list of Trainings.
If your group plans to host a Football Concession Stand, you must also have at least one member of your group attend Concession Stand Management training. At all times at a concession stand, a Concession Stand Management Trained representive must be present. The training is intended to prepare the student who will be overseeing the administrative responsibilities for operating a concession stand. This includes, but is not limited to, submitting the SAOnline request for the stand, placing the food order from Catering, acquiring grills to be used at the stand, and submitting the Concession Stand Summary Worksheet the Wednesday after the stand takes place.
Concession Stand - Maximizing your profits
Information about Maximizing your Profits will go out to Clubs hosting Concession Stands.
If your group is planning a dance, this session will provide you with all the information you need to know about choosing a location, food, DJ, etc.
Wednesday, September 3 from 1-2pm, Notre Dame Room
Thursday September 4 from 6-7pm, Montgomery Auditorium
Tuesday September 9 from 5:30-6:30pm, Montgomery Auditorium
Wednesday September 10 from 1-2pm, Montgomery Auditorium
Food Safety Training is now online! All student groups and residence halls that plan to prepare and serve food for events and hall food service operations during the 2012-2013 academic year must have at least two people complete Food Safety Training. At all times at a concession stand or other food service event, a Food Safety Trained representative must be present. Even if you were trained in 2011-2012, you must be retrained for 2012-2013. In order to be as prepared as possible for events, groups are encouraged to have as many members of their organization trained as they wish.
To complete the process, simply click on this link to the Office of Risk Management and Safety training. Open the Food Safety Training PDF and read it thoroughly. Then click on the link to the Food Safety Training Quiz and complete it. Passing the quiz will automatically complete the process.
Is your group or organization planning a trip and you're not sure where to begin? Come to the Student Activities Office to get all your questions answered and to find additional resources as you are working towards your next big trip. If any of the times below don't work for you, call our office. All undergraduate clubs that wish to travel overnight or conduct regular travel (i.e. every week) must send at least one representative to either of the sessions provided. If you cannot attend these training dates, please contact the Student Activities Office and we can schedule a 1 on 1 appoint to help you organize your event. Advisors welcome also!
Wednesday October 15 at 4pm
Friday November 14 at 4pm
Thursday January 15 at 4pm
Monday February 16 at 4pm
Monday March 23 at 4pm
All Meetings are in the Student Activities Office located at 315 LaFortune Student CenterMissed training or want to review the material? Handouts are available here.
All clubs and organizations know that Activities Night is one of the best ways to generate interest, but not everyone knows how to market their group so that those who signed up show up to the first meeting. Join us in this session as we talk about ways to catch the attention of potential members at Activities Night, how to retain your members after Activities Night, marketing efforts outside of Activities Night, and the web resources you can use to let everyone know how great your group is
Thursday August 28 at 5:30pm in the Notre Dame Room (2nd Floor of LaFortune)
SAOnline Drop-In Training
Want to know how to best utilize this resource? Join us for drop in training at anytime and you will be a SAOnline pro in no time! Individual or group sessions are also available.
SAOnline Drop-In Training is available anytime any of the Student Activities Office Staff is available. Check out our Office hours and schedule an appointment today!
Students driving University vehicles are first required to attend a safe driving class sponsored by the Transportation Services Department. Students need only attend this session once during their time at Notre Dame. Classes are held on Tuesday’s at 10:30 am and Thursday’s at 3:00pm. If you are unable to attend a class at this time, call Transportation Services to see if an alternate time can be arranged. For information about Driver Training and to request an appointment to attend a session, please call Marty Ogren at (574) 631-6467 or check their website.