Student Organizations Are Important
The Office of Student Life provides KU Medical Center students ways to become better leaders to be a step above the rest as you enter your medical career.
Develop Leadership Skills
By becoming involved in a student organization, you will have the opportunity to strengthen your interpersonal communication skills, set an example for your peers, exercise creativity, inventiveness and so much more!
Student leaders interact with a wide variety of students, faculty, staff and community partners. By bringing together a group of individuals, you will help the group accomplish a common goal and foster a sense of belonging. You will also strengthen your role as a health care professional by establishing networks early in your academic career.
Make a Difference
Student organizations can be a powerful tool to influence change on campus and in the surrounding community. Whether you want to help shape the future of your field or aid those in need in your community, your involvement provides the tools necessary to make a change.
How We Support Student Organizations
Our resources cover a variety of topics, including:
- How to start a new student organization
- Funding ideas
- Campus policies
- Facility use guidelines
- Publicity options
- Email accounts
- Webpage accounts
- And more!