Who Will You Impact?
Leaders are forged through time, experience and ambition. You are a leader, even if you don’t know it yet. The Leadership Center at The University of Texas at Arlington can help you become the type of person who affects and guides change in every facet of life, no matter what you set your mind to achieve. Developing leadership skills not only makes you a more attractive potential employee, but makes you a better citizen for our community. When you discover how to unlock your true potential, epic things await. The Center offers a wide range of ways to get involved whether through leadership development or community engagement. Make an impact, feed your ambition and push your limits through your involvement with The Leadership Center.
Super Service Saturday has Record Year!
UT Arlington Mavericks came out in record numbers for a morning of community service at numerous agencies throughout Arlington! The Fall kickoff event, held on August 29th, begins a year of great community service with UTA Volunteers, The Big Event, Alternative Breaks, and the Leadership Honors Program. More than 235 volunteers gave their time to 12 local non-profit agencies: Mission Arlington, Boys and Girls Club, UTA Community Garden, Doug Russell Park, Arlington Animal Shelter, O.S. Gray Park, Salvation Army, Oakwood Nursing & Rehabilitation, UTA Compost Pile, Arlington Southeast Branch Library, Arlington East Branch Library, and River Legacy Park.
Many thanks to our sponsors!!!
Breakfast Sponsor - Kenner's Kolache Bakery (Arlington)
Lunch Sponsor - Blue Mesa Grill (Arlington)
Alternative Weekend Break
October 10-11, 2015
Alternative Weekend Breaks will be traveling to Wichita Falls on October 10-11, 2015 to volunteer Habitat for Humanity, Salvation Army, and a local food bank. Selected participants for the Wichita Falls weekend break will be notified no later than September 25th. If you are selected, you will have until September 28, 2015 to decide whether you wish to accept the offer.
No payments will be accepted until trip participants have been selected.
IF A STUDENT HAS BEEN SELECTED TO ATTEND THE TRIP, THEY MUST MAKE THE FULL PAYMENT OF THE TRIP FEE BY MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2015. IF A STUDENT DOES NOT MAKE FULL PAYMENT BY THE DEADLINE, OTHER STUDENTS WILL BE GIVEN THE OPTION TO ATTEND. ALL PAYMENTS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
Please note, all participants selected for trips are required to attend a mandatory training on Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 5:00 - 7:00PM.
Certified Leaders Institute
Receive a Certificate in Leadership with the Certified Leadership Institute
Complete a series of workshops exploring topics from fundamental leadership skills to an advanced social analysis of leadership. Students must attend this workshop and the workshop in the spring to receive the certificate.
Includes information on running an effective meeting, goal setting, time management, working with others, effective communication, and event planning.
For questions, contact 817-272-9220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, October 17, 9 am-3 pm (Check in begins at 8:30 am)
$10 Registration Fee (Lunch provided)
Apply for a scholarship today!
There are scholarships available for incoming student leaders to UT Arlington, current student leaders and also opportunities for travel scholarships. See what you can apply for today!
earn a minor in leadership Studies
Want to be a relational, ethical, and global leader armed with the knowledge and skills to make positive contributions to society? You can begin by earning a Minor in Leadership Studies with the Leadership Center and Educational Leadership and Policy Studies through the College of Education. Learn more about it here.
Student Affairs Events
- LGBTQA Program Pride Week
Monday, Oct 5, All Day —
- Kappa Delta Chi Strike out cancer
Wednesday, Oct 7, 9:30 am — LIBRARY MALL EAST
- Kappa Delta Chi 2nd Annual Kiss Cancer Goodbye
Wednesday, Oct 7, 10:00 am — UC MALL WEST
- Omega Delta Phi Taco Sale
Wednesday, Oct 7, 10:30 am — UC MALL
- Bed Races
Wednesday, Oct 7, 7:00 pm — Maverick Stadium
Meet with other commuting students to socialize and learn how to make the most of campus life and drive time.