Sorority and Fraternity Life (SFL) provides support services, leadership opportunities and educational programs that assist sorority and fraternity councils and chapters in developing values-based organizations. It is our goal to develop and implement programs, workshops, training sessions and course instruction to collaborate and build partnerships that promote multiculturalism, diversity, social justice and social responsibility education for the Office of the Dean of Students.
Provide administrative support to the Administrative Associate, Coordinators of Greek Life, Associate Director, Assistant Dean of Students and Senior Associate Dean of Students within the Office of the Dean of Students.
Complete an application and include a copy of your resume, Fall 2010 class schedule, and work-study award verification form (showing your eligibility). Submit all items to Sorority and Fraternity Life (SSB 4.400), Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Applications may be obtained by contacting SFL at 512-471-9700. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Student Government serves as the official student voice to the UT Austin administration, the Board of Regents and the Texas Legislature. Student Government represents students on a variety of issues, including campus life, student services and academics.
Student Government Student Assistants work in an exciting, active, student-run office. Student Assistants assist Office of the Dean of Students' staff and the Student Government Executive Board with a wide variety of duties, including running errands, answering phones, clerical work, data entry, working with copiers, tabling and event set-up, working with mail and conducting research.
Student Government Student Assistant positions are available to work-study students only.
The Student Organization Center (SOC) serves as a point of contact for registered student organizations at The University of Texas at Austin. SOC staff answer questions and provide information.
The SOC seeks outgoing, enthusiastic individuals who are dependable, flexible and detail oriented. Applicants must be self-motivated learners, excellent problem solvers and must be customer oriented. The ability to communicate effectively with students and university staff is essential. Applicants must be currently enrolled at UT Austin, have experience providing quality customer service in a high traffic environment, have a strong attention to detail, and MUST have work-study status.
Applications are available at the Student Organization Center, located on the fourth floor of the Student Services Building (SSB). If you have questions, telephone 512-471-3065 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.