What We Do

Student Involvement Ambassadors are here to help individual students and student organizations navigate resources available to them on Campus from a peer lens. Keep reading to learn about and utilize specific services! 

Direct Student Support

Peer Support Program 

Fraternity and Sorority Life students have the opportunity to meet 1:1 with peers to discuss questions and needs around well-being.

Student Involvement Ambassadors are equipped to provide support and connect you with the resources you might need.

Make an appointment with an ambassador at this link.

Appointments begin on October 1st!

This is NOT a counseling service. If you are experiencing an emergency and need help right now, call 911

For other crisis management resources, look here.

Office Hours for Student Organizations

Interested in hosting Late Night Programs but don't know where to start? Looking for funding opportunities? Experiencing conflict within your group and in need of advice? 

Pop in to office hours to talk things through with one of our students. Office hours are held virtually via this link and occur during the following hours: 

  • Wednesday 2:30-4:30

Training Opportunities for Student Organizations


Late Night Programs has partnered with Undergraduate Student Government to provide additional well-being and harm reduction training options as part of their ORG TIP$ program. 

Links to participate in pre-scheduled trainings can be found at the ORG TIP$ website.

The schedule for Fall 2020 trainings is: 

  • October 20th, 3pm AND 7pm - Mental Health: Adapting to COVID, a Student Perspective (partnership with Pride House)
  • October 22nd, 3pm AND 7pm - Diversity in Mental Health (partnership with Pride House)
  • November 10th, 3pm - Leading with Mindfulness (partnership with Student Wellness) 
  • November 11th, 7pm - Leading with Mindfulness (partnership with Student Wellness)

Alcohol Harm Reduction Training 

In order to receive Late Night Programs Grant Funding, at least two members of your student organization have to have gone through Alcohol Harm Reduction Training with one of our Student Involvement Ambassadors. 

The training covers alcohol norms and messaging on campus, alcohol basics such as BAC, etc., and how to be an active bystander in unsafe situations. 

You can request Alcohol Harm Reduction Training for the entirety of your student organization by contacting our team at the Get Involved email address.

Student Organization Development Trainings

More info to come! 

Event Support

Promoting Your Event

The Late Night Programs team can help market your event to a wide audience.

Share your event information with us here and a team member will contact you about next steps. 

Event Data Collection

An important piece of program assessment is collecting data at events. We use SWIPE technology to collect attendance and demographic information. Data helps us to make decisions about future programming and resource allocation.

To work with someone on getting SWIPE set up for your event, contact the Get Involved email address.