Get Involved in Student Activities
At Revelle College, the traditional classroom experience is only part of the educational process. We encourage students to enhance their college experience and gain valuable leadership skills by participating in student organizations, mentoring and leadership programs, and other activities.
Become an Orientation LeaderAre you an energetic and enthusiastic Revelle College student? Apply now to become an Orientation Leader (OL)! Review all requirements on Port Triton before completing the application. Deadline: Friday, January 27, 2017, 4:30 pm.
Want to learn more and get tips on the application process? Attend one of the upcoming Information Sessions, Revelle Conference Room C (behind Roger’s Market):
• Thursday, January 12 – 5:30 pm
• Wednesday, January 18 – 5:30 pm
Questions: email@example.com, or contact Assistant Dean Liora Kian-Gutierrez, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dine-with-a-Prof program is a perfect way to get to know your Professor or TA a little better while also enjoying a delicious meal - on us!
The Emerging Leaders Program aims to guide, challenge, and inspire the development of student leadership skills through experiential, direct, and reflective learning.
Revellations is dedicated to informing the Revelle community about programs and events while providing students with an outlet for self-expression through written and visual mediums.
Next Step provides an opportunity for upper-division students to interact with their favorite professors on a more individualized level.
The mission of the Student Activities Internship Program is to provide students with opportunities to serve in paraprofessional roles and gain transferable skills while improving student life at Revelle College.
Revelle College Council (RCC) is Revelle’s student governing body. Duties of the council include providing oversight for Revelle's students activities fee, promoting student organizations and events, and providing a means for Revelle students to get involved.
Revelle College provides a variety of organizations for student involvement. Participation in student organizations enriches your college experience, leadership skills, personal development, and life-long friendships. Learn more about Student Organizations - Get Involved!
As a transfer student, you only have a couple of years to get to know campus resources, faculty, staff and fellow students. The Transfer Connect & Success (TCS) Program is geared toward first-year transfer students, and is designed to help you have a fun and successful college experience.