The Division of Student Affairs is dedicated to helping students get involved on campus to better develop leadership skills, character, and discipline. As part of our commitment to create ethical leaders and global citizens, we give students a place to grow in spirit and learn to accept personal responsibility. Additionally, we promote positive living and learning communities through social and service activities.
In celebration of our diverse campus community, the University Centers enrich the campus life experience by providing quality programs, services and facilities focused on student involvement, student learning and student success.
The UH Forensic Program sponsors the UH Forensic Society (UHFS), which is the largest collegiate speech and debate organization in the U.S. Whether you are interested in competing in forensic contests, mentoring K-12 students in speech and forensics, judging forensic events, or volunteering for community service, the UHFS has something that will interest and challenge you.
Through close collaboration with students and other stakeholders, the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life (CFSL) empowers the growth of high achievers and values-based leaders by providing a measurable, meaningful, and transformative fraternity & sorority experience. With a commitment to individual student development, the Center creates opportunities for lifelong relationships, innovative thinking, civic engagement, and overall student success.
The A.D. Bruce Religion Center is the focal point for many on-campus religious and spiritual activities. It is a bustling center of many ongoing educational programs and activities focusing on religious issues with an emphasis on Interfaith Dialogue. The center provides office space and facilities for 11 charter campus ministries.
The Center for Student Involvement provides services for Registered Student Organizations, offers advising and training for students leading organizations, connects students with opportunities to be involved on campus, and supports many Fee Funded Organizations at the University of Houston.