Human Development and Family Studies Student Outreach and Undergraduate Leadership
Student Outreach and Undergraduate Leadership is a student-run organization that is aimed at developing leadership among Human Development and Family Studies students.
Starting August 31, SOUL meets every Tuesday from 4 – 5 p.m. in the Behavioral Sciences Building, Room 105. SOUL connects HDFS students, the University and Fort Collins community through a variety of leadership and service projects.
The benefits of getting involved with SOUL include credit toward graduation as well as developing valuable leadership skills. Members work closely with the HDFS department, establishing contacts for future events. Registration takes place at the first meeting of the semester. Students registered for credit for SOUL are required to attend meetings each week.
SOUL is solely funded by donations from Colorado State University and Fort Collins communities. These donations and fundraising efforts made by SOUL members are what make all of our community service projects possible.
Events in which SOUL members participate in include:
- Early Childhood Center Pancake Breakfast
- Fall Clean Up
- Thanksgiving Baskets Service Project
- Kids at Heart
- Finally Home Foundation
- Homeless Gear
- Adaptive Swim