The Leadership, Engagement, Advising, and Development (LEAD) Center is the University of California, Berkeley’s hub for leadership advising, programs, and initiatives. We support student organizations, undergraduate and graduate student government, fraternities and sororities, Cal Debate, The Student Environmental Resource Center, The Green Initiative Fund, and Campus-wide leadership programs.
Students can visit the LEAD Center for answers to general and specific questions about getting involved at Cal, leadership programs, student group funding, and advising. Whether students are thinking about joining their first organization, or they are seasoned officers, our team, specialized in the functional and topical areas of student activities, can help them navigate Cal and refine their leadership potential.
Initial 2014-2015 ASUC Spring Budgeting Allocations Announced
The initial spring budgeting allocations are available to download and review here. If your organization is not satisfied with your allocation, the date by which you need to appeal is Friday 4/18.
It's Culture Show Season!
Check out the variety of culture shows & events offered by UC Berkeley's student organizations this spring:
3/14: 20th Annual ISCO Norouz Cultural Show
3/15: 9th Annual Urdu Culture Show
4/4: Night Market
4/12: ASA Culture Show
4/12: Between the Lines
4/13: Pilipino Cultural Night
4/20: Thai Night 2014
See the poster for more information on each of these events
Student Organization Walk-In Advising Hours
The LEAD Center offers walk-in advising Monday through Friday from 2pm-4pm in 102 Hearst Gym. You can also make an appointment with your organizations's specific adviser.More information here.
Spring Semester Student Organization Signatory and Agent Training Sessions:
Fri 4/4, 2:00pm-3:30pm, 114 Hearst Gym
Wed 4/9, 4:00pm-5:30pm, 114 Hearst Gym
Fri 4/18, 1:00pm-2:30pm, MCC*
Wed 4/23, 4:00pm-5:30pm, 114 Hearst Gym
* MCC is the Multicultural Center, Hearst Annex D-37
Please RSVP by:
There will be more dates/times added as meeting space is identified.