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An extra duty worth taking

T.J. ZambranoAs a college student at UNT, T.J. Zambrano founded the Albino Squirrel Preservation Society. 

Now Zambrano serves as staff advisor.

Student Activities is recruiting more full-time faculty and staff members to serve as an advisor for the 400 student organizations on campus.

The advisors, who are volunteers, provide advice to students and serve as a resource about the university. All student organizations must have an advisor, who is required to sign paperwork when an organization holds a meeting or event.

Zambrano, above, hall director of Clark Hall, said he remembered his advisor was very supportive of his ideas when he started the Albino Squirrel Preservation Society. He now sponsors the UNT Quidditch club, in which students play the game inspired by J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books.

“I like being able to be that person for students now,” he said. “It’s great to work with students on such a close level and see them bring their ideas to life.”

  • Staff and faculty interested in serving as an advisor for student organizations can complete this form, and Student Activities will contact you when an organization in need of an advisor meets your interests.

Jessica DeLeón, University Relations, Communications and Marketing

Above, T.J. Zambrano, hall director of Clark Hall (Photo by Michael Clements/URCM)



Posted on: Mon 15 July 2013

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