In alignment with the UTeach Elements of Success, USLA strongly advocates for the expansion of student organizations so there is one at every UTeach program.
Most UTeach programs do not have an affiliated student organization at their campus.
Why It Matters
Student organizations allow for community-building among its members, and UTeach programs with thriving student organizations demonstrate a positive and supportive community for students. An environment like this can foster a sense of belonging for students and, in return, can increase involvement and long-term success in the program.
To make the process simple, USLA wants to partner with current UTeach students and/or master teachers to launch their own student organization. Our team of experienced student leaders can assist you through the application process established by your university, provide templates of bylaws/constitutions, and serve as a resource as you begin the journey of creating a UTeach student organization.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are ready to start a UTeach student organization at your campus. We would be thrilled to join you on this exciting journey!
Active UTeach Student Organizations
The following UTeach student organizations are currently active in their respective program and are included in the USLA network. If your student organization is active and is not listed below, please email us at email@example.com with your student organization name, logo, website link, email, UTeach program, and university.
DragonsTeach Student Organization
University: Drexel University
Talon Teach Student Organization
Program: Teach North Texas
University: Teach North Texas
Mavmeticians & Mav Scientists Teach (M&Ms)
Program: UTeach Arlington
University: UT Arlington
Math and Science Teachers of Tomorrow (MASTT)
Program: UTeach Austin
University: UT Austin
UTeach Student Organization Student Society
Program: UTRGV UTeach
University: UT Rio Grande Valley
Inactive UTeach Student Organizations
The following UTeach student organizations have been identified as inactive*, though they were fully operational at some point. If you are a student of one of these UTeach programs, we highly encourage you to take initiative and restart your program's student organization. You can start by reaching out to your master teachers or program alumni/former officers to show your interest in bringing back the student organization. Additionally, USLA is here to support you as you bring your student organization back to life. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for guidance and ensure your student organization is listed in the active section above once it is up and running again.
If you feel your student organization should not be listed in the inactive section, please email us at email@example.com with your student organization name, logo, website link, email, UTeach program, and university.
*Student organizations were categorized as inactive if their website and social media had no activity for several years. Efforts were made to contact the student organization through social media and email, but USLA did not receive a response. Their respective UTeach program was also contacted to determine if the student organization was active or inactive. If it was confirmed that the student organization was inactive, or if we did not hear back at all, the student organization was added to the inactive list.
FETCH (Future Educators Teaching Children with Hands-on Methods)
University: Louisiana Tech