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Student Organizations

Student organizations create opportunities for students to get to know their classmates and faculty outside of the classroom. We average about 50 student organizations each semester, and the numbers continue to grow. New student organizations may be established by completing the steps below.  It only takes 10 interested members to start a new student organization!

In order to become officially recognized by the University, all student organizations must register with the Office of Student Activities. Officially registered and recognized student organizations are allowed to request and reserve rooms on campus for their weekly meetings, events, and activities.  The Office of Student Activities is also here to help organization leaders with any programming and leadership issues that may arise. The Student Organization Guide contains more extensive information regarding procedures.

The Office of Student Activities also provides Student Organization Leadership Trainings, or "SOLT", at the beginning of each regular semester. Guest speakers present on parliamentary procedures, group dynamics, event planning, traits of good leaders, and other helpful topics for student leaders. A review of the Student Organizations Guide is also provided.

Click on the tab to the left for the Steps to Becoming a Registered/Recognized Student Organization

A list of a currently registered/recognized Student Organizations can be accessed by clicking on the 3rd tab on the left.

Inquiries about any of the student organizations may be sent to :