Join one of the 30 registered student organizations (RSO), or create your own, on campus. RSOs and their members have access to benefits including: flyer/poster printing, marketing support, access to facility and meeting space, and more!
Things students gain from getting involved with a student organization include: communication and presentation skills, personal and professional network of colleagues, and leadership experience with budgeting, leading a team, and event-planning.
SIO: The Student Involvement Office is a resource to students and student leaders for meeting space and event equipment. The space is located inside the Student Center on the second floor, room 2100. Student organization mailboxes are located outside of the space. Some student organizations also have storage. Additionally, student organization leaders have access to printing, poster supplies, event/table signage, equipment checkout, meeting space, storage, and more. See our request links below, visit the office, or email us at email@example.comSanctioned OrganizationsStudent Organization HandbookFraternities & Sororities
To register a new student organization OR complete the registration renewal process for existing organizations, student organization leaders must complete the process outlined below:
Student Organization Forms