For information about student organizations, from starting your own or learning about a current group on campus, contact email@example.com.
Student Organizations are identified in one of the following four categories:
- Academic Groups - These are clubs directly correlated with an academic program.
- National Honor Societies - Honor societies are unique in that students cannot simply sign up and become a member, but they need to meet certain requirements such as having a certain GPA in their academic discipline in order to be inducted.
- Fraternity & Sorority Life (Social Greek Organizations) - Greek letter organizations are another unique student group. Each group has its own specific set of values and ideals; however, the general mission is to develop social excellence in its members through service, philanthropy, leadership development, and campus involvement.
- Special Interest Groups - This is the umbrella of a majority of the organizations on campus and includes everything ranging from Rotoract to Student Veterans of America. Wherever student interest exists, an organization can be created to meet that need.
- Student Organizations and Campus Groups Registration
- Student Organization Guidelines (PDF)
- Event Registration
- Sample Constitution (DOC)
- Sample By-Laws (DOC)