Starting a New Organization

Each academic year, the Student Government Association and our office partner together to offer students the opportunity to pilot a new organization or club on campus.  This is a multi-step process, that concludes with a full vote on recognition by the SGA Senate.  If you are interested in starting a new group, you will need to complete the steps below.  Additional information, including the New Club Recognition Packet, will be made available soon. 

  • Attend one of three info sessions to receive your packet.
    • Tuesday, October 23rd, 6:30PM, ADM 155
    • Wednesday, October 24th, 6:30PM, ADM 155
    • Thursday, October 25th, 6:30PM, ADM 155
  • Submit your complete New Club Recognition packet by Tuesday, October 30th at 4pm
    • Packets will be submitted to the SGA mailbox, located in MAR 214
  • Attend the REQUIRED Club Review session to prepare for your presentation to the SGA Senate
    • Friday, November 2nd, 1PM, ADM 155
  • Attend the designated SGA Senate meeting (Thursday, November 6 at 12:15PM, WSC 102
    • This is when the senate votes on approving new clubs
  • Attend one of two "New Club, Now What" sessions
    • Thursday, November 15th at 6:30PM
    • Friday, November 16th at 2:00PM

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