Are you interested in getting more involved on campus and looking to connect with fellow Southeast students? Southeast has numerous student organizations ranging from club sports to hobbies, pre-professional programs, social clubs, and religious groups. Southeast hosts a campus community large enough to meet almost any extracurricular desire. Browse the Student Organization listing to find a group for you. Information on when and where groups meet and how to join is listed on the individual student organization pages.
If you find we don't have a group for all of your interests, you can always start one yourself!
Student organizations are encouraged to utilize this resource to assist in building and managing a successful organization. The handbook includes general policies and procedures, funding and finance resources, event planning tools, important numbers, and advisor resources.Student Organization Resources
Campus Life & Event Services is utilizing a new system called OrgSync to register new and returning student organizations. If you are familiar with the system, log into OrgSync with your Southeast Key to register your organization. In order to register, you must have five officers/members, a constitution which includes anti-hazing and anti-discrimination statements, and an advisor who is a current University faculty or staff member.
If you are unfamiliar with OrgSync or the registration process, please visit an Involvement Ambassador in the Center for Student Involvement (University Center 204) Monday-Friday, 12-5 pm. Appointments are suggested, but not necessary. Involvement Ambassadors can walk you through the steps of creating a profile and registering your organization.
The benefits of registering your organization and having it recognized by the Student Government Association include:
If you have additional questions about the Student Organization Registration process, please contact Campus Life & Event Services at 573-651-2280 or visit the University Center, room 414.
Dollars for Innovative Campus Events (DICE) is a funding source for any student or student organization hosting programs over the weekend (Thursday night – Sunday night). The event must be open to the entire campus community and free for Southeast students. The general guidelines and application can be found online. For more information, contact Joanna Shaver or call 573-651-2280.
Student organizations interested in receiving funding from Student Government will need to meet with the SG Treasurer or attend a funding informational meeting to apply for funding. Dates, forms, and other information regarding funding procedures may be found on the Student Government Funding Guidelines page.
University Center 414