To enrich the collegiate experience, Campus Activities and Student Organizations (CASO) will provide quality, student-centered programs, services, and involvement opportunities which celebrate diversity, promote retention, and foster leadership, civic engagement and student development.
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All Student Organizations must file Student Organization Registration forms with Campus Activities and Student Organization by October 1st of each year and keep a current officer roster updated and on file in the appropriate office as noted below. Registered Student Organizations will be required to re-apply for registered status if they fail to file these forms.
a) Greek and other Registered Student Organizations - Campus Activities and Student Organizations
b) Sports Clubs - Campus Activities and Student Organizations & Campus Recreation
Other responsibilities of Registered Student Organizations include:
- Registered Student Organizations must have a Faculty/Staff advisor who is employed by the University at least one-half time.
- The following officers, or their equivalent, of Registered Student Organizations must have and maintain a 2.25 Texas State cumulative grade point average: President, Vice President, and Treasurer.
- A minimum of two leaders, or designated representatives of each Registered Student Organization, must attend the Texas State Leadership Exchange in the Spring of each year.
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