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Benefits of Joining and Organization
Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) are afforded access to campus resources, and in turn agree to comply with regulation and procedures established for the governance of all student groups (SA/PPS No. 05.04). Co-curricular experiences enhance the learning and development of the individual student and help create a sense of belonging. A wide range of groups and levels of organization structures exist to define the status of organizations and encourage unity among similar organizations.
Organizations who register with Student Involvement will receive recognition of existence by the university.
The LBJ Student Center Reservations Office permits registered student organizations to reserve rooms, spaces, and the ballroom. Non-registered organizations are not permitted to reserve rooms.
Student Involvement permits registered student organizations to reserve space in the quad for information and solicitation purposes. Non-registered student organizations require the sponsorship (with appropriate sponsorship fees) of a registered student organization.
Registered student organizations can apply for funding from the Student Organizations Council after 1 year of registered status. Registered student organizations can be awarded up to $1,000 for an event in an academic year.
Types of RSOs
Some RSOs are organized to meet the interest of a few students, while others are established to fulfill a long term role with the university. Each organization is categorized into one of 13 groups, which are listed below. Click on each one to learn more about it.