The Student Organizations Council is devoted to contributing towards the growth and education of student leaders and their organizations. The council has sponsored the following events.
Risk Management training is mandatory for all Registered and Chartered Student Organizations. The president and an additional officer of each organization are required to attend. Graduate student organizations are required to be represented by the president, however, other officers are encouraged to attend.
Two officers of each organization only need to attend one session individually. Upon sign in you will state which organization you are representing. Individuals can only represent two organizations.
Spring 2019 Sessions
The Student Organizations Council would like to celebrate and show gratitude for our faculty and staff members who advise over 370 registered student organizations.
Which Texas State Student Organizations will be victorious in Student Organizations Council's revival of Org Olympics? The tradition continues!
Org Olympics is an evening event where Registered Student Organizations at Texas State compete with each other in field day activities and friendly competitions.
The Boko Awards ceremony held every spring semester has honored those who make a commitment to leadership, service, and excellence. Students of the university community are recognized as individuals and as a part of an organization for achievement in campus involvement and leadership. Boko Awards recognizes organizations, advisors, and participants of organizations that have displayed excellence and achievement in the variety of areas that contribute to the values of Texas State University. These areas of excellence include, but are not limited to, leadership development, community service, diversity, innovation, academic development, and membership involvement. Boko Awards are hosted by Student Involvement @ LBJSC.
The 2018 Boko Awards will be held on April 11th, 2018. To learn more about Boko Awards, please visit the Boko Awards page.