Student Organizations

Annual Re-Registration

Those seeking to create a new organization should review the Register a New Student Organization page.

Currently Registered Student Organizations must re-register each year by completing the Re-Registration form in Eagle Engage and attending a TechLeads – Student Org Leadership 101 workshop.

Re-Registration Form

In April, all Registered Student Organizations’ status in Eagle Engage will be changed to “Requires Re-Registration.” Officers must complete the re-registration process by September 1, 2023.

From the organization's Dashboard on Eagle Engage, officers should see a blue text field with a button to begin re-registration. The re-registration form will require officers to update their roster, describe their achievements and challenges from the current year, and articulate goals for the coming year. For more information regarding the Eagle Engage Re-Registration process, please see the Eagle Engage Officers Guide.

Student Org Leadership 101 Workshop

The Student Org Leadership 101 Workshop will be hosted on multiple days and times at the beginning of the fall semester. At least one officer from each organization is required to attend one of these workshops, but it is recommended that 2-3 officers attend a workshop. Officers must attend the entire workshop to satisfy this requirement.

The workshop will cover important policies and procedures that student organization officers should know, campus resources to help your organization thrive, and basic leadership tips for peer leaders. 

Advisors are welcome to attend but not required. 

Fall 2023 Student Org Leadership 101 Workshops:

  • Thursday, August 24, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, RUC Multipurpose Room*
  • Tuesday, August 29, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, RUC 371*
  • Wednesday, August 30, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, RUC Multipurpose Room*
  • Thursday, August 31, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm, RUC 371*

* Locations subject to change. RSVP for the meeting that you plan to attend via Eagle Engage to ensure that you have up-to-date information.

Organizations that fail to complete the re-registration process by September 1 will be designated as Inactive with the University and will lose access to Registered Student Organization benefits, including the ability to host events and activities on campus, eligibility for SOLO Funding, and more. Inactive organizations wishing to return to Active status after September 1 should contact the Center for Student Engagement at Organizations that remain Inactive through the end of the semester will lose their registration status and must re-register as a new organization.

A Registered Student Organization may be with withdrawn at any point during the year if it fails to maintain the nature and conditions of registration, if the membership declines below ten (10) members, or purpose deviates substantially from the registered purpose.

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