There are over 300 registered student organizations in categories like academics, arts and music, club sports, cultural, educational, Greek, honor, political, recreation, religious, service learning, special interest and spirit.
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Student Organization Forum
The Student Organization Forum (SOC) is the representative body for registered student organizations within SOC. Its primary functions include:
- Oversee the allocation of funds to registered student organizations.
- Manage communication of University-wide policies to student organization officers, and exchange information among organizations.
- Maintain and promote usage of Presence (coming soon).
- Encourage and promote participation in University-wide activities.
- Provide leadership development and growth opportunities to student organization members.
- Advise and make recommendations related to student organization issues.
SOC has oversight of six key areas:
- Registered student organizations
- Presence (coming soon)
- Organization development
- Student organization event funding
- Student Organization Funding Advisory Board (SOFAB)
- Student coordinators
Registered Student Organizations
Explore Involvement Opportunities — SOC encourages you to explore currently registered organizations. During your search, you’ll learn about an organization missions, purpose and goals.
Engage with Fellow Students — Contact an officer for more information, attend an organization meeting or event, stop by an organization booth, sign up for an organization mailing list, or complete your membership. Remember, you don’t have to join everything at once. Take it slow and find the best fit for you.
Continued Organization Development — Orientations are offered for all student organizations. Topics discussed include: funding, room reservations, publicity, bank accounts, resources provided by SOC and more. Contact SOC to schedule an orientation.
Student Organization Funding Advisory Board (SOFAB) — The advisory board is responsible for granting and allocating money to registered student organizations that wish to host events on campus. The goal of SOFAB is to fund large-scale on campus events that foster community, diversity, entertainment and education. SOFAB is made up of five student voting members and two SOF student coordinators, and is overseen by SOC staff members.
SOC Funding — All registered student organizations in good standing are eligible for two types of funding. Learn more »
SOC Student Coordinators
Student coordinator responsibilities include:
- Provide guidance for new student organizations
- Assist with planning leadership retreats, workshops
- Staff SOC office 15 hours per week
- Review student organization funding requests with SOC advisors
Learn more about the qualifications and duties of SOC student coordinators.