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Student Organizations

If you aren’t getting involved in extracurricular activities, you’re missing out on one of the greatest parts of being a college student: the opportunity to explore. There are so many ways to be active and engaged in the things you know you love—and just as many ways to discover interests you didn’t even know you had. Our 80+ student organizations are the perfect place to start. To find out more about our student organizations, events for students, to register an event, or to reserve space for an event, please click here to go to our Loch-N Student Portal. Here are some Resources and Forms to help you get started.

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Visit to start a new student organization

5 Steps to Starting a Student Organization. 1. Define the purpose for your student organization. 2. Recruit 5 Members (Current undergraduate or graduate students). 3. Attend training for student organization executive board members. 4. Create a constitution & bylaws for student organizations. 5. Recruit an advisor for the student roganization (advisor must be full-time faculty or staff). Brought to you by Campus Life. Contact Willie Mickell for questions

All returning and new student organizations, must attend RESET to register as a Clayton State Recognized student org.

Please keep in mind that as a recognized student organization, regular CSOL attendance is required.

Every year we recognize those student organizations who are demonstrating excellence and leadership. This year's recipients will be announced at the Annual Division of Student Affairs Student Leadership & Involvement Awards.