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Student Organizations represent a very integral part of the campus community. Clayton State currently has over 80 student organizations representing student interests in everything from cultural awareness to medical professions to fraternities and sororities.
Some plan campus activities and some serve as peer support. Student organizations represent who you are as a student. They are your peers, your colleagues, your friends. Being a member of a student organization is a great way to stay involved!
Click on the Recognized Student Organizations tab to view a complete listing of Student Organizations.
If there is still something missing after checking out all the different ways to get involved and the 80 plus organizations offered at Clayton State, why not start a new student organization?
The process for starting a student organization is a straight-forward process and designed to challenge sponsoring students to develop their vision into a mission! Click on the How to Start a Student Organization tab for the step by step process.
The Registration Enrichment Support and Educational Training (RESET) program is a new initiative intended to ensure that student organization leaders are properly equipped to lead their organizations successfully and utilize all of the available resources provided by the Department of Campus Life.
The goals of RESET are to:
The first step in becoming a recognized student organization is to attend the RESET Registration Workshop. The President or approved alternate must attend the RESET Registration Workshop to represent the Student Organization.
Community by Symplicity is an all-inclusive web-based solution allowing students to manage their student organizations while enhancing involvement on campus here at Clayton State. Community brings students together with online engagement, social networking, email marketing, and event management tools.
Student Organizations can manage their groups, rosters, and activities including scheduling events and advertising them to the entire student body and monitoring their budgets.
Students should log into Community to view all recognized student organizations, their contact information, and upcoming events. Students can also connect with their peers and communicate across campus through discussions, polls, and blogs.
Click the Community for Student Organizations tab to go directly to the site and for a step by step guide to navigating Community, view the Community Quick Step Guide located on the Student Organizations Resources & Forms page.
Click on the RESET tab for a complete listing of scheduled workshops.
The Council of Student Organization Leaders, CSOL was established to ensure that student organizations operate effectively and efficiently at the maximum potential by providing an open platform for collaboration and exchange of ideas and thoughts from other student organization leaders. The council is comprised of an executive member from each recognized student organization and CSOL meetings are held monthly.
At Clayton State, advisors of student organizations are not chaperones. They are educators, individuals with an incredible capacity to influence students as they navigate the real-life lessons of leadership and involvement. The Department of Campus Life deeply values the role that advisors play in the lives of our students and desires to provide them with the resources and information necessary to fulfill this vital responsibility. Click on the Advisor Forms and Resources tab for additional advisor information.
Here at Clayton State University, we are confident that Student Organizations can do exceptional things, that they can be far more than just another club. The Department of Campus Life is ready and willing to provide student organizations with resources that can make them extraordinary.