Create a Student Organization
Step 1: Complete the Student Organization Request to Organize Form
The Student Organization Request to Organize Form may be found on the MARQUEE student organization platform under the Forms tab or access the form here.
Submit the form on MARQUEE. Visit the Office of Engagement and Inclusion (Office of Engagement and Inclusion), AMU 121, if you experience any issues with submitting the form.
Step 2: Gather Electronic Signatures of Interested Students
After you have submitted the form, Office of Engagement and Inclusion will contact you with instructions on how to gain the electronic signatures of at least five (5) other students that are also interested in creating the organization. This will also take place through the MARQUEE platform.
Please note the semesterly deadlines below regarding when our process ends each semester.
Step 3: Meet with Office of Engagement and Inclusion
After your deadline for gathering electronic signatures, Office of Engagement and Inclusion will arrange a meeting with you to discuss plans for your organization, and to review the approval timeline. This includes, but is not limited to, creating an organization constitution and securing an advisor for the organization (a faculty or staff member that works for the University).
Please note that an organization will not be allowed to have a final approval meeting without securing an advisor for the organization.
Step 4: Organizational Approval
In order to gain full recognition, your organization must receive approval from Office of Engagement and Inclusion.
After your organization has been approved, all new organizations will be required to attend a training to acquaint the group with all relevant student organization policies, procedures, and campus resources.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Student Organization Request to Organize form is temporarily closed until further notice. Our staff will continue to work with groups that have submitted a request prior to March 9.
No form submissions will be processed for the fall semester after December 1. Any Request to Organize submitted after that date will be addressed at the start of the spring semester and may not be eligible for representation at the Winter O-Fest.
No form submissions will be processed for the spring semester after May 1. Any Request to Organize submitted after that date will be addressed at the start of the fall semester and may not be eligible for representation at Fall O-Fest.