How to Become a Recognized Student Organization
In order to be a Recognized Student Organization (RSO) at Stanislaus State for the 2021-2022 Academic Year, the organization must complete the following.
Register a NEW Student Organization (November 1st through December 31st) :
- Have at least five enrolled (matriculated) students, three to hold officer positions of President, Treasurer, and Student Event Coordinator (SEC).
- A 2.0 grade point average for organization officers.
- Create a constitution for your organization. Here is our Sample Consitution.
- Complete the ASI Student Organization Administrative Account Agreement to have an on-campus account.
- Complete all required officer trainings after they have been assigned to you via Canvas.
- Log-in to warriorlife.csustan.edu and Register your organization on WarriorLife.
Register a previously Recognized Student Organizations (May 1st through August 31st) :
- Please complete all of the requirements for new organization above, and submit a registraton form on WarriorLife.
- Complete Officer Agreement Form.
If you need to change your officers after you submit your registration form, please complete an Organization Change Form on WarriorLife.
Student Organization Officer Training:
All Recognized Student Organization (RSO) Faculty/Staff Advisors are encouraged to attend Advisor Rountable discussions provided by Student Leadership and Development.
For more information about the Advisor role, please visit the Student Organization Handbook, page 28.
All Presidents must complete the officer training each year. Only the President will be able to submit the WarriorLife registration form. The Presidents will have access to the group on the WarriorLife and can give access permissions to other officers.
Student Event Coordinator Training
All Student Event Coordinators must complete the officer training in order to utilize the 25Live reservation and WarriorLife event system. The Student Event Coordinator is the only position responsible for entering events into the 25Live reservations system.
All Treasurers must complete officer training, provided by ASI via WarriorLife, to discuss policies and procedures related to their RSO on-campus account.
Contact Name: Maria Marquez Mendoza
Phone Number: (209) 667-3833
Recognized Student Organizations are able to:
- Recruit members on campus
- Reserve University and Student Center space for meetings and social functions on campus
- Post material in appropriate locations around campus
- Receive an organization mailbox, located in the Office of Student Leadership & Development
- Receive on-campus accounting services through ASI
- Hold food fundraisers or special events that enable your RSO to raise funds for the organization or a chosen charitable/philanthropic purpose.
- Advising from the Office of Student Leadership and Development on the following:
- Special Event Planning
- Leadership and Officer Training
- WarriorLife Implementation for your RSO
Please contact your SLD Advisor for questions:
Julie Anaya, Coordinator for Student Organizations & Fraternity/Sorority Life
SLD Office: 209-667-3778
Michell Mercado Aguirre / Student Organization Intern / firstname.lastname@example.org
Gisselle Morales / Fraternity/Sorority Life Intern / email@example.com
Deanna Morales / Student Events Intern / firstname.lastname@example.org