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Student Organization Officer Orientation dates

January 9, 2009

The Office of Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement (SLiCE) offers several Student Organization Officer Orientation sessions each semester as an introduction into the policies and procedures associated with: leading a student organization, event planning, managing student organization financial accounts and access to student organization funding.

Officer orientation required for recognition as student organization

Officer Orientation is a required component of the annual registration process for all student organizations wishing to be recognized by the University. The SLiCE office maintains the official registration database for all registered student organizations at CSU.

Spring 2009 officer orientation dates

All officer orientation programs take place in the Lory Student Center. The Spring 2009 officer orientation dates and specific locations are as follows:

Tuesday, Feb. 3, at 4 p.m. – LSC 224-226

Wednesday, Feb. 18, at noon – LSC 224-226

Monday, March 9 at 4 p.m. – LSC 224-226

Registration process

Registration is an annual process and includes three easy steps:

1) complete a registration packet (available on-line)

2) attend an officer orientation (two officers minimum required to attend. Other members and advisors are welcome)

3) maintain an updated and approved constitution in the SLiCE office

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Benefits of being registered

Benefits of being a registered student organization include:

  • Free marketing
  • Free use of Resource Room
  • Free use of the Student Organization work space
  • Free use of various University meeting rooms and facilities (certain areas may have rental fees)
  • Opportunity to request student fee funds from ASCSU, grant money from Diversity, Travel & programming grants (some stipulations apply)
  • Use of mailboxes, display cases & canopies
  • Opportunity to apply for storage space
  • Free advertising in the Collegian through Club Clips sponsored by ASCSU
  • Reduced advertisement rates in the Collegian
  • Use of the Flea Market
  • Assistance with fundraising activities

Contact: Deanna Leone
E-mail: Deanna.Leone@ColoState.edu
Phone: (970) 491-6349