WSU Clubs & Organizations
At WSU, it's really easy to get involved. Check out the full list of existing clubs and organizations to get more information on over 180 clubs and organizations on campus. If you can't find what you're looking for, or you have a great idea for a new WSU club/organization you can start your own!
Creating a New Club/Organization
First, find at least ten (10) WSU students to join and form a club roster. Talk to WSU staff and faculty to recruit an advisor. Your advisor can be involved as much or as little as your club/organization requires.
Finally, fill out the New Club/Organization Proposal Form. You need to attach your constitution and club roster to this form using the "attach file" button at the top of the page. Once you submit this form, Student Senate will review your proposal. Once the new club/organization is approved, it will be included in the WSU Student Club/Organization Directory.
After this process, your club/organization will be able to reserve rooms in Kryzsko Commons and apply for funding through Student Senate.
Maintaining Official WSU Club/Organization Status
Being an active club/organization at WSU is a privilege. Clubs/organization must keep an active status to be eligible for funding. To keep this recognition the club/organization must adhere to the following:
• Have at least 10 currently enrolled WSU students and attach an updated club roster to the club directory each year
• Updated contact information and constitution on the Club Directory Form
• Participate in a fall and spring club fair.
• Attend all ASO meetings as determined and communicated by the ASO Director.
Each club has a SAFC Student Senator Liaison who can answer any funding questions. See the 2012 Senator Liaison List.
Alliance of Student Organizations (ASO)
What is the Alliance of Student Organizations (ASO)?