Registered Student Organizations

Why get involved?

Involvement means to participate in campus life outside of attending class. Involvement can include attending university events, joining student groups, working on campus, being a fan of UALR athletics, and much more. Membership is a way to become involved in your academic or professional field and to connect with students while you have a good time. Whether you are interested in politics, a certain culture or religious affiliations, there is a group for you. Other opportunities are:

 

What are the benefits of student organizations?

  • Use the university facilities
  • Participate in university programs as an organization
  • Reserve meeting space
  • Conduct fundraisers on campus
  • Participate in information fairs
  • Apply for & spend university allocated funds
  • Be listed in university publications, websites, and newsletters

 

How do I start?

  • Visit the list of registered student organizations.
  • View a list of officers and e-mail addresses or request information. Many student groups have open membership and accept members throughout the school year.
  • Visit the Student Organization’s Program Coordinator in the Office of Campus Life in DSC 216.
  • Attend a Student Organization Fair. Visit information tables set up and meet representatives from various student organizations. These organization fairs are held at the beginning of each semester.
  • Keep your eyes open. Student groups are constantly hosting events or posting flyers advertising for clubs, events and activities.

 

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