Starting a new club
To become an officially recognized SGA Club, clubs must:
Have at least 14 members, including the four officers, and one advisor (a member of
the faculty, staff or the administration). Each club or organization must be nonprofit,
non-discriminate and run by students.
New SGA Club Form stating the purpose of the new club and write a club constitution to be approved
by the SGA Constitution Committee.
**Sports clubs must also submit signed copies of the
Club Sports Participation Agreement from each member.
Maintaining club status
To maintain recognition within SGA and receive funding, clubs and organizations must:
Send its President and Treasurer to one finance meeting held each semester with the
SGA Budget Finance Committee.
Submit a record of all meeting agendas and minutes using the meeting minute submission
Follow all budgetary procedures as outlined below.
Submit a current list of the officers to the Coordinating Vice President and SGA Office
Complete any programming requirements as outlined by the constitution.
Adhere to the
SGA Non-Hazing Policy.
Losing club recognition or funding
Failure to abide by the
SGA Constitution and its By-Laws Failure to meet the requests made by the SGA Student Senate regarding finances, constitutions,
Extenuating circumstances deemed necessary by the Student Senate
Inactivity for a period of three (3) consecutive semesters
What else do you need to know?
Once your club is recognized by SGA, you can use the
Club Resource page to navigate requesting a budget and using Presence to submit meeting minutes and track event attendance.
In the video below, Amanda Schuler, the Student Government Association Office Manager,
guides students through some basics of being a club member.