There are many ways to get involved through Associated Students. You can browse all of our boards and committees at the Current Organizations link. You can also get involved in student government. If you have a passion about an issue and see that A.S. doesn’t have an existing path for this interest, you can look at How to Make Your Own Group. The How to Get Funding link will explain the different ways you can get funding for your group. Do you want take that next step and get involved? The Committee on Committee link is a site which will list out what opportunities there are as well as let you search for opportunities based on your interest.
See all of the different groups that are part of Associated Students
The Flacks intern serves as a concrete bridge between the students, the administration, and the university community.
This is the process by which you can start your own group
What’s the process that you get funding for your group?
The CoC mission is to help you find out about all the opportunities waiting for you in Associated Students. With over 30 A.S groups and another 30 campus student organizations, it’s easy to find a place to get involved. On the website, committees, boards, and groups post their openings and provide you with the details needed to apply.