One of the goals of Student Activities is to help students make connections on campus and maximize their college experience through student organizations. We have about 400 orgs from which to choose, so there’s something for everyone. And if there’s not, you can create one! Becoming a member of a student organization helps you meet new people, develop leadership skills, and promote your interests while in college.
Student Activities oversees the registration and approval process, classroom reservations, OrgSync, and the assignment of office spaces, among other things.
This web site is designed to serve as a resource for members, advisors, and students involved in student organizations. You’ll be able to search the organizational database, find forms, and find answers to questions about policies and procedures. Still have questions? Contact us at 940-565-3807 or email@example.com.
See Organization Resources for forms and handbooks for your student organization.
Looking to get involved? We have about 400 registered organizations, from academic to sport to spiritual and more. Click here to launch the student org database.
OrgSync is an online program that helps connect students to organizations, departments and events on campus. It also helps officers manage student organization functions and procedures, like budgets, document maintenance and event planning, all in one place. OrgSync helps connect student organizations to Student Activities resources, training materials, policies and procedures, as well as resume and co-curricular transcript options for student leaders.
To learn more, check out this video. To join, click here to create your personal profile. Once you decide to become a member of an organization, then you can request (or be invited) to be a member in their organizational portal in OrgSync.
Many organizations post their meetings and events to our online calendar. To see what’s going on, click here.
Many of our forms related to student org functions are stored within OrgSync and can be found by logging in and clicking on Forms. Most can (and are required to) be completed online and submitted within OrgSync. However, we do have some public forms, which can be found by clicking here.
Students and student organizations may be disciplined and sanctioned for hazing under the UNT Code of Student Conduct. For more information about hazing and resources to stop hazing, please click here and contact the Dean of Students at 940-369-STOP.