Registered student organizations (RSO)
Re-Registration Process, Fall 2016

Michigan State University has over 700 registered Student Organizations; there is something for everyone here at State! RSOs cover a wide range of topics and interest areas, including but not limited to: academic, business, environmental, international, political, racial/ethnic, religious, women’s interests, and sports and leisure.

The Department of Student Life recognizes these organizations with the University through an annual registration process, starting August 1st. Once registered, RSOs can plan and sponsor activities on campus, apply for funding, and participate at events.

RSO Alphabetical Listing (2016-2017)

The Department of Student Life publishes the Registered Student Organization (RSO) Directory on the Community link below. The variety of MSU student organizations is illustrated by the diversity in the Directory’s listings. Learn more about the organizations through their statement of purpose and contact persons.

If any of your information is incorrect, or if you have information that you would like to add, please email stulife @msu.edu. If your information is not listed above, that means that you may have not successfully registered in community for the current school year. If you have questions about the community registration process please refer to the tutorial video below. If you have any further questions after viewing the video please email stulife@msu.edu.

Student Organization Sample Constitution

University Financial Accounts

♦ In order to maintain or open an account, both the Application for Agency Account and the Authorized Signature Forms must be completed, printed, signed, and submitted with original signatures to Student Life, 101 Student Services Building.

Information for Registered Student Organizations