Resources for Student Organizations
The Student Resource Guide is a comprehensive document that includes information on student organization executive board, programming, and funding requirements. This document also includes information about the multiple resources available to students across campus. The information within the Student Resource Guide benefits student organization members and non-members.
Each student organization’s executive board is required to meet with the Assistant Director for Student Activities and Engagement regularly. These meetings are informative and provide space for each organization to receive guidance as they plan programs, engage students, and build communities at Eastman. The Assistant Director for Student Activities and Engagement serves as the sole advisor for each student organization in addition to any faculty advisors selected by the organization.
Each student organization must adhere to the programming requirements set forth in the Student Resource Guide. As such, student organizations must evaluate each of its programs utilizing the form below. The Program Evaluation must be submitted for each event throughout the academic year. Furthermore, student organizations are required to complete the Program Evaluation form for any General Interest Meetings held.
*General Member meetings require one Program Evaluation per semester
Schedule a meeting with the Assistant Director for Student Activities and Engagement to discuss your interests. Bring your ideas and interested members along to this meeting. Utilize the scheduling link below to find a time.
Schedule an interest tabling event to recruit members. This tabling should be in a general space for students to learn about the upcoming opportunity of the organization. More guidance will be shared in the initial interest meeting with the Assistant Director.
Plan a General Interest Meeting (GIM) with the students recruited at the tabling event. This meeting will be open to all students interested in joining the organization from the start. Minimal funding may be provided to host the GIM upon request.
Plan an event for the campus with the the Office for Student Activities. This event should be engaging and open to the student body and work to establish the organization on campus. Success of the event will determine how the organization moves forward in the following steps.
Provide proof of membership (at least 5 active members), executive board, and constitution. Each of these items will be acquired along with the completion of the previous steps. Final paperwork submission will prompt the organizations consideration for recognition status by the Students’ Association.