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Student Involvement and Leadership

Student Organizations

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About Student Organizations at Wright State

Wright State University is home to more than 200 registered student organizations that fall into a variety of categories, including academic, coordinating, cultural, honorary, media, recreational, religious, residential, social, Greek, and special interest. During the academic year, these organizations hold events, raise money for numerous philanthropies, volunteer in the Greater Dayton area, offer leadership opportunities for their members, and promote diversity on campus—all while having fun! Stop by Student Involvement and Leadership (019 Student Union) or join us on Engage to see which organization(s) you would like to join.

Engage

Members of student organizations use Engage to manage their communications and help coordinate activities and calendars.

New Users: Set Up Your Personal Account

With your personal account now set up, you will be able to access the public student organization pages

Join a Student Organization

  • Login to your Engage account.
  • Click on Organizations in the menu bar at the top of the page.
  • Search for organizations by keyword or category.
  • Click on an organization you're interested in.
  • Click the blue Join button on that organization's page or reach out to the president listed under Officers.

Register a New Student Organization

  • Login to your Engage account.
  • Click on Organizations in the menu bar at the top of the page.
  • On the left, under Organizations, click the gray Register an Organization button.
  • At the bottom of the new page, click the blue Register a New Organization button.
  • Follow the instructions.
  • The organization's president and treasurer are required to register for and attend training, which is found under the Eventstab on Engage. 

Registered Student Organization Requirements

In order to become a registered student organization, you must provide and complete the following minimum requirements:

  • One president *
  • One treasurer *
  • One advisor (full-time faculty or staff member)
  • A constitution 
  • Minimum of six members
  • The president and treasurer must complete leadership role-specific training. Contact Courtney Laukitis for more information on the training requirements and schedule.

* President and treasurer cannot hold multiple executive board positions.

Policies and Procedures

View the Student Organization Policies and Procedures.