Updates to the database for fall 2014 are due Wednesday, October 1st by 5pm
Recognition for all returning clubs is due by Wednesday, October 1st by 5pm. If you are a new/forming organization please contact the LIVE Office located in Wood Center.
We've broken the Student Organizations Registration Process down into easy steps:
1) Update your organization's student organizations database entry
2) Complete an Account Signers Form. (required once a year)
3) Have at least one officer of your student organization attend an officer training.
CLICK HERE TO LOG IN to the Student Organizations Database (UA LEAD) to access your organization and/or update new info.
If you can't log in to the database contact the Student Organizations office to be added as a user for your organizations--send your UA username (same as your UA email address) to UAFfirstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 474-1959.
Student Organizations Officer Training
All UAF Student Organizations are required to send at least one member to an officer training once per semester. Organizations are strongly encouraged to send a member who has not previously attended a training.
Organizations are welcome to bring more than one officer. Information presented will be the same at both training sessions.
Training will be offered:
Thursday, February 6th at 7pm in the Wood Center Ballroom
& Saturday, February 8th at 2pm in the Gruening 208
Both events will be catered.
Click the picture above or click here to register your organization.
If you have any questions please drop in and see us in Wood Center, email Jared Conard at email@example.com, or call 474-1959.
Everything you've ever wanted to know about gettting and spending your club money, now available in a handy "Cheat Sheet!"
Student Organizations Community Calendar
make sure your club is listed!
To add an event to the calendar, please e-mail UAFfirstname.lastname@example.org or call 474-1959.
The authorized use of university space by an organization does not imply endorsement by the university of the organization, or its views, goals or objectives. Rather, it reflects the university's commitment to a campus environment supportive of free expression through reasoned discourse, or, in some cases, merely a rental of space at standard rates.