Get Involved, Stay Involved

Are you looking to meet people with common interests, build experience for your resume or enhance communication skills? Join thousands of students involved in about 150 student organizations over campus. The opportunities are endless and the skills you learn can be applied long after you graduate.

National research shows that students who are involved in activities outside of class have better grades, feel more connected to their university/college, and graduate in less time than students who are not involved.

Join us for our annual campus traditions, Mainstreet and Sidestreet. These two campus events are a great way to connect with different student organizations, departments and services on campus to see all the wonderful opportunities waiting for you.

Start a Student Organization

Any enrolled St. Cloud State student can start a student organization by completing the following steps:

  1. Develop a constitution or bylaws using the constitution template (MS Word). This template can also be downloaded from the Department of Campus Involvement's HuskiesConnect profile.

  2. Officers must be enrolled St. Cloud State students (must have a President, Vice President and Treasurer)

  3. Membership must include at least five St. Cloud State students and can include the three offices as listed above.

  4. Have a student organization adviser who is a current St. Cloud State employee.

Step 1: Online New Organization Registration

Collect the information listed above and complete the registration form on HuskiesConnect.

  • Log into HuskiesConnect with StarID and password
  • Click "Organization" on top navigation bar
  • Click "Register An Organization" button on left side
  • Click the blue "Register A New Organization" button

Step 2: Policy and Training

Meet with Student Organizations staff members and to learn about HuskiesConnect. This meeting will be set up through email once online application is received.

Note: Sport clubs, fraternities and sororities may have additional requirements to form a new student organization. These requirements will be explained during the Step 1 meeting with a Student Organizations staff member. Questions regarding sport clubs can be directed to the Coordinator of Intramurals and Sport Clubs at (320) 308-3923. Fraternity and Sorority questions can be directed to the Assistant Director for Campus Involvement at (320) 308-2205.

Student Organization Resources


Policies and helpful information for registered student organizations.

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Budget and Finance

Process payments and better understand your student organization account.

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Events and Travel Planning

Here are tips, documents and forms to help with your planning your events.

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Mainstreet and Sidestreet

Connect with other organizations and promote and recruit for your own.

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Our student involvement online platform of all registered student organizations and more.


Advisor Resources

Resources for effective and successful advisement of a student organization.

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Your Student Organization Newsletter

E-blast is a bi-weekly electronic newsletter sent to the leaders of student organizations. Topics include fundraising, volunteering, events, training opportunities and policy updates.

It is highly encouraged for student organizations to submit their events, programs, meetings, etc. by completing the online E-blast submission form

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