Student Clubs and Organizations

Get Involved, Get Connected!

The Office of Student Activities, Involvement & Leadership provides oversight to multiple organizations including the Mines Activities Council (MAC), the Board of Student Organizations (BSO), seven fraternities, four sororities, and over 250 registered student organizations. We strive to make sure that every student has a place that they feel like they belong on our campus!

What will you get out of being part of a student org?

Student organizations help you learn all kinds of skills plus you will make friends and have fun.

  1. Exhibit responsible decision-making and accountability for themselves and peers
  2. Develop critical and reflective thinking abilities throughout their programmatic efforts
  3. Exhibit the ability to work effectively with those different from themselves
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of group dynamics and effective teamwork
  5. Develop a range of leadership skills and abilities such as effectively leading change, resolving conflict and motivating others
  6. Grow in understanding of organizational knowledge from a range of areas including policies, procedures, finances, planning and more.

If you would like to get involved, start by looking at current organizations on Engage.

Once your Engage account is all set up, browse organizations to find one you’re interested in. If you can’t find an organization that you’d be interested in, follow these instructions for starting a new student organization.



Orgs’ CashNet pages can be accessed through this LINK


Getting started on Engage

Create your club on Engage:

  1. Open Engage.
  2. Go to the Organizations tab
  3. Press Register an Organization
  4. Follow the steps to submit a request for a new organization to the SAIL office.
  5. Email BSO President

Sample club documents and information about treasurer training can be found here.

Manage Your Club on Engage

  1. Open Engage.
  2. Go to the Organizations tab and find your organization’s page.
  3. Click Manage Organization.