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Organization Duplication

Due to limited resources (students, financial, and staff), the duplication of organizations is strictly prohibited. Each organization must have a unique mission, purpose, and name. CSEI will analyze each organization to ensure all organizations can function and thrive at the university.


Greek Affiliated Organizations

At this time, the University of Baltimore does not recognize Greek affiliated entities (fraternities or sororities) on campus, as such; Greek organizations are not supported by CSEI.


Registering a New Student Organization

Step 1: Interest Form

Student will submit an interest form on CampusGroups requesting to start a new organization. The student will need to provide the name and purpose of the organization, have a name of their potential advisor, etc.

**If an organizations Initial Interest form is submitted and there is a similar organization already established, the organizations leaders will be encouraged to participate in the established organization since there cannot be duplication of organizations.

Step 2: New Organization Checklist

After the Interest form is completed and turned in via CampusGroups, the Student Engagement and Inclusion Coordinator will email a New Organization Checklist to be completed and emailed back.

Step 3: Registration and Meeting with Student Engagement and Inclusion Coordinator

Once the new organization checklist is submitted and approved, the student will be able to begin registering their new organization via CampusGroups by clicking on ‘Organizations’ and then the blue ‘Register New Organization’ button.

Once the registration has been submitted, the Student Engagement and Inclusion Coordinator will set up an initial meeting and student organization training for those individuals who will be primary officers. All other officers are encouraged to attend this meeting.

Once this meeting is complete, the Student Engagement and Inclusion Coordinator will approve the registration and the organization will become active. The officers will be notified of the registration approval, and the President, Advisor, and other primary officers will be given administration access.

The Student Engagement and Inclusion Coordinator will make initial contact with the Advisor and provide them with Advisor expectations and the Advisor manual.

Please visit the Student Organization Policies & Procedures to learn more about Student Organizations Tier System.