Currently enrolled Western Michigan University students come together to form Registered Student Organizations around common interests. An RSO must include a minimum of four but some consist of more than 200 students. The Student Activities and Leadership Programs office stands ready to support the endeavors of all RSOs. Student Activities staff members engage students in learning and personal development by advising, but not supervising student organizations. Student Activities recognizes nearly 300 RSOs each year at WMU.
Provides a list of all Registered Student Organizations, events they are holding, information about their organization, their members, and the campus community. Click the logo to start exploring now.
Student Activities has hired three graphic design students to produce FREE designs for RSOs. Printing must also be done in the new Resource Center in the lower level of the Bernhard Center. Click the icon above to visit RSO Designs' web page for more information.
Stop by to check out the state-of-the-art center, which hosts 35 RSOs and features a kitchenette and conference room! The Student Organization Center is open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., on the middle floor of the Bernhard Center.
A guide and resource for all RSOs. It contains all pertinent policies and procedures related to creating and maintaining an RSO. The handbook has been updated for the 2013-14 academic year.
Student Activities and Leadership Programs can assist you in learning the University’s policies and procedures regarding the financial aspects of your Registered Student Organization.
The staff of Student Activities is committed to student success and to helping you develop a successful student organization. Staff can assist you in planning and promoting events, facilitating leadership development, setting up your RSO email, web accounts and more.
Do you know of an outstanding student leader, advisor, or RSO who has done something incredible in the past month? Nominate them to be in the Bronco Spotlight! Nominations are due on the first of each month (Example: nominations for outstanding work done in January are due February 1). Award categories include:
Our LEADcorp interns have been hard at working creating specialized programs to bring to your RSO!
These 20-30 minute programs are signed sealed, delivered and YOURS when you sign up on GoRSO.
This semester workshop topics include leadership transitioning, financial resources, understanding
group dynamics, advertising & promotions, and on-campus resources.
To sign up, please visit SALP's GoRSO page; you will find the RSO Improvement Interest Form under the Forms tab on the left side of the page.