Start an RSO

If you can't find a currently Recognized Student Organization (RSO) that meets your interests, then join their ranks by applying to found one of your own!  There are many benefits to becoming an RSO, but also some responsibilities.  Read over the Being an RSO page to decide if you think starting an RSO is right for you.

Application Requirements

Find out what steps you must take to start an RSO.

Application Timeline

Learn about the application process and submission guidelines.

Resources

Consult the CORSO Best Practices guide to craft a strong application.

Approved RSOs for the 2019-2020 cycle

Welcome to the newest members of our RSO community:

Chicago Peace Corps
Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraterny - Alpha Psi Chapter
Exploring Race
Harris Community Action
Hickam's Dictum
JAMAA
John Quincy Adams Society (JQAS)
Lean On Me
Mesa at The University of Chicago
National Society of Black Engineers
Native American Law Students Association
NeXus Dance Collective
Politcal Analytics
Russian Undergraduate Student Association
Science4Kids
Social Science and Humanities Majors of Color
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Soul Umoja
Students for Sensible Drug Policy, UChicago Chapter
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space at UChicago (SEDS-UChicago)
TableTop Tuesdays
TAMID Group
The Glass Eyeball
The Paul Douglas Institute
The Society for Molecular Engineering
UChicago Impact Investing Group
UChicago Investing Forum
UChicago MannMukti
UChicago Quantum Society
UChicago UNICEF
UChicago Veteran Scholars League 
University of Chicago Audubon Chapter
University of Chicago Southeast Asia Society

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