Dates Every RSO Leader Should Know

Below are dates that every RSO Leader should know in order to get the most out of their experience: 

Blueprint Event

This event is for first year students in the College to learn about how to get involved with Student Government and upcoming Center for Leadership & Involvement programs programs. Meet CLI staff and student representatives from award-winning organizations. 

Information to be announced for Autumn Quarter 2021

2021-2022 Re-Registration

Every RSO is required to complete an annual Registration process in order to maintain active status and remain eligible for services offered through the Center for Leadership and Involvement and the University. Note that this process is only for current and approved new RSOs who are completing the annual Registration process in order to maintain Active status. Students interested in applying to start a new RSO will need to apply for RSO status through CORSO in the 2020-21 academic year. 

Information to be announced for Autumn Quarter 2021

2021-2022 SOAR Training

SOAR is the annual Recognized Student Organization (RSO) training that is required for organizations to earn or maintain recognized status at the University of Chicago.  In this training, students will: learn university policies that pertain to the success of RSOs, interact with their assigned advisor, and understand how their work impacts the university and the student body.  

Information to be announced for Autumn Quarter 2021

Student Activities Resource Fair (SARF)

The Student Activities and Resource Fair is your chance to meet representatives from hundreds of Registered Student Organizations (RSO) and campus offices who will be available to tell you about what they do and how you can get involved!

Information to be announced for Autumn Quarter 2021

2021-2022 Fall Elections for Student Government College Council Representatives

Information to be announced for Autumn Quarter 2021

2021-2022 Annual Allocations

Annual Allocations occurs once each year from late Winter to Mid-Spring Quarters to allocate funds to RSOs for their events and programs planned for the following year.  AnnAl is a companion funding body to SGFC, and each event can only be funded through one or the other. Visit this page for additional information regarding Annual Allocations Timelines.

TedEd Training: Tuesday, March 9th (Winter Quarter Week 9) until Sunday, April 11th at midnight (Spring Quarter Week 2) 

Funding website opens for budget submissions: Monday, March 22nd (Spring Break Week) until Sunday, April 25th (Spring Quarter Week 5)

RSO Advisor Meetings: Monday, March 29th (Spring Quarter Week 1) until Friday, April 23rd (Spring Quarter Week 4) 

Budget Submissions DUE: Sunday, April 25th  at midnight (Spring Quarter Week 5)

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