To maintain active status each RSO must complete the annual re-registration process through Blueprint and complete a leadership training. RSOs must fulfill both of these requirements to remain eligible for services offered through the Center for Leadership and Involvement and the University including:
- Access to RSO Advisors
- Eligibility for Undergraduate Student Government Funding
- Authorization to post notices to the campus community
- Host events for the campus community
- Use Blueprint, the student involvement management system, to manage your organization and promote events.
Both processes occur during the first few weeks of Fall Quarter to ensure that you have the tools you need to start the year, meet important members of our staff and the RSO Leader community, as well as, gain more leadership skills.
Learn more at the SOAR - RSO Training Page. In the required training, students will learn University policies that pertain to the success of RSOs, meet with their assigned advisor, and understand how their RSO involvement impacts the University and the student body.
Organization training varies depending on the scope of your organization (as determined in the Needs-Based Advising Model):
Orange, Green, Blue, Purple, Community Service, and Sports Club RSOs: SOAR Training
Date: Saturday, October 7th, 2023 at 10am in Mandel Hall
Your RSO must also re-register on Blueprint each Fall Quarter to maintain active status. See more details at the link below:
The Blueprint re-registration process is only for current and approved RSOs. Students interested in applying to start a new RSO will need to apply for RSO status during the Fall Quarter application period. Please see the Start an RSO page on our website for more information about the process and application requirements.