Student Activities helps students find their way by providing a multitude of opportunities to get involved on campus and helping registered student organizations to be successful.
With over 400 registered student organizations (RSOs) from which to choose, students have the opportunity to explore interests, develop academics, and hone leadership skills.
The Redbird Life portal is where involvement begins. Join registered student organizations, find out about campus events, all in one place.
Visit the Student Involvement Center located at 227 Bone Student Center across from Qdoba to learn more about campus involvement and to set up a meeting with one of our campus involvement staff. They are always excited to talk with students about involvement opportunities!
Review the different student organization tabs to learn more about awards, funding, processes, and resources!
Due to COVID-19, there are a number of new policies and procedures affecting RSOs. This does NOT mean that RSOs cannot operate at this time; it just means RSOs may have to rethink how they operate.
The list of changes affecting RSOs for fall 2020 is being implemented in accordance with the University’s response to COVID-19 and to encourage RSO involvement while minimizing risk. If there are any questions regarding the changes, please contact Amy Miller, Registered Student Organizations coordinator, at ajmill2@IllinoisState.edu or (309) 438-3212.
Travel by Sponsored Registered Student Organizations is considered University-sponsored travel. As a result, Sponsored RSOs must follow University guidance and any restrictions related to University-sponsored travel. For information on required University-sponsored travel practices, visit the University Risk Management website.
Travel by Independent Registered Student Organizations is not considered University-sponsored travel. However, Independent RSOs should be aware that restrictions on the use of University fleet vehicles may impact their ability to travel.
Anyone considering travel should refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website Travel during the COVID-19 Pandemic, paying particular attention to state travel restrictions.
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