Student Organizations

Learn About SDSU's Student Organizations

Whether you're a student leader, an advisor, a member of an existing organization or looking to start a new one: here's where you'll find everything you need to know about student organization events, policies, procedures, services, and resources.

With more than 300 different student organizations (see List of Student Organizations) at SDSU, there's guaranteed to be something here for you!

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What are student organizations all about?

SDSU's student organizations cover a wide range of interests and involve all sorts of students.

You might be interested in recreation, honors societies, cultural groups, professional development organizations, multicultural societies—or maybe starting your own student organization. Whatever your interest, you'll find information about how to get involved through SDSU's Student Life & Leadership office.

Check out the SLL events page for latest SDSU news & events!

How can we help you?

SDSU's Student Life & Leadership office has a dedicated Student Organization Team.

We provide consultation on campus policies and procedures, and help organizations with many aspects of planning such as:

Event Application System (EAS).

Information for Campanile Foundation, tax ID number, and sources of funding.

Student Organization Leadership Development Program (SOLD) and Student Organization Development.

We collaborate across campus with students, faculty, staff, advisors, Associated Students — the entire campus community — to better serve you.


Student life walk-in advising

Michele Mignogna

[email protected]

For academic based, honor societies, sports clubs, Associated Students, and Imperial Valley Campus student organizations.

Noon - 2 pm (Student Life & Leadership)

Tierney Harrison 

[email protected]

For cultural political, recreational and religious organizations.

11 am - noon (Center for Intercultural Relations)

3 - 4 pm (Center for Intercultural Relations)

Late Night Tuesdays
11:30 am - 8 pm

Matthew H. Garcia 

[email protected]

For fraternity and sorority life chapters, councils and auxiliary groups.

By appointment 


[email protected]

For leadership and service & support organizations.

By appointment
Late Night Thursdays
11:30 am - 8 pm


[email protected]

For Comuter Life programs.

11 am - 12 pm (Student Life & Leadership)

Late Night Mondays
11:30 am - 8 pm


News and Announcements

How to Become a Recognized Student Organization (RSO)

RSO Application Steps for Approval on Biteable. For full details on the recogntion process, please visit Start or Renew and Organization.

Work Space and Basement Space Applications

Spring Work space & basement storage apps due Jan 27 by 4:30p

Visit this page to complete applications: Information for Student Organizations