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From leadership, to cultural, to just plain fun, Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) at UMSL make it easy to get involved. Students who join RSOs make new friends, learn new skills, and perform better in classes. Plus with over 100 student orgs on campus there's something for everyone!
With so many ways to get involved, you might feel overwhelmed by it all. Fortunately, the OSI is here to help! MyEngage is your hub for involvement opportunities. Want to find an organizations for your interests, or maybe discover a new passion? Interested in joining a leadership program? Visit MyEngage today!
Whether you have questions about how to host an event, how to budget for your org, or even how to start your own student organization, we have the training and resources to help.
Are you an advisor for a student org and have questions about how to help your students succeed or looking to take on the role of advisor? We have answers and resources for you.
Why Join a Student Organization?
Gain Valuable Skills
Student's involved in co-curricular activities also gain valuable skills such as management, budgeting, collaboration, training, conferences, event planning, logistics, communication, conflict management, and much more!
Get Involved on Campus
Almost 400 programs are sponsored or co-sponsored by 100 student organizations each year. Joining an org makes it easy to keep your finger on the pulse of UMSL, network with other students and professionals, and have fun.
Students involved in organizations and activities outside the classroom tend to perform better academically. Student leaders at UMSL have a higher grade point average than the all-campus average.
Learn and Grow
Members of student organizations also have the opportunity to attend training's and programs centered around these topics to enhance their organization and experience at UMSL.