Student Organizations

Student Organization Registration

Registration is the process through which Ithaca College officially recognizes student organizations as a part of the college community. Each student organization – new and returning – must register with the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs every year.

Currently the Student Organization Registration Process is closed. And will open again on August 27 at 9am.

A complete list of registered student organization can be found here.

General student organizations may register for the 2014-2015 from August 27, 2014-March 6, 2014. Student organizations that have not registered may not advertise, use Ithaca College resources, or make venue reservations until registration is completed.

A student organization must complete the following steps to register with Ithaca College:

  1. Complete registration form on IC Link.
    ***Please click the registration tab on your organization's profile. Complete those steps. (This tab will be available August 28, 2013.)
  1. Have 10 active members (4 officers- 1 presiding officer; 1 finance manager)
    • You can now go to your IC Link Profile and update your roster.
    • *Remember 10 active members need to be listed above the member list.
  1. A full time Ithaca College employee must agree to be the adviser by signing an Adviser Agreement
  1. A Constitution that states the mission statement, membership and the discrimination clause 
  1. Complete the Officer Requirement:

If you have any questions throughout this process please  contact the OSEMA office 607-274-3222.

New Clubs
To register a new general student organization you must schedule a meeting with Theresa Radley, Assistant Director of Student Involvement, Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs.

To setup a meeting please contact the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs at 607-274-3222 or stop by Egbert 325.

Registered organizations have the ability to create:

  1. Create and have an IC Link profile- giving you access to resources.
     
  2. Access to resources and services offered by Ithaca College:
    • The ability to reserve facilities on campus, with minimal or no rental charge, for meetings and programs.
       
  3. Solicit on campus:
  4. Travel and represent Ithaca College at conferences and programs.
     
  5. Use “Ithaca College” in their names.
     
  6. Apply for funding through Ithaca College.
     
  7. Use the Student Activities Center and all resources found in the facility:
    • Apply for storage in the student organization storage cabinets or in free of charge off campus storage.

Failure to comply with policies implemented by the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs and/or Ithaca College may result in the loss of registration by the student organization or other disciplinary action.