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The re-recognition process opened on August 1, 2018 and will close today, December 14, 2018 at 5 pm. Organizations who fail to complete the process will not have an opportunity to re-recognize their organization until the process opens again on August 1, 2019. Students who wish to start a new student organization can do so until March 8, 2019.

Below are the steps of re-recognition as a reminder:

Step 1: Complete Registration on IC Engage (formally Orgsync)

On Orgsync, student organizations would submit a form where they would provide the names of their ten members and upload a screenshot of their updated profile and constitution. A common frustration with this process was the recognition form was not connected to the actual student organization profile. Therefore, the profile did not accurately represent the most up-to-date roster of the student organizations.

On Engage, student organizations will now re-register their profile. This includes updating the organization page, roster (must have at least ten active members which must include 4 officers – 1 presiding officer, 1 finance manager), and uploading an updated constitution that includes a mission statement, membership and non-discrimination clause.

Step 2: Have a full time Ithaca College employee agree to be the advisor by completing an Advisor Agreement

On Orgsync, once the returning student organization recognition form was submitted, an advisor agreement was automatically sent to the advisor’s e-mail to review and approve. Unfortunately Engage does not currently offer this convenient feature, therefore advisors must complete the form separately:

All advisors must complete the Advisor Agreement form. This link is also available on the Office of Student Engagement website.

Step 3: Complete the Officer Training

On Orgsync, once the returning student organization recognition form was submitted, the quizzes were automatically sent to the officer’s e-mail to complete. Unfortunately Engage does not currently offer this feature, therefore all officers must complete the quiz separately.

Student organization officers must complete a quiz as a part of the recognition process. Officers are encouraged to read the student organization guidebook or Student Organization Resource Book. The President and two officers must complete the officer quiz. Treasurers must complete the treasurer quiz.

Step 4: Attend a Re-Recognition Workshop

This is a new step that was introduced in Spring 2018. Many student organizations completed 1/3 of the workshop requirement by attending a transition workshop offered in April. We will be offering these again in April 2019. 

The President, Treasurer and one Officer must attend one Re-Recognition Workshop. All workshop dates are available on the Office of Student Engagement website.

Special thanks to all the wonderful student organizations who have already completed the process! Those organizations are listed below:

 

  • 24 Hour Theatre
  • A Cure for Kids
  • Acahti Players Improv Group
  • Accidentals A Cappella
  • Active Minds
  • African Latino Society (ALS)
  • African Students Association (ASA)
  • After Dark, IC
  • Aging and Gerontological Education Society (AGES)
  • American Advertising Federation (AAF)
  • American Choral Directors Association (ACDA)
  • American Marketing Association (AMA)
  • American String Teacher’s Association (ASTA)
  • American Red Cross
  • Amnesty International
  • Anime Club
  • Anthropological Society
  • Art Club, Ithaca College
  • Asian American Alliance
  • Association of Health Professionals (ICAHP)
  • Audio Engineering Society
  • Bell People, IC
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • Bomberthon, IC
  • Books Thru Bars
  • Broadway Bound
  • Brothers for Brothers (B4B)
  • Bureau of Concerts (BOC)
  • Buzzsaw
  • Caribbean Students Association
  • Catholic Community, IC
  • Chabad
  • Challah for Hunger
  • Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA)
  • Christians on the Road to Emmaus (CORE)
  • Circle K
  • Colleges Against Cancer
  • Core Trading Consultants
  • Curls and Coils
  • DEAR @ IC
  • Distinct
  • Docs, IC
  • Drop Knowledge Project
  • Drone Squadron, IC
  • Embrace
  • Engineering Club
  • Environmentalists, IC
  • Event Planners of Ithaca College (EPIC)
  • Exercise Science Club
  • Feminists United
  • Festival of Black Gospel (FBG)
  • First Generation Organization
  • Flute Association
  • Food for Thought
  • Future’s Club
  • Game Developers Club
  • Gamer Symphony Orchestra, Ithaca College
  • Girl Up, IC
  • Guiding Eyes for the Blind
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Health Education & Physical Education (HPPE)
  • Her Campus
  • HiFashion Studios
  • Hillel
  • History Club
  • Human Expression Through the Arts (HEARD)
  • Humans vs. Zombies
  • Impact, IC
  • Intercambios
  • International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
  • International Club
  • International Tuba Euphonium Association
  • iSign
  • Italian Club
  • Ithaca Athletic Training Students’ Association (IATSA)
  • Ithaca Developers Environment
  • Ithacappella
  • Jazz Club, IC
  • Macabre Theatre Ensemble
  • Math Club
  • Melee, IC
  • Mental Health Awareness for Musicians Association
  • Mixed, IC
  • Musicians of Color and Allies, IC
  • National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
  • National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
  • National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
  • New York Film & Television Student Alliance
  • New York State Band Director’s Association
  • Nutrition Club
  • One Love, IC
  • Open Mic Night
  • Pagan Community
  • Passion Project
  • Peer Mentor Program
  • Percussive Arts Society at Ithaca College (PASIC)
  • Physical Therapy Association
  • Pitch Please
  • Planned Parenthood Generation Action
  • Play Project, IC
  • PODER
  • Premium Blend
  • Prism
  • Project Generations
  • Project Sunshine
  • Protestant Community
  • Proud, IC
  • Public and Community Health Student Association
  • Public Relations Student Society of American (PRSSA)
  • Queen Strength
  • Random Acts of Kindness
  • Republicans, IC
  • Residence Hall Association (RHA)
  • Routine Disturbances
  • Saxophone Society
  • Second Stage, IC
  • Senior Class
  • Sister 2 Sister
  • Society of Physics Students (SPS)
  • Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)
  • Spectrum
  • Spit That
  • Spoon University
  • Sport Management Association
  • Stand Up, IC
  • Student Activities Board (SAB)
  • Student Alliance for Israel (SAFI)
  • Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC)
  • Student Governance Council (SGC)
  • Student Occupational Therapy Assoication (ICSOTA)
  • Student Volunteers for Special Olympics (SVSO)
  • Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP)
  • Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT)
  • Tabletop, IC
  • Theatrists Theatrics
  • Trombone Troupe, Ithaca College
  • Unites For HER, IC
  • Vietnamese Student Association
  • Voicestream, IC
  • Wheels for Women
  • Women in Business Network
  • Women in Communications, IC
  • Women in Computing, IC
  • Women in Music
  • Young Entrepreneurs Organization

 Any questions about re-recognition or student organizations can be directed to Mary Holland-Bavis at meholland@ithaca.edu.

 

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