Student Organization Resources
OrgSync is an online platform that student organizations can use to maintain their operations, communicate internally, and reach out to prospective new members. The site has many features that make organization management a breeze! Students can access the full list of registered and active student organizations to see which ones they might like to join, and see what events are happening on campus. Students can search for organizations based on categories or interests.
To learn more about student organizations at Ithaca College, please visit OrgSync today!
Student Activities Center
The Student Activities Center, in 311 Egbert Hall, is a general student organization space that serves as a resource center for student organizations.Students are encouraged to stop by the SAC, check out the supplies, use resources, meet new people or get assistance from the Student Leadership Consultants.
Congrats to the 2015-2016 SAC Tenants: Student Government Association, After Dark, Senior Class, Junior Class, Residence Hall Association, National Residence Hall Honorary, Student Activities Board, IC Circle K, Active Minds, Asian American Alliance, Colleges Against Cancer, Project Generations and Students Today Alumni Tomorrow.
Apply to be a SAC Tenant! Applications are due April 17 by 11:59pm.
Student Organization Storage
Registered student organizations may request space in a storage cabinet in the Campus Center by completing the application on OrgSync.
Leadership Development Opportunities
Leading @ IC
Leading @ IC is a track in the Student Leadership Institute. Unlike the other tracks, Leading @ IC is specifically designed to improve leadership skills within a student organization, so you must be a member of a student organization to attend any of the workshops in this track.
You must preregister on the SLI website to attend any of the sessions.
Fall Block 2 2016 Leading @ IC Workshops
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
What better way could there be to learn about the finances and fundraisers for your student organization than through an INSANELY FUN INTERACTIVE GAME?! Not only will it be loads of fun, but you'll also learn all about how to free your organization from the shackles of financial burden by utilizing the numerous resources at your disposal.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
In student organizations, officers and members come and go, but this session will teach you how to deal with those inevitable transitions. You will learn the steps for successful transitions from student leaders on a panel. You will also have the chance to share experiences with transition that you may have had.
S.O.S.-Student Organization Specialist
Is your Student Organization in need of help? Send out a S.O.S and let the Student Organization Specialists consult with your organization! The Specialists offer sessions that include Team Building, Transitioning Your Organization, Retaining Members, Recruitment, and Establishing an Identity. You can also request a customized workshop that is catered to your student organization's needs! This FREE service is ran through the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs.
Student Organization Conference
Are you looking to get the most out of your experience in a student organization? On Saturday, September 17th, join the Student Organization Specialists of OSEMA at the 2016 Student Organization Conference!
Find your strength at the annual Student Organization Conference! This conference is designed to give students necessary tools and tips to set them up for a year of success and growth within their student organization. The 2016 Olympic-themed conference will give student leaders the chance to network with other students and participate in workshops and activities. IC alum Cornell Woodson will be speaking about how his involvement at IC set him on the fast track to success in the professional world. The conference will take place on Saturday September 17 from 10-4 in Emerson Suites. Take a time-out for the fajita bar for lunch, and bring your A-game because prizes and SLI credit will be awarded. Lace up your sneakers, we’ll see you at the starting line!
Registration for the conference begins at 9:30am and the conference will start at 10am in Emerson Suites. To make the most of your involvement in a student organization, sign up to attend the conference on orgsync today! Registration is open from April 27 to September 4th.
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Club Hub is the student organization newsletter that will be distributed every two weeks electronically to members on the student organization listserv.
The newsletter features student organizations in Organization Spotlight and Kudos, updates student organizations with important information in “What’s up” and “Things to Remember.” Events are listed throughout the newsletter.
To post information in Club Hub email firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to your event or program