Starting or Re-Registering an Organization

Students may register a new organization at any time. Organizations that have been previously registered and wish to continue must renew their registration for each academic year. The re-registration process opens each April and must be completed by April 30.

New Organizations

  1. Have at least three interested students.
  2. Find a faculty or staff member to serve as an advisor.
  3. Login to Connect to complete the online registration:
    • Go to "Organizations."
    • Click "Register An Organization."
  4. Complete the registration form. Create and submit a constitution (here is a sample that you can use) outlining your purpose and operating procedures.
  5. Meet with a Student Activities staff member and attend a new student organization information session.
    • New student organization information session dates and times are posted in Connect.

Returning Organizations

Organizations planning to continue each academic year must update their information every April.

  1. Update your organization's your profile in Connect.
    • Sign in to Connect.
    • Go to "Manage" and go to your organization's page.
    • Within the page, go to "Roster" and update officers and members
    • Update information as needed.
  2. Submit an updated version of your constitution (if applicable).
  3. Attend Student Organization Registration Renewal Training (SORRT) in April.
    • Required for all renewing organizations.
    • Upcoming SORRT dates can be found on Connect

For more information

Candace Luebbehusen
Director of Student Activities
(317) 955-6335
cluebbehusen@marian.edu

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