Recognized Student Organizations
Studies have shown that involvement in co-curricular activities benefit a student's academic success.
Recognized Student Organization (RSO) categories range from professional, honorary, and academic, to social, cultural, political, and religious. Join a student led organization to develop transferable skills and to DO MORE with your college experience.
Start a New Student Organization
Can't find an RSO you're interested in, have you thought about creating your own organization?!
Follow the 3 + 1 rule: all you need is yourself, two friends and a LC State faculty or staff advisor and to fill out a recognition form.
Do More...With Your College Experience
Getting involved and staying involved is the key to a great Warrior experience. As a student, you’ll become part of an dynamic community that welcomes everyone as they are and helps each other get ahead — academically, socially and professionally.
The LC State DO MORE App allows students to track their experiences to take students beyond the classroom by developing the competencies and skills needed to create a fulfilling future.
Creating a Recognized Student Organization is simple.
- Gather three founding members (yourself and two friends)
- Find a LC Faculty or Staff Advisor
- Draft a RSO Constitution
- Log into the LC State Do More App
- Click Create Organization and complete the required smart form
- Complete the required online training
One of the most beneficial aspects of getting involved on campus is that it offers you to connect with your peers and the chance to develop and build skills that you wouldn't get to otherwise.
Many of our Student Organizations meet once a month.
The choice is yours, some students opt to be an active member in one organizations whereas some students opt to be an active leader and officer in numerous organizations.
The time you put into an organization reflects how much you will get back.
There are three types of Affiliated Student Organizations. Which earn a direct Student Fee:
- Student Government
- Student Event Council
- Student Media (Newspaper, Literary Review and Radio Station)
There are eight types of Recognized Student Organizations:
- Community/Civic Service
- Special Interests
- Sport Clubs