Registering New Student Organizations

Before registering a new organization, please review the following.

Important dates

  • Sep
    SOLD Workshop (Option 1)
    One officer per RSO must attend one 3-hour workshop in its entirety.
  • Sep
    SOLD Workshop (Option 2)
    One officer per RSO must attend one 3-hour workshop in its entirety.
  • Sep
    11:59 p.m. / ArgoPulse
    Registration deadline
    Complete all registration requirements for the 2017-2018 Academic Year in ArgoPulse no later than this date.

Things to consider before registering

Benefits of registration

In registering through University Commons and Student Involvement, student organizations benefit from a variety of support and resources.

Benefits of Registration


Is this organization already on campus?

Search the list of currently active registered student organizations in ArgoPulse. The organization you are interested in may already have an active presence and registered status on campus.

Has this organization been on campus in the past?

Contact Student Involvement to find out. If the organization was previously registered, we might have records on file that will help you with the registration process.

How to register


Students wishing to register a new student organization will need the following prior to submitting a registration request:

  • At least five students willing to participate as members and officers of the organization.
  • A Primary Contact and Secondary Contact.
  • A full-time UWF faculty or staff member who has agreed to serve as the Faculty/Staff Advisor.
  • Organization policies, processes, and bylaws, including membership requirements, officer positions and selection, standing committees, etc.

Any student may submit a registration request by logging into ArgoPulse, selecting "Browse Organizations" and then "Register New Organization." Be sure to have all of your prepared documents and information ready before you complete the registration form.

Register New Organization


After the registration request has been submitted, the officers may request a meeting with a Student Involvement Navigator or other designated Student Involvement staff member to review the process, relevant policies, and upcoming opportunities related to student organizations. As long as the organization's request meets the relevant policy requirements, and as long as the organization's leaders agree to follow these and other relevant policies, the organization will be approved. The organization will not be considered fully registered until they have completed all registration requirements including attendance at the SOLD Workshop.

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