Student Orgs

Student Organizations

The Office of Student Activities oversees student clubs, organizations, and interests groups. We are your one stop shop to learn how to get involved on campus! We offer workshops, trainings, and house all your guidelines to help with any questions. 

Currently we have three categories of organizations to better identify needs and resources for each of our organizations.

Special Interests groups        Recognized Groups         University Sponsored

    • Special Interest Groups: Are groups who meet regularly or often and only speak over topics of interests. They cannot fundraise, nor receive university funding, and no G.P.A. is required.

      • (Ex. Origami Club only meets to create origami and origami related items.) 
    • Recognized Organizations: Are groups that are regulated by individualized constitutions, university policies, must have a minimum of 10 members, can fundraise, and each student must meet a minimum 2.0 G.P.A.

      • (Ex. Chess Club of Texas A&M University-San Antonio, meets regularly, host bake sales, travel to conferences, and ably to all university polices) 
    • University Sponsored Organizations: These specific student organizations are created by a University department or division to support ongoing interest of the University community. 

      • (Ex. Jaguar Ambassadors, Campus Activities Board, and Student Government Association.) 

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