Student Activities Board
The Student Activities Board works cooperatively with the Office of Student Activities & Leadership Development and Student Government. The purpose of the board is to assist with the registration, promotion, and regulation of all student organizations.
Summer and Fall Student Organization Training Workshops
Starting June 4, 2014 the Student Activities Board (SAB) and University Funding Board (UFB) will host Student Org. Training workshops in an effort to get student organizations registered early for Fall 2014.
The deadline for returning student organizations is October 2, 2014 (this includes UFB Student Orgs, AIC, Honoraries, Professional, etc.)
Fraternity & Sorority Life Deadline is September 3, 2014
For a listing of dates and times please go to http://www.uc.edu/sald/student_organization/student-organization-registration-process.htm l
Who should attend?:
2014-2015 Elected Treasurer and one additional Executive officer, President is preferred
Undergraduate Student Organizations Registration Process
Step I: Attend a Student Organization Training Workshop
Step II: Submit the Student Organization Verification form to the Student Activities Board 655 Steger Student Life Center
Step III: Update your student organization's information on CampusLink and include the information below:
- Submit a copy of your organization's constitution and bylaws (submit as one document)-if corrections and/or updates have been made to the document
- Updated Officer information (UC user names and emails only)
- Membership roster that includes students email address and University M numbers
Step IV: Review and if applicable respond to a communication your organization will receive from the Student Activities Board. The communication will provide an update on your organization's registration status.
SAB hosts annual events to assist in the recruitment, development and recognition of each student organizations. Such events include the Fall and Winter Organizations Fair, the Activus Book and the new Celebration of Student Involvement Banquet.
Get ready to GET ACTIVE!
Winter Student Organizations Fair Wednesday, January 28, 2015
SAB regulates in accordance with various university policies and works with newly formed groups or leaders so they may achieve an organized, positive and enriching experience.
2015-2016 Student Spotlight Applications Coming Soon!
The University of Cincinnati’s Student Activities Board is seeking current students to spotlight in its 2015-2016 ACTIVUS!
The Activus is a publication that promotes the activities and mission of all current student organizations at the university. Over 5,000 students, professors, administrators, potential employers, and potential students will receive this publication in print form, and thousands more will be able to access it online at www.uc.edu/sald.
2015 CSI: Celebration of Student Involvement
The CSI: Celebration of Student Involvement is sponsored by Club Sports and Student Activities Board. The goal of the event is acknowledge and honor university student organizations for their contributions to student life through community service, programming, and innovative events.
This year's celebration will take place Thursday, April 2, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. The event is free and open to all student organizations, however, each student organization can only send three representatives.
This will be a great capstone to the school year! Come out and celebrate the achievements of Student Organizations! Attire for the event is business/business casual
CSI: Celebration of Student Involvment Awards
The CSI Award appliocations will be available starting December 2015!
Student Organization Advisor of the Year- This award acknowledges a member of the university community who serves as an Advisor to a student organization and has demonstrated a strong commitment to its development, mission, and programs.
Applicants for this award will be judged on the following: involvement with the student organization, understanding of university regulations, leadership development initiatives, and their influence on the mission and productivity of the organization.
Student Organization of the Year-The Student Organization of the Year Award acknowledges a student organization for their programming, service to the community, and influence on student life. Applicants for this award will be judged on the following criteria: organizational goals with an explanation on how they were achieved, the impact on the university community, and how the organization has improved its operations from the previous year.
Campus Life Awards
The Campus Life Awards acknowledges all student organizations for their contribution to student life. Student organizations are honored for their programmatic efforts, community service and innovation. If you feel your organization qualifies for one of the awards below please apply! The deadline to apply for one or all of the Campus Life Awards is March 19, 2014
Outstanding New Student Organization – A University of Cincinnati student organization that has been in existence less than 3 years and has demonstrated the potential to provide strong leadership on campus and/or to have a positive impact on the university will be considered for this award. The award will be judged on the overall impact the new organization has had on student life and the university.
Outstanding New Program/Initiative – A University of Cincinnati student organization that has created a new program/initiative that has enhanced the university community and student life through a creative or innovative approach will be considered for this award. The program/initiative must have taken place after August 27, 2012 (within the last two academic school years, 2011-2012 or 2012-2013). The award will be judged on, but not limited to, creativity, general appeal, and impact on the university.
Outstanding Student Organization Collaboration Award- The Outstanding Student Organization Collaboration award acknowledges two University of Cincinnati organizations that have joined together to enhance student life and the university community. This could be through a single event or continuous program. The award will be judged on how the collaboration impacted student life.
The Diversity Award-The Diversity award acknowledges a University of Cincinnati student organization that promotes diversity and understanding of different cultures, ethnicities, religions, backgrounds, etc. on campus. The award will be judged on the impact the group has had on the university through programming that represents the ideals of diversity.
Community Service Award- The Community Service award acknowledges a University of Cincinnati organization that has demonstrated a serious dedication to service around campus and/or the community. This could be through a single event or continuous program. The award will be judged on the overall impact on the service to the community.
The Sustainability Award- The Sustainability Award acknowledges a University of Cincinnati student organization that promotes sustainability and actively models what it means to have a positive impact socially, environmentally and economically. This award will be judged based on the group’s sustainability literacy regarding the group as a whole or a project they have participated in.
Outstanding Group Collaboration Award- The Outstanding Group Collaboration award acknowledges two University of Cincinnati organizations that have joined together to enhance student life and the university community. This could be through a single event or continuous program. The award will be judged on the overall impact the collaboration has had on student life and the university.
Presidential Leadership Luncheon
The Presidential Leadership Luncheon is an annual program that celebrates the Presidents and Advisors of Student organizations. The event features keynote speakers who provide expertise and guidance as it relates to leadership, programming, and other organizational topics.
This year's luncheon will take place Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 12:00 Noon in the African American Cultural & Resource Center
Funding for events hosted by non-selective university organizations is available from the University Funding Board (UFB).
The UFB’s purpose is to allocate general fee money to student organizations who promote interaction and awareness through programs that serve to directly benefit the entire student body. UFB funding is available for all recognizedstudent organizations. Organizations can apply for up to $5,500.00 per year. For more information, contact:
University Funding Board
Room 655 Steger Student Life Center