Start A New Organization

Start a New Organization

For an organization to be fully operational at Arizona State University, registration must occur. Registration grants many on-campus privileges to student organizations.

Registration for a student organization is submitted through SunDevilSync.

Student Organization Information Session

Upon completion of the online registration, all new student organizations are required to attend a New Student Organization Information Session. For a listing of New Student Information Sessions visit here

How to Register Your New Student Organization

You can register a new student organization at any time.

  • Go to SunDevilSync and click on “Sign In with your Campus ID” and log in with your ASURITE ID and password.
  • If it is your first time using SunDevilSync you will be prompted to create a user profile.
  • Click on “Organizations” and then “Add Organization”.
  • Click on “Register a New Organization”.
  • Fill out “Basic Organization Info”, identify officer information, upload a copy of your constitution.
  • Your faculty/staff advisor will be automatically emailed an Advisor Commitment Form for them to fill out.
  • Attend an Information Session for all new student organizations.
  • Once the above steps are all complete, your registration will be approved by your respective campus’s student organization office.

New Student Organization Information Sessions

In order to complete registration, every new student organization must send one student representative to attend a Student Organization Information Session. Advisors are welcome to attend as well, however it is only required that students attend. The purpose of New Student Organization Information Sessions is to introduce student organizations to campus resources and policies.

To find an upcoming New Student Organization Information Session please visit the campus of which your organization is based.

Downtown

New Student Organization Information Sessions are scheduled on a one on one basis. During the New Student Organization Session, student organization representatives will receive information on various resources:

  1. How to receive student fee funding
  2. How to connect with other student organizations
  3. Contacts for university resources

Students interested in forming a student organization will work with a Student Engagement Representative by contacting Student Organization Support via email or phone at: downtownclubs@asu.edu or (602) 496-1781

Polytechnic

New Student Organization Information Sessions are scheduled on a one on one basis. During the New Student Organization Session, student organization representatives will receive information on various resources:

  1. How to receive student fee funding
  2. How to connect with other student organizations
  3. Contacts for university resources

Students interested in forming a student organization will work with a Student Engagement Representative at the Polytechnic location should send an e-mail to polytechnicclubs@asu.edu. The e-mail should include the name of your organization, and possible times that you can meet.

Tempe

All New Student Organizations must attend an Information Session in order to complete the registration process. Below are the dates of upcoming New Student Organization Information Sessions. To confirm your attendance at a New Student Organization Information Session please register via Org Sync by clicking one of the below links. If you have further questions please email tempeclubs@asu.edu.

Tuesday March 20, 2018
6 - 7 p.m. in Memorial Union Lower Level - Rm 33 Hohokam
RSVP here

West

In order to complete registration, every new student organization must have a student representative attend the annual Student Organization Transitional Leadership Workshop held each April. If you are unable to attend the workshop, you must contact the Office of Student Engagement to complete an individual Student Organization Orientation. Advisors are also encouraged to go through the workshop or meet with Student Engagement staff, although it is only a requirement for students. The purpose of the workshops are to introduce student organizations to related university policies, as well as all the campus resources at their disposal.