Get involved with student organizations on campus, and find out what’s going on!
Crimson Connect to learn about all of the different student organizations, campus programs, events, and other opportunities you can get involved in at IUP.
Crimson Connect helps student groups and campus programs promote their organizations and events.
Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement provides services for and helps promote recognized organizations and programs.
Interested in starting a new student organization? Download the
New Student Organization Recognition Packet (PDF).
Need to maintain your organization’s recognition? Download the
Student Organization Re-Recognition Packet 2019-2020 Organization Re-Registration Process (PDF).
The re-recognition process for student organizations must be completed by September 30, annually.
This is an opportunity to share your thoughts, opinions, and ideas on issues facing the campus. All recognized organizations are asked to send one representative to each meeting.
Questions can be directed to the Student Government Association at
email@example.com or Alex Fefolt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IUP has hundreds of student organizations. Explore them in CrimsonConnect to find one that's right for you.
Honor and Leadership Societies
Philanthropic and Service Organizations
Recreational/ Physical Activities
Religious and Spiritual Organizations
Social Greek Fraternities and Sororities
All new presidents of student organizations are required to attend a CrimsonConnect training session. All student leaders are welcome to attend the training. Also, all student leaders who would like to start a new student organization are required to attend a CrimsonConnect training session as part of the organization recognition process.
Fall: First two weeks of class in Elkin Hall. Please RSVP through CrimsonConnect.
Spring: Send training requests to:
Each session is approximately one hour in length. Student organization presidents are required to attend only one session.
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