Registered Student Organizations
What are Registered Student Organizations (RSOs)?
All students are encouraged to enrich the HSC community and their own personal development by getting involved on-campus. One method of involvement is joining a registered student organization. There are many organizations on the HSC campus that represent a variety of interests within the health professions community. These groups are organized into Student Government Associations, Student Classes, and Student Organizations. In cooperation with the Office of Student Development, the health science center sponsors programs and activities that promote the intellectual, professional, moral, social, physical, and emotional development of all students. These organizations provide students with leadership opportunities at the local, regional, and national levels. There are over ninety active student organizations and six student government bodies on campus; new organizations are continuously accepted according to HSC new student organization policies and procedures.
Please click here for a list of current Student Organizations and Governments.
Student Organization Resources:
- 2020-2021 Student Group Handbook
- RSO Risk Management Policy
- How to Start a New Registered Student Organization
- Student Travel Policy
This page was last modified on January 15, 2021