Benefits of Recognition
Student organizations at Rutgers University provide students with an opportunity to explore interests, sharpen skills, and learn about themselves and others while enhancing the academic mission of the college. Organizational involvement allows students to develop those skills that will prepare them for their career and civic responsibilities beyond the University. For an organization to be fully operational at Rutgers University, recognition must occur. Recognition grants many on campus privileges to student organizations. Some of these benefits include:
- An up-to-date organization database maintained by Rutgers University Department of Student Centers & Involvement.
- Authorized use of Rutgers University facilities and university services.
- Ability to request funds from the RUSA Allocations Board.
- Participation in Rutgers University events including the Annual Involvement Fair and more.
- Priority in scheduling Rutgers University Student Center meeting and/or program space.
- Being in the “information loop” for organizations at Rutgers University.
- A free account at the Student Activities Business Office to maintain your organization’s funds.
- Advising on program and event planning, trip facilitation, budgeting, and risk management.
- Free webspace and listservs on the Rutgers University Server.
- An organization profile on the GetInvolved website.
- Various leadership development and training programs to enhance your officers’ and members’ skills.
- Free exposure/advertisement of the organization through Student Centers & Involvement Publications, and the Get Involved accounts.
- Opportunity to work with a Faculty/Staff Mentor who will provide support and guidance for your organization.
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