When students look back at their college experience, they often think beyond the books, papers, and exams. They remember what they did, who they met, and how they felt. With over 500 student clubs and organizations, getting involved can be fun, easy, and a transformational way to make the most of your Ram experience. Whether it’s competing in a sport club, joining a fraternity or sorority, focusing on cultural awareness, volunteering through service teams, or taking up a new hobby – there is something for every Ram to enjoy!  

Colorado State University students can re-register an existing registered student organization (RSO), or start a new organization by following the steps and policies outlined on the Student Leadership, Involvement and Community Engagement (SLiCE) website.

But first, see if your organization already exists. You can browse organizations by category or search for specific words or phrases on RamLink, CSU’s student organization database. If your idea isn’t already out there, we encourage you to start a new RSO. So get involved, stay connected, and make the most of your time.

Please either visit LSC room 210 or email slice_studentorgs@colostate.edu for any questions you may have.