My Involvement
Be Involved There are more than 750 registered student organizations and clubs on campus, all created and led by students. There is something for almost everyone - and if not, you can create your own organization! Student Life and Learning encourages you to take the first 4 steps below to get involved at IU. 1. Join a Student Organization You can use myINvolvement (login in the upper right!) to find student organizations and upcoming events. 2. Meet with an Involvement Advisor Overwhelmed with all the choices or just not sure where to begin? We would love to help you get started! You can connect with one of our advisors by emailing, calling 855-4311, or stopping by our office in the Indiana Memorial Union (just take the stairs/elevator across from Starbucks up to the 3rd floor. We are open 9am-5:30 pm M-F.). 3. Go to a Student Involvement Fair The Student Involvement Fair is an annual campus event held at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters to introduce you to the wealth of opportunities to become involved both on and off campus. Check out our SIF page and mark your calendar for the next fair. 4. Be In the Know Want to stay informed about upcoming campus programs and student organization events? Subscribe to Hoosier Connection, Student Life and Learning e-newsletter. You can also follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

[-] News
2014 Student Involvement Fair!
Author: Student Life and Learning
September 3, 2014, 11am-2:30pm, Dunn Meadow

The Student Involvement Fair is an annual campus event held at the beginning of the fall semester to introduce you to the wealth of opportunities to become involved both on and off campus. You will be able to meet with student organizations, local nonprofits with volunteer opportunities, and IU student support services. We will have prizes and giveaways so come ready to have some fun!

Student organizations can reserve a spot for the fair by re-registering their organization on MyINvolvement between 4/1/14 and 8/28/14. New organizations, IU departments, and local non-profit agencies should email to reserve a spot.

The event is hosted by the Commission on Multi-Cultural Understanding (COMU), Student Life and Learning, the Dean of Students Office, the Office of First Year Experience Programs, IMU Activities and Events, Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs, and Residential Programs and Services. For more information, email .
New Requirements For Orgs in 2014-2015
Author: Student Life and Learning
1.  Advisors Required By October 31, 2014

All registered student organizations are required to have an IU faculty or staff advisor listed on their myINvolvement profile by October 31, 2014. Advisors help organizations maintain consistency from year to year and can offer guidance in your organization's decisions. Use these tips to find an advisor.

2. Student Organization Orientations Required

Effective this 2014-2015 academic year, all registered student organizations are required to attend a Student Organization Orientation. A minimum of 2 members are required to attend (does not have to be the same session). You cannot represent more than one organization at a time and you must RSVP for a session. Members and your advisor are welcome to RSVP for a session as well. Dates will be announced soon.

3. New Organization Registration Requirements

Are you starting a new organization? All organizations registering for the first time will need to meet with the Student Organization Registration Committee in addition to the other basic requirements of registration. We will schedule groups with the Committee once they submit a new organization form on myINvolvement.

4. Student Organization Contract

Student Life and Learning wants to give you a head's up that the University will soon be asking student organizations to sign a contract that explains your organization's relationship to IU. The contract will include specific information about the benefits and responsibilities you have as a self-governed organization. We look forward to working with you to help you understand the contract and its relevance to your club.

Please email us at if you have questions or want to speak with a SLL Student Organizations Advisor.