Members of a student organization talk with other students at a campus Involvment Fair.

Re-Register Your Organization

All recognized undergraduate student organizations and non-Mini GSA graduate groups will go through the re-registration process in the spring quarter of every year. This process includes but is not limited to updating officers, rosters, constitutions, insurance information, banking information, completing the registration process, and attending fall development seminars during week zero. Please note groups will only be able to re-register in the spring quarter of each year. If a group fails to complete the re-registration process, it will go inactive until the next available spring quarter registration process. Inactive status includes loss of privileges recognized organizations receive, inability to reserve campus spaces, and no funding from ASUCR. Student organizations should make sure contact information for the organization is always up to date in

Start a New Organization

Do you have an interest that isn't represented by a current organization? Well, we're here to help you start one! The first step is to meet with a student organization adviser and walk through the process of starting a new group. You can set up an appointment by calling Student Life at (951) 827-7344 or by emailing Before you meet, browse our organizations and make sure your new group will be unique. We don't encourage duplication, but we do encourage you to think about your new organization and what you want to accomplish with it. 

We only register new organizations during the first five weeks of the fall and winter quarters, so be sure to check with Student Life about any deadlines. During your meeting, the student organization adviser will explain the necessary steps to register a new organization.