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Involvement in student organizations at the University of Central Oklahoma gives you the opportunity to positively impact the campus. With over 200 recognized student organizations, it's easy to find your fit here at Central.

If no organizations pique your interest, create your own new student organization. It is important to become an engaged student on campus, and joining a student organization is key to being successful outside the classroom.


UCORE is a centralized Campus Engagement Network that connects students to organizations, programs and departments on campus. UCORE provides an online community for UCO to find organizations, attend events, track involvement and register new organizations.


UCORE Training 

UCORE training will be held each month. These trainings will cover the basic ways to use UCORE for an organization or an office.  If you have any questions or would like to set up a training for a specific topic or task email the Student Organizations Office.


How to Form a Student Organization

UCO has many organizations to offer, but if we don't offer one you'd like to see on campus, you can form your own.

  1. Student Members - At least five enrolled students - three of them are officers and the other two are members.
  2. Adviser - A UCO faculty or staff member to serve as an adviser. 
  3. Constitution - A current constitution and/or bylaws.
  4. UCORE Profile - Once you have all the above information, create your organization on OrgCentral.    
  5. Org Leader and Adviser Training - The president, vice president, or treasurer AND the adviser of every student organization must attend an Organization Registration/Renewal Training for their UCORE profile to be active.  

After these steps are complete, your organization will be approved on UCORE and considered active. 

How to Renew a Student Organization

Each year, every student organization at UCO must renew their organization to become active on campus for the current academic year.

  1. Updated UCORE Profile - After you submit it online, your officers and adviser will be sent a message to approve the information.  
  2. Updated and Currently, Dated Constitution - Constitutions must be updated every three years in UCORE.  If your current constitution is dated more than three years outside the current academic year, you must upload a new document before being approved.
  3. UCORE Leader and Adviser Training - The president, vice president or treasurer AND the adviser of every student organization must attend a training. Officers must attend every year, and advisers must attend once every three years. 

After these steps are complete, your organization will be approved on UCORE and considered active. 

Guidelines, Resources and Funding

  • Policies and Forms
  • Funding and Financial Documents
  • Helpful Resources and Guidelines

Find these helpful documents in UCORE.

If you are unable to find what you are looking for, email the Student Organizations Office or call 405-974-2363.