Student Organizations

Annual Registration Process

Student organizations will now be able to complete the annual registration process online.  Follow these steps to complete the process - Student organizations MUST RE-REGISTER by September 15 of every academic year.

    1.  Log in to the Drake Community Student Organizations Website using your Blueview user name and password:  http://drake-community.symplicity.com   

    2.  Select the "Annual Registration" button in the upper right corner

    3.  Select the "Re-register an Organization" button the left side menu

    4.  Use the keyword search to find your organization, or scroll through the alphabetical listing

    5.  Click the green "apply to reactivate the group" button

    6.  You are REQUIRED to provide the following information:

  • Organization purpose statement
  • Advisor Name and email
  • President, Treasurer, Organizational Council Representative
  • 2 additional members or officers, a constitution

    7.  Some optional fields include meeting dates, times, and locations; organizational email address and website. You will be able to display this information to other students in order to promote your organization.

    8.  You will need to decide if your organization is Open enrollment; Invitation Only, or by Application.

    9..  Hit the submit button

New Club Registration

Looking to start a new group?  Follow the steps below to complete the registration process.

    1.  Log in to the Drake Community Student Organization Website

    2.  Select "New Group" button in the upper right hand corner

    3.  You are REQUIRED to provide the following information:

  • Organization purpose statement
  • Advisor Name and email
  • President, Treasurer, Organizational Council Representative
  • 2 additional members or officers

    4.  Hit the submit button

    5.  You will receive email notification of your temporary registration status.  Once you have temporary registration, you have six (6) weeks to complete the registration process.

    6.  For consideration of full registration, log in to your organization's page on the Drake Community Student Organization Website and post a constitution.

    7.  If you have questions about a creating a constitution, Click to see the Constitution Criteria.

    8. Once your organizational file is complete you will be contacted to attend a Student Affairs Committee Meeting to review the materials.

    9.  If approved by the Student Affairs committee, a recommendation will be forwarded to Student Senate for approval and full registration status.

 

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