CSI recognizes the importance of co-curricular education in the development of young adults and strives to provide a wide range of experiences and activities.
With over 500 registered student organizations at the University of Houston, there is a student organization for everyone.
The Center for Student Involvement is also committed to the success of all the registered student organizations. On this page, you will find plenty of resources to help your organization including information about registering your organization, policies and procedures, free resources, and much more!
Want to register an organization? It's easy!
To register an organization you need three ENROLLED students to serve as top officers, a faculty/staff advisor, a constitution & bylaws, and to complete the registration process.
Click your organization type below to learn more about the registration process for your organization!
Choose this option if you are registering a new organization.
Choose this option if you are registering an existing organization.
Choose this option if you are registering an organization that is recognized by the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Organization Registration Timeline
|April 15||Registration Opens!|
|Complete Registration By:|
|June 12||To be eligible to participate in Cougar Carnival.|
|August 25||To be eligible to participate in Cats Back.|
|September 30||To prevent your organization's account from being locked.|
|February 28||Registration Closes!|
All registered student organizations in good standing have the privilege of holding events on campus. Depending on the kind of event, you may need to complete Event Registration.
Organization Resources & Development
These workshops will provide foundational education for student organization leaders to effectively manage and lead their organizations.
A one-day comprehensive strength-based learning experience for student leaders of Registered Student Organizations.
Cougar Connection sessions will provide student leaders with opportunities to build lasting networks across the UH Community.
Resources to help your student organization set up organizational finances and locate funding resources.
Registered Student Organization Officer Change Request
In this handbook, you will find resources to help the organization or organizations, you lead.
All current primary advisors are added to a listserv for correspondence. To be added to the listserv, please email Ja’Nelle King.
Student organizations are required to maintain a mailbox at the University so that mail, important notices from the Center for Student Involvement, and information can be distributed to the student organizations easily. Student organizations have the option of choosing the location of their mailboxes.
Another privilege that student organizations can take advantage of is the opportunity to get an e-mail account through the University of Houston.
Held once a year in April, the Campus Leaders Ceremony is an opportunity for the Center for Student Involvement to recognize top student leaders, individuals, organizations, and programs. The Center for Student Involvement highly encourages individuals and organizations to submit nominations prior to the Reception so that our student leaders and top organizations can get recognized for their achievements.