Resources for Clubs and Organizations

At UB, we recognize that clubs and organizations are an invaluable part of the university community. We are proud to support campus groups by offering a variety of programs and services designed to help them.

Serving Student Clubs and Organizations

Student Engagement assists student organizations by providing a range of services, including but not limited to:

  • Advisement on policies from Student Life, the university and SUNY
  • Starting a new student organization
  • Campus programs
  • Officer elections
  • Event requests
  • Budget requests
  • Fundraising
  • Travel
  • Student Union office space
  • Participation in recruiting events
  • UBLinked page management

Student Organization Workshops

Discover how your student organization can be more efficient and effective in meeting its goals and using the resources available throughout the university. View available workshops for student organizations as part of the Organizational Development Badge, or contact Student Engagement to request a different workshop for your club or organization.

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Guidelines and Policies

There are several policies for student organizations to ensure student success and University compliance. Each policy below will provide student organizations with the information required to effectively function. These policies will aid student leaders in successfully leading their organizations and familiarize them with key rules related to student clubs and organizations.

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The University at Buffalo recognizes that organized student groups are a valuable part of the student educational environment. Student organizations further the University’s educational mission. They are responsible for making positive contributions to the primary educational mission of the University and are expected to encourage the intellectual and social development of their members. Following these guidelines will assist all recognized clubs and organizations in being successful partners in providing educational and social enrichment.

Fiscal Process

It is important for students and faculty or staff advisors to understand their responsibility and potential liability when entrusted with money. Following these guidelines will assist all recognized clubs and organizations in being fiscally responsible:

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