Center for Student Involvement & Leadership
Get Involved at SU! Did you know students involved on campus tend to have better grades, retention and graduation rates and have a more enjoyable college experience overall?
Get to Know CSIL
The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership (CSIL) provides meaningful opportunities for students in campus and community life. Open to all SU students, our organizations offer you unique opportunities to connect with campus and the community all while having tons of fun. Explore all we have to offer in our organizational portal Involved@SU.
New and potential students are encouraged to check out the information on SU’s Student Transitions programs, where you’ll learn all about campus offices and services, including our student groups.
We also send out a daily email to let you know what is happening on campus. Let us know if you want to advertise your event in the email.
Student Clubs and Organizations
Check out the list of registered clubs and organizations to learn more about student groups including the Photography Club, the POMS Dance Team, Relay For Life, WXSU student radio and much more!
Fraternity and Sorority Life
SU is also home to several nationally recognized Fraternities and Sororities Students who pursue Greek Life at SU are committed to the core values of: citizenship, friendship, leadership, personal growth and scholarship.
Sea Gulls Who Soar
Do you know a student who is amazing and demonstrates the best of SU’s values of campus citizenship and civility? Then nominate them to be recognized as a Sea Gull Who Soars.
Unrecognized Student Groups Notice
On occasion, students may form groups or organizations that operate separately from the University’s approved structure for student groups and are therefore unrecognized by the University. These organizations typically choose to operate as an unrecognized student group because they are unwilling to follow University expectations and standards for membership, operation and adherence to the University’s rules of behavior. Unrecognized student organizations are not affiliated with the University and will not be listed anywhere on the University’s list of recognized student organizations or recognized fraternities or sororities. Unrecognized student groups receive no funding from the University and are not permitted to use any University facility for meetings or events, nor are they permitted to participate as an organization in any University events. The University provides no supervision, advising, or support to unrecognized student organizations. Students are strongly discouraged from joining or affiliating with any unrecognized student organization.