Campus Life

Student Involvement and Organizations

The Office of Campus Life helps to educate students and build a strong community through out-of¬-classroom involvement on campus. Supporting student organizations, teaching about leadership, encouraging community service, planning and promoting events, offering special services for adult students and students with children, and orienting new students are the primary ways Campus Life educates students to become well-rounded, engaged citizens and successful, involved alumni.

More than 100 student organizations weave the colorful and diverse fabric of campus life. These include special interest and advocacy groups, student publications, Greek-letter social fraternities and sororities, student government, academic clubs and honor societies, performance ensembles, religious and non-religious groups, sports clubs, and intramurals. The Office of Campus Life assists students who want to organize a new student group and make their own contributions to a vibrant campus environment.

Organizations that want to use campus facilities and receive other support and services must register with the Office of Campus Life. This process includes filing a registration form along with the group’s constitution, submitting a membership roster with IU Southeast students and a list of officers, identifying an advisor who is a member of the IU Southeast faculty or full-time staff, and setting up a database account.

For more information on student involvement and student organizations, contact the Campus Life Office at (812) 941-2316.

Student Activity Fee

Financial support for many co-curricular activities comes from the Student Activity Fee, which all undergraduate and graduate students pay each semester. The amount is determined by the number of credit hours in which the student is enrolled.

Currently the organizations and programs receiving these funds include the Horizon, IU Southeast Literary Review, Student Government Association, Children’s Center, Student Involvement, Student Planner, Student Program Council, Learning Enrichment Fund, Undergraduate and Graduate research journals, Athletics, Registered Student Organization Grant, Leadership Development, Family and Parent Programs, Cheerleaders, and Game Room.

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