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Encyclopedia > Student organizations

A student organization is a voluntary association of students at institutions of secondary and higher education for a specific legal purpose. Such organizations are often sponsored through and receive funding from a student government.


Student organizations can often be categorized as follows:

Student organizations are often a vehicle for students to identifiy with and relate to the university they attend. They are considered to have considerate effect on improving student retention rates.


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Student organization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (96 words)
A student organization is a voluntary association of students at institutions of secondary and higher education for a specific legal purpose.
Such organizations are often sponsored through and receive funding from a student government.
Student organizations often help students identify with and relate to the university they attend, and so they greatly improve student retention rates.
Student Organization & Activities (3178 words)
Students are encouraged to worship with and become involved in the activities of the congregation of their choice in Madison.
A student organization scheduling an activity is responsible for ensuring that the activity is in fact that which was portrayed in its listing of the event and that University policy regarding student conduct and the use of University facilities is followed by all attending the activity.
Organization officers and the organization advisor (or his/her designated faculty or staff replacement) are expected to be present throughout the activity to ensure that these responsibilities are met.
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