Welcome to the Center for Student Involvement
We are here to support you
CSI continues to provide virtual resources and support for student organizations during this time of social distancing. While we are working remotely, staff are available via email and happy to schedule virtual meetings and calls upon request.
Ask Us Anything
We are here to support you!
- Schedule a Zoom call to speak with CSI staff
The CSI Update
The CSI Update is a weekly eNewsletter providing all of the need-to-know information for registered student organizations, their student leaders, and advisors.
Retreats are one of the most useful and valuable activities student organizations can participate in. Utilize these resources below to plan a retreat for your organization.
Engaging Your Org from a Social Distance
As we practice social distancing, this presentation discusses what you, as student leaders, can do to continue to engage your organization in meaningful and productive activities.
Protect Your Meetings from Zoom-bombing
Zoom-bombing is the unwanted intrusion into a video conference call by an individual, causing disruption. Prevent this from happening to your Zoom calls by using these helpful tips.
Student Org Basics
This 45-minute presentation includes
Overview of services provided by the Center for Student Involvement
Tour of OrgCentral navigation, functions, & features
Review of resources available to registered student organizations
Schedule a presentation session with the Assistant Director, Sara Heiman
Leadership transitions are one of the most important pieces of student organization success. This 45-minute workshop will provide you with a guide for making sure your team is set up for another productive year!
- Outgoing Officers To-Do List
- Preparing Binders/Files/Notebooks
- Outgoing Officer Worksheet
- Outgoing Officers Major Accomplishments
- Student Organization Officer Transition Meeting Outline
- Incoming Officer To-Do List
- Incoming Officer Transition Worksheet
- Incoming Officer Meeting Agenda
Organizations gearing up to plan their events and meetings for the fall are encouraged to reach out to the K-State Student Union and campus facilities to learn more about the timelines associated with making reservations, as well as any information regarding potential limitations in place.
About the Center
The Center for Student Involvement inspires community through involvement.
CSI is the point of contact for all registered student organizations. The staff conducts the annual registration of more than 500 student organizations and administers OrgCentral, an online community and platform to help student organizations streamline processes and drive engagement, as well as provide trainings and workshops for student groups and the campus community.
General Information about Student Organizations
Student organizations provide opportunities for students to connect, engage, and get involved. The purpose of registering with the University is to be a recognized group so that your organization can reserve rooms on campus, apply for funding through Student Governing Association, utilize an OrgCentral portal, establish an email, and participate in CSI programs and workshops.