Something for Every Student
At Marquette, we have a variety of student organizations for students to take part in. With about 300 organizations on campus, Marquette has something for just about everyone. Marquette's student organizations give students the opportunity to make a difference on campus. They allow students to get involved in an organization they are interested in and to be a voice for that certain organization. By being involved in a student organization, students have a way to meet new people, make a difference, and to have a good time doing so.
The Marquette University Student Government focuses on making sure everything runs smoothly for the student organizations around campus. It does so by making sure they are receiving the right funding, holding events for organizations, and by making sure they provide the correct resources for all organizations.
Student Organization Funding is a process where student organizations and club sports can apply to receive funding for events and initiatives. This page lists everything a student organization needs to know about the SOF process, links to SOF forms, and a helpful step-by-step guide to walk you through the process.
Click above for resources on how to start a student organization on campus.
Click above for a form to be completed if you wish to partner with the MUSG Programs Board for an event.