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Columbia Administration, Student Organizers Talks Fail

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Columbia University administration leaders and student organizers failed to reach agreement in negotiations that might have included the university’s divestment from Israel.

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Student Organizations at Hope!

Hope College Network

The annual Student Involvement Fair electrifies an energy throughout campus that reverberates into each student organization during the year. Coming in as a new student, I felt as if I were trick-or-treating on Halloween, yet there were only treats and no tricks! The College currently has over 70 student organizations.


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Student Organization Engagement and Involvement

The Student Affairs Blog

The Registered Student Organization Conduct Report provides students and parents historical context of organizations that have been found responsible for hazing and other violations of the Student Code of Conduct. VCU suspended university recognition of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity through May 15, 2025.

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Presence | Blog | 14 Great Virtual Fundraising Ideas for Student Organizations

Modern Campus

Raising money and asking for donations can be super uncomfortable, especially for college students. Yet, for student organizations, fundraising is often essential. When done well, fundraising is great way to not only raise money but also …

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Presence | Blog | Boost Learning Outcomes and Earnings with These Student Organization Fundraising Tips

Modern Campus

Many student leaders view fundraising as a hurdle to clear. They understand that they can’t reap the benefits of a student organization without money — which needs to come from… well, somewhere. But, ideally, students should shift …

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Initial allocations for student organizations hit record low due to budget cuts - Anna Fattizzo and Erika Filter, GW Hatchet

Ray Schroeder

The Student Association Senate’s finance committee Monday reported a record-low fulfillment of student organization funding requests due to budget cuts. Nathan Nguyen, the director of the Legislative Budget Office and an ad hoc member of the committee, said student organizations requested about $2.2

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New Arizona Law Allows Students to Opt Out of Funding Certain Clubs

Confessions of a Community College Dean

Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs signed a bill that will allow students at the state’s three public universities to opt not to have their student activity fees go toward certain student organizations, the Arizona Mirror reported.