CSI is working diligently to respond to the ongoing developments about the Coronavirus and especially the impact on our student clubs and organizations. While we may not be physically in our office, we are available to you virtually.
There are lots of ways to reach us:
The CSI staff members are quickly expanding our offerings to make sure we can stay connected to you so you're able to stay connected to your communities. Make sure to keep an eye on your Seattle U email and on ConnectSU.
Stay safe. Stay healthy. Stay connected.
Join a long history of student leadership and involvement during your time here. CSI can help.
To gain a more in-depth look into clubs and organizations, consult our Club Handbook (and the Fall 2020 addendum) for the most updated information about starting a club, planning events, policies, and more.
At CSI, we believe that the ability to lead exists within everyone, including you. Whether it's leading in the classroom, in your student club, at a service site, or beyond, everyone has the ability to make a difference in the lives of others.
Listed here are some personal and group resources as well as services, programs, and events we host to encourage student leadership.
University resources for clubs and organizations are provided here for your reference. Our office aims to help clubs successfully navigate the provisions outlined here. If you ever have questions, please feel free to reach out to our staff for help. While these policies may seem complex, most of the time it's about asking the right questions to the right people.
All clubs and organization are expected to abide by the Club Handbook, University's Code of Conduct, Club Policies, Federal, State, and local laws. In the event that a club or organization breaks a university or the Center for Student Involvement Office policy the club or organization may be held accountable.