“I need to update my information listed on my Club Registration, how do I go about this?”
Please send us an email at email@example.com detailing what information is incorrect and we will contact you as soon as possible with follow-up instructions.
"I have an upcoming event and would like to email the entire school, how can I go about this?"
Club Relations does not have permission to broadcast emails for individual clubs. Please contact your faculty advisor so that they can submit a broadcast request for you. Further instructions are provided through the following link: Broadcasting Emails
"I have completed my application and pressed "save," however, an error saying "Please select Quantities" shows up, what do I do?"
Often some students come across this error on Campus Groups and we aren't sure why. However, please be informed that we have successfully received your completed application and will be in contact with you in regards to your club's status. Thank you!
"You're asking for my Club Contract, but you never sent us a blank copy!"
Haha, our apologies. Feel free to email us, letting us know about this mistake. Please be aware that you are required to submit your club contract as part of the Club Registration Form that is to be completed via CampusGroups. We apologize for the confusion.
"I'm confused, you want our Club Website through CampusGroups but we don't have access to our club's Campus Groups page?"
After you are approved as a club, we will create a page for your club where the executive board members will have access to all of the features on that page. Once you have access, you will be able to create your website within your club's page. You will then be able to link your current Facebook website to your CampusGroups page (that is what we mean by the website domain on CampusGroups).
"Okay, I submitted everything. When will I know if my club is approved?"
Due to a large number of registration applications, it takes our team approximately four weeks to have ALL clubs approved. Clubs are approved on a first-come, first-serve basis, so the earlier your club submitted their application, the earlier you will be informed of your club's status.
"What is the difference between a pre-existing and a returning club on the Club Registration Form?"
Pre-existing clubs mean that your club was already registered for the previous year. For example, if you are registering your club to be an official club for 2021-2022, and your club was an official club for 2020-2021, you would be marked as a pre-existing club.
Think of returning clubs as clubs "making a come-back." They were not registered for the previous year but was once an established club and want to be renewed. For example, if you wanted to register a club that stopped being active in 2016 but want to make them an official club for the upcoming semester, they would be marked as a returning club.