Renew a Club

Registered clubs and organizations are required to renew at the end of each semester (typically the last day of November in the fall semester and the last day of April in the spring semester) in order to be remain active for the following semester. Clubs that do not renew the semester prior to the current semester will be considered inactive for the current semester and lose all privileges accorded to clubs in good standing. Clubs that have been inactive for less than a year may be renewed without any additional requirements and may retain their charters. If a club has been labeled "inactive" for more than one year, instead of simply being renewed, it must re-register as a new organization and then reapply for a charter from Student Government.

For more information, please see the Clubs & Orgs Handbook.

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