The ASUO serves as a hub of student leadership and community engagement. There are hundreds of opportunities to engage with the ASUO from serving as an elected official, participating on a university committee, to sharing a common interest with an ASUO-Recognized Student Organization. The ASUO is committed to a culture of diverse opinions and expressions, teamwork, and collaborative leadership.
Serve as an Officer or Committee Member
Engage directly in democratic governance as an ASUO officer, a member of a university committee, or by serving on an advisory board. These experiences are a great way to gain leadership skills and to develop professional relationships with key community members.
Work for Student Government Engagement and Success
Paid position to help SGES coordinate wrap-around support, services, and education related to student government activity and the I-Fee. Student employees gain competitive post-grad employment skills.
Join a Student Organization
ASUO supports over 200 student organizations. From improv and environmental justice to advertising and women in sports media, there is a huge variety of clubs to choose from. Explore your interests and find your community here.
Start a Student Organization
Can't find what you're looking for in existing organizations? Start your own club, and register to be recognized by the ASUO for funding and support services. Starting your own club, or getting involved in an existing one, provides major opportunities for learning and personal growth.
We understand not everyone has time for a full commitment, but that shouldn't stop you from making your voice heard. Reach out to your representatives to discuss issues and solutions you have for the campus. You can also volunteer part time to try out the ASUO on a temporary basis. Just tell us what you're interested in and we'll find opportunities that match!