Campus Involvement

The Center for Campus Involvement is the central hub for our 1,600 student organizations here at the University of Michigan. From your first steps looking to get involved in a group through being President of an organization, we can help support all of your involvement needs. Please be sure to check out Maize Pages to see a complete site with all of our organizations, our manual for all of our policies and procedures, and all of our leadership opportunities. We appreciate the work you do in creating a vibrant student organization community and look forward to supporting your work.


COVID-19 and the 22-23 Academic Year | Best Practices and FAQs for Student Orgs

As COVID trends continue to ebb and flow, University policy related to students and student organizations remains in flux, so please make sure you are referring to the Maize and Blueprint site for the most up-to-date information!

Here are some informed practices and frequently asked questions to help you make your plans. Of course, we welcome you to contact us at to speak to a CCI representative if you want to talk things through in more detail!

OrgAffinity: Wellness Guides for Student Organizations

Taking time for self-care during these stressful times is crucial but what if you could take care of yourself and the well-being of your student organization at the same time? CCI's OrgAffinity wants to provide you and your organization members with Wellness Wednesday guides that care for all 8 aspects of wellness!

Get Involved!

Involvement Drop-In

Looking for different ways to get involved and aren't sure where to start?

The Center for Campus Involvement can be your gateway to life beyond the classroom with Involvement Drop-Ins. Spend 30 minutes with a Peer Advisor to discuss different student organizations and involvement opportunities throughout campus. From programs to organizations and beyond, equip yourself with the tools and knowledge to get involved!



Involvement Opportunities Flyer

DE&I Toolkit

The Center for Campus Involvement is here to help our organizations and their campus support systems live into our campus values rooted in diversity, equity and inclusion. This toolkit is here to help you understand what it may can look like for your organization to be an integral part of the student organization community. As leaders of these groups, it is imperative that we continue to challenge ourselves to be more inclusive and welcoming to all. We hope that this workbook challenges you to ask, Whose perspectives, viewpoints, and voices are included? Also, whose may be missing?

Many Voices Our Michigan

Forms A-Z

Here you will find several forms that your student organization may need to utilize.  

Student Organization Essentials

Organization Essentials is a required training for all Authorized Signers within an organization designed to share basic knowledge on student organization policies and procedures on campus. The training consists of four focus areas which include Leadership, Policies, Finance, and Meeting/Events. Organization Essentials is offered online through Canvas.  All Authorized Signers must complete this training as part of the registration process for student organizations.  Failure to have all Authorized Signers complete the training before the September 30 registration deadline will result in your organization becoming frozen. Learn more.

Important Dates

 Festifall Registration: 4/1 for Student Organizations, 4/15 Departments

 Northfest Registration: 4/1 for Student Organizations, 4/15 Departments

 Student Organization Annual Registration: 3/15-9/30

 Winterfest Registration Opens: November 1st

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