Clubs & Organizations Many leadership opportunities exist for you to pursue your special interests byjoining one of the many Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) on campus. All RSOs have the privilege of being represented in the Campus Organization Council, which acts as a coordinating agency for RSO activities. RSOs are registered with the Office of Student Leadership and Campus Life. Registered Student Organization Guide 2011-2012 Student Club & Organization FormsDepartmentalDepartmental RSOs are organized to give you opportunities for self-expression and leadership in activities related to your major field of study.Special interestSpecial interest RSOs are organized to serve and to promote special interest areas for you such as governmental affairs, writing, physical and recreational activities, or religious groups.HonoraryHonorary RSOs sponsor activities that promote and encourage scholarship, leadership and fellowship among students. Your membership in honorary organizations is selective based on academic achievement. If you are not part of a recognized club and wish to conduct an activity on campus which contributes to the educational and cultural environment of the College, you must obtain permission at least two weeks in advance from the Interim Dean of Student Engagement and Retention or his/her designee. Approved requests will be scheduled at a time and location which will not interrupt other activities on campus.