Some ideas don’t easily fit into a student group format and can be best pursued through other avenues.
Many existing groups have long histories of meaningful programs, strong working relationships with faculty and staff, ample budgets and even opportunities for travel. New student members can often readily assume leadership roles. Explore the list of student groups or meet with one of OSE's peer advisors Wednesdays 3–5 pm.
Visit our Organization Renewal page for more information.
Work with Faculty
If related to your academic interests, you may be able to create a research opportunity or independent study with a faculty member. Funding for some of these projects may be available through research opportunities. Your idea can be an entry into establishing a relationship with a faculty member. If you need help in getting started schedule an appointment with one of OSE's advising staff to help you explore ideas.
Design and implement a full-time, summer service project and receive funding from Haas to carry it out. For details see Haas Summer Fellowships.
Do you have an idea for a campus service or one-time project? You may find sponsorship by ASSU or the GSC a better option. Consider