Student group involvement is an important part of the college experience. ASUM recognized student groups represent a wide variety of academic, pre-professional, spiritual, political, musical, support, service, sport and special interest topics. Currently there are almost 200 ASUM recognized clubs and organizations, of which approximately three-fourths receive direct funding from ASUM. To see a complete list of the student groups recognized for the 2013-14 academic year, visit the student group listing (alphabetical or by category). All student groups, whether previously recognized by ASUM or not, must apply for recognition each academic year. See the ASUM Student Group Recognition Application for information on membership criteria and deadlines.
Each student will be assigned an ASUM Senator as liaison to serve as a resource for the group.
For information regarding Spring Budgeting, please reference Spring Budgeting Information
Contact Phoebe Hunter, ASUM Office Manager, for assistance with your group’s business activities and transactions. She and the ASUM Receptionists can also take deposits for group accounts and email account financial statements.