Fill out this form to reserve a table for Palousafest. Reservations for one table are free for University of Idaho ASUI Affiliated Student Organizations, Recognized Student Organizations, and University of Idaho campus affiliates (colleges, departments, extension, etc.). Public entities (businesses, non-profits, and others) will be charged $30 per table.
Once registrations reach the allowable limit, a wait list will be formed on a first come, first served basis....
Wednesday, September 25th, 2019
Vandals, let's make the most of it! Show off your club, department, or organization during the Fall 2019 Get Involved Fair held on the Commons Plaza from 11am-2pm.ASUI Affiliated Student Organizations (ASOs) have first priority registration starting May 1st, 2019. Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) have second priority registration starting May 8th, 2019. General registration will open to UI departments and...
Want to build your management skills, expand your resume, and volunteer for the 50th year of Jazz Festival?
All you have to do is contact email@example.com or call 208-885-5900.
Site managers coordinate all functions at the assigned venue and are responsible for supervising other volunteers on site. Its a FULL day starting around 6am and ending around 5pm. Lunch is provided. A 2-3 hour training meeting is required or you can take the MUSX 200/400 class spring...
This is an application/agreement form for student organizations interested in having storage space in the TLC storage room.
Space is limited and therefore not guaranteed until confirmed with the Department of Student Involvement. Storage containers are 19 gallon Rubbermaid containers and measure 25" x 18" x 13".
Authorized members of student organizations are allowed access to the storage space by speaking with the Involvement Coordinators or the Program...Fill Out Form
Get Involved Fair Fall 2015 - Wednesday, September 9th, 2015
The fair will be held on the Commons Green from 11am-2pm. A stage will also be available for students to use.
Student organizations and Community Partners may have a table at this event and groups will have the opportunity to individually showcase their student organization through a 10-minute presentation/skit on stage. There will also be an opportunity for student organizations to make a short on-stage...
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Save the Date! Cocoa & Clubs
Cocoa & Clubs -Open House specifically for Student Organizations!
When: Thursday, February 5, 2015 11a.m. – 2p.m.
Department of Student Involvement, Commons 302
An opportunity for student organizations to create community, utilize office space, learn about campus resources and enhance their college experience! Come and learn more about how the Department of Student Involvement is here for you! Information about our office...
You’ve stuck with us for the last Six Weeks of the VandalSync competition. You’ve participated, you’ve competed, you’ve groaned at my repetitive emails. The point is here we are, the finale.
Six Weeks of VandalSync was designed to show student organizations the various advertising and communication outlets they had access to through VandalSync while rewarding them for participating in various challenged. On Monday, we...
Student Orgs and Community Partners! Our Human Resources Dept. is looking to sell a Pop-Up Panel Display. Please see this message from Mr. Dan Noble and email him if your organization is interested.
We have essentially 2 10’ displays. They are 10’ wide by about 8’ tall and are curved w/ Fabric walls. You can then Velcro items to the display. Below is the link for the vendor. Original cost was $1,950 w/ shipping. I’m willing...
This is a mandatory council meeting for student organizations that fall into the category of Multicultural and Cultural Groups.
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This is a mandatory council meeting for student organizations that fall into the category of Community Service and Civic Action.
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November is around the corner and so are the next batch of Council Meetings.
What would you like to see at these next meetings? What would benefit your organization?
What should organizations do when they win a gift card?
Who does it go to?
How do they spend it on behalf of a group?
6 Weeks of VandalSync is a campaign designed to reward student organizations for their continued involvement and use of VandalSync, while encouraging budding organizations to take advantage of the many resources VandalSync provides.
There will be submission forms for the weekly contests available on VandalSync. The weeks are as follows:
September 22-26: Getting Started
Create a welcome message, profile...
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Attention Student Orgs!
We are SO excited to have all of our student organizations back on campus. As we kick-off this academic year we want to let you know about some important dates to mark on your calendars!
Mandatory Student Organization Council Meetings
Councils are a way to bring together organizations with similar outcomes and goals to brainstorm, collaborate, and coordinate. At these meetings organization/club leaders will receive training, resources,...
Interested in gaining experience in mentoring? Strive for College, a new student organization, is being created her on UI campus. Strive's goal is to make college a reality to high school students no matter their income or background. The program connects low income high school students with undergraduate student mentors, who help students with the college application and financial aid process.
Express any interest to Carina Davio, the Regional...
Congratulations to U of I Ultimate who has been chosen as the Department of Student Involvement’s Student Organization of the Week!
U of I Ultimate is being recognized for hosting an ultimate tournament on campus, for having 5 students from the club attend last week’s Cocoa & Clubs event and their efforts of getting students involved!
UI Ultimate is a competitive sports club. They compete as a mixed team, as well as men's and women's....
January 23rd 11am-2pm, Department of Student Involvement, Commons 302 (above Einstein’s Bagel)
The Department of Student Involvement is holding an Open House event specifically for Clubs/Organizations!
Take your club from good to great by coming and learning about our office, resources and benefits specifically for YOUR club/organization. All while enjoying a hot cup of cocoa!
Learn more about OrgSync Learn how your ASUI Senators can help you Learn how...
Get Involved Fair Spring 2014 - SIGN -UP HERE!
Wednesday, February 5th. The fair will be held in the Clearwater and Whitewater Rooms on the first floor of the Idaho Commons from 11a.m.-1p.m.
Student organizations may have a table at this event, chairs nor electrical hook-ups will not be provided. We will also be serving popcorn, so please bring a topping for students who visit your group! Ideas for toppings include, popcorn salt, chocolate,...
Congratulations to Student Organization of the Week: Moscow Undergraduate Mock Trial!
We are recognizing MGMT for their participation in the Emerald City Open competition this last week in Seattle, WA!
Mock trial is a speech and debate, acting, and critical thinking competition in the format of a courtroom trial.
Nominate an organization for Organization of the Week here!
Congratulations to Nourish International!
Nourish International engages students and empowers communities to make lasting impact on extreme poverty. We will be putting together various business ventures, and collaborating with communities on sustainable development projects. Any and all profits will be invested abroad to meet the relevant needs of a community we choose to partner with.
Visit their website: www.ui.nourish.org
Nominate an organization for...