Welcome to the Student Organizations Page!
Student organizations can use BullSync to:
Using the links in the navigation pane above, you can view important forms, event information and more!
*If you are the president and you need administrative access to your org's page to manage the roster, org information, and/or register the org's page, please click the "Forms" link and complete the President's Registration Form.
For questions about BullSync, contact us at ORGS@usf.edu.
Student Organizations at USF
From academic and professional organizations and special interest groups to fraternities and sororities and multicultural student organizations, there are so many ways to get involved! The third floor of the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement (MSC 3302) provides resources and information for these organizations. Browse our files for important resources available to organizations, and visit the forms tab to complete any needed forms for your organization.
Additionally, Lead Fellows is a student board with student organization expertise that is available to assist your organization or to help interested students learn about great ways to get involved.
All student organizations will be required to register their organization in BullSync for the 2015-2016 school year. The deadline to register is Friday, September 25, 2015 by 5p. Registration includes:
The Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement coordinates over 600 student organizations and plans weekly programs and events for all students at USF. Through a variety of organizations, activities, programs, events, workshops, and services there is truly something for everyone!
This is your 2017-2018 Student Organization Advisor. Note: Student organization advisors must be a current full-time faculty or staff member or a graduate assistant at the University of South Florida Tampa campus with a valid USF email address and NetID.
Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement
All student organizations at the University of South Florida Tampa campus are required to have an advisor in order to maintain the organization's active status. An advisor must be a full time faculty/staff or graduate assistant at the Tampa campus. Your advisor must confirm their role as the advisor in your organization. Enter your advisor's email and an Advisor Approval Form will be sent to him/her for approval. You are encouraged to inform your advisor in advance of a forthcoming email from this system because your organization cannot complete the registration process to become an active organization until your advisor has approved the request.