Parent Organization: University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
Our objectives are to act as an advocate for an Indigenous Studies Program at UW-Oshkosh; to act as an advocacy group for Native American issues and concerns; to coordinate efforts to work jointly with other student organizations and academic departments in special events; to recruit and retain Native American students for UW-Oshkosh; and to have fun!
American Indian Student Services Organization
Advisor Campus Phone Number:
Total Number of Active Members in Organization:
OSA Assembly Seat:
All organizations that have obtained recognition are entitled to a voting seat in the OSA Assembly. An Assembly seat allows you to communicate with other organizations as well as advocate for campus involvement. If your oganization would like an Assembly seat, you must choose one of your members as a representative. Your organization may choose an alternate, if your regular representative cannot attend a meeting. Weekly meetings are Mondays at 4pm in Reeve Union. Would you like a voting seat in Assembly?
Please provide names of your OSA Assembly rep or reps. If you have elected not to have a rep at Assembly enter none. Thank you.
Organization Meeting Day and Time:
Thursday 5:00-6:00 pm
Organization Meeting Location:
Reeve Union room 213
Organization Meeting Frequency:
Is your organization affiliated as a member group or branch of an off-campus organization?
If yes, please list the national organization or governing body the organization belongs to.
Sport Clubs must have area or regional leagues/competition. Do you have are area or regional leagues competition?
List area or regional competition here.
If not a Sport Club place N/A (not applicable) in the box.
The organization would like a mailbox in the Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC)
Organization Campus Address, if no to SLIC mailbox
How would your organization benefit from Registered Student Organization (RSO) status?
List specific OSA or university resources that you would hope to utilize that would only be available to your organization if it becomes recognized.
The Inter-Tribal Student Organization will benefit from RSO because we can reserve space in Reeve.
How will the university community benefit from your student organization becoming recognized?
I.T.S.O. promotes education and cultural awareness through involvement with social activities, academics, and community outreach, for the general student body, local community, and others affiliated with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.
In submitting this application, the organization exec board, advisor, and members certify that the student organization agrees to comply with University of Wisconsin System, UW-Oshkosh, OSA, State of Wisconsin, Federal laws and policies. The Organization/Club will comply with the bylaws or constitution of the group.
Organization Orientation & Training
I understand that ALL recognized Club/Orgs including Sport Clubs MUST have one member attend Registered Student Organization Training (RSOT) on October 3, 2016 at 4:00 - 6:00 PM in Reeve Ballroom, 227. OSA encourages two members of the organization to attend. There will be several break-out sessions and two members will be able to cover more sessions.
Failure to attend will impact the groups' recognition status. Attendance will be taken at the end of the training.
Student Organization standing with the university
Recognized Student Organizations must be in good standing with the university. The re-recognition paperwork must be approved by the Oshkosh Student Association (OSA). The organization representative completing this paperwork will receive an approval email after the paperwork is accepted by OSA.