At UNC-Chapel Hill, all Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) are required to have an advisor to maintain registration with the University.
We work with all student organizations to facilitate use of University resources and to empower students in their provision of services, programs, and activities.
Our goal is to enhance the academic experience, extend learning, and build community here at Carolina. There is a team of individuals that directly supports student organizations within SLL and is highly knowledgeable on the policies and procedures. All students are welcome to stop by our office and discuss opportunities to get involved on campus, or ask any questions you have about your student organization.
How can we help you?
Resources for Officers
Cultivating Community How does your organization create community and build a culture of care and respect? Resources: Student Organization Consultation Request Student organization officers have you thought or been struggling with […]
Find an Organization
With over 800 student clubs and organizations, getting involved can be fun, easy, and a transformational way to make the most of your Carolina experience. Whether it’s competing in a […]
Student Organization Finances
Registered student organizations receiving direct student fees (including groups funded by Student Government), funds from University departments, or funds received through the University Development Office, to the University system to be managed by the Carolina Union Business Office and will be held in their organization's CUSO account.
Start a New Student Organization
The process for starting a new organization is available through Heel Life. Not sure if your organization has been registered in the past? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before applying so […]
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill supports an atmosphere where students can openly share ideas, interests, and concerns.
Workspace and Storage in the Union
There is an annual process for the allocation of the workspaces and storage areas within the Frank Porter Graham Student Union building for use by student organizations. This process occurs early in the spring semester of each year, and all currently registered student organizations may apply for space.