To learn about joining a student organization at MSU Law, or to contact a representative from a student organization, visit Student Organizations at MSU College of Law. Information about requirements for forming a new student organization, or re-registering a current organization can be found below.
Student Leader Resources
All student leaders should review the Student Organization Handbook (PDF) to learn the policies, procedures, and requirements for student groups at MSU College of Law. The handbook is an important resource when planning events and meetings, and finding resources to support your organization. Students interested in forming a new student group should review and complete the New Student Group Application (PDF).
Student Group Forms
- Meeting and Event Planning Form
- Event Planning Checklist (PDF)
- Signing Officer Form (For Accounting, PDF)
- Tax Exempt Form (PDF)
- Student Travel Request Form (PDF)
- Student Travel, Lodging and Per Diem Reimbursement Policy (PDF)
- Student Event Poster Templates
- Office of Communications - Graphics Standards Guide (PDF)
Conduct a preliminary conflict check of your proposed dates for a student group event by viewing the room calendars here. Then, you will want to submit your Event Planning Form to the Events Office right away to reserve your date and time.
Student Leaders Online TrainingThe Student Leader Training for 2016 is located on D2L. Simply login with your netid/password and you will find "Law College Student Leader Training" on your D2L home screen under "Communities". If you are a new E-Board member, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be added to the training course.
Supplemental Finance/Funding videos
All executive board members are required to watch all of these videos which contain important finance and funding information for student organizations.
Funding Options for Student Groups
To start out the year, the SBA has disbursed $75.00 into each registered student organization's bank account with the Accounting office. This should be used as seed money to start up the year, host a Student Group Fair table, and hold your first informational meetings. As you prepare to host events and need additional funding, you should prepare a detailed budget to find out what your needs are. Then, review your options for obtaining funds. Options include:
- SBA Funding
- Council of Graduate Students (COGS) Event Funding Request
- MSU Law Alumni Association Event Funding Request Form (PDF)
- Diversity Services Office (DSO) Event Funding Request
Selling Merchandise with MSU Logos
For information about selling merchandise with MSU Logos please visit the MSU Licensing site.
Revised November 1, 2016