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Type of Organization
Please choose one organization type below. Please read the descriptions below for all three options.
OPTION 1: HSC Student Government Association Administrative Organizations
HSC Student Government Association Administrative Organizations have one or more unpaid volunteers (officers), which makes the organizations entities of OU. The Student Organizations that are considered Administrative are below. These organizations are NOT eligible for SGA Funding requests.

Please note: only choose Administrative if you are one of these organizations:
HSC Campus Activities Board
HSC Student Senate
HSC Student Government Association Executive Branch
A. William Horsley Physician’s Assistant Society
College of Allied Health Student Association
College of Medicine Student Council
College of Public Health Student Association
Graduate College Student Association
Pharmacy Student Council
College of Dentistry Student Council
College of Nursing Student Association
OPTION 2: HSC Registered Academic Student Organizations
HSC Registered Academic Student Organizations are those organizations that have been approved by their college student services and/or dean’s office. The academic dean accepts responsibility for the activities and events of the organization. Examples of HSC Registered Academic Student Organizations may include college classes (example. COM Class of 2017). Interest groups that have no association to external entities may be considered registered academic student organizations, though approval from the respective college dean is required. Registered academic student organizations have no affiliations to external entities.

These organizations ARE eligible for SGA Funding requests.
OPTION 3: HSC Registered Student Organizations
Registered Student Organizations are not entities of OU, and their activities are not sponsored or endorsed by OUHSC. Registered Student Organizations operate with guidance from faculty/staff advisers, but are not part of the legal entity of the University. The groups’ purpose and activities are not sponsored or endorsed by OU. The University recognizes these groups as independent entities, but grants them certain advantages through affiliation (registration) with the University. Common RSOs at the Health Sciences Center are student affiliates of state or national professional associations. Though these groups are comprised of HSC students and often academic/professional in nature, the connection to external associations precludes them from being recognized as entities of the University.

These organizations ARE eligible for SGA Funding.
Please Select One

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