How to Start a New Organization
(Or revive an Inactive Organization)
STEP 1: Submit a Development Intent Form to the Office of Student Organizations.
To begin the process of establishing your organization, you will need to fill out Student Organization Development Intent Form.
(Social Greek letter organizations, are required to submit a detailed statement indicating the reasons it believes a new fraternal organization is needed and desirable, its own purposes and goals, a description of the distinctive qualities it could bring to UT Martin and its Greek system, and, documentation of support from the potential fraternal organization's national office in the form of an expansion proposal and local alumni for a colonization effort, and for their participation in the full development of the new fraternal organization.)
STEP 2: Meet with the Coordinator of Student Organizations
STEP 3: Conduct Developmental Meetings
The group will conduct their information meetings and begin developing their application packet to submit for approval to become a recognized student organization.
STEP 4: Submit application packet to the Coordinator of Student Organizations
STEP 5: Reviewed by the Student Organization Review Board
STEP 6: Forward to the University Council Approval
If the application is recommended to the University Council, that group will be granted temporary status from the time of the recommendation by the review board until the time when the University Council can make an approval or denial decision.