Registered student organizations (RSOs) fall under the umbrella of the Office of Student Life and Multicultural Affairs. Part of the mission of OSLMA is to engage students through mentorship, service, and cocurricular activities. We seek to do this by helping students create new RSOs, develop existing RSOs and foster an environment outside the classroom where students can learn about and engage in leadership, network, build meaningful relationships, connect with the campus, and the surrounding community.
The University of Tennessee at Martin has a variety of different RSOs to choose from. There are over 150 RSOs on our campus. The RSO categories found on campus include academic, club sport, honor society, multicultural, professional and service greek, recreation, service and special interest.
Student organizations help to serve the various needs and interests of students at the University of Tennessee Martin. With organizations ranging from a variety of categories, any student will find it easy to 'get-in' where they 'fit-in'. Student Organizations are a vital part of campus life and a great way for students to get involved on campus and in the community.