The Office of Student Affairs serves as the primary resource for student organizations, their members, and officers. In addition, we help students start new organizations and provide guidance, advise and support to the Student Government Association (SGA) and Campus Activities Board (CAB). For more information about each service, please click on the links below.
If you are interested in starting a new organization at TAMIU, please click on the link above to look over the needed steps to get started. The OSA will be happy to meet with you to go over these documents and help guide you through the process.
Attendance to a Risk Management Training is required for each new organization at TAMIU and across the State of Texas. Each year, the president and risk manager/service coordinator are required to attend this annual training in order to renew their recognized status. In addition, any new advisor is also required to attend this State mandated training.
The OSA is proud to offer numerous online workshops for student organizations. These trainings are basic and offer a good foundation on how to complete various steps for a student organization. This site also provides a list of forms and guides for student organizations to use as needed.
The Student Government Association shall be considered and referred to as the official advisory body of the students to the University administration, faculty, and staff. In addition, it serves as a voice to the Board of Regents, and the Texas Legislature in all matters affecting the student body.
CAB brings pride, tradition and quality experiences to the TAMIU campus by bringing entertainment for the entire campus community that informs and educates the entire campus community.
This site is the central portal for student organizations and their members. Information on each group is provided to all students and those interested in joining a group should request to join that group. In addition, this site is used to track the progress of TAMIU Trailblazers.
This link provides a full list of student organizations available to join at TAMIU. If you can not find one, consider starting your own organization by following the steps under Starting a New Student Organization.