Student Organization Registration:

Every registered student organization at the University of Iowa is required to register at the University of Iowa. The current registration process for the upcoming year officially opened on May 6, 2024.

All currently registered student organizations must complete this process. 

Completing re-registrations is vital for maintaining your organization's registration and access to university resources. The deadline to complete registration is June 30, 2024. Failure to complete the registration process by this deadline may result in the loss of your organization's registration status.

Throughout the next two months, the Leadership and Engagement team is available to answer your questions about the emerging policies, procedures, and guidance relating to student organizations. If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to or schedule a meeting with a member of the Leadership, Service, and Civic Engagement team. You can schedule a meeting with a member of the Leadership, Service, and Civic Engagement team, just select “Student Organization Leader Support” and a member of our team would be happy to meet with you. 

Sport Clubs and FSL

Sport Clubs and FSL organizations may have their own registration process set by offices overseeing those organizations. For more information please contact Rec Services at or Fraternity and Sorority Life at with questions.

Registration Timeline:

  • May 6 – June 30  

Steps to complete prior to registration:

  • Individuals must be given permission/access to register via Engage in each organization. Please be sure your permission setting is correct for all eligible individuals you want to be able to complete the registration process. 
  • It is recommended that officers who are transitioning out of roles update the member roster and officer positions (updating your roster resource link). The following positions below are required for all registered student organizations. If your organization has more officer roles, you are encouraged to update those as well.   
    • President 
    • Treasurer 
    • Advisor (if applicable) 
  • It is also recommended that officers who are transitioning out of roles update the member roster of your organization so that the newly elected officers have an accurate account of the members of your organization. 

Completing the registration form:

The registration form can only be started and completed by one person per organization, and this person will become the organization's Primary Contact. We recommend the new officer complete the form to ensure the correct person is listed as the Primary Contact for the 2024-2025 academic year.

Here are step-by-step instructions on how to access your organization’s re-registration form on Engage

Complete all 9 sections of the form; the sections are listed below. While not all information is mandatory, please include necessary details for your organization. Additional information can help promote your organization, attract new members, and provide accurate contact details for potential campus partnerships. 

  1. Organization Profile
  2. Organization Profile Picture
  3. Student Organization Form
  4. Organizational Categories
  5. Student Engagement
  6. Student Involvement
  7. Organization Roster
  8. Constitution/Bylaws Upload
  9. Organization Questions 

After registration closes:

Once the registration form closes, the Leadership, Service, and Civic Engagement Team will review the submission and update you regarding your organization's status. Until the review process is complete your student organization re-registration will be listed as “pending” on Engage.

If you have any questions please contact Leadership, Service, and Civic Engagement team at You may also schedule a meeting with a member. Please select “student organization leader support” as your reason and include some information in the notes section to aid in our preparation for the meeting.