RSO Resources:

Org 101 Training & Modules


All RSO Presidents & Treasurers + any Officer or Member who will be spending money on behalf of their RSO will be required to complete Org 101 Training and pass the Associated Quiz.

Sign Up for Org 101 Training

RSO Handbook


The RSO Handbook serves as a more detailed compliment to Org 101 Trainings, and has some additional resources, guidelines, and tools to support RSO Officers in managing and leading their org.

Read the RSO Handbook

RSO Officer Newsletters


The Monthly RSO Officer Newsletters contain timely information/deadlines and important updates that pertain to the management of RSOs. You can view past issues below past issues of the Pulse.

Review Past Issues of the RSO Newsletter

RSO Harm Prevention Education


All RSOs are required to complete a Harm Prevention Education Session between the start of Fall Quarter and the RSO Re-Registration Deadline in the Spring in order to be considered an active RSO the following year.

Sign Up for a Harm Prevention Training

RSO Finance Tools


Looking for the USG Funding Request Application? Not sure how to reserve the P-Card? All of the tools you need to spend and manage your RSO's funds can be found here.

Spend RSO Money

RSO Event Planning Resources


Resources and worksheets to help make Event Planning as simple as possible.

Including information about planning during COVID-19

Plan an Event

RSO Registration Steps for 2020-2021

Here is a snapshot of what to expect and what you'll need if you will be the person responsible for registering a new RSO or re-registering your RSO in the Spring for the following year:

1) RSO Registration & Re-Registration take place on CrimsonConnect

Use your first.last@du.edu email address and password to log into crimsonconnect.du.edu

2) Once you're logged in, navigate to the RSO List

Use the "Group" icon at the top of the page and click the blue "+All Groups" button.

This will open a new page with a full list of current Orgs and information at the top of the page about registering a new RSO.

In the Spring quarter, you'll know if your Org still needs to Re-Register because when you log into CrimsonConnect and navigate to your organization, you will see a blue "Re-Register Your Group" button. Clicking on that will take you to the Re-Registration form.

3) ANY member of your organization can Re-Register your Org in the Spring

During the Spring Re-Registration window, if the following year's leadership has been elected, they should be the ones to re-register, if they have not yet been elected, the first few weeks of Spring Quarter are a great  time to hold elections.

If your elections will not happen until after the re-registration window, current leadership may re-register your group, and will be responsible for updating the officer list when leadership transitions. Alternatively, anyone listed on the Membership roster for your RSO will have the ability to re-register your RSO.

4) Gather your materials ahead of time.

You will need the following in order to Register or Re-register, so gather your materials before you begin the form (all of these documents can be found here (halfway down the page), or can be obtained with their direct hyperlinks below):

  • Up to date Organization Constitution (sample constitution can be found here).
  • Up to date Membership Roster (here is the roster template optimized for uploads into CrimsonConnect).
  • Undergraduate Students serving as President, Vice President & Treasurer.
  • + 7 additional undergraduate student members
  • Faculty/Staff Advisor - you will provide their @du.edu email address within the form, as well as a signed RSO-Advisor Agreement form.