Club and Organization Events

Currently, student clubs and organizations are strongly encouraged to host meetings and events virtually. As we continue to move through the semester, we will continue to update guidance on in-person events. Please see below for additional guidelines related to hosting in-person and virtual events.

Registering Events

All meetings and events by clubs and organizations must be registered with the Center for Student Engagement. This helps us track club activities and allows us to assist you in your planning. This also provides us data that helps us ensure that clubs and organizations are active.

To register your meetings and events, you must complete the Event Registration Form. This will also allow you to track your attendance and promote your organization through RoyalSync! Learn more about tracking attendance here.

Creating Virtual Events

We are here to assist you in creating your virtual events. We recommend using Zoom or other virtual platforms (e.g. Instagram Live, etc.) to host online events. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Virtual Trivia Nights (Kahoot)
  • Netflix Parties (or Binge Together)
  • Online Board Games (such as Jackbox Games)
  • Online Bingo
  • Paint Nights
  • Virtual Panel Discussions/Guest Speakers
  • Improv Games, Charades, Pictionary
  • Digital Scavenger Hunts
Check out this article for even more ideas to engage virtually!

In-Person Meetings and Events

Currently, student clubs and organizations are strongly encouraged to host meetings and events virtually. If there is a specific need or desire to host an in-person event or meeting, the club or organization must meet with Patricia Cummings before any event/meeting or funding requests are approved. At this meeting, club leaders will review the requirements for in person events or meeting. The Division of Student Life will revisit the possibility of reservable outdoor tents later in the semester when the weather begins to improve.

Questions?

We are here to help! All questions regarding clubs and organizations can be directed to Patricia Cummings at patricia.cummings@scranton.edu.