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SORC Mission

Arizona State University (ASU) recognizes co-curricular activities as a vital component in the attainment of the mission of the University and the personal development of its students.

The purpose of registered student organization programs at the University is to complement students' academic programs of study and to enhance the overall educational experience of students through development of, exposure to, and participation in social, cultural, intellectual, and recreational activities.

SORC Policies

Policies and procedures relating to student organizations are available on the Student Organization Resource Guide and Policy Manual (in pdf format). Information for all organization members : Please review the "ASU Extra-Curricular Activities Conditions for Participation."

Student Affairs Policies and Procedures Manual Shortcuts

Student Code of Conduct
104-01 Code of Conduct
Student Risk Management
Risk Management Policies
Behavior
104–03 Hazing Prevention
Memorial Union
502–02 Reserving and Using Memorial Union Facilities
Services and Activities
503–01 Scheduling Outdoor Campus Activities Areas
503–02 Sales and Solicitation on Campus
Greek Life
1001–01 Fraternities and Sororities—Relationship with the University
Student Organizations
1002–01 Student Organization Registration
Student Housing (Residential Life)
703–10 Palo Verde Beach Use for Programming
Internet/Web Use Policy
ACD 125: Computer, Internet, and Electronic Communications