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October 11, 2013

Deactivated student organizations can regain status

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue University's Student Activities and Organizations Office announced the list of organizations and clubs whose records have become outdated.

Beginning this fall, organizations were required to register on BoilerLink and attend the required Student Organizations Development Workshops by Sept 16. Organizations that failed to meet these requirements are being deactivated.

Loss of privileges due to deactivation include an inability to hold events, schedule rooms on campus, apply for grants and funding, lack of access to organization funds in the business office of Student Organizations, a loss of access for encumbrances, loss of bus rental privileges, and the ineligibility for awards and recognitions.

Deactivated organizations will have an opportunity to regain activation on Feb. 3 by registering and completing required workshops. Presidents and treasurers of these organizations can begin attending the required workshops in November. Officers of these organizations who have questions about their status and completing the reactivation requirements can contact Student Activities and Organizations in Schleman Hall, Room 250, by calling 765-494-1231 or emailing sao@purdue.edu.

The organizations that are out of date, according to university records, include:

Aikido Club

Air and Waste Management Association

Alpha Eta Rho

American Red Cross Club of Purdue University

Apparel Design Alumni Network

Ascend

Best Buddies

Boiler Gold Rush Alumni Organization

Boiler STeam

Business Careers in Entertainment Club

C.U.P. Club

Channel 6 BoilerVision

Chemical Engineering Sustainability Initiative

Church of the Living God Int'l Inc.

Collegians for Jesus

Collegiate Career Network

Comitatus

Computer Graphics Technology Graduate Council

Diabetics United at Purdue

Dialogue International

Electrical and Computer Engineering Ambassadors

Epsilon Pi Tau

Evans Scholars

Exponent Booster Club

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Gimlet Leadership Honorary

Global Water Brigades

Go, Bird, Go!

Graduate Engineering and Technology Latin American Student Association at Purdue

Horton Texas Club

Hui Na Opio O Hawaii

International Pistons Club

Krannert Graduate Society of Black Managers

League of Code Feeders

Mechanical Engineering Technology Department Student Council

Mentoring Purdue

Miss Purdue Scholarship Foundation

Motorsports at Purdue

National Demolition Association

National Organization of Business and Engineering

President's Leadership Class Alumni Association

Professional Writing Club

Purdue Association of Technology Students

Purdue Brand Ambassadors

Purdue Collegiate Financial Planners Club

Purdue Comic Book Club

Purdue Croquet Club

Purdue Diversity Association

Purdue Economics Association

Purdue Electric Light Sport Aircraft Project

Purdue for Healthier Life

Purdue Korean Futbol Club

Purdue Liberty in North Korea

Purdue Lunabotics

Purdue Off Road Club

Purdue Optimist

Purdue Quantitative Finance Club

Purdue Starcraft Club

Purdue Student Leadership Council for the Engineering Research Center for Structured-Organic Particulate Systems

Purdue Students of Ailing Mothers and Fathers

Purdue University EcoCAR 2 Team

Purdue University Young Americans for Freedom

Purdue Young Group

Semper Fidelis Society

Spanish Club

Sport Parachute Club

Statistics in the Community

The Coffee Club of Purdue

The Impact Movement

The Keynote

The National Society of Leadership and Success

The Odin Club of Purdue University

The Purdue Reserve Officer Training Corps Ring Committee

Theta Tau Rube Goldberg

Village Cricket Club (Purdue)

Women in Business

World Peace Buddhists

Worldwide Discipleship Association

Youth Advocating Leadership and Learning 

Sources: Martia Brawner King, assistant dean of students, 765-494-1231, mbrawner@purdue.edu 

Cheryl Brantley, student organizations management, 765-494-1231, cbtantle@purdue.edu