Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) provide students with opportunities for involvement in the University community and beyond. These organizations provide students with opportunities to gain leadership skills and professional development in their fields.
SIU students can participate in approximately 450 organizations, including student governmental groups, coordinating councils, public interest groups, fraternities and sororities, publication and media groups, scholastic and professional honorary societies, departmental clubs, special interest groups, religious organizations, and sports and recreation clubs. For more information about any of SIU's registered student organizations visit the RSO webpage.
Elementary Education Student Organization (EESO)
The purpose of the SIU Elementary Education Student Organization is to assist pre-service teachers of elementary education with resources and support services. EESO's goals are to assist students in developing skills, which will enable them to become effective teachers in an elementary setting. EESO will provide opportunities for re-service teachers to attend conferences, earn scholarships, and acquaint themselves with other students in the program.
Promoting Respect and Inclusiveness through Diversity Excellence (PRIDE)
P.R.I.D.E. is an academic registered student organization (RSO) designed to provide students who are within the College of Education and Human Services an opportunity to learn about and experience views from a multicultural perspective. P.R.I.D.E. is a unique RSO dedicated to diversity and inclusiveness issues.
These and other College of Education and Human Services RSO's are listed at http://ehs.siu.edu/services/student-resources/student-orgs.html