Registered Student Organizations

The mission of the Registered Student Organization (RSO) Office is to provide training and resources that will ensure the success of student organizations at St. Mary’s University.  We encourage students to participate in student-led campus organizations to enhance the learning and holistic development through educational experiences outside of the classroom.  Engagement in student organizations is an excellent opportunity to live out our university mission and characteristics of a Marianist University. We are committed to helping students experience personal growth and develop skills in leadership, event planning and management, decision-making, communication, goal setting, fiscal management, marketing and promotion, and team building.  In addition, membership in registered student organizations provides the opportunity for our students to make new friends and share common interests with other students, faculty, and staff, which creates a vibrant campus community that fosters a family spirit at StMU.  The RSO Office will provide opportunities for student leaders to utilize and implement their leadership skills as they develop their organization and implement programs and services.

Students are encouraged to visit us and learn about the many student groups St. Mary’s University is home to. If there is a specific interest that a student would like to pursue and no organization exists, our office is able to help get an organization started. There are many ways to get involved on the St. Mary’s campus. If you choose to get involved through RSO, it will help you connect to the campus community, create bonds of friendship, and develop your self confidence and leadership abilities.

2015 – 2016 Current RSO Listing:  For more information about these organizations, please log onto RattlerTracks.

Accounting Club
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Sigma
Alpha Psi Omega
American Chemical Society of Students
American Marketing Association
American Production and Inventory Control Society
American Red Cross Campus Club
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Anthropology and Archaeology Club
Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos
Association for Latino Professionals in For America
Belles of St. Mary’s
Best Buddies
Beta Beta Beta
Beta Sigma Phi
Catholic Student Group
Chess Club
Delta Kappa
Delta Sigma Pi
Dumbledore’s Army
Environment, Conservation & Outreach Club
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Fine Arts Society
Forensic Science Club
Future United Latino Leaders for Change
Gamma Iota Sigma
Global Brigades
Golden Key International Honour Society
Greehey Scholars Program
Habitat for Humanity
Hispanic Servant Leaders
HOSA – Future Health Professionals
INFORMS (Institute of Industrial Engineers)
Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers
International Business Association
International Students’ Association
Investments Club
Japanese Culture and Anime Club
League of Gamers
Mexican Student Association
Mu Phi Epsilon (Chapter – Zeta Nu)
National Society of Leadership and Success
Native American Students’ Association
Outdoor Adventure Club
Phi Alpha Delta
Phi Alpha Theta
Phi Sigma Tau
Pi Sigma Alpha
Pre-Dental Society
Pre-Medical Society
Psi Chi
Psychology Club
Rattler Enterprises
Rattler Newspaper
Rattlers for Kids
Residence Hall Association
Saudi Student Club
Social Justice League
Society of Physics Students
St. Mary’s University Students for Liberty
St. Mary’s Society Of Mathematicians
St. Mary’s University College Democrats
St. Mary’s University Opera Guild
Striking Chords
Student Band Committee
Student Educators Association for Dynamic Leadership
Student Government Association
Student Veterans Organization at St. Mary’s University
Students Engaged in Global Outreach & Empowerment
Ultimate Frisbee Club
University Programming Council

Contact Us
Registered Student Organizations

2015 – 2016 RSO Staff:
Jerome G. Budomo – Assistant Director, SATP/RSO Program Advisor
Elena Botello – RSO Intern
Emiliano Farciert – RSO InternSt. Mary’s University
One Camino Santa Maria, Box 83
San Antonio, Texas 78228

Office Location: University Center, 2nd Floor, RM 226

Student Activities and Transition Programs
Dr. Sheri King, Director
Jerome Budomo, Assistant Director
Belinda Sanchez, Administrative Assistant
Fax: 210-436-3422

Office Location: University Center, 2nd Floor