LIBERAL ARTS ASSOCIATED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS (LAASOs)
The LAASO Program stands as a designation providing admitted student groups with the opportunity to receive higher tier funding from the College of Liberal Arts. Eligible organizations must strengthen the cultural, professional, and/or academic environment of the college and its students to earn and maintain the distinction. The resulting connections further the mission of a well-rounded liberal arts education that starts here and changes the world.
BENEFITS OF BEING A LAASO
Regular updates about funding sources on campus for student organization events
Increased Networking Possibilities:
- Alumni, faculty, the Liberal Arts Council, and other LAASOs
Increased Advertising Opportunities and Publicity
Access to Communications Director for event advertising planning and design.
Monitors and billboards in the Liberal Arts Building (CLA)
University-wide exposure through Liberal Arts Council events, initiatives, and The Liberator coverage
Connection to related/relevant departments for possible event advertising
Annual tabling spot at Gone to Liberal Arts
Name on Liberal Arts Council and College of Liberal Arts websites
Priority registration of the CLA Dies Student Center’s Wagner Student Workroom
HOW TO APPLY
Applications will be reviewed by the Liberal Arts Council on a rolling admission format throughout the academic year. To apply, please complete the application on this page and send to College Ambassador at firstname.lastname@example.org and Administrative Director Kaitlin Bethay at email@example.com. If you have any questions about becoming a LAASO, send us an email, or come to one of our General Assembly meetings to find out what we're all about.