ASTEC is the premiere audio/visual services provider on campus. Since 1980, ASTEC has been providing free services to registered student organizations and paid services to the rest of the UW community. Student groups can get help with events from projectors for weekly meetings to large scale systems for special events. Visit the ASTEC page for more info.
Each year, ASUW sets aside money from students fees to be used on one-time special requests. This money has in the past funded things such as technology upgrades, artwork for union meeting rooms, and expansion of the UW Bike Library. Requests can be from anyone in the UW community for projects that enhance the campus experience. Requests are due early in the Fall Semester. More information can be found on the Special Projects Application or by emailing the ASUW Director of Finance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASUW's Director of Finance leads the Student Financial Wellness Committee. This committee hosts Financial Wellness Month and other financial wellness events.
Freshman Senate is the first year program for students interested in collegiate government and general campus involvement. The group is open to any first-time first-year student and meets every Tuesday at 5pm in the Union Senate Chambers. Visit the Freshman Senate page for more information.
NTSC is an organization of students who advocate by identifying concerns, increasing awareness, and providing a collective voice for the non-traditional student community of the University of Wyoming. The group is open to any non-traditional student. Visit the Non-Traditional Student Council for more information.
The RSO Asset Storage – Locker Unit in an initiative by the ASUW Student Government to provide Locker Units to Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) here at the University of Wyoming to store their own material and items, as well as the materials and items purchased through the funds distributed by the ASUW Student Government to fund RSO events. These Locker Units will be located in the basement of the Wyoming Union and personally accessible by RSOs during operating hours of the building. Through an application and selection process at the end of every spring semester, 1 RSO per Locker Unit will be selected to lease, free of charge, a Locker Unit from the ASUW Student Government through the following summer and academic year. RSOs which have current access to a Locker Unit are encouraged to apply for continued access at such time, but are not guaranteed continued access to a Locker Unit. Please contact the ASUW Director of RSO Relations and Funding Coordinator at email@example.com for further details or any questions you may have about the RSO Asset Storage – Locker Unit.
The RSO Asset Storage – Knight Hall in an initiative by the ASUW Student Government to provide a centralized location for Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) here at the University of Wyoming to store their own material and items, as well as the materials and items purchased through the funds distributed by the ASUW Student Government to fund RSO events. RSOs are selected to store materials and items, free of charge, in a storage room within Knight Hall operated by the ASUW Student Government. RSOs will not have personal access to the storage room, instead they will need to be accompanied by someone from the ASUW office to access their storage. RSOs which have materials and items stored within this space will be encouraged, but not required, to share such materials and items with other RSOs in order to create an environment of material sustainability and collaboration between RSOs. Please contact the ASUW Director of RSO Relations and Funding Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or any questions you may have about the RSO Asset Storage – Knight Hall. Applications for Knight Hall Storage open up in mid to late spring, and there is a chance that RSOs applying for storage may need to present their application before ASUW Funding Board, which will they will be invited to.
Funding Board provides over $150,000 in funding each year to student groups of UW. This includes large scale events happening each year and one time programs that student groups want to put on. The RSO Funding Board also has limited funds available for Conference Registration fees for student groups. Visit the Funding Board Page for more information and forms related to funding requests.
The ASUW Student Legal Services offers legal services to all fee paying UW students. The Program is funded through the allocation of a portion of the ASUW fee paid each semester by fee paying students. The consultation services provided by the Student Legal Services are free, therefore, to those students who have prepaid their fee packages. Visit the Student Legal Services page for more info.
The purpose of the United Multicultural Council is to improve the campus climate through community education, progressive action and appropriate reactions to diversity and social justice issues as they arise, and increased communication in the promotion of respect for diversity and social justice at the University of Wyoming. UMC is open to any UW student. Meeting times rotate. Contact email@example.com for more information.
WyoVocal is an online platform which allows any student of the University of Wyoming to submit issues/topics they feel need to be addressed on campus, as well as vote in support of or comment on such issues/topics through their WyoLogin account. Students are able to do this through our WyoWeb widget or directly here. Once an issue/topic reaches a set vote threshold (400 votes), the ASUW Student Government will assign the issue/topic to either an ASUW Legislative Committee and/or an Executive Branch designee for further research and development. WyoVocal serves to hold all ASUW Student Government officials more accountable to the University of Wyoming student population, as well as a means for the ASUW Student Government to effectively gauge student opinion on campus issues. Please contact the ASUW Director of Institutional Development at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or any questions you may have about WyoVocal.
The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is a student representative organization that governs all NIC-recognized fraternities. Annual IFC activities include formal and informal recruitment, Greek Week, various community service events, campus and community speakers, and attendance at regional leadership conferences.The University of Wyoming Chapter of IFC has been focused on advancing the fraternities on campus scholastically, organizationally, and philanthropically by instituting avenues by which positive growth can occur.
Meetings: Thursdays at 7 pm in Union Senate Chambers
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The University of Wyoming Panhellenic Council is the governing body for three National Panhellenic Council (NPC) recognized chapters on campus and two local sororities. NPC is the premier advocacy and support organization for the advancement of the sorority experience. The Wyoming Panhellenic Council, with the help of two delegates from each sorority, strives to provide all members of the affiliated chapters with an opportunity for leadership, scholarship, service, university involvement, network and support, and friendship. The council hosts many annual events, including Fall Recruitment, Greek Week, Panhellenic Tea, and various other community service, philanthropy, and educational events. The council’s main goal is to promote positive growth within the Fratenerity & Sorority Life/Panhellenic community, the University of Wyoming, and the city of Laramie.
Meetings: Mondays at 4 pm in Union Senate Chambers
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