Council of Student Organizations meetings are coordinated by the Office of Student Life and are held once per month. The purpose of the meetings is for organizations to learn methods to improve the way their group functions, to share information and ideas about programs or policies that affect student organization life on campus, allow for reports on happenings in each organization, and for organizations to voice questions and concerns (a more specific focus may be determined, if necessary).
Each student organization is required to send one representative to each COSO meeting, and each organization is allowed one vote when voting is necessary. Failure to send a representative may cause the organization to lose its SAF funding privileges and/or its status as an active, registered organization for that semester. Failure to attend more than once COSO meeting per semester will be documented in the student organization's file and may result in the organization’s budget being frozen.