Coronavirus Information:
Bradley University will continue on-campus, in-person classes for the spring 2021 semester with limited restrictions.

Student Organizations

Whether you’re online or on campus this semester, there are a variety of ways you can get involved with our student organizations. Virtual activities hosted by student organizations are open to all students. Check out the full list of organizations and events on Presence. 

Student Organizations Support

The Student Activities Office is committed to providing resources and guidance as we navigate through these new times. A Student Organization COVID-19 Safety Plan has been established to help student leaders plan for possible events.  

A COVID-19 Resource Guide has been developed to share best practices for events and operation during COVID-19. This resource guide supplements the Student Organization Handbook and provides additional support to student organizations and their leaders.

Student Leaders should view the Bradley Organization Leader Training (BOLT) for winter 2020-2021 for additional guidance for spring 2021.

Accountability

Student organizations found responsible for violating any COVID-related guidelines will be subject to loss of privileges for the following semester, including room reservations, fines, SABRC funding and/or university recognition.

Gatherings On and Off of Campus

To learn more, review Bradley's Event and Gathering Guidelines page.

Volunteering

There are a number of ways you can make a difference and support local, national and global communities in the face of COVID-19. For more information regarding volunteer opportunities and COVID-19 volunteerism guidelines, please visit the Braves Volunteer COVID-19 page.