CLUBS

The Undergraduate Student Government Downtown is a resource for student organizations on the Downtown Phoenix campus of Arizona State University. The student government distributes funds from the student fee budget to student organizations to host events, obtain promotional items and advance professional development. 

 

USGD also assists student organizations with the planning and execution of events across the Downtown campus, as well as hosting Sun Devil Leadership Coalition meetings to form a community between student organizations and help inform student organizations of the funding process and the requirements student organizations must meet to obtain funding. 

 

We are here to help support student organizations continue to prosper on the Downtown Phoenix Campus. The information below is to help you grow and expand your organization while getting the support you need.

 

If you have any questions, contact the Vice President of Services Michelle Ailport. You can reach her by  emailing questions and concerns to mailport@asu.edu

Frequently asked questions

How do resource rentals work?


Do you need something to spice up your event? How about an A-frame for promotion on Taylor Mall? Or an iPad so that students can input their information or take a survey? You're in luck! USGD has created a resource rental program to serve students and student organizations in need of items for activities and events on campus. You can rent any of the following items from USGD at any time so that your organization does not have to purchase them. Items available for rent: ​-iPads -Google Square -Inflatable Bowling Set -Spinning "Prize" Wheel -Chalk A-Frames -Speaker & Mic System -Canopy Tents -Disk-Drop Game




Where can I get storage space for my club?


If your student organization needs storage, there are storage cabinets in rooms L1-15 at the Student Center in the Post Office.




How much marketing should I make?


Marketing is very important for your organization and your events. Having a member of your team dedicated to marketing can be very helpful in the success of your events. This is the number of flyers that you will need for each location: Mercado: 4 flyers UCENT: 10 Cronkite: 4 Taylor Place: 30 Student Center: 4 Sun Devil Fitness Center: 4 NHI 1 & 2: 20




Can I have help starting a new club on campus?


New Student Organization Information Sessions are scheduled on a one on one basis. During the New Student Organization Session, student organization representatives will receive information on various resources: -How to receive student fee funding -How to connect with other student organizations -Contacts for university resources Students interested in forming a student organization will work with a Student Engagement Representative by contacting Student Organization Support via email or phone at: downtownclubs@asu.edu or (602) 496-1781