What is Collegiate Link?
Collegiate Link (CL) is a database that chronicles student organization profiles, membership rosters, and events, as well as other engagement opportunities from around campus. All student clubs and organizations must be registered with updated information on CL in order to be recognized within the university as a student group. A new registration period will be open to all student organizations at the start of each academic year where students will be required to update their organization profiles. All club communication will be through Collegiate Link so ensure that you are checking the events, announcements, and opportunities posted daily!
Who needs to use Collegiate Link?
All student clubs and organizations will need to use CL in order to be registered with the Student Activities Office as a student group. This includes fraternities, club sports, and student government organizations.
Why do I need to use Collegiate Link?
Collegiate Link is an incredible resource! If interested in joining a club or organization, individual students can browse Collegiate Link to gain more information and insight about the organizations they are interested in. Students can request to join a club through the database as well. Organizations can market events and opportunities on Collegiate Link so students browsing can learn about ways to get involved around campus. Clubs and organizations can also post photos, recruit members, message peers, and advertise events on Collegiate Link.
Being registered on Collegiate Link is the only way organizations will be eligible to reserve tables and windows in Scandling, book space for meetings, and register club events.
How do I register my club?
Registration is easy! Use the HWS CollegiateLink Club and Student Organizations manual. *Remember that only presidents can register their club!
What about the Involvement Expo and Student Leader Summit?
The Involvement Expo and Student Leader Summit registrations will take place through CollegiateLink. We will inform you via email and through your CollegiateLink profile when those registrations are available in mid-August!
What is the process for New Clubs to register?
All new clubs must get approval from Hobart Student Government and William Smith Congress before being recognized by the Office of Student Activities. Follow these quick steps to begin the process:
Who can register an organization in Collegiate Link?
Only the club or student organization president can register an organization in Collegiate Link.
What is the difference between having club status and being a registered organization?
Recognition by Hobart Student Government and/or William Smith Congress is what allows you to receive club status. Club status means that you are an approved club that can then by registered by the Office of Student Activities. The registration process for groups that receive Club Status is done through HWS Collegiate Link at the link “Register a New Organization.”
What about Event Registration?
Use the instruction document in the HWS CollegiateLink Club and Student Organization manual titled Registering a Club Event to register all club events (even meetings!). This process has completely replaced the paper form previously used by the Office of Student Activities.
What about Service Hours?
Use the instruction document in the HWS CollegiateLink Club and Student Organization manual titled Adding Service Hours to add any service hours on behalf of your club or organization.
I’m having trouble!
If you are a club leader or member, contact the Office of Student Activities for assistance with navigating CollegiateLink at 315-781-3513 or via email: email@example.com
Creating a Form
Creating a News Article
Creating a Photo Gallery
Creating an Election
Creating an Event
Editing Event Details to an Approved Event
Editing your Organization Profile Page
Recording Service Hours
Registering a New Club
Reserving a Table or Window
Updating Membership Rosters
Uploading a Document
Tracking your Student Organization Success Tool