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The Registration Enrichment Support and Educational Training (RESET) program is intended to ensure that student organization leaders are properly equipped to lead their organizations successfully and utilize all of the available resources provided by the Department of Campus Life.

The goals of RESET are to:

  • Help student organizations fulfill their mission statement and achieve their goals.
  • Develop leadership knowledge and skills.
  • Ensure that organizations are aware of university policies, procedures and resources.
  • Promote responsibility, respect, and positive experiences through student organizations.

RESET Registration Workshop

Each organization is responsible for sending one (1) representative to a RESET Registration Workshop which is the first step of the student organization registration process.

For Returning Student Organizations

In order to be recognized during the 2021-22 Academic Year, Returning Student Organization (student organization MUST have been recognized during the 2020-2021 academic year) Presidents must attend RESET 2021 for Returning Student Organizations on Monday, July 26 & Tuesday, July 27, 2021 @ 9:00am - 4:30pm in the Student Activities Center.

RESET Make-UP Session (for Returning & New Student Organizations)

Wednesday, August 25th 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Student Activities Center Laker Lounge
Wednesday, September 22nd 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Student Activities Center Laker Lounge
Wednesday, October 20th 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Student Activities Center Laker Lounge

If the president of the organization is unavailable to attend, the Vice-President may attend as the alternate. All representatives must arrive on time and must stay throughout the entire training in order for the organization to receive credit. Organization Reps who fail to do so will have to attend one of the New Student Organization RESET Workshops in August or September. Remember: student organizations must be recognized prior to reserving space and accessing allocated funds.

For New Student Organizations

We welcome and encourage students to start new student organizations to better help serve the needs of the Clayton State Community! Students wishing to start a New Student Organization must complete the RESET for Student Organizations Training in D2L. Interested students must email the following information to Mr. Mickell at for access to the RESET Training:

  • Name
  • CSU UserID (NOT the password)
  • In the Subject Line: RESET Training Access

For questions, concerns, or additional information, please contact Mr. Willie Mickell at