Office of the Congress of Student Organizations
The purpose of the Congress of Student Organizations (CSO) is to provide quality resources and information pertinent to the sustainability of all campus student organizations. The Congress of Student Organizations Commission and the Executive Commissioner and Assistant Executive Commissioner of the Congress of Student Organizations are also responsible for enforcing the CSO Guidelines and university policies and procedures in a way that is consistent, fair and equal to all student organizations. The commission approves new student organizations and helps to ensure the success of all student organizations on-campus.
Mikayla Young: Monday 12:30-1:30, Tuesday 1:00-2:30, Wednesday 3:00-3:30, Thursday 1:00-2:30, Friday 1:00-1:45
Tyler Fergel: Monday 8:00-10:00, 2:00-4:00, Tuesday 11:00-12:00, 2:00-4:00, Wednesday 2:00-4:00, Thursday 8:00-9:30, 11:00-12:00, 2:00-3:00, Friday 8:00-10:00
Thursdays at 7:00pm
Mikayla Young, Executive Commissioner of the Congress of Student Organizations
Tyler Fergel, Assistant Executive Commissioner of the Congress of Student Organizations
Please contact Mikayla or Tyler at email@example.com with any questions regarding student organizations or CSO.
About the CSO Executive Commissioners
Hometown: Napoleon, ND
Major: Human Development and Family Science and Elementary Education
Favorite Hobby: Using Bikeshare around Fargo.
Favorite Thing About NDSU: The atmosphere in general.
Why you are in Student Government: Student Government is a direct way to make my voice, along with your constituent's voices heard. I enjoy working with a wide range of students, faculty, and staff by making a positive impact to affect everyone that sets foot on this campus. By the time I graduate I want to know, I left the university better than when we arrived.
Fun Fact: Whenever someone asks for a fun fact about me, I make a new one up.
Organizations: Human Development and Family Science Club, elementary Education Club,
Hometown: Shakopee, MN
Major: Political Science for Pre-Law
Favorite Thing About NDSU: The fact that NDSU is a nationally recognized school through research and athletics while maintaining a comparatively small student population.
Why you chose NDSU: NDSU was the first school I toured and I absolutely loved the campus, the programs offered, and the enrollment numbers.
Favorite Hobby: I always keep an "Emergency Football" in my car for whenever I need to just go outside and play catch!
Why you are in Student Government: I love working directly with the students and organizations of NDSU!
Fun Fact: I feel that I have the proper aesthetic credentials to fill in as the Student Body Vice President in a time of need.
Organizations: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity, ARMY ROTC, and Interfraternity Council.