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  • Join an RSO | Hornet Central

    Join an RSO College isn’t just about the education you get in the classroom. Campus engagement is just as important as your GPA when it's time to take the next step after college. Hornets who engage on campus and in student organizations will have the opportunity to build leadership skills + confidence, make life-long friends, make a difference in your community and have fun! Research shows that students who are involved on campus beyond the classroom are more likely to graduate and be employed in the field of their major! READY? TELL US WHAT YOU RSO's YOU'RE INTERESTED IN! Join an RSO Inquiry Form

  • Traditions Keeper Program | Hornet Central

    Traditions Keeper Program YOUR LEGACY BEGINS HERE TWO EASY STEPS The Traditions Keeper is a distinction that Emporia State University students can earn at the time of their graduation. The purpose of this program is to encourage ESU students to get involved in campus programs and events, strive for high academic success, show black & gold pride, and participate in civic engagement within the Emporia community. In order to be awarded the distinction of Traditions Keeper, students must complete at least thirty traditions at the time of graduation. Five traditions from each category must make up the thirty or more traditions completed. Traditions can only be used, counted, and submitted for credit once. Within the Traditions Keeper Program there are four distinctions that ESU students can earn. They are as follows: 1. Black Distinction- Completed at least five traditions (one from each category) 2. Gold Distinction- Completed at least twelve traditions 3. Corky Distinction- Completed at least twenty traditions 4. Traditions Keeper- Completed thirty or more traditions (five from each category) Reaching each distinction will be acknowledged and awarded by receiving an enamel pin for Black, Gold, and Corky Distinction. Once a student has achieved the distinction of Traditions Keeper, they will be awarded a medallion to wear at graduation. Step One: APPLY To start the process, simply fill out this quick form and media release. ​ Tradition Keepers Program Form Step Two: SUBMIT YOUR TRADITION Each time you satisfy a tradition, submit this form. On the form, you'll indicate which of the four distinctions you qualifying for and then which tradition you are meeting. Finally, you'll attach a photo, document or other tradition that can be used to verify your qualification. ​ Please remember to submit a new form for each piece of evidence. Tradition Keepers Upload Form Choose from over 65+ ESU Traditions ​ Black and Gold Attend a Hornet Men’s/Women’s basketball game Attend a Hornet volleyball game in White Auditorium Wave the ESU Flag at a unique location Wear your Black & Gold Sit in the student section and cheer on ESU Football during a home game in Welch Stadium Snap a picture with one of the many Corky statues around campus Follow Emporia State University on social media Wish in the Kellogg Circle Fountain Go around/under the arch in front of King Hall Donate to the Student Foundation Be nominated for Homecoming Royalty Learn the fight song Take a picture with the mascot, Corky Be a part of the Turnpike tussle Participate in an E-zone activity Sit on the hill at Trusler for a Hornet Baseball game Be on Wooster Bridge at midnight Eat in the Hornets Nest Ring Silent Joe Live in one of the three Residential Halls Visit Campus Woods Academic Success Attend a Hornet Connection Study in the William Allen White Library Visit Visser Hall and study in the Atrium Fill out your intent to graduate Attend a University-sponsored career fair Dress nice for a full day of class Study Abroad Attend a University-sponsored lecture series Meet the University President Get involved in University research Work with your professor to become a teacher’s assistant, in-class tutor, or Graduate Assistant Receive a letter grade of an “A” in a class Visit the One Room Schoolhouse Sit in the front row of a class Join an academic club or honors society Be a member of the Honors College Have an internship Make the Dean's List Beyond the Classroom Attend a Welcome Week event Be an ESU student athlete Participate in ESU Debate Participate in music, theatre, choir, dance, color guard, or the marching band Get an on-campus job Participate in at least one Recognized Student Organization on campus Attend an ASG Senate Meeting Play an intramural sport Observe the art galleries in King Hall Visit the National Teachers Hall of Fame or Memorial for Fallen Educators Visit the Kansas Business Hall of Fame in Cremer Hall Explore the Richard H. Schmidt Museum of Natural History Explore the Johnson Geology Museum Visit the Peterson Planetarium Attend an ESU Theatre production Attend a ZOIKS/PANTS performance Join a fraternity/sorority Serve as an E-Team Leader or help with Freshman Orientation Civic Engagement Vote in the ESU Associated Student Government Elections (or run for office!) Be a Hornet Helper or assist with move-in day Participate in a community service event Participate in an Emporia Main Street First Friday Event Visit the Emporia Veteran’s Memorial Donate to Corky’s Cupboard Be named an Emporia State Changemaker Receive an individual RSO Award or Student Involvement Award Attend an event with Community Hornets Clean up trash/leaves around campus or within the community Participate in an Alternative Spring Break Trip Write a thank you note to a professor or faculty member Vote in a primary or general election Donate your blood during a Red Cross Blood Drive on campus Be recognized as a Newberg Outstanding or Distinguished Senior Be recognized as a Patterson, McNair or Shepherd Scholar

  • Update Your RSO Information | Hornet Central - Emporia State University

    Managing Your RSO Update your RSO page Update your RSO Leadership Members List Create a Form for Your RSO Update Your RSO PAGE Each student organization has a dedicated page that can be customized to share information about your RSO. ​ Providing current and dynamic photos is a key step in making your organization's page look inviting and encourage student interest! ​ To make changes, identified leadership members of each organization may submit a simple online form. ​ The following items can be customized: ​ HERO IMAGE - The large graphic at the top of your page. This is usually a photo graph and must be landscape/horizontal. We recommend 1920 x 1080 at 150 DPI. A default curated image will appear by default, but it is highly recommended that organizations provide a customized image. ​ DESCRIPTION - This is a text box that describes your organization. Make it descriptive, but engaging! We recommend between 1-4 sentences. ​ PROFILE GRAPHIC - This is a square graphic representing your organization. Some organizations have a custom logo, but you can also use this region to show a photo. This must be a square graphic or photo. We recommend 400 x 400 pixels at 150 DPI. By default, a Corky will appear in this section. ​ SOCIAL MEDIA - You may provide a link to your social media accounts. We support Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or a custom website link. If you use a social media app not listed, we recommend you enter that as part of your description or as one of the custom blocks at the bottom of the page. ​ DOCUMENTS - These are your organizations documents (by-laws, constitution, etc.). Please provide us with the current versions of these documents and not just links. These are not required and you may use them as needed, but you are limited to two. ​ INTEREST LINK - This is a link to more information about joining an RSO. Information collected will be submitted to CSI and shared with the appropriate organization. This link is not customizable. ​ GALLERY - This is a photo gallery. We recommend at least one photo. Photos should be landscape/horizontal, but it's not required. You may submit up to 10 photos. ​ CUSTOM BLOCKS - There are two customizable rich text blocks at the bottom of the page. You can provide the title and content that best showcases your organization. These should be original and not replicate the content designated for an existing block on the page. ​ ​ ​ Download the Update Guide as a PDF READY TO REQUEST AN UPDATE? New Update Form Update Your RSO LEADERSHIP To update the leadership of your organization, including President, Vice-President, and Advisor(s), please complete this form. The request will be submitted and managed by CSI. ​ What to include: Not all members but those who are executive leaders needing access to the shared document file, creation of RSO forms, and shared drive. ​ You must use this form. Do not add them within SharePoint. ​ Update Leadership Form Creating a FORM All RSO forms must be created in Microsoft Forms ​ 1. Log in to your RSO's SharePoint Site. ​ 2. Create the form. ​ 3. Share it with your organization's members. ​ ​ Remember, only your organization's leadership team has access to your RSO's SharePoint site. ​ If you need a form to be listed on the master list of forms in Hornet Central complete the request form. Form Creation Step By Step Request Form Be Listed How to Log In to Office 365 Need Help LOGGING IN?

  • Community Service | Hornet Central

    Community Service Circle K International Community Hornets Getting Involved in Volunteering in Emporia (GIVE) Green Club Hornets Against Hunger

  • Using Microsoft Forms | Hornet Central

    Using Microsoft Forms Creating and sharing a form using Microsoft Forms Need to create a form for your RSO? Follow the steps below. To begin, go to Click the Students tab Scroll to the bottom of the page and select the Microsoft Forms tile To continue, login to your student Microsoft account using Now that you've reached the Forms home screen, be sure to select your RSO group from the My Groups section so your form will be listed in your group (You must be part of your RSO Leadership group to access this) Then, in the drop down menu next to the New Group Quiz button, select New Group Form Now, you can name your form and edit the fields (Forms may suggest fields to you based on the title of your form) To see responses, click on the responses tab To share, click the share button. Here, you can set permissions for who has access to fill out your form Then, you can copy a shareable link to the form, generate a QR Code that redirects to the form, embed it in a webpage, or send it in an email Check back periodically to see responses to your form If you want your form to be listed on Hornet Central, fill out the Request Form be Listed application in Hornet Central ​ Tip: You may receive notifications in your student Gmail account, but always remember to log in to Office 365 separately using the links in Hornet Central. Your username is always , never ! ​

  • Governing or Politics | Hornet Central

    Governing or Politics Associated Student Government (ASG) Criminal Justice Organization ESU Ambassadors Politics and Law Club Union Activities Council

  • Academic | Hornet Central

    Academic American Chemical Society Student Affiliate Athletic Training Club Beta Alpha Psi Beta Beta Beta National Biology Honor Society Biology Club Chi Alpha Epsilon Chinese Students and Scholars Association Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO) Criminal Justice Organization Delta Delta Epsilon, Alpha Alpha Chapter Earth Science Club Emporia Kansas Association of Nursing Students (E-KANS) Emporia State University's Student Chapter of the American Library Association (SCALA) First Generation Student Organization First Year Mentoring Program Health and Human Performance Club Kansas National Education Association - Aspiring Educators (KNEA-AE) Kappa Delta Pi - Iota Chapter Kappa Kappa Psi Kappa Mu Epsilon Marketing Club NAEA Student Chapter (National Art Education Association) NAfME Collegiate: National Association For Music Education at ESU National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) Organization of Biology Graduate Students (OBGS) Phi Beta Lambda Psi Chi Psychology Club Spanish Club The Information Systems Club The Locard Society of Forensic Science The Tech Group Trauma Informed Educators Wellness Education Club Wildlife & Fisheries Club

  • Updates | Hornet Central

    Site Updates Throughout the summer and fall, new parts of this site will go live! Check back to get the latest updates as we work to bring you even more new features! Task Order Feature Estimated Date Available Live 1 Temporary build/demo site is available. 05/07/2021 Yes 2 Site will display all current as of Summer 2021 RSO's with categorization and available graphics 06/01/2021 Yes 3 SOFE Forms Available 06/01/2021 No 4 Site Update Forms Available 07/01/2021 Yes 5 Join an RSO Form Available 07/01/2021 Yes 6 RSO Leadership SharePoint Groups Created 07/01/2021 Yes 7 Update your RSO membership Form 07/01/2021 Yes 8 Form Creation Process Available 07/01/2021 No 9 Service Hours Portal Available 08/01/2021 No 10 Event + Advertising Service Available 08/01/2021 No 11 Tradition Keepers Process 08/16/2021 No 12 Begin Promotional Campaign 08/16/2021 No 13 Distribution Groups Available for Senator Elections (undergrad by College/School) 09/03/2021 No

  • Honorary | Hornet Central

    Honorary Beta Alpha Psi Beta Beta Beta National Biology Honor Society Blue Key Honor Society Chi Alpha Epsilon Chinese Students and Scholars Association Kappa Delta Pi - Iota Chapter Kappa Mu Epsilon Psi Chi

  • Writing or Artistic | Hornet Central

    Writing or Artistic A Cappella Choir American Sign Language Club Chess Club Educational Theatre Company Flute Choir Glass Guild NAEA Student Chapter (National Art Education Association) NAfME Collegiate: National Association For Music Education at ESU Print Guild Quivira Sunflower Yearbook The Photo Club Zoiks! Improv Comedy

  • Athletic-based | Hornet Central

    Athletic-based Athletic Training Club ESU Esports Emporia State Disc Golf Club Health and Human Performance Club Student Athlete Advisory Committee Wellness Education Club

  • Cultural or Identity-based | Hornet Central

    Cultural or Identity-based Active Minds American Sign Language Club Association of Latino Professionals For America (ALPFA) + Spanish Club Black Student Union Chinese Students and Scholars Association Diversity Ambassadors First Generation Student Organization Hispanic American Leadership Organization Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. Multicultural Greek Governing Council (MGGC) Muslim Student Association People Respecting Individuality & Diversity In Education (PRIDE) Spanish Club THRIVE Peer Educators

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