Just like that, the month of September flew by –
Welcome back Huskies! Whether you’re a new or old student, there’s really nothing quite like campus in Fall, right? From the colorful foliage to the crisp weather (and apples), the feeling of settling into the new school year is always special.
Now suppose there’s a way to enhance that college experience: a way to streamline people’s connections, keep calendars organized and even to keep records of all of your involvement while in school.
Luckily, a thing like OrgSync actually exists, and it’s been made better than ever.
What’s OrgSync, you ask?
OrgSync is a platform to connect students, or users, directly to their campus and all of the activities/organizations it has to offer. With OrgSync, you can create your own profile and all of your extracurriculars together in one place.
Who is it for?
OrgSync is used by many campuses, departments, organizations, and students.
For example, student organizations need an official outlet to both be recognized by the school and to receive a budget for their expenses. This can be done by registering a group through OrgSync.
On the flip side of the coin, a student can keep a record of the clubs they’ve joined and participated in, but it only becomes valid and confirmed through OrgSync and registering an organization.
How can I get started?
Great question. You can get started by heading over to http://www.orgsync.com and registering yourself.
Afterwards, you should be able to log in every time with your myNEU, and this will help track all of your involvement while in school, called a “co-curricular.”
From log-in, you can create your own profile, and record all your membership details as well.
And now you’re good to go with the basics! Make sure to check back often for more information on how to use the new OrgSync and for helpful tips and tricks on making the most of the platform.
There’s also a new OrgSync app available, so now if you really want to stay connected, you can.
– and so with that, let’s welcome October!
Until then, hats off to U, NU, NU…