The Scarlet Seal – Recognized Student Organization Excellence

The Scarlet Seal

The Scarlet Seal is a program that recognizes recognized student organizations at Rutgers University – Camden who have reached the highest pinnacle of excellence as organizations.  Organizations who receive The Scarlet Seal demonstrate the principles of successful leadership, are pillars within the Rutgers community, and set their organization up for future success.

Organizations who successfully complete the requirements of The Scarlet Seal program will be eligible to receive the Organization of the Year award at the annual Student Leader Awards in the Spring, entered into a drawing to receive additional funds into their revenue account, presented with The Scarlet Seal award at the Student Leader Awards, receive additional storage space in the Student Leader Lounge, and additional perks.

Organizations must complete at least 10 of the following 12 requirements from the list below and submit documentation through Engage, here (insert hyperlink to paths once completed) by April 28, 2023 to be recognized with The Scarlet Seal during an academic year. 

  • Have an executive board with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (for the purpose of this requirement, the Office of Student Involvement will only be checking the GPA of required executive board positions: President, Treasurer, and Secretary)
  • Have executive board members complete a total of 20 service hours during the academic year and upload a signed service hour form through Engage
  • Complete and upload a SALTY event assessment form (found on the Student Organization Officer Training Canvas course) for one event during both the Fall and Spring semester
  • Complete elections using the Elections feature on Engage
  • Host 3 general body meetings per semester (must be posted on Engage)
  • Have your organization President or other executive board representative attend at least 3 President’s Meetings per semester
  • Host at least 1 vendor table per semester promoting your organization or an organization event/fundraiser
  • Collaborate with another recognized student organization for 1 event during the academic year
  • Collaborate with an on-campus office or department (Student Wellness Center, Office of Violence Prevention & Victim Assistance, Office of Disability Services, etc.) for 1 event during the academic year
  • Complete and submit a SWOT analysis of your organization at the end of the academic year
  • Host at least 2 events in each the Fall and Spring semesters (must be posted on Engage)
  • Have your organization’s President, Treasurer, and Secretary each attend 1 Office of Student Involvement leadership workshop in each the Fall and Spring Semesters.