New Campus Groups HQ

Are you a New Student looking to get involved, or a Student Leader managing a CampusGroups page?

New Students: Getting Involved and Staying Engaged on CampusGroups

Signing into CampusGroups

To access CampusGroups, click here and press “sign in.” Afterwards, click on “Georgetown University Login”

Finding an Organization for You

“Use the “search” feature on CampusGroups to find the group you’re interested in.

Aren’t sure what you’re looking for? Use our Club Matchmaker tool to find the best student organizations for you.

Joining an Organization

All organizations are open join. Click the blue “join” button to add yourself to any organization on CampusGroups.

Finding an Event

CampusGroups lists hundreds of events from all our student organizations on campus! Click the “Events” tab at the top of your screen to get started.

  • Use this navigation bar to search for events by name, organization, or type!

After you register for the event you want, be sure to click “Add to Calendar” to add the meeting details (including a Zoom link) to your Google Calendar.

FAQ — New Students

Q: Can I start my own organization on CampusGroups?

  • A: To start an organization page on CampusGroups, you must first create an student organization with Access to Benefits through the New Club Development Process. Please contact for more information.

Q: How long does it take for my form submissions to be processed?

  • A: Form approval may take a few hours to a few business days.

Q: Can I change my notification settings? 

  • A: Click on the bell icon in the top right corner. A blue banner with a wrench and the writing “Notification Settings” appears under the tab. Click on the banner and select settings for web, email, and mobile notifications for CampusGroups generally and specific groups you are a member of.

Student Leaders: Making the Most out of CampusGroups

Customizing the Homepage

  • Navigate to your group’s homepage. Click on the “Page Settings” widget in the top right corner. 
  • Once you have clicked on the “Page Settings” widget, the screen shown below should appear. From here, you can choose what widgets you want to appear on the right side of the group homepage and set other settings. 
  • Another way to customize your group’s homepage is to customize the widgets that are on the right side of the group homepage. 
  • Click on the wrench next to the widget you would like to customize. This screen, shown on the right, will appear. Add your customizations and click save! 

Posting to Feed

  • For posts to the general feed for all of CampusGroups, click the “Feed” option on the left side of the screen.
  • At the top of the feed, there is a text box where you can type in a status, upload photos or documents, and share links to the general feed. You can select who to share the post with by selecting the “Share with…” button. You should see the options shown below for who to share with.
  • For feed posts for a specific organization, navigate to the group homepage. You should see a text box at the top of the main page. Type your post there. You can select who to share the post with by selecting the “Share with…” button. You should see similar options, varying depending upon the groups you belong to, shown below for who to share with. Once done, click “Ok” and then “Post.”

Sending an Email

  • To navigate to your organization’s dashboard, click the “Groups” icon at the top of your screen, and proceed to click on the group you wish to send an email for.
  • Once you reach the dashboard, click on the orange “Emails” icon. This button may be in a different place on your screen, so be sure to scroll down if you don’t see it.
  • To start composing an email, hit “Compose Email” in the top right of your screen.

From there, CampusGroups intuitively walks you through a step-by-step process to help you format and send your email!

FAQ — Student Leaders

Q: Who can see my feed post? 

  • A: You can select different audiences when creating a post using the “Share with” tab. If you access the main feed for all of CampusGroups, everyone can view it if you elect that setting. If you access your group’s feed, you can select which group or which group member tags (e.g. undergraduates in your group) can see the post. 

Q: Can I send emails outside of my organization and/or to individuals not in CampusGroups?

  • A: Yes! When creating the email, add other email addresses to your list in Step 2 “Review the List of Recipients” by clicking on the “Add Cc, Bcc email addresses.” Copy and paste the recipients in the appropriate Bcc or Cc dialogue box, making sure to separate the addresses by commas. You can also send the email to CampusGroup premade lists like undergraduates, etc. 

Q: My group hasn’t appeared, what do I do?/Has my group been registered?

  • A: You will need to register your organization on CampusGroups and have your form approved using this link. Alternatively, if your organization has been inactive for a period of time (e.g., lost ATB for a semester), you will need to contact your advisor to reactivate your page.

Q: When creating an event, can I add my own virtual event link?

  • A: Yes! When creating your event, add the link under video conferencing in the “Where” section.   

Q: Does an officer have to manage the event, or can any member of the organization manage it?

  • A: No! When creating the event, under “Organizing Team,” you can add a custom host. Additionally, if you want only team members (officers) or the event organizer to be able to manage the event, simply click the box labelled “only the event organizer and team members (officers) can manage this event.” 

Q: How do students know about or register for one of our events?

  • A: The events tab on CampusGroups shows all events created by organizations in CampusGroups. You can also fill out our Campus Groups Advertising Support form to request that your event be posted on the CSE social media and/or on the CSE weekly “What’s Happening on the Hilltop.” 

Q: How quickly will I see a transaction reflected on CampusGroups?

  • A: Because we are still working to fully implement all of the features on CampusGroups, please reach out to your advisor for any questions regarding transactions. 

Q: Can fundraisers be done through CampusGroups? 

  • You can now sell tickets for paid events and merchandise on CampusGroups. To use this feature this semester, please complete this form for your organization no later than February 15th. Eventbrite will be phased out, so be sure to complete this form if your organization expects revenue. 

Q: Can I set events to reoccur? 

  • A: No, but you can duplicate the event and change the date! Duplicate the event by selecting the 3 dots that appear next to the event in your group’s upcoming events page. 

Q: Where do I find the forms my organization needs this semester for the CSE and other organizations? What forms are available? 

Q: How long does it take for my form submissions to be processed?

  • A: Form approval may take a few hours to a few business days. 

Q: Where can I find the Blueprint manual?

  • A: Both the Blueprint manual and slidedeck for the Blueprint training can be found on CampusGroups. Navigate to the Center for Student Engagement homepage, click documents, and the information can be found in the folder titled “Blueprint Resources.”