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HSOP News and Events


New and returning student organizations must register for the 2023-24 academic year by filling out the form below. Organizations will receive a follow up email with more details and information about fall 2023 kickoff events. If you have any questions email: HSOP@austin.utexas.edu.

Information Sessions

  • Every Thursday
  • 2 to 2:30 p.m.
  • Virtual

Please join this information session to learn more about HSOP or receive continued support. Open to all new and returning student organization leaders and members.

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Award Ceremony

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Congratulations to this year’s Healthy Student Organization Awardees. Medaling organizations were formally recognized by Council Member Zohaib “Zo” Qadri, representing the City of Austin - District 9, on April 13, 2023.

Healthy Student Organization Program

The Healthy Student Organization Program supports student organizations and groups in laying the foundation for retaining happy, thriving, and engaged members. HSOP recognizes organizations for their efforts in various health promoting activities including social, intellectual, emotional, professional, and physical well-being. Inquire today to bring health and wellness to the forefront of your organization’s meetings, philanthropies, and events. Check out the impact HSOP is making.

What does the Healthy Student Organization Program include?

  • A Toolkit and activity tracker - Every participating student group receives a wellness guidebook of activities, planning methods and ideas to create a healthy group. Officers can schedule a free individual consultation with our program manager to write goals and devise strategies for their organization.
  • Resources - HSOP members receive information and resources to access programming on or off campus.
  • Community and Networking Opportunities - Meet a group of likeminded students and support one another in implementing healthy activities all year long.
  • Recognition - Organizations that reach bronze, silver or gold status based on the HSOP point system are publicly recognized in April by the City of Austin. Organizations are also showcased across HealthyHorns Social Media accounts.
  • Pillars of the Forty Acres - Organizations receive points towards meeting distinguished or exemplary status for the Pillars of the Forty Acres Awards.

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