The Council of Student Organizations (CSO) is the union of 40 accredited student organizations, categorized as professional, special interest and socio-civic organizations, of De La Salle University - Manila. Since it's founding in 1974, the Council has continuously delivered quality student services and produced outstanding student leaders dedicated to serving the LaSallian community.
To support the preparation, implementation and documentation of the activities of the accredited organizations, seven Executive Teams work under the supervision of the CSO Executive Board.
The CSO Executive Board also serves as the coordinating body of the Council and oversees the implementation of university-wide activities (also called Ad Hocs) participated in by the different organizations. These activities include the Frosh Welcoming (FW), Annual Recruitment Week (ARW), the Lasallian Excellence Awards (LEA), and the Lasallian Enrichment Alternative Program (LEAP) which is a joint venture of the Student Council and the Council of Student Organizations.
The Documentation Team is responsible for ensuring the proper documentation of minutes of important meetings and the compilation and safekeeping of post-activity documents of organizations.
Activity Processing and Stamping Team (APS)
The Activity Processing and Stamping Team is the executive team of the Council of Student Organizations that approves selected on-campus activities, processing of pre-activity requirements and facilitating the stamping of all publicity materials of all accredited organizations.
Research and Development Team (RnD)
RnD is the heart of the council of Student Organizations. The team is responsible of ensuring that the Council and the organizations are at its best. Through factual and unbiased analysis, the team is able to increase transparency and accountability of information.
Activity Monitoring Team (AMT)
The Activity Monitoring Team works to maintain the quality of activities of student organizations through giving concrete but helpful criticisms based from the evaluation of each activity of the organizations.
Publicity and Marketing Team (P&M)
The Publicity and Marketing Team takes charge of the publicity materials of the Council, the CSO official website and the CSO official newsletter. The team also handles the sponsorships of the Council's major activities. It also provides assistance to the organizations regarding publicity and marketing when requested.
Civic Awareness and Responsibility (CARe)
By the name itself, this team cares. The Civic Awareness and Responsibility Team take care of our less-fortunate brothers and sisters in depressed communities by undertaking community service and outreach programs.
A fertile ground for training in managing and auditing money matters, the Budget Team is an executive branch vital in ensuring the quality and reliability of the financial statements of each organization.