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Wings Incentive Program

About the Wings Incentive Program

The Wings Incentive Program was established to recognize those organizations who make it a priority to improve themselves as a whole, and the experience of each of their members. The Wings Incentive Program aims to provide opportunities for organizations to earn points from meaningful and productive experiences. Organizations will earn points that eventually will lead them to achieving either a bronze, silver or gold status annually between April 1 – March 31 each year. Each level of recognition includes great rewards for the organization. If you have any questions, please contact us!

Congratulations to our 2017 – 2018 Gold, Silver and Bronze organizations!

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2017 18 Silver Wings Orgs 01

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Earning Points

Student Organizations earn points by registering their organization each year and participating in events and activities throughout the year. You can review all point opportunities below.

Event/Activity Based Points are earned between April 1 and March 31 annually. For a downloadable version of how to earn points in the Wings Incentive Program, click here.

 How to Earn Wings Points 2018-2019

**STATESBORO CAMPUS**

Wings Incentive Program 2018-2019 April 1, 2018-March 31, 2019
Event/Activity Date Point Requirements Maximum Fall Points Maximum Spring Points
Complete Renewals by priority deadline 0 5
Participate in First Night Out (FNOs) 2 (per event) 18
Meet with Organization Leadership Consultant (OLC) for Consultation Click here to schedule a consultation Points offered once per semester 2 2
Hold a workshop/program hosted by an Organization Leadership Consultant (OLC) 5 (once per semester)55 Click here to request a workshop Points offered once per semester 5 5
Attend SOLD Series Workshops Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the semester. Check full calendar here. 4 points per workshop **2 people are required to attend 40 40
Attend Student Organization Essentials (SOE) Training Fridays throughout the semester. Check full calendar here 4 points per workshop **2 people are required to attend 16 12
Participate in Serve912 Trips hosted by Office of Leadership and Community Engagement Weekly throughout the semester. Click here for more information. 3 points per org. **2 people are are required to attend 2 service trips (can be different individuals) 3 3
Participate in SGA Organization Body meetings 1 point per event 3 3
Attend D.I.F. Conference hosted by Office of Multicultural Affairs 10 points per org 0 10
Participate in Student Organization Fair Thursday, August 23 | 11am-1pm 4 4
Attend/Participate in “Org Officer Resource Day” hosted by the Office of Student Activities & Student Media

Tuesday, September 11 | 11am-2pm

Williams Center Multipurpose Room

At least 1 officer must attend 3 0
Attend Speak Up, Sing Out hosted by the Counseling Center & the Sexual Assault Response Team

Thursday, September 13 | Time TBD

Russell Union Ballroom

2 people per organization are required to attend 3 0
Participate in Step Into Statesboro hosted by the Office of Leadership and Community Engagement

Saturday, September 15 | 9am-2pm

Russell Union Ballroom

2 people per organization are required to attend 3 0
Participate in Fresh Check Day hosted by University Wellness Program

Tuesday, September 18 | 4-8pm

Recreation Activity Center

2 people per organization are required to attend 3 0
Participate in OSA sponsored Homecoming Activities (Tailgate/Cookout, Doo Dah, Banner, and Parade) Week of October 1-6 2 points per event (max 10 events) 20 0
Attend Southern Collegiate Leadership Conference hosted by Office of Leadership and Community Engagement

Saturday, October 20 | All Day

Russell Union

2 points per member that attends per organization (max 10 points) 10 0
Attend Commit to Consent Rally hosted by Health Services

Tuesday, October 23 | Time TBD

Russell Union

2 people per organization are required to attend 3 0
Attend Walk A Mile in Her Shoes hosted by the Counseling Center & the Sexual Assault Response Team

Tuesday, April 2 | Time TBD

Russell Union Ballroom

2 people per organization are required to attend 0 3
Participate in “Event Recycling” hosted by the Office of Sustainability 3 3
Participate in Fresh Check Day (a part of SOS Week) hosted by University Wellness Program

Tuesday, September 19 | 4-8pm

Tuesday, February 12 | 4-8pm

Recreation Activity Center

2 people per organization are required to attend 0 3
Attend SGA’s State of the Union address hosted by the Student Government Association Wednesday, September 12 | 6pm 2 people per organization are required to attend 2 0

 

How to Earn Wings Points 2018-2019

**ARMSTRONG CAMPUS**

Wings Incentive Program 2018-2019 April 1, 2018-March 31, 2019
Event/ Activity Date Points Awarded Maximum Fall Points Maximum Spring Points
Complete Renewals 5
Participate in the Student Organization Fair Thursday, August 30 | 11am-1pm 4 4
Participate in OSA sponsored Homecoming Activities Week of October 1-6 2 points per event (max 10 events) 20 0
Attend Student Organization Essentials (SOE) Workshops During the week throughout the semester. Check full calendar here. 4 points per workshop **2 people are required to attend 8 0
Attend Southern Collegiate Leadership Conference hosted by Office of Leadership and Community Engagement Saturday, October 20 | All Day Transportation will provided 2 points per member that attends per organization (max 10 points) 10 0

 

Reward Levels

Once organizations reach a certain level of points, they are placed in a reward level category, these categories are, Gold, Silver & Bronze. Organizations can check their organization’s status by clicking on the “Check my Org’s Level” tab.

2017-2018 Reward Levels

Gold Wings 80 + points
Silver Wings 60-79 points
Bronze Wings 40-59 points
Minimum to Renew in April 2018 40 points

2018-2019 Reward Levels

Platinum Wings 126 +
Gold Wings 96 – 125 points
Silver Wings 76 – 95 points
Bronze Wings 50 – 75 points
Minimum to Renew in April 2019 50 points

Check my Organization’s Current Level

Please use the links below to check your organization’s status. Organizations are listed by category number assigned during renewal registration (or during the chartering process). Organizations highlighted in red are “frozen” organizations.  Organizations highlighted in orange are “inactive” organizations. Please contact the Office of Student Activities for additional information regarding frozen and inactive organizations at osa@georgiasouthern.edu.

Category I Organizations


Category II Organizations


Category III Organizations

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Please use the links below to check your organization’s status. Organizations are listed alphabetically. Organizations highlighted in red are “frozen” organizations.  Organizations highlighted in orange are “inactive” organizations. Please contact the Office of Student Activities for additional information regarding frozen and inactive organizations at osa@georgiasouthern.edu.

Student Organizations

Last updated: 9/12/2018