OrgSync

Are you on OrgSync yet?  If not, you should be!  OrgSync is an online platform where students connect to campus organizations, programs, and departments.  It is the home to all of our 500+ student organizations and helps them manage their organizations, while also providing an easy way for you to get connected to them!  If you're not already using OrgSync, read on for more information about the system and how it can benefit you. 

What is OrgSync?

"OrgSync facilitates engagement by connecting your students to organizations, departments, and programs. Our web-hosted platform creates an online community for your campus, and helps units across your institution improve communication, information sharing, collaboration and reporting with an online tool students want to use." -OrgSync About Us

Who Uses OrgSync?

OrgSync has over 4,500 users on UK's campus, including 445 active portals consisting of student organizations, programs, and campus departments! If you're looking to join an org, there's a good chance that their officers have posted information on OrgSync for you to access, and many officers even put student leader applications on OrgSync.

How Do I Join OrgSync?

Joining OrgSync is simple! Follow the steps below:

  1. Go to www.OrgSync.com 
  2. Choose 'Log-In'.
  3. Choose your community.  This means select University of Kentucky.
  4. Sign in with your LinkBlue! No need to create a new username or password.
  5. You'll be prompted to create a profile.  
  6. You're in! Explore all the organizations and programs that UK has to offer.

What If I'm Having Trouble With OrgSync?

OrgSync is very user friendly, and fairly easy to navigate.  However, that doesn't mean you won't run into some questions while you're learning the system.  If you have a question, feel free to contact Caitlyn Walsh, Assistant Director for Student Organizations at caitlyn.walsh@uky.edu.  Or, check out OrgSync's Help Desk!  They have tutorials, frequently asked questions, and even provide live chat support to users who need assistance.