Clubs and Organizations

What are your interests, and where will they take you? Explore the possibilities through over 50 student run organizations advancing academic, cultural, athletic, political, social, religious, and service objectives. Expand your leadership skills. Take part in the greater community through community engagement projects. Immerse yourself in experiences that promote an understanding of self, others, and the world. The Center for Student Involvement encourages students to get actively and intentionally involved, and serves as a primary resource for diversity, leadership, service and wellness programs and activities.

Inspire Others
Effective leaders must possess an ability to work collaboratively with others and demonstrate an appreciation for individual differences. Through active student engagement, Scotties can develop transferable skills that help them grow as a leader, including navigating group dynamics, developing valuable interpersonal skills, and promoting a shared vision among a group of individuals toward a common purpose.

For more information about any of the student organizations on campus, attend the STUDENT ORGANIZATION FAIR on Thursday, September 5, 2019 in the Alston Campus Center from 11am - 3pm.

 

All clubs and organizations are chartered by the Student Government Association and are supported by the Center for Student Involvement and the Inter Organization Council (IOC). Student organizations are funded through the student activity fee distributed by the Allocations Committee.