Campus Life

With more than 50 student organizations, you can find friends whether you join the radio station, newspaper, theater, or professional clubs. And don’t underestimate the value of the experience—by being active in student organizations you will widen your interests, develop leadership skills, and round out your resume.

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All of these organizations are student-run. They include an incredibly diverse number of cultural organizations, performing arts such as dance, chorale and theater, pre-professional and academic clubs, honor societies, service oriented activities, publications and media, student government and many special interest groups.

Graduates consistently tell us that their participation in student activities created lifelong friendships and had a profound effect on their careers and lives.

So develop an existing talent. Pursue a new interest. Meet people who share your passion. But whatever your inclination, we want you to get involved! It’s as simple as that.

Start Your Own

If you have an idea for a new student organization, please feel free to stop by Student Activities to talk about it.