Clubs and Organizations
Involvement in student organizations is a great way to get connected to the campus, build leadership skills, enhance or broaden academic skills, meet people and have fun. For information on student organizations, visit the Student Development Office on the third floor of Wren Student Union.
Student organization are categorized into seven broad areas.
- Departmentally Affiliated – Organizations that promote the attainment of academic and professional excellence and establish a liaison between a particular department and the university community.
- Fraternities and Sororities – Organizations whose purpose or goal is to produce or aid in the process of making a student’s collegiate career rewarding by becoming a selected member in these Greek organizations which serve the community and strive for academic excellence.
- Honor Societies – Organizations intended for students who are pursuing a particular field of study or who demonstrate a high level of academic achievement.
- Interest – Organizations whose stated purpose or goal is oriented toward some common interest, view, philosophy, or position of its membership who join together for the purpose of pursuing their common interest.
- Religious – Organizations provide a means for students of a particular denomination or religious affiliation to interact with others.
- Professional – Organizations who help develop a student’s academic and/or career interest.
- Service – Organizations that exist to serve other non-profit or charitable organizations.