Office of Student Life
University Center, Lower Level
Adrienne Michele Craig
Assistant Dean for Student Life
Director of Student Organizations
Director of Student Engagement
Work and play don’t always have to be different things.
Through the many academic organizations on campus, students take their coursework out of the classroom and make it fun, engaging, and impactful.Consider the work of Engineers Without Borders, which is building a solar energy plant for villagers in Panama. Or the Society of Food and Wine, which raised money for Relay for Life by hosting a Cake Boss competition in the Marriott Dining Room. Or the Chemistry Club, which hosts a fun but educational Haunted Walk event for local pre-schoolers every Halloween.
There are clubs or national societies for nearly every academic major! Participating with these groups provides opportunities to learn more from faculty members in your academic department outside the classroom. Apply the lessons you learn in class to the campus and local community in some of the active campus groups listed below:
For information on additional academic student groups, search by topic on the public campus cruiser clubs page.