Build experience, skills, friendships and connections that will last a lifetime
If you’d like to have fun, network and build leadership skills, we recommend getting involved with a student group. You can find groups within your major or minor departments or through Student Involvement, which supports the work of over 500 registered student organizations (RSOs). Search organizations using NvolveU. And if you don’t see an RSO that represents your interest, start a new one!
Nearly every department in the college has at least one related student organization. Talk with your Major Advisor or the Academic and Career Advising Center about organizations related to your major or minor.
These student groups represent the college, have access to the dean, plan college-wide events and help shape college initiatives.
Promote awareness of Arts and Sciences academic programs and activities to prospective students and parents. Volunteer at special events including Red Letter Days, Modern Language Fair, Math and Chemistry Day programs and the Big Red Road Show.
Student Advisory Board
Be a liaison between your fellow students and the College’s deans, faculty and staff. Advocate for the highest quality undergraduate education in the college by representing student interests on College curriculum and appeal committees.
Connect with groups of students who share your academic interests. Live and learn together.
Service Learning and Civic Engagement
Connect learning with opportunities to address critical human need through service, civic-related research and social change leadership. Build the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to advance community priorities.