Future Students
Clubs & Organizations

We Take Clubs Seriously

Student organizations continue to grow and thrive on our campuses and there are many opportunities to become involved. Joining "student communities" outside the classroom is a great way to make friends, build your resumé, exercise leadership and teamwork, and cultivate the interests that make you who you are.

Getting involved in clubs and student activities can be a very rewarding experience. Students are encouraged to join campus organizations to build lasting friendships, provide unique educational opportunities, and establish support systems of peers, faculty and staff advisors. Students are also encouraged to create new clubs and organizations. Student groups create and facilitate programs, speakers, concerts, and trips that expose and educate others on different cultures, lifestyles, art forms, and viewpoints.

If you don't find a club that fits you, find out how to start your own!

Members of the fencing club practice in the Great Hall.  Credit: photo by Todd Paris
Members of the fencing club practice in the Great Hall. Credit: photo by Todd Paris

What's happening at the campuses?

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UAA has over 100 different registered student clubs.  Please click here to review a complete list of the registered student clubs.

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UAF has over 100 active student organizations! Joining an organization is a great opportunity and fun way to meet new people, share your interests, develop leadership skills, and impact student life at UAF.

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Student Clubs are vital to the fabric of UAS. There are currently 10 active clubs at the main campus in Juneau.

Banner image: Raven image taken by Clark Fair. This image was entered as a "photo of the day" submission for the Kenai Peninsula Campus Facebook site, landscape iStock photo.