What clubs and organizations can my student join?
There are more than 100 student clubs and organizations, ranging from academic and honorary clubs to Greek organizations, specialty groups and clubs, communication groups and religious organizations.
A list of contact persons for each group is available in the Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC) on the second floor of the Hunsaker Center.
How does my student join a club or organization?
A list of all clubs and organizations along with their contact person is available in the Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC), located on the second floor of the Hunsaker Center.
Your student can call the contact person for that organization for information on membership and meetings. Greek organizations, as well as academic and honorary groups, have specific criteria and times of year when they accept new members.
In addition, ASUR holds an involvement fair each semester (September – first day of classes and January – last Friday) where all the clubs and organizations come and set up a table. This is a great opportunity for your student to see all the clubs and organizations and talk with students involved.
How does my student join a fraternity or sorority?
During the second week of the fall and spring semesters, fraternities and sororities hold Rush. Rush sign-up costs $1, and students must have 33 units (sophomore standing), or apply through the freshmen petition process to be eligible. Over the course of two weeks, the organizations hold different events to provide an opportunity to get to know them.
Fraternities and sororities follow different processes, so if you have more detailed questions, call the Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC) at (909) 748-8103 to talk to the fraternity/sorority advisor.
What is the $300 student activity fee used for?
The $300 fee activity fee supports a wide variety of student activities (concerts, movies, dances, speakers, special events); the Bulldog Weekly (student newspaper); La Letra (yearbook); the Bullsheet (weekly newsletter); and a diverse range of student-initiated ideas and organizations.