There are over 250 student groups, clubs, and teams operating under the Student Association. These groups range from performance, to sports teams, advocacy groups, volunteer groups, newspapers, multicultural groups, political advocacy groups, and general interest clubs. What makes the SA so crucial is the vast diversity of involvement opportunities provided by our student run groups, which provide creative outlets and leadership opportunities for students of all backgrounds and interests.
Groups are overseen and chartered through the office of the Executive Vice President.
Student Groups begin holding General Interest Meetings (GIMs) at the beginning of the fall semester, so check out B-Line (emailed to you nearly every day) for GIM dates and times.