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Clubs and Organizations

Life and learning happen inside the classroom and out. We are home to more than 300 extracurricular groups, so you’ll never run out of ways to live and learn.

Find Your Community

Whether you’ve got a passion for politics, a love of literature, or you’re just looking for a fun and interesting way to make new friends, student organizations are a great way to explore your interests and get involved. With more than 300 recognized student organizations on campus, our community covers every interest you can think of—academic, cultural, political, professional, recreational and more.

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Joining a club at Syracuse University is a great way to learn new things, hone your skills and connect with others. With so many clubs around campus, it’s easy to find your community and explore new ones.

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Student organizations, also known as registered student organizations (RSO), provide the space for you to learn, grow and network while exploring your academic and personal interests. Whether you’re an undergraduate or graduate student, it’s easy to find an RSO that fits your pursuits, or you can propose starting one of your own.

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