I know it can be scary to meet new people, especially on a campus of 50,000+, but as a new student it's important to reach out and make new friends. There are some great ways to do that here at ASU ...

The best place to find information on ASU organizations is on the Student Organization Resource Center (SORC) site. Below are links to some of the largest clubs and organizations on campus

Greek Life- Greek Life is made up of five councils. The traditional Interfraternity Council, composed of all male social fraternities and the Panhellenic Council, comprised of all female social sororities, are the largest groups. There is also the Multicultural Greek Council, National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (composed of predominately African American fraternities and sororities).

Greek Life is a great way to get involved in the social, service, and academic opportunities college life can offer. For more information, contact the Greek Life Office on the 3rd floor of the Memorial Union.

Intramural Sports- So, you're worried about getting out of shape? You can still be an athlete even if you don't compete at the NCAA level. The Student Recreation Complex hosts a wide variety of sports including: basketball, wrestling, softball, soccer, tennis, water polo, and many more.

Student Government- There are two great ways to get involved in ASU's student government, Associated Students of Arizona State University (ASASU), on the ASU campus as an undergrad: Programming and Activities Board and Undergraduate Student Government.

Programming and Activities Board- This group hosts concerts, speeches, and various events on the ASU campus. To get involved you can volunteer, be elected, or be appointed.

Undergraduate Student Government-The best way to get involved in USG is to volunteer for your college council. You can also run for a senate seat in your college, or an executive position. USG helps to allocate the funds for student organizations, they lobby the state legislature, city council, and board of regents, and they petition for the university.

Some other areas to look for information are linked below:

Student Events

Volunteer Programs

Memorial Union

Outdoor Recreation

Study Abroad/Exchange

Wannabes

 

Current Students

Freshman

Sophomores

Juniors

Seniors

 

Recent Alumni


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