The Associated Students of the University of Arizona is excited about student's interest in clubs and organizations. We recognize that student organizations provide a valuable service to the UA community by providing leadership development, spirit, activism, public service, and social and cultural interaction. As a student at UA, you have the unique opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities. There are many benefits to being involved in a student organization:
- Allows you to meet people and make connections with those who have similar interests.
- Provides an opportunity to connect to the University and other students.
- Helps you get the full value out of your college experience.
- Encourages and advances your intellectual, cultural, spiritual and social development.
- Helps you gain knowledge, skills and experience in leadership, communication, problem-solving, group development and management, budgeting, finance, public speaking, and much more.
- Helps you become knowledgeable about what is happening on the UA Campus.
- Builds your resume with extracurricular and leadership development activities.
- Complements your academic programs of study and enhances your overall educational experience.
Student organizations exist to build upon and enrich the classroom and university experience. ASUA believes involvement outside of the classroom is an important aspect of your education. There are a wide variety of organizations to meet your interests and needs. If an organization does not exist that fits your interests, any student can take the initiative to create a new student organization.
Below is a list of all ASUA Recognized Clubs for the 2023 - 2024 year. Find these clubs on CampusGroups for more information and to contact them directly. If a club is not listed here, the club either doesn't exist or hasn't completed the recognition process through ASUA Clubs.
The university expects that all student organizations exemplify respect and inclusion. As you hold events and activities with your organization, remember that you are also representing the University of Arizona. Please review and pay close attention to the guidelines and policies in the ASUA Club handbook, ASUA Bylaws and website. Feel free to consult a staff member for clarification, guidance, and advice at any time. We encourage and welcome feedback on our policies and procedures and all programs and services offered. For additional information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.