List of Student Organizations
Did you know?
Extracurricular involvement has a strong positive impact on social self-concept. - Pascarella and Terenzini
Research done by Texas A&M University found that 71% of college students say their involvement contributes very strongly to their overall college experience.
With over 150 student organizations in 12 different categories, you're sure to find an organization to get involved in here at the University of West Georgia!
Search our Student Organizations
Click on a category below to search our current Registered Student Organizations. Not sure what you're looking for? Open any of the documents and press Ctrl+f and search the document by keyword! Don't see anything you're interested in? Learn how to start your own organization.
Please note: As organizations can register at any time throughout the academic year, these lists will be updated regularly. All contact emails and descriptions of student organizations are submitted by the respective organizations..
Departmental/Educational: Supported by University departments and promote development in a particular academic area
Honorary: Recognizes high levels of academic achievement and can require a demonstrated interest in a particular career or academic discipline
International/Cultural: Fosters cultural diversity and support for their members and the University community
Political: Supports political parties, political issues, and/or candidates seeking office
Professional: Provides students with a preview of their anticipated professional careers
Recreational: Promotes sports oriented or recreational opportunities
Religious: Serves as support for students of a particular religious persuasion, denomination, or belief
Service: Provides volunteers for on- and off-campus projects
Social: Fosters social networks among students and members
Social Greek: Belongs to one of the nationally chartered social greek governing councils: National Pan-Hellenic Council, Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council, Multicultural Greek Council
Special Interest: Focuses on a specific issue or topic
Student Governance: Addresses student needs, expresses student views, and/or assists the University or departments in decision making.