Student Clubs & Organizations
There are more than 140 unique clubs and organizations on campus that meet the diverse interests of CSUSB students. The university registers clubs and organizations through the Office of Student Engagement each year. One of the easiest ways for students to expand their educational experience is to join one or more of the established organizations on campus, or to start a new one.
Clubs and organizations offer opportunities for students to challenge themselves with new responsibilities while becoming involved in the campus community. They also provide educational, social, and recreational experiences that enrich students’ lives. Club officers and committee chairs gain leadership skills that have tremendous value in their professional careers after graduation. Clubs also provide students with a sense of belonging in the community through spending time with people who have similar interests.
Go to Coyote Connection to find campus events, learn about specific student clubs and organizations, sororities and fraternities, and explore a variety of campus wide engagement opportunities.
Visit our office in the Santos Manuel Student Union Room 203 for a list of the current clubs and organizations on-campus. If you would like more information, please contact the Office of Student Engagement for assistance at (909) 537-5234.