Student Clubs & Organizations
Are you looking for a club that links to your major?
Consider the Business Society, Psychology Club or other special-interest clubs. To gain valuable hands-on experience in your field, look to our student newspaper or radio station. And if you want to connect with like-minded students, check out groups such as the Black Student Union, LGBTQ+ Club or Multicultural Club.
Develop skills for your career, pursue your personal interests and have fun with your fellow students.
|American Sign Language Club||History Club|
|Art and Design Club||Hospitality & Restaurant Management Club|
|Art Club: Downingtown||Latin Flavor Club|
|Black Student Union||LGBTQ+ Club|
|Business Society||Military Club|
|Campus Bible Fellowship||MESA (Environmental Club)|
|Cheer Squad||Multicultural Club|
|Creative Writing Club||Nurses Club|
|Dance Team||Paralegal Club|
|DCCC Contemporary Band||Performing Arts Club|
|Earth Club: Exton Center||Psychology Club|
|Economics Club: Exton Center||
Social Work Club
|Engineering Club||Women in STEM (WiSTEM)|
|The Communitarian Student Newspaper||Student Government Association|
|Pegasus Magazine||New Media Lab|
|Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society|
How do I join a club or organization?
- Contact the Campus Life Office and tell us your name, address, phone number and interests. We’ll connect you with the club(s) that are right for you.
- Contact the club leader or advisor.
- Check the SIS (Student Information System), TVIS (Television Information System) and bulletin boards for information about club meetings.
- Attend the Student Activities Expo at the beginning of each semester. Representatives from all the clubs and organizations are there to answer questions and help you find a group that interests you!
- Check the organization and club boards outside the Student Center, Room 1180 on the Marple Campus.
- Some organizations have membership requirements. Please check with the advisor for additional information.
- For sports clubs, contact the Athletics Office.
How do I form a club?
Don’t see what you’re looking for in our list of clubs and organizations? Start your own club! The Campus Life Office can help you plan and form a new club, revitalize an inactive club, recruit members, secure funding, and more. To learn more and to review General Club Guidelines and Responsibilities, contact the Director of Campus Life.