Want to meet some our student organizations?
We will be hosting three (3) live virtual student organization fairs throughout the summer so you can interact with student leaders in real time. If you are interested in any of the organizations below? Click on the link to meet with them virtually during any of the following times:
- May 20th from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
- June 17th from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
- July 15th from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Not sure where to start? Meet with one of our student experts to explore your options through an involvement coaching session.
Social Media Direct Messaging
Live Videoconferencing via Zoom or Twitch
What kinds of student organizations can I choose from?
Our campus proudly offers more than 150 different student organizations, so odds are that you can find something that appeals to you! Click on the categories below to learn more about the different kinds of opportunities we have for you for this academic year.
Academic & Professional
These groups provide events for students studying in a particular field of study, such as the College of Business Executive Council, the Society of Women Engineers, or the Crescent City Shapers (Urban Planning).
Activism & Advocacy
These groups host educational events to increase the awareness and involvement of UNO students in social issues, such as the Intersectional Feminist Club, the Louisiana Environmental Advocacy Force (LEAF), or Louisiana Trans Advocates chapter at UNO.
Arts & Performance
These groups display, perform, & celebrate the arts, such as the Comedy Club, ENCORE, or the UNO Playwrights Festival.
Culture & Community
These groups provide community for students with specific racial, ethnic, and multicultural identities, such as UNITY, the Progressive Black Student Union, or the Vietnamese American Student Association.
Greek Fraternities & Sororities
These groups are local chapters of national fraternities and sororities founded on scholarship, leadership, service, and brotherhood/sisterhood. (Membership is by invitation only.)
Hobbies & Creating
These groups encourage students to make, create, craft, and participate in other hobbies, such as the Food Adventurers and Culture Club or the UNO Gardeners.
These groups recognize the academic achievements of students who qualify and are initiated, usually associated with a national organization, such as Psi Chi or the Honors Student Council. (Membership is by invitation only.)
Outreach & Service
These groups volunteer in the community and perform service on campus, such as Best Buddies or Puppy Pals.
These groups are committed to supporting a political interest, goal, or party, such as the Young Democratic Socialists of America or Young Americans for Liberty.
Religion & Spirituality
These groups celebrate various faith communities and practices, such as the Muslim Student Association, Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship, or the Baptist Collegiate Ministry.
These groups celebrate a unique focus, such as the Society of the Mystic Arts or Genshiken Anime Club.
These groups promote enthusiasm and Privateer pride for athletic and non-athletic events alike, such as the Captain’s Krewe or the UNO Starlettes Dance Team.
Sports & Gaming
These groups provide athletic-related activities and competitions for UNO students, such as the Rugby club team, intramural sports, or Bluebeard Gaming.
These groups are directly sponsored by the University, including an assigned professional staff advisor and budget, such as the UNO Ambassadors, the Student Government Association (including the Senate and Student Activities Council), or Orientation Leaders.