Oklahoma State, for instance, offers over 200 organizations and clubs. The University of Tennessee kicks it up a notch with more than 300 official student organizations. They are either stand-alone groups or local chapters of national organizations, and all these organizations are registered through the dean of students office. The following list is just a sampling.
Read and see which groups you’d like to join.
a. African Student Association a. Lambda Legal Society
b. Amnesty International b. Law and Medicine Society
c. Bahai Association c. Martial Arts Club
d. Bowling Team d. Martial Arts Club
e. Campus Entertainment Board e. Muslim Students Association
f. Chinese Students Association f. Racquet Sports Club
g. Classics Club g. Rugby Club
h. College Republicans h. Sailing Club
i. Criminal Law Society i. Student Bar
j. Culinary Club j. Student Government Association
k. Dance Marathon k. Students for a Free Tibet
l. Equestrian Team l. Swing Dance Association
m. Film Committee m. Ultimate Frisbee Club
n. Gay and Straight Network n. Water Polo Club
o. Habitat for Humanity o. Water Ski Club
p. Kundalini Yoga Club p. Weightlifting Club
q. Lacrosse Club q. Wrestling Club
And don’t forget the Society for Creative Anachronism, the Student Organization for Deaf Awareness and the Fencing Club!