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Clubs & Organizations

A variety of activities and organizations are available for students at Susquehanna. There are music and art activities, service organizations, leadership opportunities, academic clubs, student programming organizations and religion and diversity organizations. There are also a student-run newspaper, radio and TV stations, and a yearbook and several literary magazines.

There are nearly 150 campus clubs and organizations, so there are plenty of opportunities for all students to get involved. In addition, there are more than 24 honor societies and professional organizations, as well as nine club sports and 23 varsity sports teams. There are also five social sororities and six social fraternities.

Members of Phi Beta Sigma pose during their induction in March 2008.

Form a New Student Group

Do you have interests that don't map to an existing club? Then start a new one! Students regularly form new organizations at Susquehanna. One of our newest groups is Phi Beta Sigma, the university's first historically black fraternity.

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