Introduction to Student Life
At Susquehanna University, you'll never run out of things to do. On campus, in local communities and abroad, it's all about getting involved. Choose your pursuits from nearly 150 clubs and organizations or start a new group as an outlet for your interests. Susquehanna's 23 Division III varsity sports teams and nationally recognized volunteer programs provide additional chances to get involved, do good work and make lasting memories.
From readings and lectures to parties at Trax and live music at Charlie's Coffeehouse, there's something happening on campus every day of the week. For the occasional getaway, catch a charter bus for a Saturday in New York City or rent outdoor gear for a camping weekend in the great outdoors.
Student Life Spotlights
Academic Interest Organizations
With more than 20 academic clubs, you can meet new friends and expand your interests. Road trips await to such places as the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire, where the English Club has been known to enjoy Elizabethan merriment.
The Susquehanna experience is a 24/7 proposition, with our residential campus offering a variety of housing options. Community involvement is fueled by an engaged student and professional residence life staff.
Other Student Activity Highlights
The Susquehanna University men’s club rugby team competed at the 7s Qualifier on April 12, advancing to their third consecutive trip to the National Small College Rugby Organization (NSCRO) 7s National Championship. »
On the 45th anniversary of the first Earth Day on April 22, Susquehanna University has scheduled a series of events throughout the week in an effort to make students and the public aware of each individual’s responsibility in protecting the environment. »
More than 60 Susquehanna University students joined together to remember the 13th anniversary of 9/11. To show their support for the friends and families of the victims of that fateful day, students lit sky lantern luminaries, »