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Fulfill a broad array of interests by joining these special interest clubs. Whether you're interested in belly dance, politics, improv or the paranormal, there's a club for you!
With more than 30 recognized special interest clubs, there are plenty of options to keep you busy.
Girls on the Run
Lace up your running shoes and get ready to go!
Your work with Girls on the Run will help foster positive body image and promote good health in young girls.
As a GOTR coach or running buddy, you'll teach young girls valuable life skills through interactive lessons and running games. At the end of every season, you'll help your girls complete a 5k run, teaching them that they can accomplish whatever they set their mind to do.
Special Interest Clubs
Active Minds—Help to promote mental health awareness and educate peers.
Animal Club—Focused on providing students with an outlet to interact with and gain experience with all types of animals. Students can spend time volunterring, getting hands on experience with animals and interacting with the members of the community in both professional and recreational events.
Anime & Manga Association—Explore the world of anime and manga through screenings, design workshops, discussions and cosplay.
Beekeeping Club—Tend to two hives that pollinate the campus garden.
Best Buddies—Work one-on-one with individuals with intellectual disabilities and special needs.
Board Game Club—Enjoy playing board games and community outreach.
Boxing Club—Explore a unique type of workout and build bonds with others with similar interests.
DICE (Design, Innovation, Creativitiy & Entrepreneurship)—A forward-thinking organization where different talents combine to create a support system where passions can flourish and the ideas of students become reality.
European Horizons—Participate actively in the policy debate on the future of Europe.
Fishing Club—Brings together anglers of all kinds to learn about the sport, participate in club trips and assist in community events.
Girls on the Run—Teach young girls valuable life skills through interactive lessons and games revolving around running.
Hip Hop Club—Cultivates and shares a love of hip-hop culture through exploration and discussion.
Initiative for Democracy—Uphold the value of increasing voter education and political awareness.
Leadershape—A week-long, nationally recognized leadership development retreat.
League of Legends Club—Creates a fun safe space for students with video games.
Order of Sons and Daughters of Italy—Dedicated to promoting the culture, traditions and languages of students of Italian heritage.
O-Team—Help welcome new first-year students by building relationships and leadership skills through running and participating in orientation activities.
Photography Club—Helps students learn more about and grow skills in photography.
Pokemon Club—Join other Pokemon masters as they trade and even compete in tournaments.
ROTC—Participate in ROTC activities and fundraisers on campus.
Shakespeare Club—Expand on Shakespeare beyond the classroom with discussions and activities to gain a greater understanding of the poet, playwright, and actor.
Sign Language Club—Learn to sign and have fun with review games and practice activities.
Society of Physics Students—;Work with faculty and students outside the classroom to engage in discussions and activities around physics.
Step Team: AZA—Seeks to promote diversity through locomotive and urban expression usin step dancing as a percussive movement using the entire body as an instrument.
Student Athletic Advisory Committee—Organizes an annual community service projects for athletes and addresses the needs, concerns and wants of student-athletes in regard to collegiate athletics programs, academic pursuits, campus life and community initiatives.
Student Government Association (SGA)—Represent the student body in university affairs.
Student Wellness Club—Promote student health, fitness, and overall well-being through a partnership with the Health Center.
Sub-Popular Culture Club—Creates a community for students with interests in otherwise "nerdy", "weird" or "offbeat" things. This clubs will give students a place to come together and share their interests and pasions with others.
SU College Democrats—Promote awareness of current issues and Democratic philosophies.
SU Crafts—Provides the campus community with an outlet for creativity through weekly craft workshops and monthly classes.
SU Paranormal—Allows students to explore their interests in the paranormal through investigations and classes.
SU Republicans—Promote awareness of issues represented by the Republican Party.
Sub-Popular Cultural Coalition—A place for those labeled nerdy, weird or offbeat to come together and share their interests and passions with others.
Support U—Create a stronger community at Susquehanna through supporting other students and campus life.
Young Americans for Liberty—An organization that exists to promote, and protect the absolute values of freedom especially focusing on freedom of speech and emphasizing the role of the Constitution in the American government. The foundation of their values are framed within the non-aggression principle (NAP).