- Student Life
- Clubs, Activities, and Athletics
- Student Groups and Organizations
There are student organizations created to support each other, spar with each other
(intellectually, and with foam swords, if you take up boffing) and work together to
make your community stronger.
And have fun. Did we mention fun? It’s part of the balance you’ll find in an intellectual
community that values active engagement.
Talk to an admission counselor about your interests
Join the club
When a Rocker is excited about something, chances are they’re eager to share it. With
the support of the director of activities and the Community Council, student clubs
and organizations offer ways to connect over any number of shared interests. Clubs
are student-led and represent current student interests.
The literary magazine, The Glacial Erratic, is ready and waiting for your best submissions.
Of course, if there isn’t a club that represents your favorite activity or cause,
it’s just because you haven’t started it yet. There’s a strong International Student
Association and Pre-Med Society. The QueerSA, FIFE women’s center, Black Student Union,
Asian Student Association and Social Justice Committee all meet regularly.
Like birding? Boffing? Board games? Or, maybe fencing, French films, or Werner Herzog?
There’s a club for you. If Art Club, Math Club or D&D Club is up your alley, you’ll
be in good company.
Ask a student about Boffing Club
Current Clubs and Organizations*
*The list changes with student interest and involvement.
Anthropology Movie Club
Black Student Union (BSU)
BEWF: Bard for the Empowerment of Women & Femmes
Cardio Hiphop (Lama Loco Motion)
Chinese and Japanese Poetry Club
Club de Español
Computer Science Club
DC Comics Club
Debate Union (College)
Debate Union (Academy)
Descendants of Bacchus
Dungeons & Dragons
International Affairs Council
International Students Club
Interfaith & Spirituality Club
Fellowship at the Rock
Friendship Bracelet Making
Modern Music Club
ROARING (Rockers Organize and Resist Injustice, Nativism, and Groupthink)
Science-Fiction & Fantasy Books Club
Science Research Club
Self Defense Club
Sexual Health Awareness Group (SHAG)
Speak Easy (School Newspaper)
Tea Appreciation Club
A Voice for Animals