Clubs & Organizations

Student Organizations are a means by which students can affect change in both their local University experience and the world beyond. They can also serve as places where a student can establish valuble connections or where people of common interests can get together. From social to academic, there is something for everyone.

The following three categories list officially recognized student clubs and organizations on campus – there are always new clubs forming. If you don't find a club that's interesting, you could start one!

  * Accounting Society
  * Art Students League
  * Philosophy Society

* More....
  * English Graduate Student Association
  * Graduate Social Work Organization
  * New Jersey PIRG and Water Watch

* More...
  * American Bar Association
  * Hunter Moot Court
  * Women's Law Caucus

  * More...

Feel free to also visit our Student Activities Link (SA Link) website as well.

Spring 2012 Budget Proposal Packet

Already in a Club or Organization?  Need some Information?
  * Student Organization Handbook
  * Draft of Constitution for Student Organizations
  * Organization Registration Form (For SGA recognized clubs only)

  * Preparing a budget for your club
  * Rutgers Student Fund Rules and Regulations
  * Rutgers-Camden Reservation Policy Facilities
  * Event Checklist Information
  * Dining and Catering Information
  * Risk Management and Insurance Guidelines
  * Alcohol Policy
  * University Logo Guidelines

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