Clubs & Organizations
Make friends while making a difference on and off campus. We offer more than 100 groups, including professional clubs, honor societies, and cultural organizations. From academic to social, there’s something for everyone at Rutgers–Camden.
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Student organizations provide opportunities for students to effect change in both their local university community and the world beyond. They also serve as places where students can establish valuable connections or where people of common interests can get together.
Browse our full list of active clubs and organizations, as well as upcoming events. If you can't find a group that sparks your interest, start your own with help from the Office of Student Involvement.
It is a Rutgers University policy to make the benefits and services of its educational program, which applies to undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools, available to students without discrimination based on race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, ability, marital or veteran status.
How do I start a new organization on campus?
There are several guidelines and requirements to become an officially recognized student organization at Rutgers–Camden. A minimum of five students is required to form an organization.
How do I restart an organization that used to be active on campus, but no longer is?
Student organizations that have been inactive for more than two years may regain their official status with the university. The process is similar in many ways to forming a new student organization.
How does my student organization reserve space on campus?
Members of the Events Office will help you set and achieve goals for your event. They will assist you in all aspects of your event planning, from brainstorming and budgeting to coordinating logistics.