There are more than 25 student organizations on campus, each led by students with guidance by a faculty or staff advisor.
Focused on academics, social and global concerns, diversity and cultural issues, community service and more, these clubs are created to enrich your academic and co-curricular interests.
Visit the Office of Student Involvement to find out more, or inquire during your Orientation Program.
The society is a club in which business students can meet and participate in activities. The club sponsors on-campus presentations and are involved in community service activities.
A local chapter of the society for students dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.
The club's mission is to provide a conducive and safe environment for young women to gain leadership, mentoring, and community service skills.
Experiences that help students get involved with campus ministry and live out their faith and values. Students will have the opportunity to stretch their perspectives and engage in community service activities.
Saint Joseph College was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1932. Today we explore the core value of Catholic Identity as a university. Our meetings take place in the Campus Ministry Office. We invite everyone to the Chapel for Mass on Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m. and Sundays at 6:00 p.m. with dinner afterwards. Feel free to follow us onTwitter @USJheartsforGod and like our page on Facebook USJ Catholic Hearts. Let's learn about Catholic Identity together! ♥ Jeremiah 3:13
All seniors are members of the Class of 2016. This group helps coordinate senior activities including Senior Week, Baccalaureate, Commencement, community service and fundraising events.
All juniors are members of the Class of 2017. This group helps coordinate junior activities including Investiture and social, community service, social and fundraising events.
All sophomores are members of the Class of 2018. This group helps coordinate sophomore activities including community service, social and fundraising events.
All first-year students are members of the Class of 2019. This group helps to coordinate first-year student activities, community service, social and fundraising events.
Open to any interested, qualified dancer. Rehearses regularly and performs in a variety of campus ceremonies and annual recitals. A variety of dance styles are practiced and performed.
We bring different perspectives focusing on diversity, it could be race, religion or various culture and many more.
Encourage study abroad opportunities and international connections on campus
Students come together to reflect and discuss readings in the Bible.
Integrating all the Latin American cultures and trying to be a bigger presence on campus and in the community
We are a club designed for students with an interest in applying to pharmacy school.
The organization's focus is to get people involved in psychology activities and learn about the major.
We are a student run organization that runs activities to promote different public health issues on campus.
Brings together organization members and the surrounding community through the appreciation of theater. Open to all interested students. The group rehearses regularly and puts on several shows throughout the academic year.
Safe space and activity club bringing awareness to LGBTQ issues on campus
Open to all to encourage and promote Social Work
A group of students, advised by the Admissions Office, that serves as tour guides for prospective students and their families.
Allows student athletes to voice any concerns or suggestions that may help enhance the student athlete college experience, as well as contribute to the USJ community. All students involved in athletics are encouraged to join.
A forum for all students to get involved in campus-wide issues and decisions that impact students directly. All students are encouraged to join SGA.
Open to all nursing majors. Provides information regarding the nursing profession, careers and new developments in the field. Sponsors a variety of programs within the community related to the field of nursing.
Provides diverse programming of recreational, social, cultural and educational activities that reflect the varied interests of USJ students and the community at large. Designs an activities calendar that supports and complements the mission of the college. Membership is open to all interested students.
Provides information for both Nutrition majors and non-Nutrition majors
The purpose of this organization is to contribute to the development of faith, expression of multiculturalism, and the celebration of the arts at the University of Saint Joseph through the performance of gospel music.
Our goal is to encourage students to stay on campus on the weekends by having different activities.
Wonder Women of the World’s Woes (WWW) have come to save the world. We are here to cater to the needs of forgotten nations, pick up women after they have been abused, and lift up children with disabilities to provide them with the same opportunities. As empowered women, we live by the words “love the world more than it loves you” and we consistently spread this love via donating money and supplies to those in need and providing exciting events on campus. Come join the WWW to serve humanity and ease the world’s woes!
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