Student Organizations are ideal for:
- Making new friends
- Experiencing and exploring new topics, ideas and events
- Developing leadership and team skills, and
- Having fun!
Use the links above to browse the different types of student organizations, or use the search box to search for a particular organization.
For more information, please contact Pete Lafferty, Community Coordinator for Leadership Development at 215/951-1669, email@example.com
The Point consists of the leaders of the registered student organizations that, in turn, most represent other students or student organizations. The leaders meet on a regular basis with the Dean of Students to collaborate and to promote association between and among students, student organizations, the Division of Student Affairs, and the larger University community.
The organizations that currently are represented in The Point include the Student Government Association (SGA), the Resident Student Association (RSA), the Commuter And Off-Campus Student (CAOS), the Inter-Fraternity/Sorority Council (IFSC), the African-American Student League (AASL, on behalf of Multicultural and International student organizations), the Fellowship of Community and University Service (FOCUS), the Athletics Relations Council (SAAC), and The Masque, on behalf of Arts and Media Student Organizations.