Clubs and Organizations
Guilford College Clubs and Organizations
|African Student Association at Guilford College||Entrepreneurship Club||Guilford Peace Society||Students for Climate Justice|
|Amnesty International Guilford College Chapter||Exercise Science and Sport Management Club||Hispanos Unidos de Guilford (HUG)||Students for Justice in Palestine|
|Asian Culture Club||Expressions in Dance||International Club||Students for Sensible Drug Policy|
|Biohazard Ultimate Frisbee||Forensic Biology Club||Men’s Rugby||Surf Club|
|Black Student Union||Food Justice Club||Muslim Student Association (MSA)||The Greenleaf Review|
|Buddhist Fellowship Club||Geology||Pagan Mysticism||The Guilfordian|
|Campus Activities Board (CAB)||German Club||Photo and Film Club||The Yachting Club|
|CCE Student Government Association||Golf Club||Pre-Law Club||Tri-Beta Biology Club|
|Community Aids Awareness Project (CAAP)||Guilford Christian Ministry||Project Community||Underwater Basket Weaving|
|Chavurah||Guilford College Disc Golf Club||Quidditch Club||Women’s Rugby|
|Cheer and Dance Team||Guilford College Outdoors Club||Reaching Out for Animal Rights||WQFS 90.9 FM|
|Crafternoon||Guilford College PRIDE||Revelers Club||Yoga Club|
|Define America Guilford College Chapter||Guilford College Republicans||Sexual Assault Awareness Support and Advocacy (SAASA)|
|Democracy Matters||Guilford Native American Pride Club||Society of Physics Students|
Number of Student Clubs and Organizations
Student organization programs to attend, 84 events run by Campus Activities Board
Average budget per student organization
Opportunities to start your own student organizations and follow your dreams!
You have questions about Guilford College clubs and organizations. We have answers.
By walking around campus, you'll frequently find fliers and invitations to join clubs for sponsored events and fun activities every day of the week. Don't be shy! Attend the events of organizations you're interested in to meet the members and to see if it would be a good fit for you. Visit the Office of Student and Leadership Engagement o get more information on how to join a specific club.
Students are welcomed and encouraged to start organizations that are built around their specific interests and hobbies. You’ll need a purpose and proposal to get started. Visit the OSLE office in Founder's Hall to get information on how to start a club.
Our student government board is called community senate in true Quaker fashion. The senate strives to promote and enable student participation in College politics and projects while providing a strong and active public forum for discourse.
The Office of Student Leadership and Engagement (OSLE) serves as the primary source for student involvement, leadership development, and student event planning. The office is on the first floor of Founder’s Hall. Feel free to stop by to meet our staff and learn more about exciting opportunities to get involved!