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Something for Everyone

Guilford College has several clubs and organizations founded by students like you. Whether your interests are cultural, athletic, creative, or just fun — there's something for everyone at Guilford! And if there isn't a club or organization that piques your interest? You can easily find a friend who is interested in starting one with you.


Guilford College Clubs and Organizations

Active Minds
Free Press
Health Professions Club
African Student Association at Guilford College
German Club
Hispanos Unidos de Guilford (HUG)
Quaker Cupboard
Black Student Union
Greenleaf Review
International Club
Revelers Club
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
GSBA (Guilford Student Body Association)
Market Minds
Guilford College Ministry
Outdoors Club
Ultimate Frisbee
Community 'N Culture Step Team
Guilford College Cheer
OSLE (Office of Student Leadership & Engagement)
Woman and Non-Binary Student Association
Democracy Matters
Guilford College Republicans
People Of The Planet
WQFS 90.9 FM
Food Justice Club
Pre-Law Club
Yachting Club


Number of Student Clubs and Organizations


Student organization programs to attend, 84 events run by Campus Activities Board

$6,000 dollars

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.

How do I join a club?

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.

How do I start a new organization?

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.

What is Community Senate?

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.

What is OSLE?

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!

Contact Us

Terra Roane
Terra Roane

Asst. Dean of Stu/Dir SLE