Academic student groups are focused on creating a community by providing education and opportunities centered around a specific educational topic. These topics often relate to fields of study such as nursing, business, arts, or science. A university department often supports academic groups, which helps the group organize events and other activities.
Art student groups are focused on sharing their appreciation for creation, expression, and imagination with other students. Art groups showcase their passion in various ways, including literature, painting, sculptures, and music.
Awareness student groups focus on advocacy and education of a particular issue. These groups work to enact change through special events, fundraisers, and promotions. Awareness groups hope to encourage students to take action.
Business student groups are focused on engaging students through education and opportunity. These groups help students discover the benefits and opportunities available in areas such as Human Resources, Accounting, Investment, Supply Chain, or Finance.
Cultural groups are focused on promoting their culture and sharing their values with other students. Group members share their appreciation of their culture’s traditions, ancestry, language, history, society, or religion.
Debate/Political Groups provide an opportunity for students to share their views and opinions on specific topics. These groups allow students to gather and practice debating over topics such as trending political or social issues.
Hobby/Interest student groups provide an opportunity for students to come together and share their passion for their special hobby or interest. These hobbies may include board games, movies, motorsports, gardening, etc.
Religious student groups provide an opportunity for students of different faiths to come together and share their beliefs, practices, or rituals with each other. Religious groups provide a safe space for students to practice and learn about religion while improving their spiritual development.
Health student groups are focused on sharing their knowledge of healthy practices to help promote students’ overall well-being. Health groups are passionate about medicine, fitness, hygiene, and general mental/physical wellness.
Volunteerism student groups provide students with the opportunity to volunteer in the community or support a local nonprofit organization. Many student groups volunteer, but volunteerism groups place increased importance on charity.