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UW-Green Bay Student Organizations

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100+ Orgs

Whether you want to learn a new hobby, do some good for the community or get professional development, we have an org for you.

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Across Campuses

Organizations are available to students, no matter your home campus, either through in-person or online participation.

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If you're a student leader, find out how to reserve space, complete administrative forms, market your org, access funding and more.

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Get a Taste

Sample a smorgasbord of student orgs at OrgSmorg.

Wondering what clubs you can join? Talk with representatives at OrgSmorg to get connected, meet people and have fun. You might find opportunities in organizations like:

  • Anime Club
  • First Gen Phoenix
  • Premed/PA Club
  • Black Student Union
  • Social Work Association
  • Flag Football
  • Aspiring Educators
  • Art Agency
  • Student Government Association
  • International Club
  • Phoenix Catholic
  • Pi Beta Phi
  • Collegiate DECA

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Why Join a Club?

By getting involved on campus, you'll unlock a better college experience.

Find Friends, Make Memories

Meet people with interests and goals similar to you. A student organization – really, college in general – isn't just about getting a job. It's also about developing as a person and finding friends to last a lifetime. 

Gain Professional Development

In 2017, 70% of employers screened for GPA. In 2022, that number dropped to 38%. More and more, employers are looking for students who have a well-rounded education, including clubs. You can develop skills and network with professionals to kickstart your career.

It's Your Call 

Joining an organization is what you make of it! Whether you want to engage in hobbies, attend a meeting every so often or become a leader and guide a group of students, it's up to you for how student orgs fit into your education.

Got an Idea?

Start your own club.

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Take these steps to create a new organization: 

  1. Make sure it doesn't already exist. Search all clubs.
  2. Recruit 4 students (1 President, 1 Vice President, 2 members).
  3. Get the support of an on-campus advisor.
  4. Write a constitution of the org's goals and mission. Constitution Template (.docx download)
  5. Fill out the Organization Registration form.

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Driver Authorization

If you're planning on traveling with your student organization and are either using your personal vehicle or renting a car, you'll need to complete the Driver Authorization form.

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Find More Resources

Connect with others, develop leadership skills and make the most of your time at UW-Green Bay. Check out these resources.

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Get Engaged

The Student Engagement Center exists to help you have an event-full college experience. Find all kinds of student events, ways to volunteer and even employment opportunities. 

Find Fun Stuff To Do

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SUFAC: Join the Fun(d)

SUFAC, the Segregated University Fee Allocation Committee within the Student Government Association, distributes funds to student organizations. All students with a 2.0 GPA or more are welcome to apply!

Become a Member

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See Org Events

Be in the know. Find a list of all the activities related to student organizations at UW-Green Bay to make sure you can find the hidden gems.

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Riley Siltman

Achieve Your

"Being a part of student organizations at UWGB has aided in my growth during college significantly... finding your purpose and what you want to do after college can be an extremely daunting idea. I can confidently say that being a part of the student organizations at UWGB has allowed me to hone into what I want to do for my career and take necessary steps forward to achieve my goals!"

Riley Siltman '25
Finance and Business Analytics Double Major, Personal Financial Planning Minor | Wealth Analyst at Nicolet Bank

Stephanie Kaponya

Let's Connect

Meet Stephanie Kaponya, Program Coordinator here at UW-Green Bay. If you have any questions about student orgs, from joining to leading to starting your own, she can help!

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