Joining one or more of over 250 recognized student organizations is an excellent way to connect with thousands of students, create new experiences, and discover lasting friendships at Duquesne. Whether you enjoy coordinating events, participating in campus governance, sports clubs or community engagement activities, there is something for everyone!Campus Representation groups are a voice for specific student populations (such as residents, commuters, cultural groups, etc.), and provide feedback to the University regarding campus policies.
Community Service & Advocacy groups provide students with an opportunity to support a cause, serve others, and become engaged in civic activities
Event Planning organizations coordinate social, cultural, educational and recreational activities/events on campus, and throughout the community.
Greek Fraternities & Sororities. Duquesne has 10 fraternities and 10 sororities that encourage life-time membership, academic excellence, leadership, community service and strong friendships.
Honor Societies & Professional organizations recognize students who excel academically, and/or within a specific academic discipline.
Multicultural organizations encourage appreciation for cultural diversity throughout the campus community.
Performing Arts & Media groups encourage participation in visual and performing arts, publications (newspaper, yearbook) and media outlets (radio).
Political Interest organizations promote political party ideologies and serve as an outlet to discuss issues regarding local, state and/or federal governments.
Recreation & Club Sports provide students with a opportunity to get active - whether it's through physical sport or getting together to enjoy a favorite pastime.
Spiritual organizations provide students with faith-based fellowship, spiritual and religious development, and support.
For a complete listing of all recognized student organizations, be sure to visit the Campus Link Home Page, and select the "Organizations" link.