Pursue your passion and find your tribe. Discover the clubs and activities that will make your time on campus even more meaningful. There is always something to do on campus because there are more than 600 clubs and organizations to join. Choosing depends on what sounds the most interesting to you.
Tap into your creative side
Have you always wanted to try capoeira? Or perform standup comedy in front of your peers? We can’t think of a better time than now.
Axé Capoeira trains dancers, musicians and athlete in capoeira, a hypnotic Afro-Brazilian dance.
Screening Events at the School of Theatre, Film & Television are perfect if you dream in widescreen.
Comedy Corner claims the title of oldest sketch and improv troupe in the college world. Club comedians perform every Wednesday.
University Community Chorus invites students, faculty, staff and community members to sing and perform a rich repertoire of choral music.
Explore the world
Whether you study abroad or debate international issues from home, every global and cultural experience elevates your perspective.
Arizona Model United Nations is a student-run group that competes in debates about international issues.
UA Study Abroad promotes life-changing sojourns in other countries. A typical program in Orvieto, Italy, teaches Italian, art history and archaeology.
VIDA, Volunteers for Intercultural & Definitive Adventures, organizes trips to Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Guatemala, where student volunteers work in clinics with local veterinarians, doctors and dentists.
Make a difference
How do we help our ecosystems thrive and continue to live sustainably? Together, of course.
Biology and Earth Science Club organizes trips, meetings and guest speakers to educate students about ecosystems and sustainability.
Tierra Seca, a chapter of the Society for Range Management, advocates for the fragile, arid rangelands through various activities, including outdoor recreation.
Environmental Social Justice, an arm of Students for Sustainability, works to raise awareness of the ways that climate change harms already marginalized communities.
Flex new muscles
At the Rec Center, take your pick of classes from Zumba, yoga, hip-hop and Latin dance to Pilates, swimming, group fitness and even German long sword. There are a number of treadmills, weights and other machines as well.
Climbers can train on the Rec Center’s outdoor bouldering wall to prepare for climbs on the nearby mountains.
Intramural sports, from sand volleyball and indoor soccer to pool basketball and racquetball singles, are all organized through the Rec Center.
The Outdoor Recreation Program brings UA folks out into the big, wide world, organizing a slew of adventurous outings, including hiking, whitewater rafting and bicycle touring.
Give back in meaningful ways
Change someone’s life or elevate the community in your own way.
Students in Camp Wildcat take underprivileged Tucson kids on weekend camping trips, where the campers can have fun in the great outdoors and learn to see college as a goal they can reach.
Honors Alternative Spring Break sends honors students out on week-long service projects around the country, working with homeless people, poor children and others who struggle.
Indigicat Student Association serves indigenous students at the UA, celebrates Native American culture and builds bridges between Native American communities and the university.
Giving back to the local, national and global community is a key component of the Greek Life experience. As a whole, the UA Fraternity and Sorority Community gives about 35,000 hours each year to the community.