Activities and Clubs


Office of Student Activities

Office of Student ActivitiesThe Office of Student Activities seeks to create ways for students to enhance their educational experience outside the classroom through connections with other students and the Greensboro College community. We do that because we know that students who actively participate in all aspects of campus life become better citizens and future community leaders.

We coordinate all student organizations, including co-curricular programs, student programming and events, organizational funding, and management of the student center locations. We are a major resource for events such as the MLK Jr. holiday observance, Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Homecoming, and other special events, and we provide leadership and training development.

Your options are endless. We give you the tools and opportunity, and you determine your future. College is your time to find out what truly inspires you. Connect with those who share your interests, or discover new passions. We have a variety of student organizations to get involved with. If you don’t find one that calls to you, gather some friends and start your own!

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Student Organizations

Co-curricular activitiesCo-curricular activities serve an important role in the quality of life at Greensboro College. Campus organizations offer opportunities to meet new people, develop leadership skills, integrate course work with practical experiences, and gain a well-rounded education. Organizations at Greensboro College are founded by dedicated students and provide educational and social programming to the campus community. If you don’t see an organization on our list, come see Student Activities about starting one!

Active Organizations at Greensboro College:

Alpha Xi Delta
American Marketing Association
Athletic Training Club
Campus Crusade for Christ
The Collegian (student newspaper)
Gospel Choir
History Club
Inter Club Council Honorary
Kinesiology Club
Los Amigos (Spanish Club)
The Lyre (literary magazine)
Pre-Health Society
Pride of the Pride Alliance (gay-straight alliance)
Pride Productions (Greensboro College’s Campus Activities Board)
Student Athletic Advisory Council
Students in Free Enterprise
Sociology and Criminal Justice Club
Student Government Association
United African American Society

Honors Organizations:

Alpha Chi – Academic overall
Alpha Kappa Delta – Sociology
Beta Beta Beta – Biology
Kappa Delta Pi – Education
Omicron Delta Kappa – Leadership
Phi Alpha Theta – History
Pi Delta Phi – French
Pi Sigma Alpha – Political Science
Psi Chi – Psychology
Sigma Beta Delta – Business
Sigma Delta Pi – Spanish
Sigma Tau Delta – English
Theta Alpha Kappa – Religion

For more information on honors organizations, contact Matt Long, Dean of Students, at matt.long@greensboro.edu.

Interested in starting or re-activating a student organization?

Please follow these steps.

  1. Plan a meeting with Jonathan Hall, director of the Reynolds Center. He can be reached at 336-272-7102, ext. 5383, or via email at jonathan.a.hall@greensboro.edu. This meeting needs to be initiated and attended by a student. Please be prepared to discuss and review the following:
    • Who would participate in organization?
    • How would Greensboro College would benefit from this organization?
    • Who could serve as an advisor? (An advisor must be a Greensboro College staff or faculty member.)
    • What would the organization’s constitution address? (We have samples available.)
    • What accreditation requirements, if any, must be met?
  2. Prepare a constitution statement.
  3. Meet with Jonathan Hall to review constitution
  4. Meet with Student Government Association to complete the process
  5. Student Government Association will ask questions about the purpose of the organization and will approve, deny, or approve with revisions.
  6. After the organization is approved by the Student Government Association, the organization is on probation for one semester to show that it has active members and can function as an active organization on campus.
  7. After it has gained accreditation during its probation period, a group will be eligible to go through the budget allocation process to be awarded funding.