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!
Students play a strong role in organizing, leading and creating clubs, organizations and honoraries on our campus. Activities outside of the classroom offer opportunities to pursue special or new interests; to gain personal, social and leadership skills that will be valuable throughout life; and to meet others with interests similar to yours.
The overall goal of the Office of Student Activities is to create ways for students to enhance their educational experience outside of the classroom through connections with other students and the Greensboro College community.
Our mission is simple. We serve as the gateway to campus involvement. The Office of Student Activities is responsible for the coordination of all student organizations, including facilitation of co-curricular programs, student programming & events, organizational funding, management of the student center locations, a major resource for events such as MLK, Jr. Observance, Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Homecoming, and other special events, plus facilitation of leadership and training development.
It is our hope and belief that Student Activities will assist in growth of student groups and individuals to their fullest potential.In a broader sense, we are responsible for providing programs and services that promote educational, recreational, social, and personal growth. Individual student development is a major focus of the office. By having students actively participate in all aspects of campus life, they will become better citizens and future community leaders.
For more information, contact:
336-272-7102, ext. 5383
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