Student Clubs and Organizations
The Office of Student Life advises a diverse group of student clubs and organizations on the Florham Campus.
Through participation in these student organizations, students can apply ideas and theories learned in the classroom, share common interests, and develop friendships with many people.
Student organizations are a great way to meet people outside the classroom who share your interests. And, if you’re interested in getting involved in an activity or club that doesn’t currently exist at FDU, you’ll be encouraged to organize one! Below and at left are some of the various student organizations at FDU:
Florham Programming Committee (FPC)
Activities at the Florham Campus are chosen and organized by students. Students serving on the FPC help produce programs for the benefit of the entire student body. Typical activities include concerts, comedy performances, movies, spring-break trips, Homecoming festivities and dances.
Students must maintain an overall grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 to participate in any organization and an overall GPA of 2.3 to hold a major office.
Greek life members must maintain an overall GPA of 2.15 for general membership and a minimum of 2.35 to hold a major office. Additionally, to associate with any social fraternity or sorority, a student must earn at least 12 credits and an overall GPA of 2.35.
All members of the Student Government Association must maintain an overall GPA of 2.5.
All clubs and organizations have mailboxes in the Office of Student Life.