Student Clubs and Organizations

Through participation in student clubs and organizations, students can apply ideas and theories learned in the classroom, share common interests and develop friendships with many people.

The University is home to 144 student clubs and organizations across the two New Jersey campuses, with a wide range of exciting opportunities also available at both FDU’s Vancouver Campus and Wroxton College in England.

The Student Government Association (SGA) acts as the governing body of the students and is elected from and by the student body. Student government maintains a liaison with faculty and administration and offers student opinion as an aid in developing University policies.

Student clubs provide cultural, educational and social activities on each campus and are reflective of student interests. Student clubs may include groups focusing on topics from accounting to art, from literature to law, or from religion to radio.

Membership in fraternities and sororities is important to many of our students and the University supports many national Greek organizations that are reflective of our global campus community. The University also holds memberships in national honorary and service organizations.

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