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Student Organizations:
Communities Led by Students & Alumni

Learn how you can become actively involved in a student organization.

Our student organizations aim to provide members with professional growth, leadership development, and a sense of community. They include academic-focused groups where students can engage with career-related topics and opportunities and interest-based groups that provide students with ways to support and connect with each other through a shared purpose.

Students, alumni, staff, and faculty who join a student organization are encouraged to be active participants in a variety of ways. This may include attending events, collaborating on projects, contributing to activities, and serving in leadership roles. Students can find a majority of the student organizations’ virtual communities along with some informal groups within CareerQuest Groups (UMGC’s platform for career resources) and on Facebook Groups. Students interested in forming a new student organization should email for more information.

Meet Your 2023 Student Organization Award Winners

Read about the winners of the 2023 Student Organization Awards.


Student Organizations


Have questions related to the student organizations? Contact Student Affairs for assistance.

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