UAH’s student organizations offer variety of ways to get involved on campus

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It’s no surprise that when university students get involved on campus, they end up being more successful than their peers who do not. The benefits are well documented, and include making a smoother transition from high school, doing better in class, and being more likely to graduate. But that’s not all. Involved students also acquire valuable leadership, team-building, and communication skills that give them a competitive edge when it comes to finding employment after graduation.

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At The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), students can participate in over 120 registered student organizations. These range from academic and community services groups to recreational, political, and religious ones. Fraternities and sororities, the Student Government Association, and the Association for Campus Entertainment offer several more avenues for student involvement, as does the Charger cheerleading program, the Chargerettes Dance Team, the Volunteer Chargers, and the UAH student newspaper, the Charger Times.

“Student organizations are critical to an active and vibrant campus life, and our student organizations are doing great things – winning national competitions, hosting major campus events, taking fun trips, and creating Charger Pride on campus,” says Dr. Regina Hyatt, Dean of Students. “And with so many great student organizations on campus appealing to such a wide variety of interests, students are likely to find at least one to become involved with while at UAH.”



The Office of Student Life
Charger Union, Room 223  256.824.6735