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Active Student Organizations

Students may choose from a great selection clubs, social organizations, and others that focus on athletics, service, social justice, and spirituality.  Please free to contact the coordinator of student engagement to learn how to become part of one or start your own!

**Every fall semester there is an Involvement and Spiritual Life Fair that will allow you to check out all the different opportunities on and off campus!

The following organizations are officially recognized by Student Government as of the beginning of fall semester.

  • Aquatics Club
  • Black Student Alliance
  • Bridges Not Walls
  • CAR (Commuter@Randolph)
  • Chinese Culture Club
  • Creative Writing Club
  • CRU Christian Fellowship
  • Environmental Club
  • ETAs
  • First Year Board
  • Future Restorationists, Artists, and Museum Enthusiasts (FRAME)
  • Gammas
  • The Gathering
  • Hail Muse!
  • Humans vs. Zombies
  • Ice Skating Club
  • Junior Class Board
  • Macon Activities Council (MAC)
  • Macon Community After Hours
  • Model United Nations
  • Multicultural Leaders Association
  • NHC3 (National History Collections Curation Club)
  • No Lost Generation
  • Panworld
  • Psi Chi Honor Society
  • Randolph College Democrats
  • Randolph College Republicans
  • Senior Class Board
  • Society of Physics Students
  • Sock & Buskin
  • Songshine
  • Sophomore Class Board
  • Step Team
  • Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
  • Student Government
  • Sundial (Newspaper)
  • SVEA
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Voices
  • WWRM Radio

Note: All organizations were notified to fill out a required club form at the end of the spring semester in order to remain a recognized group by Student Government.

If you have questions please contact the student government president or the coordinator of student engagement.  Both offices located in the Student Government Suite, 2nd floor of the Student Center.

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