Groups and Activities

Speak up and write down at The Daily Orange. Grab a group of friends for a free movie screening courtesy of Orange After Dark. Join a fraternity or sorority, connect with your culture, get out into nature, or fight to protect human or animal rights. With over 300 groups and activities, you’ll find something that will pique an interest (or 20!).

Not sure where to start? The Office of Student Activities is your gateway to social activities, programs, and events that not only fill up your calendar, but also enhance your education.

Student a cappella group The Mandarins singing

Student organizations

Life and learning happen inside the classroom—and out! Syracuse University is home to more than 300 extracurricular groups, so you’ll never run out of ways to live and learn.

Explore your options

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University 100

University 100 is a group of Syracuse University student ambassadors who represent our diverse community and share their love of Orange through campus tours and networking events.

Become a tour guide

Students part of Greek life

Greek life

More than 30 percent of students join a fraternity or sorority to find a feeling of community. With more than 60 to choose from, it’s easy to find one that matches your interests or goals.

Join a fraternity or sorority

Student Assocation

The Student Association (SA) is your undergraduate student government. SA serves as your representative voice and focuses on initiatives to help make your undergradute experience the best it can be.

Make your voice heard


University Union

If you’re a fan of music festivals, movie screenings, comedians, notable speakers, and more, you’ll likely be a fan of University Union—the student organization that brings entertainment to the students of Syracuse.

Find out more about UU


Office of Student Activities

The Office of Student Activities is your gateway to social activities, programs, and events that are geared to enhance your education and fulfill your inner need to be active in the community.

Learn more about OSA