Students play intramural flag football Friday, Sept. 9, 2016 on Quinnipiac's Mount Carmel campus. (Autumn Driscoll / Quinnipiac University)

Student Activities and Organizations

You’ll get an education in the art of balancing work and play

Become a campus leader or join more than 140 recognized student clubs and organizations. Attend concerts and engage with guest speakers, and see movies and plays. Start an intramural team, join a Greek community, go out on Friday and Saturday nights. Try anything that sparks your interest — because everything is part of your quintessential student experience.

Fraternity and Sorority Groups

Friends, Kaitlyn Joong, Olivia Mundy and Nicole Savas, from left, support their sororities, Alpha Delta Pi and Alpha Chi Omega, during the Meet and Greek Block Party Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016 on Quinnipiac's Bobcat Way.

Go Greek

Olivia Mundy '19, left, and Nicole Savas '19, support their sororities during a Meet and Greek Block Party.

Fraternity and sorority groups

Joining one of our fraternities or sororities offers a chance to be part of something bigger than yourself but that still fosters your individuality.

Our entire Greek system is built on the fundamental principles of leadership, growth, service and community, so you’ll learn to give back while forging deep bonds with friends who will continue to support you long after you’ve graduated.

Whether facing off with your friends and roommates in a series of competitive tug-of-war challenges, developing and choreographing lip sync battles against other fraternities or sororities or seeing who rocks the best toga, you will be getting to know each other, yourself and raising tens of thousands of dollars for philanthropic causes throughout the country.


  • Alpha Epsilon Pi
  • Alpha Phi Omega
  • Alpha Sigma Phi
  • Beta Theta Pi
  • Delta Tau Delta
  • Delta Upsilon
  • Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI)
  • Pi Kappa Phi
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon
  • Zeta Beta Tau


  • Alpha Chi Omega
  • Alpha Delta Pi
  • Chi Omega
  • Chi Upsilon Sigma National Latin Sorority, Inc.
  • Gamma Phi Beta
  • Kappa Alpha Theta
  • Kappa Delta
  • Phi Sigma Sigma
  • Pi Beta Phi
  • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

While making new friends, our students make new friends and learn more about study abroad and learning service opportunities at our annual Cultural and Global Engagement Dinner.

Small world

While making new friends, our students make new friends and learn more about study abroad and learning service opportunities at our annual Cultural and Global Engagement Dinner.

Cultural and Identity Groups

Diversity means more than skin color — it means different cultures, beliefs, genders, orientations, and religions, all of which are embraced here at Quinnipiac through a number of groups and organizations.


  • African Carribean Student Union
  • Asian Student Alliance (ASA)
  • Association to Maximize Italian Cultural Influence (AMICI)
  • Black Student Union (BSU)
  • Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
  • International Student Association
  • Jewish Student Organization (JSO)
  • Latino Cultural Society (LCS)
  • Muslim Student Association (MSA)
  • Quinnipiac University Chinese Students & Scholars Association (QUCSSA)
  • Quinnipiac Hellenic Society
  • Quinnipiac University College Chapter, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  • Quinnipiac Christian Fellowship
  • Quinnipiac University Irish Club (QUIC)
  • South Asian Society (SAS)
  • Turkish Students' Association
  • Women In Support of Humanity (WISH)

Academic Groups and Honor Societies

Academic groups and honor societies

Ambition loves company. With nearly 50 academic groups and honor societies, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to connect with people who share your talents and interests.

Whether you join the International Business Society, the History Club or one of our other organizations, you’ll quickly learn the benefits of surrounding yourself with people who are as passionate and focused as you are.

They will help you find others with similiar passions who share a passion for seeing the world with a fresh perspective.

Members of the Quinnipiac University Honors program during a visit to The High Line Saturday April 18, 2015. More than a dozen students participated in the signature experience in New York as part of their course work in the Honors program. (Photograph by Mark Von Holden/ for Quinnipiac University)

Reaching higher

More than a dozen members of the Quinnipiac University Honors program visit the High Line in Manhattan.

Academic Groups (A-P)

  • Accounting Society
  • Allied Health Professionals Club
  • American Marketing Association
  • American Society for Microbiology
  • Athletic Training Club
  • Behavioral Neuroscience Club (BNS)
  • Biomedical Sciences Club
  • Business Leadership Club
  • The Chemistry/Biochemistry Organization
  • Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
  • Computer Information Systems Society (CISS)
  • Economic and Finance Club
  • International Business Society
  • Investment Club
  • Legal Studies Association
  • Mechanical Engineers Student Chapter (MESC)
  • Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students Chapter at Quinnipiac University (MAPS)
  • Physical Therapy Club
  • Pre-Health Professionals Society
  • Pre-law Society
  • Pre-Physician Assistant Club
  • Psychology Club
  • Public Relations Students Society of America (PRSSA)

Academic Groups (Q-Z)

  • Quinnipiac Consulting Club
  • Quinnipiac Computing Club
  • Quinnipiac Criminal Justice Club
  • Quinnipiac First Responders
  • Quinnipiac Future Teachers Organization
  • Quinnipiac Mathematics Careers Club (QMCC)
  • Quinnipiac Political Science Association
  • Quinnipiac Pre-Dental Club
  • Quinnipiac Student Nurses' Association (QSNA)
  • Quinnipiac University American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • Quinnipiac University Engineering Student Organization (QUESO)
  • Quinnipiac University Institute of Industrial Engineers (QUIIE)
  • Quinnipiac University Game Club
  • Society for Anthropological Research
  • Sign Language Club
  • Society for Human Resource Management at Quinnipiac University (SHRM@QU)
  • Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
  • Student Chapter of the Association of Women in Sports Media
  • Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
  • Students of Philosophical Hypothesis in Academia (SOPHIA)

Honor Societies

  • Accounting, Finance and Information Systems: Beta Alpha Psi
  • Biology: Phi Sigma Biological Honor Society
  • Business: Beta Gamma Sigma
  • Communications: Lambda Pi Eta
  • Computer Information Systems: Alpha Iota Mu
  • Continuing Education: Alpha Sigma Lambda
  • Debate: Pi Kappa Delta
  • English: Sigma Tau Delta
  • Gerontology: Sigma Phi Omega
  • International Students: Phi Beta Delta
  • Marketing: Delta Epsilon Chi
  • Math & Science: Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society
  • Nursing: Sigma Theta Tau International
  • Occupational Therapy: Pi Theta Epsilon
  • Policital Science: Pi Sigma Alpha
  • Psychology: Psi Chi, Quinnipiac chapter
  • Sociology: Alpha Kappa Delta
  • Spanish: Sigma Delta Pi

Arts, Entertainment and Media Groups

Arts, entertainment and media groups

Creativity is never in short supply here. Our 15 arts, entertainment and multimedia student groups are a great opportunity to explore your artistic passions outside of your academic life. Theater, a cappella, dance or anime club are just a few examples of the types of groups you can choose to join.

Arts and Entertainment Groups

  • The A Cappella Group
  • Carribean Dance Vybez
  • Dance Company
  • Dead Intellectual's Society
  • Fourth Wall (theater)
  • Note-able Singing Group
  • QU Irish Dance Club
  • QU Spirit
  • QU Symphony Orchestra
  • Quinnipiac Ballroom Society
  • Quinnipiac Tap Company
  • Step to Perfection

Multimedia Groups

  • Anime Club
  • Her Campus Quinnipiac
  • Interactive Design Organization (IDO)
  • Quinnipiac Film Society
  • QuinniPR (public relations firm)
  • QU Game Club
  • Spoon University

Spirit Groups

The kickline team performs at the TD Bank Sports Center.

Fall into line

The kickline team performs at the TD Bank Sports Center.

Spirit groups

There’s nothing quite like hearing the cheers and enthusiasm thunder throughout the TD Bank Sports Center. Our school spirit is second to none, and you can electrify the crowds at our games and show your support for our athletic teams by joining one of our spirit groups.

  • Dance Fusion
  • Icecats
  • Kickline
  • Quinnipiac Pep Band
  • Quinnipiac Spirit Group
  • Sideline Cheer
  • Student Atheletic Advisory Committee (SAAC)

Brent Peiffer '17 leads an outing of the Quinnipiac University Sailing Club so members can practice their skills on a 42-foot sailboat. They set sail from the Pequot Yacht Club in Southport, Connecticut on the Long Island Sound in October.

Setting sail

Brent Peiffer '17 leads an outing of the Quinnipiac University Sailing Club so members can practice their skills on a 42-foot sailboat. They set sail from the Pequot Yacht Club in Southport, Connecticut on the Long Island Sound in October.

Recreational Groups

Recreational groups

Between fitness and wellness courses, intramurals, and recreational programs and activities, you can stay active at your own leisure.

  • Bobcats Be Ballin'
  • League of Legends Club
  • Mixed Martial Arts Club
  • QU Car Club
  • QU Chess
  • QU Fit Fam
  • QU Golf
  • QU Hiking Club
  • QU Snow
  • The Quinnipiac Running Club
  • Quinnipiac Dance Club
  • Quinnipiac University Sailing Club

Political and Advocacy Groups

Political and advocacy groups

Learn how you can influence the larger processes of government and social change. Whether you consider yourself conservative or liberal—or you're still deciding—Quinnipiac offers many opportunities to voice your opinion and explore social issues.

  • Global Affairs Association
  • Mock Trial Association
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
  • Paws and People
  • Quinnipiac University Democrats
  • Quinnipiac University Republicans
  • Quinnipiac Young Americans for Liberty
  • QU Eats
  • Society, Life, and Justice Club
  • Student Veteran Organization (SVO)
  • Students for Environmental Action
  • Students in Philosophical Hypothesis in Academia (SOPHIA)
  • Women Empowered

Service Groups

Service groups

Volunteer to work on a food drive, build a house for someone in need and more. You'll find plenty of opportunities to make a difference through one of our many community-service organizations.

  • Alpha Phi Omega
  • Bobcats for a Cure
  • Bobcats in the Community
  • Community Action Project (CAP)
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Hand Prints for Sunshine
  • Old Friends and New
  • Quinnipiac's Big Event
  • Quinnipiac University Service Learning Applications of Technology and Engineering (QU SLATE)
  • Relay For Life
  • Rotaract Club
  • Stitch it Forward
  • Women in Support of Humanity (WISH)