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Get involved

Student Clubs

Pursue Your Interests

With dozens of student clubs available, students in the College of Arts and Sciences have a wide variety of options to suit their interests. For almost everyone it’s easy to find a club—and equally passionate peers—to build lifelong friendships with throughout your undergraduate career.

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Make a difference

How to Get Involved

It is easy. St. Thomas hosts an Activities Fair twice per year to showcase the different clubs around the university. If you cannot find a club that matches your interests, don’t worry—you can start your own.

Campus Life

“Clubs and organizations are an integral part of student life at St. Thomas. They exist to provide you with an opportunity to continue your education of the classroom.”

Campus Life

Clubs in the College

Here are just a few examples of the different clubs you can join in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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Economics Club

The Economics Club offers a range of services to economics students and broadens understanding of the structure of operation of the economic system.

Economics Club
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Film Society

Film Society members create original short films and provides an environment where people can create movies together for the St. Thomas community.

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Foreign Affairs Club

The Foreign Affairs Club is a club for debate and public speaking on foreign policy and international issues. It also includes a Model UN team.

Foreign Affairs Club
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Geology Club

The Geology Club strives to promote interest and understanding of geology and related earth sciences within the St. Thomas community.

Geology Club
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KUST Radio

KUST Radio is an experiential learning environment that allows students to use their creativity to produce quality programming with diverse viewpoints.

KUST Radio
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Gamma Iota Sigma

Gamma Iota Sigma is an international business fraternity specializing in insurance, risk management and actuarial science—the only one of its kind.

Gamma Iota Sigma

How to get involved

It’s easy to get involved at St. Thomas. In addition to its bi-annual Activities Fair, we have TommieLink to help students find and start their own clubs. TommieLink is home to club events and contact information so students can easily find a club that matches their interests.