At DU, students can choose from more than 100 clubs that can engage their passions, connect them with their community and promote their well-being.
In addition to dozens of Greek organizations, club sports and department-affiliated clubs, registered student organizations—established and managed by students—cover everything from knitting and Dungeons & Dragons to jet engines and mock trials. Here’s a taste of some of the fastest growing and most active clubs on campus:
DU Radio Station
New in the 2022–2023 academic year, DU Radio Station already has more than 100 members and aims to expose the DU community to new music and dialogues about important topics.
Fashion & Sewing Club
Since its inception in fall 2021, this club has grown from 10 members to more than 200. It offers fashion fanatics of all skill levels a place to grow their skills, explore their creativity and connect with fellow fashion lovers.
The Neurodiversity Resource Group
Established in 2020–2021 and recognized as an affinity group, this club aims to break down the stigma surrounding students with learning differences. Open to all students, members advocate for neurodiverse students, create programming for students, faculty and staff, and offer a welcoming environment for neurodiverse students to connect.
Society of Physics Students (SPS)
SPS brings together undergraduate physicists, scientists and curious individuals to discuss physics and dabble in fun experiments. They actively interact with K-12 students to demonstrate physics and get young people excited about science and how the world works.
Undergraduate Women in Business (WiB)
One of the most active clubs on campus, WiB’s motto is “empowering the next generation of businesswomen.” Members hear from guest speakers and participate in professional development opportunities that increase their communication and leadership skills.
Learn more about student clubs at crimsonconnect.du.edu.