Office of Student Activities

What We Do

Student Activities is committed to creating a campus culture that is engaging and full of opportunities for our students to feel like they belong.

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We know that when students feel they belong; when they see themselves and their interests reflected in programming, and can connect with their peers, they are more likely to make it to graduation.  

We're Here For You.

There are many ways to be involved, its just about finding the right fit. Maybe you’re looking for a lifelong camaraderie in Greek Life, or to align yourself more deeply with an affinity through a student organization, you can find national networks that have the potential to propel your career, or attend any one of our many programs, events and talks. However our students choose to get involved, we know its now always a clear path and we’re here to support.  

Don’t know where to start? Every semester student organizations host an Involvement Fair/Activities Day during one Wednesday, Free Period (12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.) where students can meet organizations, get information and collect free giveaways.  

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Student Organizations

Student organizations provide endless leadership and networking opportunities to create a more well-rounded co-curricular experience.

Student Community Government

Student Community Government

The governing body of the students at Rhode Island College, the Student Community Government addresses various issues affecting students, provides leadership opportunities for those involved and a resource for student organizations throughout campus.  

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Student Leadership

Student leadership focuses on three areas for student engagement: volunteerism, student activism, and leadership opportunities.  

Greek Life Student Leaders

Greek Life

Greek Life at Rhode Island College is dedicated to enhancing student development and overall collegiate experience of its fraternity and sorority members. 

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