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Student Clubs & Organizations

Join a Student Organization! An important part of your educational journey lies in student organizational involvement.

Educational research shows that students who join a club or otherwise get involved in campus life, tend to succeed in their studies. Plus, meaningful involvement in extracurricular activities can give you the needed edge when competing for jobs and scholarships.

Here are some reasons to join a student organization during your college career here at Richland.

  • College & Community Networking
  • Development of Social Skills/Personality Development
  • Professional Experiences/Resume Building
  • Leadership Skill Development
  • Service Learning/Community Building Opportunities
  • Potential Alumni Connections
  • Organizational Management Experience
  • It's FUN! Participating in student organizations can lead to lifelong friendships and experiences

Interested in Starting a New Student Club or Organization?

Here at Richland, we have over 35 student organizations for you to choose from.

If an organization, club, or interest group is not on campus, please come to the Office of Student Life (E-040) and we will help you bring it to campus! The following documents are to assist you with planning and implementing a successful student club/organization at Richland College.

*Each semester returning student clubs and organizations have to register with the Office of Student Life (E-040).