One of the goals of student organizations is to provide a sense of community—a shared space to get to know one another by exploring your passions with fellow students, faculty and staff.


Take a further dive into your academic interests by exploring academic student organizations. These experiences allow students to better understand their future professions through meetings with student organization advisors, access to professional conferences, inside tracks to internships, or hands-on experience within their field. 

St. Thomas of Villanova dedicated his life to advocating and serving those in need. Villanova has a multitude of service and advocacy opportunities for students to learn and work with others continuing this mission. Learn more about Service and Advocacy Organizations by emailing us.

Campus Recreation—club sports, intramural sports, and campus fitness—provide students with a more sustained and competitive environment and tryouts take place at various times during the academic year. Learn more about Campus Recreation opportunities by emailing us

Become involved with one of the many cultural and identity-based student organizations to share and experience community with others. Learn more about Cultural and Identity-Based Organizations by emailing us

Fraternities and sororities have been active members of the Villanova community for more than 100 years with missions that seek to evoke leadership qualities in members through engagement in academic, service, philanthropic, and social initiatives. Learn more about Fraternity and Sorority Life by emailing us

To get the most out of your graduate school experience, choose to get involved with one or more activities outside of the classroom. Learn more about Graduate Student Organizations by emailing us

Learn more about student media organizations at Villanova, including groups such as WXVU (student radio), VTV (television), the Belle Air Yearbook, VUTC (tech crew), and The Villanovan (student newspaper). Learn more about Media Organizations by emailing us

Students and members from Student Performing Arts operate a majority of the music and theatre activities at Villanova. Learn more about Villanova Student Theater, Villanova Student Musical Theater, or Stage Crew by emailing us.

Join a student organization that directly impacts the mission of Villanova offices and departments on campus. Hear from student organizations such as the Blue Key Society, Office of Intercultural Affairs Ambassadors, Inter-Hall Council, the McNulty Institute Ambassadors, the Student Sustainability Committee, and Bridge Society. Learn more about Office Ambassadors by emailing us

Students may join a variety of organizations that sponsor prayer, study, and social activities on campus. Seekers of all faiths, as well as those outside the bounds of traditional religious belonging, are invited to explore questions of truth and meaning. Learn more about Religious and Spiritual Organizations by emailing us

Villanova means "New Home." Start the journey in finding your new home on campus by exploring the many options of student interest organizations on campus. Learn more about Student Interest Groups by emailing us

Office of Student Involvement
102 Dougherty Hall

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Student Involvement Fairs

In the Fall and Spring semesters, the Office of Student Involvement holds Student Involvement Fairs to help undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty and staff find extracurricular activities that enable them to find their interests and pursue their passions.

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