Arguably one of the best parts of going to college and living on campus is having access to so many campus life programs and student activities. They’re a great way to meet new friends, explore something new, and possibly even help the community. In addition to being a resume and character builder, many student activity programs even find ways to honor their members on graduation day!
If you can think of it, it’s probably already a campus organization, and if not, you can create it! The possibilities are endless. Popular student life organizations include:
- Academic clubs
- Art clubs
- Community service organizations
- Media/publications clubs
- Political organizations/Student Government
- Sporting groups/teams
- Multicultural clubs
- Religious/spiritual organizations
- Student activities clubs
Each campus program is unique and thrives on the participation of students. Some are very campus-specific, while others are chapters of much larger national organizations. Habitat for Humanity, for example, is a large organization with many chapters on college campuses around the country committed to helping the local community. The Hasty Pudding Club, on the other hand, is a famous theater club specific to only Harvard University.
Many campus organizations choose to honor their club participants on graduation day with cords corresponding with their colors, special medallions, pins, and stoles. They’re a great way to showcase the students’ dedication to a campus activity and the contribution they made to the college community.
As a reminder, our team continues to operate with a modified business solution, complete with remote and isolated order processing locations. Our goal is to safely deliver honor and recognition gear to schools and institutions to have ready for their students once graduation dates have been reworked. We understand the importance of graduation regalia and what it means to students and faculty and want graduates to mark their accomplishments in a way in which they deserve.
Are you a part of a campus club/organization? We’d love to hear about it in the comments!