Since the earliest days of Princeton University, student organizations have provided students with the opportunities to put their ideas into action. These groups provide ample opportunities for students to assume an active and progressive role in shaping their social environment. We encourage students to complement their intellectual pursuits with self-directed programs that provide a bridge between their academic and extracurricular experiences.
In light of this, we work to create an environment that respects the many traditions of groups established over a century ago while simultaneously encouraging new groups to form and find foothold in the current University landscape.
Review the information on this site that provides advice, procedures, and policies related to all student organizations registered with ODUS and other offices on campus. Take a look at the list of organizations to learn more about the groups currently registered with Campus Recreation, ODUS, the Office of Religious Life, and the Pace Center for Civic Engagement. If you're unable to find one that expresses your interests, consider registering a new group.