Find an Organization
With over 800 student clubs and organizations, getting involved can be fun, easy, and a transformational way to make the most of your Carolina experience. Whether it’s competing in a sport club, joining a fraternity or sorority, focusing on cultural awareness, volunteering through community service, or taking up a new hobby, there is something for every Tar Heel to enjoy! Check out UNC-CH's registered student organizations (RSOs) via HeelLife. If you do not find the perfect fit, the Office of Student Life & Leadership will help you start your own student organization.
Individual students and student organizations can use the site to maximize the student activities and involvement experience. Here you can find all of the registered organizations on campus, as well as upcoming organization events, your co-curricular transcript, and vital campus links. At its core, Heel Life is about connecting with other students through organizations and getting involved at UNC. It inspires students to stay involved. Visit today: https://heellife.unc.edu/
How To Get Involved with a Student Organization
Want to get involved in a current registered student organization (RSO)? Log into heellife.unc.edu for a searchable database of student organizations, as well as a calendar of upcoming events. The SLL Student Organizations Staff encourages you to reflect upon the following questions to help guide your involvement:
What are your goals for your college experience? What do you hope to get out of your time at Carolina? These are great questions to think about as you seek involvement opportunities!
Answering these questions for yourself will help you think about what opportunities you want to pursue:
- Do I want to explore something new?
- What am I looking for in an organization or activity?
- Do I want to work on something I believe in?
- Should I be in a group that relates to my major or career interest?
- Do I primarily want to make new friends?
- How much time do I have for an organization?
- Can I manage any financial obligations?
Can't find the information you need here? For additional information or assistance, stop by the Office of Student Life & Leadership or contact us.