BYU Student Clubs and Club Night

BYUSA Clubs provide opportunities that will engage students and develop leadership skills, add meaningful contributions to campus life, and provide both a sense of belonging and a commitment to future service.

These clubs are student-run organizations that range from genres such as Athletic/Recreational, Music/Dance, Service, Cultural, Religion/Family, Social, and Special Interests including everything from Rubik’s Cubes to Disney to World Literacy.

The first opportunity to be exposed to the wide variety of clubs will be our “Involvapalooza” event held on September 14th from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm on Brigham Square. Each club will be represented at a booth, and students will have an opportunity to interact with club members and get an idea for what they might be interested in.

BYUSA also hosts “Clubs Night” every Tuesday (Fall and Winter semesters only) from 7:00-10:00pm where clubs meet throughout the Wilkinson Center for their weekly activities.

BYU invites students to explore the nearly 100 BYUSA Clubs that we have to offer. We are confident that there is something that will interest them and give them a community here on campus. If, in the rare case that there isn’t a club that meets your student’s interest, we encourage them to visit with us and start a new student organization.  

For more information, please visit our website at clubs.byu.edu or stop by 3400 WSC.

Charlotte Shurtz works in the SAAS Executive Director’s Office and is the Parent Newsletter Editor.

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