Be Part of a Group
CSUSB is home to more than 100 student clubs and organizations that offer a wide range of roles and responsibilities to accommodate a variety of interests and talents. Academic, cultural, religious, service and political organizations are just a few examples of the types of clubs open to students.
Each of the 16 fraternities and sororities at CSUSB contributes to campus life, helps the surrounding community and assists in the development of leadership skills for its members. Greek organizations are rich with tradition, and members are often known for their involvement in philanthropic endeavors. In addition to the fraternities and sororities on campus, governing councils and Greek honor societies exist to foster relationships between the organizations and to set high scholarship standards.
Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) provides a setting in which leadership skills are developed. Campus-wide elections determine student body leaders who set ASI policy, interact with campus senior management, and voice student issues and concerns to the faculty and administration.