Interested in volunteer work or entrepreneurial pursuits? Want to show off your Samba skills or explore on your mountain bike? At Cornell, there’s a club, activity or group where you can meet people who share your interests. You’ll have the opportunity to study what you like, while also pursuing your other passions (and you'll make new friends in the process!).
There are more than 1,000 student organizations on campus, with a club, program, activity, or group on nearly every topic imaginable. The options run the gamut, from microfinance to roller hockey, from cheese production to snowboarding. Search the complete list of organizations or check out our Student Leadership, Campus and Community Engagement Office for the full scoop on all student activities.
Cornell has a vibrant Greek community, with more than 64 fraternities and sororities on campus. Our Greek organizations take great pride in enhancing their community and enriching their members’ college experiences.
Community Engagement Opportunities
Imagine joining a student group, class or research program that’s making a positive social change on campus, in our community and throughout the world. Cornell’s David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement supports students who are collaborating with communities to create a more just and equitable world.