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Student Activities

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, recognizes that academic excellence is the foremost priority for students. What is learned from participation in extracurricular activities, however, is important and often as lasting. The university possesses one of the largest student activities programs in the Northeast, with approximately four hundred student organizations and clubs existing on the campuses. Together, these groups represent virtually every point on the social, recreational, cultural, and educational spectra. In addition to club activities, a diversified program of concerts, lectures, films, productionsin the performing arts, and many other events is available throughout the academic year and the summer.

By participating in a service organization, striving with a team in a sports club, experiencing the closeness of a fraternity or sorority, exercising leadership in student government, or joining together with others who have similar interests or backgrounds, students can grow closer to realizing their potential. The myriad groups that exist at Rutgers present an invaluable, exciting opportunity.


 
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