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Sustainability clubs and organizations

Sustainability clubs and organizations

Sustainability clubs and organizations

Sustainability student clubs and organizations


The School encourages its students to get involved on campus and in the community by joining one (or more) of the 500+ clubs and student organizations at ASU.

Participating in a club at ASU offers students the opportunity to meet new people, gain leadership experience, participate in community service, and enhance their overall experience at ASU.

Student Organization Resource Center (SORC) — There are many opportunities to become involved in campus life at Arizona State University. With over 1,000 student organizations, located on each of the four campuses, Arizona State provides an opportunity for each and every student to become involved.

Honor Society for Sustainability (HSS)
— The Alpha Chapter of the HSS fosters a network of sustainability scholars from across the campus to the workforce to promote sustainable principles and empower others for success.

School of Sustainability College Council
— The SOS College Council is a peer-elected group of School of Sustainability students focused on uniting fellow students to promote the social, academic, cultural, and professional interests of the sustainability community.

Sustainability clubs at ASU

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Browse a comprehensive list of clubs and organizations at ASU representing academic and non-academic student interests.

Visit our Student Center

Renovated with a SIRF grant, the Sustainability Student Center is located in the lower level of the Matthews Center. This center provides a meeting area for student organizations, workshops and presentations, or it can be a quiet place to study between classes.

The center is open Monday through Friday between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

To view our calendar of events please visit the
Sustainability Student Center website .

Resources Provided to Student Clubs and Organizations at ASU

The SORC provides support and resources to officially established clubs, including:

  • Workshops: topics include event planning, fundraising and money management, leadership, and professional development
  • Free copies and posters
  • Equipment rental
  • Mailboxes
  • Funding options
  • University facility use
  • Use of outdoor lawn/mall spaces
  • Website and email accounts
  • Ability to reserve the SOS Student Center