Getting Involved

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Get Involved with Campus Activities, Clubs, and Organizations

Over 50 clubs and organizations provide ways to meet people and spend your time outside of classes meaningfully.

Clubs & Organizations


UVa-Wise offers dozens of different clubs and organizations for students to get involved with. From academic honor societies and the campus newspaper to Club Volleyball and Student Government Association (SGA), the opportunities for involvement are endless. No matter what your interests, tastes, or passions, there’s something for everyone to enjoy and grow from.

Greek Life

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UVa-Wise is home to local chapters of seven different international fraternities and sororities. Greek life gives students the opportunity to make new friends, gain student leadership experience, get involved with on and off-campus service and volunteer opportunities, and more!

Student Leadership

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UVa-Wise offers a wide range of student leadership opportunities—both on and off-campus. These campus organizations and events help students get involved and develop critical leadership skills that provide long-lasting benefits, throughout the college years and beyond. Check out the resources below for information about interning on campus, starting a new organization, leading an expedition, or applying for a student leadership award.

Intramural Sports & Outdoor Recreation

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UVa-Wise’s intramural sports teams are a way for students to meet people and stay active while engaging in a little friendly competition. With over a dozen sports to choose from, including volleyball, flag football, soccer, and more, you’re sure to make new friends and have fun.

As a college surrounded by a plethora of mountains, valleys, waterfalls, and more, our students have the unique opportunity to experience the great outdoors in a whole new way. UVa-Wise hosts a variety of outdoor recreation events and opportunities, from hiking and fishing to rock climbing and camping.

And remember, you don’t have to be an expert athlete to be active. Join an intramural sport or outdoor recreation event, where individuals of all skill levels are welcome!

Contact a member of the Student Activities & Campus Recreation Department to learn more about getting involved!


Julie Scott, Director of the C. Bascom Slemp Student Center – 276.376.1000
Mikaela Logan, Assistant Director of Intramural Sports & Recreation – 276.376.3430
Nathan Rasnake, Assistant Director of Student Activities & Greek Life – 276.376.4651