Students Get Involved on Campus at Annual Fall Club Fair
By: Megan Castaldi
The Dionne Green was lined with tables Aug. 26 for Scranton’s annual Fall Club Fair.
With over 80 clubs and organizations on campus, it is easy to find something that interests you.
“It was exciting to hear from people who loved what they’re doing on campus so much that they wanted to spread that passion to others,” said Amy Kaiser, a first-year student.
There was nothing but high energy and enthusiasm from leadership and members of clubs as you walked down the green. This, along with the music being played by the students at the Praise and Worship table, created an exciting environment. Some tables were even giving away items that represented their clubs.
“This campus also gives away a lot of free stuff. It’s awesome!” Kaiser exclaimed.
The University of Scranton has clubs ranging from the Urban Beats dance crew to the Pre-Law Society to Photography! If there is something you are passionate about, there is most likely a club for you here. The wide variety of assorted clubs and organizations makes getting involved, both on and off campus, easy for students.
There is even Scranton RAKS: Random Acts of Kindness club!
“We do service projects on campus and in the community and just try to promote general happiness and make people feel good,” said Emily Carr, a sophomore.
For more about clubs and organizations, visit clubs.scranton.edu.