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Discover student organizations at Stanford, learn how to create a new group, become a class president, and find out more about the Fraternity and Sorority experience.

Graduate student Magdalena Gross, an instructor with the local Mural Music and Arts Project, worked on a graffiti mural with Isiah Phillips, a Foothill College student, at An Art Affair in White Plaza. Credit Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

Public List of Student Organizations

Access a list of over 650 current and recently active university recognized voluntary student organizations (VSOs), via Cardinal Engage. All organizations are registered with the Office of Student Engagement (OSE). Note: For recognized fraternities and sororities see Fraternity and Sorority Life

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Fraternity & Sorority Life

Stanford's Fraternity and Sorority communities offer a vibrant and diverse experience that is as old as the founding of the university. We invite you to explore the information we have for prospective and current members, community leaders, alumni, parents and family, and friends of the community. 

Admit Weekend. On Thursday afternoon, admits meet in Frost Amphitheater for the ProFro Pick Up Party. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

Class Presidents

Each class slate works closely with a University assigned advisor. Class Presidents are expected to meet with their assigned advisors on a regular basis. Sophomores and juniors work with Office of Student Engagement staff and the seniors work with the Stanford Alumni Association. All are expected to cultivate close working relationships with other University staff including those from the Undergraduate Advising, Career Development, Vaden Health Promotion, Campus Recreation, Office of Development, VPSA and VPUE.

Start a New Student Organization

It is our deepest desire to set our student leaders, as well as current and future groups up for success. We remain committed to finding ways to support engagement for all students. You can always find ways to connect with one of our 700+ student organizations here. 

Student Engagement Fair. Credit: Unknown

Framework for Non-Student Involvement in Voluntary Student Organizations

Student organizations have long sought the counsel and expertise of various non-student advisors, instructors, coaches, and community members (“non-students”). Involvement in Voluntary Student Organizations is a privilege afforded on the expectation that certain expectations are met.

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