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Clubs and Greeks

There are more than 100 student-run clubs and organizations on campus, from service groups to substance-free programming to science-fiction aficionados to three fraternities and three sororities. If you can’t find something in those myriad of options, however, you can start a club of your own—and even get funding from Student Engagement and Leadership.

Campus clubs and groups provide entertainment, education, and all kinds of programming running the gamut from parties to organizing political action. Join one, start one, or govern how the funds are flowing by representing your hall’s floor or your club in Beloit Student Congress, the student governing body. The options are endless.

Academic Team
Anthropology Club
Arabic Language Association
Arabic Language Association
Art Club
Ballroom Dance Club
Ballroom Team /BBDT
Beloit Boating Club (BBC)
Beloit College Democrats
Beloit College Martial Arts Club
Beloit SAAC
Beloit Science Fiction Fantasy Association (BSFFA)
Black Students United (BSU)
Ceramics Club
Chinese Club
Fencing Club
Film Commission
French Club
GEM Girls Empowerment Through Mentoring
Geology Club
German Club
Habitat for Humanity
Horror Club
Interfaith Club
International Club
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
Japan Club
Model UN
Music Club
Non-Traditional Students Club
OEC (Outdoor Environmental Club)
Pagan Fellowship
Peace and Justice
Pocket Lint
Round Table
Russian Club
Slow Food
Spanish Club
SPIEL - Substance Free Programming and Innovative Entertainment League
Technical Theater Club
Ultimate Frisbee (BUFF)
Voces Latinas
Womens Center
Yoga Club

Current students can access the latest Beloit Student Congress listing on the B-Link site.