GROUPS & CLUBS
No matter your interests, there are groups and clubs all over campus to connect with other students and share your passion. Some of the groups and clubs specific to graduate students are listed below. Additional UO groups and clubs can be found on Orgsync.
Rehearsals for Life is made up of graduate students who use experiences to inspire performances and discuss issues of power and privilege. Ultimately, they work to build healthier relationships and a more equitable campus.
GrEBES seeks to enhance the academic experiences of Ecology and Evolution graduate students at the UO. To do so, they provide mentorship, seminars, financial aid, community service opportunities and more.
The Oregon MBA Student Association seeks to provide a voice for MBA students in the Lundquist College of Business and connect students from the four Centers of Excellence and various years together in meaningful ways.
A multi-ethnic, multi-disciplinary, interdenominational community of Christian graduate students. Join the GCF for weekly meetings that include food, fellowship, and Bible study.
GSA strives to continually improve the graduate student experience by providing programs, educational opportunities, enrichment activities, and information resources that benefit students academically, professionally, and socially.
The Association of Anthropology Graduate Students (AAGS) is the representative body for the graduate students in Anthropology. AAGS provides support and professional development opportunities for students.
The Romance Languages Graduate Student Association (RLGSA) is the body responsible for representing and advocating for the interests of the graduate students in the Department of Romance Languages.
The Comparative Literature Graduate Student Association supports and advances scholarly and professional rigor within the student community and between students and faculty.
The Women in Graduate Science (UOWGS) organization focuses on the professional development of female graduate students in all disciplines of science to enable them to become successful contributors to their fields.
The Graduate Linguists of Oregon Student Society (GLOSS) provides students and community members with many opportunities for academic, professional and social development through various activities.
The Society of Physics Graduate Students is a department-sponsored group whose membership includes the graduate student body of the physics department. They host frequent events as well as weekly seminars and speakers.
The Latino/a Law Student Association is committed to providing a forum for cultural exchange and the advancement of a diverse legal professional field. As a result, they provide relevant resources, events, and more.