Joining a student organization is one of the best ways to connect with your fellow design and the arts students through our creative and performing arts organizations, or based on another interest you may have! Student organizations have a lot to offer. Whether you join as a member or choose to lead one, simply taking part in a student organization will enhance your school experience. Gaining skills, making connections, and broadening your knowledge through a student organization will help you become a more well-rounded individual — one that’s ready to take on their future career!
There are nearly 150 creative and performing arts student organizations ranging from Clay Club to the Film Association.
Want to learn more about these organizations?
Check out the Sun Devil Sync website! You can find the student contact for each organization on Sun Devil Sync, contact them to learn more about how to become involved in the organization you’re interested in! We also host a Creative and Performing Arts Fair in the third week of the fall semester and spring semester. Keep an eye on your email for the event details. ASU also holds events where you can learn more about each organization, such as Passport to ASU.
Can’t find the organization you’re looking for?
You can always create a student organization! Check out this website to learn more. Make sure you have at least two other students who can join your organization and a faculty or staff member who can serve as an advisor. Connect with our staff at the bottom of the page if you need help finding an advisor.
Resources for current student organization leaders
Are you involved in or manage a student organization as a student?
Make sure you learn all the responsibilities on the manage your student organization page. Here you can learn more about organizing events, how to access funding, and reregistering your student organization which occurs annually.