Participation in campus organizations builds confidence, interpersonal skills and leadership. By taking part, you'll gain skills and make connections that transfer into careers or passions.
You could sponsor new social events as a member of the Student Programming Board. Maybe you'll perform with the Bryant Players theatre group or The Bottom Line acapella ensemble. Perhaps you'll host your own show on WJMF Bryant radio.
Connect with professors and fellow students in your areas of study by joining an academic club. Get to know the Rhode Island community through a service organization or event. Build leadership skills advocating for fellow students through Student Government or the Multicultural Student Union. Test your entrepreneurial spirit with the Collegiate Entrepreneur's Organization or get active with some of the many sports and recreation-based organizations.
Bryant is home to a vibrant Greek Life community. Greek Life is a great way to intensify your educational and community involvement with the support and camaraderie of a close group.
Are you athletic? Perhaps you'll compete on one of our NCAA Division I athletics teams or a club or recreational sport. More of a fan? Join the Pep Band, or interview your favorite Bulldog for the next issue of The Archway.
Whether you sharpen your debating skills or volunteer at our Pride Center, you'll discover and hone the facets of yourself that will lead toward your brightest future. Our constantly growing number of student organizations ensures there is always something happening on campus.