Campus Life

The University of Southern California boasts one of the most dynamic and talented student populations in the United States. Through more than 750 clubs and organizations; intramural, club and Division I sports; Greek life; student government; and arts and cultural events, USC students challenge each other outside the classroom as well in it. Whether they are looking to expand their academic or professional knowledge, pursue an interest, test their leadership skills, or simply have fun, all students can find their niches at USC.

In this section:

Student Organizations

With over 850 student organizations at USC, it is helpful to identify what type of organization you are interested in joining.

Arts & Culture

The arts are for everyone; the humanities are for everyone. Regardless of your major, the arts and humanities will inspire you, enrich your education, and help make the world whole again. Check out our Visions and Voices programs.

Campus Activities

The Office of Campus Activities believes the unique Trojan experience is enhanced by activities and programs outside of the classroom. Our role is to provide a link between students’ classroom experiences to activities beyond the classroom.

Undergraduate Student Government

The USC Undergraduate Student Government is the official governing body of the nearly 16,500 undergraduates at USC. It exists to represent the interests of the students to the administration on campus issues.

Community Service

Working with our neighbors to build a strong community.

Cultural Organizations

USC Cultural Student Organizations

Greek Life

With over 3,500 members and over 60 chapters organized in six councils, we hope that you will find the greek community at the University of Southern California a community that has espoused integrity, tradition, honor and character for over 120 years.

Trojan Athletics

Southern California Trojans.

Religious Life

Fostering a vibrant university community of spiritual reflection and free inquiry.


Rec Sports presents a wide variety of programs including intramurals, club sports, martial arts (both classes in specific styles and clubs for competition), officials/referees training and employment, and alumni programs (intramurals and certain club sports).