Sacred Heart University offers over 60 student-run clubs and organizations to all undergraduates on campus. These clubs present students with opportunities to meet fellow students who share similar interests, to connect with faculty and staff outside of the classroom, and to become more connected to the Sacred Heart community. These groups hold weekly, sometimes bi-weekly meetings, and they focus on making an impact on the campus related to their club's purpose. 


Accounting Club

American Chemical Society | ACS

American Medical Student Association

American Sign Language Club

Biology Club

Business Administration Club

Education Club

English Club

Exercise Science Club

Fashion Club

Finance and Economics Club

Health Science Club

History Club

Math Club

National Student Speech Language Hearing Association | NSSLHA

Pre-Law Club

Pre-Occupational Therapy Club

Pre-Physical Therapy Club

Pre-Physician Assistant Club

Pre-Veterinary Club

Social Work Club

Student Athletic Training Organization | SATO

Student Nurses Association | SNA


Student Government Executive Board

Student Events Team | SET

Student Government Senate

Council of Clubs and Organizations | CCO

Class Boards


Black Student Union

Italian Club

La Hispanidad

Multicultural Council




Film Club

Her Campus

SPECTRUM | Newspaper

The Pulse

WHRT | Radio



College Democrats

Gender Sexuality Alliance | GSA

Love Your Melon

Residence Hall Association

Rock Music Club

Student Events Team | SET

Turning Point USA


Are You Autism Aware? | AYAA

Best Buddies


C2R Ministry Organization

Green SHUs

Habitat for Humanity

Hearts United | United by Love, Divided by Duty

Ivory Ella

Lighthouse Christian Community

To Write Love on Her Arms










Interested in Starting a New Club?

*Please Note: Starting a new club is only available to students who have completed at least one semester at SHU. First Year Students will need to wait until their second semester to begin the process. For more information regarding the steps to follow, please refer to the Club & Organization Resource Guide (pages 7-9, Privileges of Recognition). This guide can be found by selecting the Resources Tab on the left of this page and then selecting Resource Guide. 

If you are have completed at least one semester at SHU and are interested in learning more about starting a club, please stop by the Student Activities Office located upstairs to the left in Hawley Lounge. You can speak with Connie Cuccurese (Student Activities Graduate Assistant). She will explain the process and give you a New Club Application to be completed and turned in for review.

Have questions? Need more information?

Maisy Carvalho
Vice President of Student Government for the Council of Clubs & Organizations