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Student Organizations at MUSC

Whether you’re looking to fulfill a passion or special interest, or join the conversation to learn about yourself and others, MUSC has a vibrant array of over 80 student organizations, affinity, and interest groups. Getting involved with student organizations is a great way to grow your interest in an interprofessional environment.

The office of Student Programs and Student Diversity offers advising, support, and resources to all student groups on campus. Explore the different groups and organizations by visiting the links below. Don’t see what you are looking for? Learn how to start a new student organization today.

SGA/SPSD Equipment Check-Out Request

Registered student organizations are eligible to check out equipment through Student Government Association/ Student Programs and Student Diversity check out request form.  All requests are subject to availability.  For more information, contact 843-792-2693.

Student Organization Manual

Students, advisors, and others affiliated with a recognized student organization must comply with all MUSC policies as well as federal, state, and local laws and regulations.  Receiving recognition status does not indicate the University's endorsement of the merits of an organization's mission, purpose, or activity.  The Manual for Student Organizations complies policies, guidelines, and resources relevant to Recognized Student Organizations. All students and organizations will be accountable for the policies included herein and any policies in the individual college handbooks and departmental publications.  Students are encouraged to access this manual as well as college information for complete policy definitions and guidelines in original policy documents.  This manual will be updated as necessary.

Student Organization Manual (PDF)