Student Groups

The University of Minnesota has more than 700 student groups at its Twin Cities campus. From anime to zombies, student groups have a wide variety of interests and activities. The second floor of Coffman Union houses several student groups.
Jan. 27, 2015
The Solar Vehicle Project’s leader, Stephanie Wilson, is the first female to head the group in at least a decade.
Dec. 09, 2014
Sophomore Nick Wilson serves nearly 450,000 students as the legislative affairs director of an advocacy group.
Dec. 03, 2014
The resolution maps out the group’s partnerships and plans for the spring.
  • Morgan Wolfe
Dec. 02, 2014
After a busy midterm election, some political student groups are preparing for next semester.
  • Liz Anderson
Dec. 02, 2014
A nonprofit, student-led group redesigns bedrooms for kids who are critically ill for free.
Dec. 02, 2014
The sorority Sigma Psi Zeta officially joins seven other multicultural greek organizations on campus.
Dec. 02, 2014
Damien Carrière called another student group leader a “pro-war activist” in emails.
Nov. 25, 2014
Women of Asia discussed the concern of relationship violence at the University with campus leaders on Friday.
Nov. 25, 2014
Asian-interest sorority Sigma Psi Zeta announced its campus arrival.
  • Logan Wroge
Nov. 20, 2014
Represent.Us wants to reform laws regarding political donors and contributions in Minnesota.
Nov. 19, 2014
The organization just created a committee to review how its paid members are performing.
Nov. 18, 2014
The Slackline Club says the University has shut down its on-campus meetings several times, but the group is still growing.
  • Liz Anderson
Nov. 17, 2014
The Roosevelt Institute gives students an opportunity to draft policies on University and area issues.
Nov. 13, 2014
De-Stress is part of a larger University effort to prevent students’ mental health issues before they fester.
Nov. 12, 2014
An investigation of the group’s finances is ongoing, but it will now get $70K in student fees.


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