USU Eastern sponsors student-run clubs and organizations. Clubs on campus range to anything from the outdoors recreation club to religious clubs to multicultural clubs. If you don't find a club that interests you, or if you have an idea for an additional club, it is easy to start a new one. Now is a great time to start, or continue a legacy that will carry on through the future of USU Eastern. Through clubs, new activities and experiences will open up to all students on and off-campus, this will help us make a campus where students feel connected and involved. The best part is if there isn't a club that interests you, you have the ability to start your own club! So don't hesitate to start or join a club, find something you're interested in and get others involved.
Join A Club
Joining a club is easy. There are clubs on campus to fit almost all interests. See the links below to find out more about each club.
Start A Club
It's easy! All you need is an advisor, a contract, a constitution, and at least three members. After you get that all together, make sure the documents get to the ESA clubs representative so that your club can receive its official status.
For more information on clubs you can contact the current ESA Clubs Representative Lexi Blackham through email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 435.613.5553 or through text at 435.896.7197.
Find A Club By Category
Academic & Political
Psychology, Pre-Health, & Business Club
Ethnic & Cultural
Service & Social Awareness
Includes SUN Center.
Anything else you could possibly think of.