More than 100 student-run organizations thrive on Bryant's campus. You won't just have fun exploring the things you care about and make friends—you'll enrich your education.
Participation in campus organizations builds confidence, interpersonal skills and leadership.
You might join an academic club to get to know fellow students studying your major, or give back to the community through a service organization or event.
Greek life is a great way to intensify your educational and community involvement with the support and camaraderie of a close group. Or build your leadership skills while bringing students together through Student Senate or our Multicultural Student Union.
Compete on one of our NCAA Division I athletics teams, or cheer them on in Pep Band. Perform with the Bryant Players, or interview them for our next issue of The Archway.
Whether you brush off your debate skills or volunteer at our Pride Center, you’ll discover and hone the facets of yourself that will lead you toward your brightest future.
The Office of Campus Engagement strives to create an inclusive, community atmosphere that fosters personal and professional growth through leadership, programming, service opportunities and new student programs.
The Fisher Student Center is the hub of campus activity. It's home to a number of student organizations, as well as the Office of Campus Engagement, Intercultural Center, Women’s Center, Pride Center, Campus Ministry Office, and the University Bookstore.
If you're looking for a cup of coffee or a bite to eat, Fisher Student Center also houses Dunkin' Donuts, Subway, Scoop Convenience Store and Nick's Place.
We also offer Delta Sigma Pi, the co-ed fraternity for men and women in business.
Each year, many students pledge their time and effort to a variety of events that give back to our community:
Experience the flavor and camaraderie of various cultures through:
Greek Life provides leadership, philanthropic, and service opportunities to students whose GPAs qualify. Bryant’s Greek organizations use a deferred recruitment system, meaning that first-year students must wait until their second semester to pledge or accept a bid from a fraternity or sorority.
Managing groups include:
Influence day-to-day student life by getting involved in:
For good-natured competition and exercise, join one of our many non-varsity sports activities including:
Are you more of a fan than an athlete? Show off your Bulldog spirit by being a part of the Dawg Pound.
Whether you prefer to be in front of the audience or behind the scenes, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to inform and entertain.
A diverse mix of classes and a professor who encouraged new ideas helped a creative student express his vision. Now heading to graduate school.