Finding ways to get involved in campus life is key to a successful college experience. Georgia State offers a wealth of resources to help you connect with other students and find your passion. Check out some of these options and get connected.

Recreation & Athletics

The Recreation Center offers intramurals, sport clubs, aerobics, personal training, outdoor trips, aquatic activities and much more.

The Multicultural Center

There are many multicultural groups on campus. Check out the Multicultural Center for more information.

Greek Life

The Greek community has a long, rich tradition of fostering student involvement and civic engagement. Visit Greek Life to learn more.

Green Groups

Want to get involved in creating a greener campus, but don’t know where to start? Check out GoGreen at Georgia State.

Student Organizations

Have fun exploring the numerous avenues for involvement at the university. Visit PIN for an updated list of organizations .


Getting involved with service groups is a great way to meet people, make a difference and build your resume. The university offers a range of opportunities to serve, including environmental activities, nonprofit work-study programs, Atlanta area nonprofit partner programs and more.


Want to get involved in making Georgia State a greener campus, but don’t know where to start? Check out Georgia State community sustainability partners.

Nonprofit Work-Study

Civic Engagement can connect students with nonprofit and community-based work-study opportunities.

Panthers 4 Change

Student organizations can organize their own service projects. Through the Panthers 4 Change program, groups can work with Civic Engagement to implement projects.

Student Organizations

Working with organizations that focus on leadership in social service and civic engagement will provide you an opportunity to help others, develop your leadership skills and make meaningful connections.

Volunteer Opportunities

Civic Engagement partners with local nonprofit organizations to offer volunteer opportunities for students.


Developing leadership skills is essential to your success in college and beyond. The university offers students many opportunities to explore and develop leadership skills.

Student Government

Elected SGA officers  make decisions that affect the quality of life for students and other members of the university community.

New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation leaders are the face of the university as they welcome incoming freshmen and transfer students to the university on all campuses.

Campus Tours

Showcase the vitality of campus by becoming a tour guide. Guides lead tours  Monday through Friday.

Student Media

Students involved in on-campus media learn by doing, whether writing, editing, producing, or curating content. Their involvement prepares them for a wide range of media careers.

Leadership Programs

Learn leadership skills through programs and events or with organizations that focus on leadership in social service and civic engagement, check out the Service Leadership Opportunity page.


We give our students the tools and opportunities to succeed and thrive in their college life and the future. Check out our success programs and find the ones best suited to your needs.

First-Year Programs

We offer a variety of programs to inspire, motivate and welcome our first-year students.

Success Programs

Our programs will connect you with other students, tutors, and faculty and staff who can help improve your study skills and guide you through academic challenges.

Study Abroad Programs

Study abroad programs give you an opportunity to experience other cultures and expand your perspectives.

Student Advisement Center

Academic advisors are here to help you throughout your university career.

Career Services

University Career Services is a full-service center dedicated to helping you pursue your career goals.