Morning, noon, and night, there are countless ways to get involved at Rutgers–New Brunswick. Join clubs, engage in community service, enjoy artistic performances, play sports, and more!

Organizations and Clubs

There are more than 600 organizations and clubs at Rutgers–New Brunswick, with everything from Amnesty International to the Underground Gaming Society.

Fraternities and Sororities

You'll find over 80 fraternities and sororities ranging from the "traditional" to historically African-American, Latino/a, multicultural and Asian-interest.

Programs and Events

Concerts. Comedy. Coffee breaks. How about a giant game of manhunt? Comedy night with Margaret Cho? Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA) provides a variety of events appealing to our diverse student body. There are also traditional events like the Homecoming Bed Races, Involvement Fairs, Big Chill, Scarlet Day of Service, Dance Marathon, and Geek Week.

Intramural Sports

Our Intramural Sports Program consists of over 50 leagues with more than 8,000 participants per year. Compete in your favorite sport or try something new...all skill levels are welcome! Sports include soccer, basketball, flag football, softball, street hockey, ultimate frisbee, and more. Play for fun and compete for campus championships and university pride.

Sport Clubs

With everything from traditional sports like football, golf, and ice hockey to martial arts and dance clubs, Rutgers Recreation boasts 55+ sport clubs which may be instructional or competitive in nature. The competitive clubs travel and compete against other universities, have regular practices, and require a high level of commitment. Other clubs include paintball, quidditch, bass fishing, and ultimate frisbee (to name a few).

Community Service

Our students actively contribute to local communities, and our neighbors count on our varied resources to help their families, communities, and businesses thrive. Whether organizing food drives or volunteering at health clinics, you can make a difference at Rutgers–New Brunswick.