9 exciting student orgs you’ll want to know about
Get involved on campus, start exploring your passions and learn more about nine exciting student organizations.
It’s never too late to explore student clubs and organizations to fill your free time. Unsure where to start? Whether you’re new to getting involved or looking for a new addition to your extracurricular life, Nutshell has you covered with these nine exciting student organizations.
Become a leader at Temple and make your voice heard by joining Temple Student Government (TSG). TSG shapes Temple’s student affairs, creating a platform for students to ignite change on relevant issues. TSG’s mission is to serve as a conscience of the university administration, placing the well-being of students first. If you’re interested in becoming a student leader, TSG actively recruits, regardless of experience level.
The organization can be contacted at: email@example.com.
Make an impact
The Temple University Prosthetics and Orthotics Club, or TemPO for short, allows students from any major to not only create innovative medical devices, but to help real people (and dogs!) with their creations. They hold skill workshops every semester, so you can even join the team with no engineering experience whatsoever.
The organization can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling all trendsetters
Have you heard? Temple was scored one of the top 10 most fashionable schools! Inviting the Temple fashion community, Temple’s Fashion and Business Club (F&B) serves as an outlet for students with an interest in all things style. F&B connects students with the Philadelphia fashion industry by hosting guest speakers, sourcing student-written blog content, networking events and SO much more.
The organization can be contacted at: email@example.com.
Drive environmental change in the world and workplace. Student professional organization Net Impact is shaping a group of future leaders dedicated to promoting sustainability in the business sector. Each Friday, Net Impact hosts guest speakers from local companies at the forefront of sustainable practices. Align yourself with a positive path for business, empowering yourself and environmentalism.
The organization can be contacted at: TempleNetImpact@gmail.com.
Your next adventure …
If you’re yearning for a space to get active outside, Adventure Bound is the place to be. Outside of the classroom, Adventure Bound hosts a TON of activities for all types of adventures, some of which include hiking, rafting and zip-lining! The group also explores different spots around Philadelphia, taking students on guided event tours.
The organization can be contacted at: TUadventurebound@gmail.com.
Put your comedy skills to the test! Temple Smash invites students to produce, write, direct, edit and perform in their very own sketch comedy production. Using Klein College and the School of Theater, Film and Media Arts’ resources, you can practice and apply your skills outside of the classroom. Step into the limelight and launch your very own comedy career—we’re sure there will be some laughs along the way!
The organization can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Court is in session
Ready to step into a real-life court case? Temple University Moot Court is a competition-based undergraduate team that simulates a realistic appellate court hearing. Members will be tasked with performing research, writing arguments and preparing arguments to present to judges based on the case. Court cases are often performed in law schools in front of actual judges, and you will be coached alongside professional lawyers!
The organization can be contacted at: email@example.com.
Grow in community
If you love to get your hands dirty, the Temple Community Garden (TCG) is the ideal place to pick up a shovel and learn more about urban agriculture. Whether you have a green thumb already or just want to learn more about sustainable gardening, TCG is the perfect place to start playing in the dirt. Plus, you'll yield some of the freshest produce you can get.
The organization can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ready to jump-start an independent project? Wandering Studios is a student-run film organization that works to help members bring their film projects to life throughout the semester. All majors and skill levels interested in creating short films are invited to join the process in everything from pre- to post-production. Who knows, this might be your newfound passion … or a stepping stone towards a future in film!
The organization can be contacted at: email@example.com.
—Avery Bumsted, Class of 2025