Info for Colleges

Student Organizations and Students Do Not Connect as Readily as They Might

Student organizations enrich student life in countless ways. However, it is difficult for orgs and students to connect.


The Problem for Students:

It not easy for students to find the organizations that might be of interest.

    • College Club Fairs: Most students do not attend college club fairs, and their infrequent occurence (typically only once per semester) does not serve students who want to investigate activities at other times. Even for those students who do attend, there is certainly not enough time to explore hundreds of opportunities, much less to learn all that they would like to know.
    • Websites: Colleges typically list student organizations on their websites, but those pages do not provide a full picture of the organizations' focus, members, activities, etc.
    • Friends: There is no easy way for a student to know what organizations their friends belong to, so peer-to-peer sharing is undermined.
    • National Organizations: None of the 400 or so national student organizations have a chapter at every college, but there is no easy way for students to find the national orgs that are not at their school, so they do not learn of opportunities to take a leadership role and start a local chapter.
    • Events: There is no easy way for students to find all of the student organization events that are occuring and that they might want to attend.


The Problem for Student Organizations:

The situation is also difficult for student organizations. They could have many more members, but most students do not know what organizations do or even what exists, much less who is involved, and the details of their events.


Our Mission

We created to:

    • help students explore all of the opportunities so they can get the most out of their college years
    • help student organizations raise awareness, recruit more members, better engage with them and with the community, and earn recognition for all they do

We Make it Easy

    • See these sample pages to learn more about this site.
    • Click here to find your college.
    • Use the filters on the left of your college page to filter by type of organization.  
    • We just recently launched, and it will take time for us to add all of the half-million or so student organizations in the country. If you do not see your favorites, please use this form to let us know, and we will add them. Also, please share this opportunity with other student organizations so they can join.
    • Students can join the site (for free). The Your Favorites link shows how their free Favorites Page will let them share all of their favorite organizations with friends and classmates, while also helping those orgs raise awareness and recruit new members.  


    • Free for Students:

They can join the site and create a Favorites Page like this for free.

    • Free or Affordable for Local Student Organizations:

They can have (i) a minimal free page like this or (ii) a rich page with extensive information, such as you see in this sample, which costs only a modest annual fee. That affordable payment covers our costs, so we do not need to display advertising, and we never sell student data.

    • Free for National Student Organizations:

We have already provided them an initial placeholder page, which they can enhance at no cost. Please see these samples.

    • Free for Colleges:

They already have an initial bare-bones page, which they can enhance for free.

How You Can Help Students and Student Organizations at Your School Now

    • If you are an authorized representative of your college, please use this form to submit additional content and enhance your college page. (If not, please ask the right person to do it).  
    • Please let the student organizations at your college know about this opportunity, as we cannot reach all half-million or so of them on our own. You can send them to this intro page.
    • Please let the students at your college know about this site. You can send them to this intro page.
    • Please tell your counterpart at other colleges about, and send them to this page.
    • If you have suggestions for improving the site, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us.