There is truly something for everyone at the University of Nevada, Reno. From clubs and orgs to student government to community service and civic engagement, there are hundreds of ways to explore and engage in whatever strikes your curiosity.
The Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN) is made up of every undergraduate student at the University of Nevada. ASUN provides a means for students to voice concerns and address issues at the university, local, state, national, and international levels. ASUN organizes multiple events to keep students engaged with the university, appealing to various areas of interest such as diversity and inclusion, sustainability, wellness, as well as fun events and traditions. ASUN provides various services such as Nevada Wolf Shop, Campus Escort, Pack Provisions,legal services, voter registration, and multiple volunteering opportunities. ASUN is committed to enhancing our university and enriching students – just as they have since its inception in 1898. Find ASUN at Pack Place on the third floor of the Joe Crowley Student Union.
There are over 250 clubs and organizations officially recognized by the Associated Students of the University of Nevada (ASUN). Clubs fall into the follow community groups; Arts/Business/Education, Campus Life, Faith-Based, Greek Life, Multi-Cultural/Diversity, Science & Engineering, Service/Community Outreach, Social/Political Involvement and Sports & Recreation.
Modeled after the United States government, ASUN is comprised of three separate branches: the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch and the Judicial Branch. Working harmoniously, these entities provide an unmatched co-curricular experience for University of Nevada students. Run for office!
The University of Nevada, Reno fraternity and sorority community is home to 17 fraternities and 9 sororities that exist to promote a unified community of integrity, character and cultural diversity. Joining a fraternity or sorority is a great way to give back to the University community and greater-Reno area through community service, philanthropy, leadership, and professional development. Fraternity and sorority membership is a lifetime commitment that allows you to build meaningful relationships and connections with other like-minded individuals through social interaction and other bonding opportunities on a local and inter/national level.
Fitness and Recreational Sports Intramural Program offers students many fun and inexpensive sport activities, including flag football, volleyball, indoor and outdoor soccer, and basketball. For more information about intramural sports or to pick up official entry forms, visit the Membership Service Desk on the first floor of the E. L. Wiegand Fitness Center or call (775) 784-1897.