Cultural Centers on Campus
Some of the most influential and active student organizations are the 2nd floor cultural centers in the student union. The 2nd floor offers space for studying and community gathering. Each cultural center provides educational opportunities, social connections, and a safe space for their identity group.
Student Groups & Organizations
There are more than 1,000 student groups and organizations on campus that meet regularly, host programs and events, and provide service to the greater Twin Cities area. GopherLink is the platform for all registered student groups at the University of Minnesota. Students can find all student groups, their upcoming events, and their contact information.
Commuter Student Resources & Groups
Commuter Students are those students that attend the University of Minnesota but do not reside in University housing. Whether you commute one block or 25 miles, commuter students are valued members of the University of Minnesota campus community! Although it can be tough to find time outside of school, work, and family, getting involved on-campus is a great way to meet new people and enhance your experience at the University of Minnesota.
Transfer Student Resources & Groups
Transfer Experience Programs are designed to help students connect to the University community and other transfer students. Learn more about resources and leadership opportunities specifically for transfer students.
Multicultural Greek Life at the U of M
Students interested in joining a culturally-based fraternity or sorority can attend the Multicultural Greek Meet and Greet during the first few weeks of the fall semester. Students interested in joining a Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) or National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) fraternity or sorority are encouraged to contact the organizations directly.