• UD's 300+ Registered Student Organizations are supervised by the Student Involvement Office at the USC. Find these groups and get involved at StUDent Central!
  • The SI Office oversees Greek Life at the University of Delaware. Check out their site to learn more about what it means to be a fraternity man or a sorority woman, and how involvement in Greek life can change you forever.
  • Bus Trips, coordinated by the SI Office, provide UD students with the opportunity to get off campus and experience something new. There are a variety of trips offered in every season, from city excursions to whitewater rafting.
  • The Student Centers Programming Advisory Board (SCPAB) works side by side with the University Student Centers to bring the best events to campus. Offering a broad assortment of events, SCPAB's objective is to provide quality programming for everyone in the UD community.

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From our students...
Being the president of NEDAC has been the defining experience of my college career. I learned so much by working with the USC, from program planning to general professionalism, and they are skills I'll take with me into the future. One of the greatest gifts USC has given me is a network of other student leaders to not only work with, but be inspired by and to call my friends.
-Michelle Reed, Class of 2011
I joined Gamma Sigma Sigma as a sophomore. Through all of our community service events, I feel like an active member of the UD, Newark, and world communities. The student centers and events services staff always supports us and helps us to achieve great things to assist those around us.
-Kristen Pannullo, Class of 2011
I started my own RSO and I couldn't have done it without the help of the USC staff. They were so friendly and supportive of my initiative. Thanks to the USC staff, I've created a successful group and it can only go up from here.
I created the Zumba Club at the end of my first semester Freshmen year. It has given me a chance to connect with other students doing something I love. Also, joining Alpha Delta Pi in the Spring has opened so many doors to get involved on campus. I really encourage you to get involved and experience as much as you can here at UD!
-Lindsay Irwin, Class of 2011
The Student Centers are filled with the nicest and friendliest employees who have even more answers than the website, if that's possible! If you're a student leader or a student just looking to get involved, the Student Centers and their staff will lead you on a path that will make your time at UD the best possible.
-Michele Ingari, Class of 2011
USC > Student Involvement

The Student Involvement Office in PSC 015G and TUC 217 is responsible for many facets of co-curricular involvement at UD. The main components of the office are Leadership, Greek Life, and Campus Programming. There are over 300 Registered Student Organizations (clubs) and more than 45 fraternities/sororities to get involved with, as well as opportunities to create new groups on campus. Leadership development opportunities are also available through partnership with other departments, and through ongoing training with student groups.

USC Programming offers a wide variety of campus events including bus trips, concerts, films, lectures, and outdoor carnivals, coordinated with the Student Centers Programming Advisory Board (SCPAB).

Resources for RSOs

Are you planning a program? Check out these Programming Checklists designed to help you succeed: Looking to renew your group's registration, take a trip or raise funds for your cause? Every form your RSO or Greek chapter may need is found on the Forms Page.

Student Involvement Office Hours
Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm
(302)831-2428
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