Student Organizations

Carleton has more than 200 student-run organizations that cover everything from arts to athletics to activism. So you’re bound to find plenty of things that pique your interest. You’ll try new things, make new friends, and take your passions to the next level. And if you can’t find your perfect activity within those hundreds of options, you're welcome to invent your own!

Learn more about getting involved through the Student Activities Office.

Student Organizations

Academics

Biomimicry Club

Carleton Society of Paranormal and Extraterrestrial Research

Energy Club

The Engineering Team at St Olaf and Carleton College

Lovelace

Tutors of the Korean Language

Women in Economics

Women in Math and Science

Arts & Entertainment

Carleton Board Game Club

Carleton Folkdancers

Carleton Singing Knights

DIY

Dark Humor

Digital Art Interest Organization

Honking Knights (Pep Band)

INKLINGS Calligraphy Club

Just Cellin' (Carleton Cello Choir)

KRUSH Dance Crew

Knights Watch

Knitting Club

The Lens

Magic: The Gathering Club

No Fidelity

Off The Cuff

Queens of Comedy

Students Interested in Performing Arts

Synchrony II

Tamarind

UKnight'Em

Urban Adventure Club

Whoa! Hip-Hop Dance Company

Wholesome Activities Club (WAC)

Cultural/Intercultural

Bhad V Nails

Carleton College Chinese Chess Club

Coalition of Southeast Asians

Collective for Women's Issues

Dark Humor

Define American

Dunya Al-Arabiya: Language and Cultures Club

Global China Connection Carleton Chapter

INKLINGS Calligraphy Club

J Street U Carleton

KRUSH Dance Crew

Kopitiam

Korean Students Association

Lovelace

Students with Interracial Legacies

Taiwanese Cultural Society

Tamarind

Thai Students' Association

Tim Viet

Tutors of the Korean Language

Urban Adventure Club

Women of Color Plus

Media & Publications

The Carl

Carleton Literary Association

The DL

Define American

KRUSH Dance Crew

The Lens

No Fidelity

Off The Cuff

Skin Deep

The Soapbox

Other

The Alexander Hamilton Society

Brewing Club

Carleton Business Club

Carleton Emergency Medical Technicians

Carleton Entrepreneurship Organization

Carleton Political Historians

Carleton Pre-Veterinary Association

Carleton Smash Bros Community

Carleton Society of Paranormal and Extraterrestrial Research

The Cigar & Pipe Society

Civil Discourse Association

Claiming Space in Politics and Political Science

The Classics Club

Coffee Collective

Collective for Men's Issues

Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion

The Engineering Team at St Olaf and Carleton College

Forte with Dae': A Wholistic Dance Club

Girls Who Code College Loop @ Carleton

Go Club

Hack4Impact at Carleton College

Lovelace

Sunrise Carleton

Type 1 Diabetes Support

Wholesome Activities Club (WAC)

Writers' Circle

Politics, Advocacy & Activism

Carleton College Republicans

Carleton Forum

Carleton Students for Justice in Palestine

Carleton Take Back the Tap

Carls creating Political Atmosphere and Dialogue

Carls for the BWCA

Collective for Women's Issues

Democracy Matters

Energy Club

J Street U Carleton

Kids for Conservation

The Lens

Public Health Advocates

Swipe Out Hunger

Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) / Students for Liberty

aWareness and Advocacy for Learning Disabilities through Outreach

Religion & Spirituality

Sports & Recreation

Carleton Bowling Club

Carleton College Chinese Chess Club

Carleton Figure Skating Club

Carleton Folkdancers

Carleton Inland Sailing Club

Carleton Slacklining Club

Carleton Smash Bros Community

Carleton Spikeball Club

Carleton Squash Club

Carleton Trap Shooting Club

Carleton Triathlon Club

The DL

Disc Golf Club

Figure Four

Forte with Dae': A Wholistic Dance Club

Go Club

Karls

Nova

Smash Ultimate Club

Tamarind

Urban Adventure Club

Western Archery Club

Wholesome Activities Club (WAC)

Women's Club Volleyball

Volunteer/Service

Carleton Emergency Medical Technicians

Energy Club

Kids for Conservation

Project Friendship

Project Rousseau

Public Health Advocates

Senior Engagement through Rewarding Volunteering

Swipe Out Hunger

Tutors of the Korean Language

aWareness and Advocacy for Learning Disabilities through Outreach