Clubs & Organizations

Rugby Club

So Many Ways to Get Involved on Campus

Over the years, more than 30 clubs and organizations have sprung up on campus. With the wealth of student events and activities happening on any given day, you're likely to run out of time before you run out of opportunities to pursue your interests. There are lots of ways you can get involved, from participating in a club-sponsored event to taking on a leadership role. You also can shape the way things happen on campus by running for a position in student government.

The following list is a sampling of clubs and organizations on campus. For information about any of them, contact the Student Government Association at or Director of Student Activities Krista Swahn at

Student Clubs & Organizations

Anime Club

Ballroom Dance Club

Basement Medicine (student newspaper)

Break Away

Christian Fellowship

Cross-Country Ski Club

Dance Club


Finance and Investment Club

Gaming Club

A Global Partnership: Students for Children's Rights

Green Mountains Review

Green Solutions

Knit Wits


Men's Rugby Club

Martial Arts Club

Outing Club

P.E. Club


Snowboarding/Ski Club

Student Ambassador Club

Student Government Association

Teachers' Learning Community

Ultimate Frisbee

Wellness Club

WJSC 90.7: Radio Johnson

Women's Center

Women's Rugby Club


Want to create a club of your own?

If you are interested in creating a club of your own, you can do so by going to and filling out the Club Recognition Form. You will need a minimum of seven interested members and a president, vice-president, and treasurer. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Student Government Association at or (802) 635-1232.


Did You Know

Where service matters


Nearly 3,000 JSC students have contributed 100,000+ hours of volunteer service since 1987.


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