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Clubs and Organizations

USC Union encourages participation in a wide variety of student organizations and activities. Co-curricular activities can be related to specific academic topics and so directly support classroom learning, or they can more broadly promote intellectual, social, or physical development. You will learn more about your world, yourself, and about others. You will become a stronger leader, colleague, and friend.

Student Government Association 

The Student Government Association (SGA) is composed of all registered undergraduate students of the University of South Carolina Union. Upon payment of semester fees, students are automatically considered members of this organization. Student Government Association officers are elected by the student body; these officers include a president, vice president, and secretary-treasurer. Together with the senators, they make up the governing council of the SGA.

The purpose of the SGA is to represent the student body both academically and socially. The SGA schedules and directs activities. Any co-curricular activity of interest to students can be organized within the framework of the SGA. You can read the SGA Constitution [pdf] for more information. 

Rotaract Club

Rotaract is for students in college that want to get involved in their community and campus while building leadership and professional skills. Rotaract is a college-level Rotary Club and is a Rotary-sponsored organization. This chartered club will be a member of Rotary International. For more information, please contact Annie Smith.


The MWOM/AAA (Men and Women on a Mission/African American Association) are organizations that try to empower all students, and teach leadership skills wherever possible, with a special focus on minority and women.

Literary Club

"The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go." The Literary Club focuses on keeping the art of reading and writing alive. We have a few questions in mind for students looking to be involved:

  1. Do you enjoy reading?
  2. Do you need help with reading comprehension or understanding lyrical reads?
  3. Do you enjoy writing and want some support for writing for fun?

If so, the Literary Club wants you to be involved in helping to keep literature a focus for the future.

 If you would like to join one of these groups or if you would like to start a new club, contact the Admissions Office. Your active participation in the clubs and other organizations at USC Union will greatly enhance your collegiate experience.