Student Organizations for Academic Year 2013 - 2014
All organizations are completing the renewal process and may not appear on our website. Please feel free to call 777-2654 or email email@example.com if you have any questions about organizations on campus. A full list will appear after the deadline on September 13, 2013.
- Greek Fraternity
- Greek Sorority
- Residence Hall Government
|Bodybuilding and Fitness Club at USC
The Bodybuilding and Fitness Club at USC is an organization geared towards educating its members in weight training, bodybuilding and fitness techniques, styles and methods, nutrition, and overall wellness education.
|Carolina Jiu Jitsu
|Carolina Women's Ultimate Frisbee
|Club Field Hockey at USC
To establish a new sport at USC and offer more variety and athletic opportunities for students.
|Club Tennis at USC
|Fencing Club at USC
To offer fencing instruction and competition opportunities to beginning, intermediate, and advanced fencers.
|Gamecock Badminton Club
|Gamecock Club Swimming
|Gamecock Cycling Club
|Gamecock Disc Golf
To provide a team setting to practice and compete gymnastics.
|Gamecock Racquetball Club
|Gamecock Wrestling Club
|Gamecock's Archery Team
|Ice Hockey Club at USC
To compete in the sport of Ice Hockey against the club teams of other universities, and further the knowledge of Ice Hockey at the University of South Carolina.
|IHSA Equestrian Team
We are the men's club lacrosse team at USC. We are a member of the MCLA and the SELC lacrosse leagues. We practice 2-3 times a week and play a spring season like other lacrosse programs. If you are interested in playing contact Greg Roberts or Kevin O'Brian.
|Men's Club Volleyball
To play men's intercollegiate volleyball
|Men's Soccer Club
To provide an arena for soccer competition for USC students between the intramural and intercollegiate levels.
|Mountaineering and Whitewater Club
|Quidditch League at USC
Playing both intramural and club quidditch games with the goal of joining IQA.
Competitive menís rugby team competing on a national level against other universities. Rugby is a high contact, internationally popular sport similar in scope to American football played without pads.
To promote interest in SCUBA and skin diving and the diffusion of knowledge concerning this sport.
|Seidokan Aikido Club
|South Carolina Club Baseball
|South Carolina Club Cheerleading
|South Carolina Triathlon Club
|Ultimate Frisbee Club
|Water Polo Club
To introduce people to water polo.
|Women's Club Volleyball
|Women's Lacrosse Club
To provide information and assistance to individuals at the University of South Carolina wishing to know more about the sport of lacrosse.
|Women's Soccer Club