Diversity Student Groups

Getting and staying involved is one of the most important things you can do while in college. Some benefits include making friends, gaining leadership skills, and increasing your connection and satisfaction with UNLV. It does not matter how you are involved, it only matters that you are!

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International Council

The International Council (IC) is a UNLV student organization that is committed to enhancing the university campus life experience by promoting cultural and global awareness. Since the foundation in 2006, the council dedicates its resources to better facilitate cross-cultural understanding through organizing campus-wide events and hosting educational and social events. Join IC at any time by attending a meeting or event.

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Students Organizing Diversity Activities

Students Organizing Diversity Activities (SODA) is a student programming board responsible for the planning and implementation of programs recognizing cultural, heritage and awareness months (Latin@ Heritage, LGBT, Disability, Native American, Black History, Women's Herstory, Asian Pacific Island). SODA members are given the opportunity to create new programming ideas for each celebratory month by collaborating with other student organizations. Join SODA at any time by attending a meeting or event.

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Students Engaging and Empowering Through Dialogue

Students Engaging and Empowering through Dialogue (SEED) is a peer-to-peer dialogue group to learn about social justice issues that affect our community and engage in the process of accountability and advocacy to support issues that affect people around us.

Greek Life

Supportive friends, leadership opportunities, philanthropic projects, community service, career opportunities, and becoming part of a national network is just the start of a long list on how joining a fraternity or sorority will positively affect your life.

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Registered Student Organizations

With more than 250 active organizations on campus, over 65 of them are diversity and multicultural based, you are able to explore a group that’s the right fit for you. Check out the groups via the UNLV Involvement Center to learn more about the groups that currently exist. Still don’t see one you’d like to join? Visit the Student Organizations website to learn how to create a new group.

Student Organizations Involvement Center