From academic organizations to Greek Life, define your AND with endless opportunities.
Building Lifelong Friends and Memories.
Queens is a special place where you can explore not just what interests you academically, but also through extra-curricular activities and programs. Learn about what makes student life such a large part of the Queens experience.
Campus Programs and Traditions
Since our founding in 1857, Queens has acquired a variety of time honored traditions. Some that are specific to Queens include the Moravian Love Feast, Boar's Head Banquet, Casino Night and the Spring Carnival.
Clubs and Organizations
Here at Queens there are over 70 clubs and organizations for you to join or participate in! You'll be able to find a group that's a good fit for you, and helps you thrive during your Queens experience.
Groups range from academic asscociations, sorority and fraternity life, honor societies, as well as opportunities to connect with the spiritual community. The best part? There is always the chance to start a new club or organization on campus if you don't find one you're looking for!
A complete list of all active clubs and organizations is updated each semester on the MyQueens site.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Queens community promotes the civic good by fostering knowledge and nurturing relationships among people of different cultural, ethnic, religious, and philosophical backgrounds. The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion helps support a variety of student lead groups and organizations.
Queens’ is commited to helping students succeed as they are challenged to develop cultural humiltiy and to find common ground with those unlike ourselves. We strive to empower our students, faculty, staff, and alumni to be engaged citizens, on or off campus.
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Commitment to personal and organizational excellence is the cornerstone of the Queens Fraternity and Sorority life experience. Participating in Fraternity and sorority life gives you opportunities for personal, intellectual and social development. And, of course, the opportunity to meet new friends and deepen existing friendships.
We affirm Queens’ ties, established at our founding in 1857, with the Presbyterian Church (USA).This tradition has embedded core values such as service, intellectual curiosity, and commitment to the common good in Queens' institutional culture. This pluralistic approach lies at the heart of the transformative educational experience Queens provides.
While at Queens, students will have the opportunity to nurture and deepen their spiritual lives by joining a student-led faith-based organization, participating in Belk Chapel programs, volunteering in the community, or traveling with Chapel staff on an annual service learning trip.