Student Organizations

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Clubs

Join an on-campus club. Registered Student Organizations (more often referred to as RSOs or clubs) are a great way to meet other people who share your passions. You’ll find clubs for almost every interest: academic, cultural, political, recreational, spiritual, service, social or special interest.

Explore current clubs via CougSync. If you don’t find what you're looking for, start a new club.

Clubs and student organizations are required to register each academic year. Learn more about the RSO registration process, and review the RSO handbook (PDF).


Student government

Get connected with your student government, the Associated Students of Washington State University Vancouver (ASWSUV).

Run for office and become a student leader. Coordinate student activities and advocate for student interests to campus administrators and state representatives.


Student in sound studio smiling at camera.Student media

Express yourself by joining one of our award-winning student media organizations: The VanCougar newspaper, KOUG Radio and Salmon Creek Journal. Invent a new journalism beat, host an online talk show or bring a guest artist to campus.

Join the Student Media Board to guide and support student media organizations.