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Gain leadership, serve the community & have fun.

Our student organizations are a unique aspect of being an RFU student. With over 80 organizations, 1,000+ annual events, and more than 400 student leaders, you won’t find this level of activity and involvement at other graduate level health profession and science institutions.

But it’s not the numbers we care about as much as the impact of these organizations on the lives of our students and broader community. Our organizations and clubs offer opportunities to relax, pursue other interests, and connect with others who share your interests and offer new perspectives.

Getting involved also opens doors to leadership opportunities and enriches what you’re learning in the classroom, ultimately making you better at whatever you do after graduation. And for the ultimate leadership experience, you can start your own organization here, as many RFU students have.

If you want to learn more, the list of current clubs and organizations includes contact information. There’s also a Student Activities Fair at the start of each academic year—the majority of organizations host a table to answer questions and provide more information.

The Interprofessional Clinic Initiative (ICI)

Radha Patel is President of the ICI, the student organization responsible for running the free Interprofessional Community Clinic (ICC). 

The service component of the organization really drew me in, and I saw it as a great way to get involved in the community surrounding campus,” said Crystal, who is from Columbus, Georgia. “I also began to pursue my interest in health administration. Being involved in running a clinic is a great way to get applicable experience in that area.”

Crystal Forman