Here are just a few of the service clubs and organizations recognized by the University at Buffalo.
Looking for more ways to volunteer? Circle K offers multiple volunteer opportunities each week. This organization is for all students who are interested in being responsible citizens and leaders who serve the community. Circle K meets weekly in 235 Student Union to organize community service events for the club, and give members the opportunity to make new friends.
Built on the pillars of leadership, friendship and service, Alpha Phi Omega is a nationally recognized service fraternity that operates in conjunction with the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America. Alpha Phi Omega is open to all students, and has a formal rush (recruitment) period typically in the first two to three weeks of every semester.
Help fight cancer by working to promote the American Cancer Society’s programs and mission. UB Colleges Against Cancer focuses on key issues including advocacy, cancer education, the Relay For Life, and other issues that affect cancer survivors and caregivers. This group is a student-run Colleges Against Cancer organization, part of a national group that brings together students, faculty and staff who are all dedicated to one cause.