From chemistry to chorus, activism to athletics, Elmhurst offers more than 100 ways to get involved, explore your interests and develop your skills. Many groups meet at the Frick Center, which serves as a hub of campus life.
Here’s an overview of student activities. Don’t see a group devoted to your interests? It's easy to start your own.
Academic & Professional Organizations
From the Mock Trial Team to the Society of Physics Students, these clubs will help you explore careers and academic interests.
Cultural Identity Organizations
At Elmhurst, we appreciate and celebrate the diversity of our students’ cultural backgrounds.
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Elmhurst has an active Greek life, with five sororities and four fraternities that sponsor service projects and raise funds for good causes.
Honor & Recognition Societies
These groups recognize and encourage superior scholastic and leadership achievement.
Your opinion counts at Elmhurst. Our Student Government Association is just one way to make your voice heard.
Play the tuba? Sing the blues? We have a place for you. From dance groups to an award-winning jazz band, the performing arts are lively at Elmhurst.
Publications & Media
Elmhurst's student newspaper and yearbook regularly win awards, and our 320-watt campus radio station has been on the air since 1947.
Elmhurst supports students of many faiths as they examine their values and explore their beliefs.
Social Action & Service
Want to change the world? Start here.
Special Interest Organizations
From anime to meditation to ping pong, these clubs cater to a variety of interests.