This is a place for anyone who loves to play games. We play PC games, console games, and table top games. For those with programming and game development skills, we encourage you to come as well. Come play with us!
We, the ladies of Gamma Alpha Lambda, are a sisterhood bonded to Christ who are growing in our faith journeys, serving with a heart like His, spreading love and sharing our faith with others, and submitting our lives to the Lord. To join Gamma Alpha
The purpose of Gamma Iota Sigma is to promote, encourage, and sustain student interest in insurance, risk management, and actuarial science as professions and to encourage the high moral and scholastic attainments of its members.
Members of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, one of the 10 oldest women's organizations in North America, are proud of our rich and accomplished history, dating back to our founding on November 11, 1874, at Syracuse University in New York.
GPA is a social and honors fraternity for Presidential Scholars.
Gamma Sigma Sigma is an organization commited to service to humanity. Gamma Sigma Sigma's goal embraces the ideals of friendship and equality. You will find that the sorority will mature and change you, offering challenges and
GTU is a national academic fraternity for those interested in geography. While there are requirements to be an official member of GTU, anyone can join Geography Club! Our goal is to promote a dialogue about geographic issues and sponsor campus events.
The purpose of the Geological Society is to foster a professional spirit and promote the geologic interests and activities of its members among the student body.
Students enrolled in GEP 101 - First Year Foundations, will have the opportunity to exemplify the Public Affairs Mission by serving the community with their time and talents.
Our organization provides leadership opportunities, culturally-and-diversity-enriching experiences, and community engagement projects. We have meetings twice a month and we volunteer at various nursing homes in the area a couple times a month.