Student Clubs & Organizations

Geisinger Commonwealth recognizes the contributions of student clubs and organizations that enhance the quality of student life and the College community. Clubs and organizations offer students the opportunity to participate in academic, cultural, social and athletic activities that are consistent with the development of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes expected from healthcare professionals. Numerous standing clubs currently exist; however, the Office of Student Affairs is always interested in meeting student needs and welcomes suggestions for starting new clubs.

Activities and functions of student clubs and organizations are considered College activities and therefore must:

  • Be registered with and approved by the Office of Student Affairs
  • Function in an organized manner consistent with the values, identity and mission of Geisinger Commonwealth
  • Comply with policies and procedures of the College
  • Complete one service project per academic year
  • Be open to all students currently enrolled at Geisinger Commonwealth
  • Have at least ten enrolled students as members

Student clubs and organizations are not eligible if the club, or activities or functions of the club:

  • Duplicate an existing club or organization
  • Purpose is unlawful or in violation of College policy
  • Endanger the safety of anyone or of College facilities
  • Threaten to disrupt or obstruct College functions
  • Foster hatred or intolerance of others
  • Conducted secretly
  • Are purely commercial or financially profitable to group members

How to Start a Club

Club Funding

Club Fundraising

Other Club Resources

Listing

Clubs and Organizations are an integral part of Student Life as they reach the diverse interests of both Medical Degree Program students and Master of Biomedical Science students. Numerous standing clubs currently exist; however, the Office of Student Affairs is always interested in meeting student needs and welcomes suggestions for starting new clubs.

Geisinger Commonwealth recognizes the contributions of student clubs and organizations that enhance the quality of student life and the College community. Clubs and organizations offer students the opportunity to participate in academic, cultural, social and athletic activities that are consistent with the development of knowledge, skills, values and attitudes expected from healthcare professionals.

Geisinger Commonwealth Community Medical Society Involvement

Geisinger Commonwealth Committee Involvement