Looking for your home away from home? Joining a student organization will be one of the best decisions you make at CU Denver! You can join an organization to further your education in your field, advocate for a cause you care about, find community, and the list goes on. Being involved in an organization will help you develop your critical thinking and decision making skills while helping you clarify your values and aspirations.
What’re you waiting for? Visit MyLynx to view our organizations and filter them by the category you are looking for. You can reach out to organization leaders directly through their organization profile in MyLynx!
CU Denver houses over 130+ student organizations whose focus range from academics to culture, faith/spirituality, community service, professional development, and everything in between! Interested in finding the right organization for you? Search for an Organization | Login to MyLynx with your CU Denver Email | Click on “Organizations” | Filter organizations by category or search for specific organizations |Find general information, meeting times, and upcoming events. You can reach out via the “Contact” button on an organization’s page. Not finding an organization that interest you? Look into starting a student organization or setting up an appointment with our Involvement Ambassadors.
Want to get involved on campus, but unsure where to start? Hoping to talk to a person instead of searching online? Schedule a meeting with our Involvement Ambassadors where they can explore your interests with you and find your fit at CU Denver. You can also fill out the Involvement Calculator and one of the Student Involvement Ambassadors will curate a list of experiences for you to check out.
Not finding what you are looking for? Willing to start a new group? Meet with a Student Organizations' staff member and learn the process to get a new student organization up and running. We are here to help you!
Are you a current student organization officer? This page will give you information to successfully run your group and includes information on university policy.
Being a student organization officer gives you the opportunity to practice your leadership skills and learn new ones while directing an awesome group of students with a common purpose. Leadership, teamwork, and critical thinking/problem-solving are all part of an officer’s job.