Student organizations are a great way to meet people with similar interests, create networks, and gain experience in organizing and advocacy,
Cascadia Action Network: C.A.N is the empowered new generation dedicated to environmental and social justice. We work to create impactful and intersectional environmental change through direct action on our campus and in our community. Email: email@example.com
Coalition Against Environmental Racism: CAER is a student organization committed to bridging the gap between the struggle for social and environmental equality.
Climate Justice League: The heart of climate justice is the understanding that the urgent action needed to prevent climate change must be based on community-led solutions and the well-being of local communities, Indigenous Peoples, and the global poor, as well as biodiversity and intact ecosystems.
CMiS: Community for minorities in STEM
Design For America (DFA)– Design for America is an interdisciplinary, ASUO recognized club using the human centered design process to address social issues in our community!
Envision Journalism: Student run publication with a mission to “give people the information they need to live healthy, greener lives”.
Greeks Go Green– Increasing the sustainability of the University of Oregon’s Fraternity and Sorority Life!
Insurgent– Consensus organized student journalistic endeavor. We are a radical publication that seeks to deconstruct the existing social order and facilitate its replacement with one which is ecologically sound and functions on egalitarian lines.
Just Food Student Coalition: A community for UO students interested in food justice and wish to engage, discuss, and participate in events surrounding the food system.
LiveMove: Brings together undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines to focus on the planning and design of transportation systems as they relate to community quality of life and livability. (We have a general bias towards active and public transportation.)
Net Impact: An international non-profit organization for students and professionals interested in combining sustainability strategies with business.
Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group (OSPIRG): Student led and student funded nonprofit that works on campaigns that affect all people in Oregon. Chapter meetings are in Condon 201, every Thursday at 7pm.
Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science: dedicated to fostering the success of scientists—from college students to professionals—to attain advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in science
Student Labor Action Project (SLAP): UO chapter of network of student groups across the country that work on economic social justice issues.
Students for Indigenous Rights & Environmental Justice in Bolivia: Works collaboratively with indigenous communities in Bolivia, both in person and remotely, to support indigenous rights, environmental justice, gender empowerment, sustainability and autonomy.
Supporting the Advancement of Diversity in Design: Strives to support a community for the advancement of underrepresented groups and the promotion of diversity in the fields of architecture and design.
Radical Organizing and Activism Resource (R.O.A.R.) Center: A space and resource for student led projects at the intersection of social justice and environmental activism. Located in the EMU, it is open daily, as well as weekly organizers meetings.
UO Student Sustainability Network: A Facebook group for collaboration between all student groups that are working to improve human equity, environmental vitality, and economic well-being on this campus and beyond. Post about upcoming events, ideas, or anything else your group needs help with!