Find a Student Organization
There are over 1000 different registered student organizations at UT-Austin. Every student organization is unique. They vary in size, purpose, and commitment level. So, whether it's a performing arts group, a social organization or an environmentally focused club, there is likely a student organization of interest for you. See below for different ways to find an organization!
HornsLink is our student organization data base. All registered student organizations are required to maintain a profile on HornsLink. They can list helpful information and share about upcoming activities. All UT community members can create a personal profile using their UT EID and join the organizations which they are a member of. Students can also track their involvement using the Involvement transcript which keeps track of all your participation, leadership roles, community service, study abroad and more. An easy way to explore student organizations is to log into HornsLink and use the search bar in the organizations section to type in key words to find organizations that may be of interest.
Attend an Org Fair
Attending one of our in-person or virtual student organization fairs is a great way to find a student organization. Visit the Attend a Student Organization Fair page to learn when the next fair is.
Tabling and Flyers
Student organizations table anytime they are looking for new members or promoting their activities. They are allowed to table in approved outdoor and indoor spaces on campus. These are great ways for you to connect and learn about organizations while you are on your way to class or just hanging out on campus. Sometimes organizations may choose to do a virtual tabling session to allow interested students to connect remotely. Often these are promoted on the organizations HornsLink page or via their social media platforms.
Networking is a great tool to learn about and connect with student organizations on campus. Your roommate, classmate, professor or advisor may be able to provide insight on different student organizations. Use the spaces you frequent, ask your peers questions and get advice from UT community members who have been on campus for several years. You never know what you'll learn!
Start Your Own
Having trouble finding an organization that interest you? Find some friends with similar interests and start your own! Visit the Start a Student Organization page to learn more.