The UT Austin experience doesn’t end once students leave the classroom or the library. Student organizations make UT’s campus lively, create friendships and bonds, allow students to engage with their passions, and even introduce students to new interests. The 40 acres is home to more than 1,100 students organizations which range from legislative bodies, Greek life, spirit groups, political organizations, and so much more. Learn about the diverse student organizations that meet after hours on and off UT’s campus and the history behind them.
African American culture committee
Diversity feature in 1972 Cactus, The University of Texas at Austin yearbook. (Dolph Briscoe Center for American History)