Social activity at Strayer is an integral part of student life and an important aspect of a college education. Participation in extracurricular activities enables students to get to know other students as well as faculty and staff. Activities also provide opportunities for students to develop and to demonstrate leadership skills and special talents.
Student activities are planned by the University with club leaders. Students are urged to participate in student organizations according to individual interests. To help students maintain a balance between their academic and leisure activities, the University requires a 2.0 academic average for full participation. However, clubs and organizations may require a higher grade point average for officers. Students interested in activities or cultural events not already offered should contact their Campus Dean or Associate Campus Dean.
Organizations must be open to all members of the Strayer University student community regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, age, political affiliation, religion, physical challenges, national origin, marital status, or sexual orientation. All student organizations must have a faculty advisor, approved by the Campus Dean or Associate Campus Dean.