Opportunities for leadership abound on campus. From student government to the programming boards that plan special events, you'll be sure to find a group that fits your interests.

Interfraternity Council
The Quinnipiac Interfraternity Council promotes harmonious relations among campus fraternities and monitors national and institutional policies. The IFC is composed of two representatives from each fraternity chapter and four executive officers. As a council, the IFC facilitates the exchange of ideas and information and encourages scholastic, social, athletic and community interrelationships.

Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council is comprised of concerned students whose purpose is to serve as the united governing body for all graduate students at Quinnipiac. Specifically, the organization acts as the medium for expression for graduate student concerns and serves as the official voice of the graduate student population. The Graduate Student Council also has the authority to organize, sponsor and promote activities or events deemed to further the objectives of Quinnipiac's graduate student body.

Panhellenic Association
The Quinnipiac Panhellenic Association is the governing body for the national sororities on campus, overseeing recruitment and acting as a liaison between the sororities and Quinnipiac administration. Two representatives from each sorority and four executive officers make up the QPA. Members may also serve as recruitment counselors, assisting prospective members throughout new member recruitment.
Quinnipiac University After Dark (QUAD)
QUAD provides late-night programming and entertainment every Friday and Saturday night from 10 p.m. until 12 a.m., including comedians, late-night breakfast, movies, & musicians. Learn more about QUAD

Quinnipiac University Commuter Student Council
The Commuter Student Council helps commuters acclimate to college life. It provides social interaction outside of the classroom with other commuters, as well as resident students. The Commuter Student Council was created to represent and serve as a liaison for commuters' opinions, ideas and concerns within the Quinnipiac community. The group serves as a resources for students that are unfamiliar with the Hamden/New Haven area, and contributes to this community via service events.

Residence Hall Council (RHC)
The Residence Hall Council consists of a group of students who work with staff members to organize activities and events to encourage a sense of community in the residence halls. Learn more about Residence Hall Council

Student Alumni Association
The purpose of this organization is to coordinate and sponsor events that promote school spirit and help reconnect alumni with their alma mater. This organization gives current Quinnipiac students the opportunity to reach out to alumni and learn about life after Quinnipiac. Students and alumni work together to make the Quinnipiac community something they can be proud to be a part of. The Student Alumni Association also helps its members develop and strengthen certain skills that will help them in the real world.

Student Government Association (SGA)
Elected annually, the executive officers and class representatives work together to promote student welfare by sponsoring social activities and acting as the voice of the student population. Any undergraduate student in good standing may join the SGA. Learn more about Student Government Association

Student Programming Board (SPB)
Part of the Student Government Association, SPB provides a range of weekday and weekend social and educational activities that promote campus involvement. Committees include: Arts & Entertainment, Digital & Social Media, Films, Mainstage, Promotions, Special Events, Talks & Topics, Traditions & Community, and Travel. Learn more about Student Programming Board

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