Student Organizations and Anchor Link connects the campus community by highlighting opportunities for meaningful involvement and providing tools to help manage and track the co-curricular student experience.
The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons begins four transformative years of a Vanderbilt education. First-year students live and learn together in the 10 Houses of The Ingram Commons, each guided by a Faculty Head of House who lives among the students.
The mission of the Office of Active Citizenship and Service is to create a culture for exploration and learning followed by critical reflection and action for the common good.
OHARE has responsibility for all 34 of the residence halls on campus, staffing and programming within the residence halls, living learning communities, facilities management, and the Office of Conferences.
Vanderbilt University is home to 35 fraternities and sororities with over 43% of VU undergraduates belonging to the VU Greek community.
The Vanderbilt Student Centers consists of Alumni Hall, Sarratt Student Center | Rand Hall, Student Life Center, Commons Center, and the Office of Reservations and Events.
Vanderbilt Student Government’s mission is to enrich and improve the undergraduate experience through proactive advocacy on behalf of students, collaborative partnerships with administrators and faculty, and relevant, innovative services.
ACE Design is a free resource to all students, student organizations, and faculty departments at Vanderbilt University. ACE does the work to advertise your campus event, for FREE!! Select the forms tab to submit a project request.
‘Dore for a Day is an organization which introduces prospective students to Vanderbilt from a uniquely student perspective. Members host students through one-on-one visits to campus, including taking visiting students to lunch, class and on a brief tour.
The AcFee Committee allocates funding to student organizations on an annual basis. http://studentorgs.vanderbilt.edu/vsg/acfee