Meet the Clubs 2022!

  • Students sit smiling behind a table with handmade posters standing in front of the table.

    The students with Acasola, CSUN's A Cappella singing group are ready for new members at the Meet the Clubs event at the Sierra quad on Sept. 13 and 14. Photo by David J. Hawkins.

  • White tent canopies in background with masses of students around them.

    Students enjoyed the sunshine at the "Meet the Clubs" event that took place Sept. 13 and 14 at the Sierra Quad. Photo by David J. Hawkins.

  • Students stand on the grass in the Sierra Quad with booths on both sides. The jiu jitsu booth is off to the left.

    Jiu Jitsu, anyone? There's likely a club to meet your interest at CSUN. Photo by David J. Hawkins.

  • Person in bright yellow

    Students take a moment to say "hi" to Pikachu at the "Meet the Clubs" event that took place at the Sierra Quad on Sept. 13 and 14. Photo by David J. Hawkins.

  • Students sit at table with two chessboards in front of them. One person stands on other side of boards, leaning over them.

    There's always time for a quick game of chess, or perhaps some checkers or Monopoly? Members of the Board Game and Tabletop club are ready to play! Photo by David J. Hawkins.

Academics, sports, culture and hobbies… Any kind of club you could want was represented at the annual “Meet the Clubs” event on Sept. 13 and 14. Students filled the aisles between booths as they talked to club representatives and browsed the tables in the white tents set up on the Sierra Quad lawn.

Members of the Ballet Folklórico Aztlán set up a booth at the event. The performance group regularly presents traditional dances from different regions of Mexico.  The dancers decorated their booth with their colorful costumes. Club member Eloisa Hernandez, a kinesiology major in her junior year, says taking part in Ballet Folklórico Aztlán makes her feel connected in different aspects of her life.

“I know for me, practices with [Ballet Folklorico] really lets me feel like I’m a part of CSUN. Also on a cultural level, it really makes me feel in touch with my culture.” said Hernandez.

With nearly 300 clubs and organizations offered at CSUN, students with specific hobbies or interests can find like-minded friends. Check out the photos of this year’s event.

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