Organizaciones Estudiantiles

Student Organizations

As main beneficiaries of the institutional effort, our students have full freedom of association, within a framework of mutual respect and tolerance that helps to maintain a climate of solidarity and adequate human relations among all members of the university community.

Students can organize and participate in activities that are compatible with existing standards. Any group interested in becoming a student organization must apply for official recognition of the relevant body, as provided by the Student Regulations.

Student organizations accredited biannually submit a work plan to the Associate Dean of Student Affairs for approval. Organizations assume legal and financial responsibility for their activities.

Below is a list of current Student Associations:

  • Flag Bearers
  • AIESEC
  • Accounting
  • AE-Tur
  • American Chemical Society
  • Batú Advertising Group
  • Japanese Culture Appreciation
  • Foreign Affairs Assembly
  • AsociArte
  • Quality of Life
  • Open House
  • Science fiction
  • Health Sciences
  • International Students Association
  • Cinema
  • Elite Communication
  • Residents Council
  • Confra (Christian Interdenominational Fraternity)
  • Student Council
  • USC Choir
  • Bodies in Motion
  • Dance Team
  • DECA Collegiate
  • Drama Fusion
  • Nursing
  • Eminent Students of the Radio
  • Student Counselors of the Student Support Program

  • Advancing Equality
  • Photography
  • Future Educators
  • Imagine
  • Mandarin
  • Medlife
  • Microbiology
  • Model United Nations Club
  • Women in Science
  • Multimedia
  • Journalism (ASEPE)
  • Event Production and Marketing
  • Psychology
  • Puerto Rico Pre Dental Association USC Chapter
  • Public Relations
  • Rotaract Club
  • Sparks Up’s
  • Justice Systems
  • Biology Society
  • Information Society
  • Sagradeño One Heartbeat
  • Sagrado Sports
  • Society of Student Oriented Academic Research
  • TeatrUSC
  • Television
  • Social Work