Rutgers Multicultural Organizations

I.D.E.B (I Demonstrate Educated Beauty) is a collegiate debutante program whose purpose is to shape the character of young women that join the organization as well as those that the members mentor


To promote greater understanding between the U.S. and the Caribbean region by focusing on the concerns of the Caribbean people both in the Caribbean and in the U.S.A.


The BMC was formed for the expressed purpose of increasing the interaction and dialogue among African American males (students, staff, faculty, and alumni) around academic and life issues ranging from retention to economic empowerment.LLEGO


The Black Student Union is a socio-political organization that aims at the uplift of the African American student body, and the promotion of cultural consciousness.


The GOYA Project, working with the support of the non-profit Global Literacy Project, Inc., has an ongoing commitment to encouraging and supporting literacy locally and globally.


Our mission is to further promote the interests of our organization and our members to the Haitian community. We strive to make a difference by educating the public about Haiti’s rich culture and expanding our reach to other cultural communities.


The Minority Engineering Educational Task, also known as the Rutgers Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers. We are an organization dedicated to ensuring academic excellence, community outreach, cultural responsibility, and professional success among minority engineers.


Black Voice/Carta Latina (BVCL) is the oldest black/latino student-run publication on the Rutgers University, New Brunswick campus.


fusing various styles of music into their worship services, including African American spirituals, hymns, and sacred songs.


National Association of Black Journalist. Progressing the modern day journalism


Breeding excellent women and leaders of integrity, vision, mission, and love, in lieu of the African history and experience, both on the continent and in the Diaspora.


Official Twitter of the Rutgers New Brunswick Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Chapter #2782


EOPSA (Educational Opportunity Program Student Association) is the Rutgers University EOF Student Organization. Committed on acts such as legislative affairs, community service, and program planning, amongst other things, EOPSA is here to serve the Rutgers EOF student population


Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence while providing service and advocacy to our communities.


The purpose of this student organization is to provide academic and cultural integration assistance of African students, friends of Africa and also to provide a medium for social and intellectual interaction.


Black Student Involvement creates community through our advisement of students and student organizations, who self-identify as being a part of the African Diaspora & promotes opportunities for leadership and civic engagement.



They’ve been at Rutgers–New Brunswick for more than 165 years. Join a fraternity or sorority and make lifelong friends, do good works, and have fun.



All student organizations who participate in community service are invited to be a part of the Community Service Council.  The Community Service Council is a branch of the Student Volunteer Council, which coordinates community service opportunities for Rutgers University.


All student organizations who participate in community service are invited to be a part of the Community Service Council.  The Community Service Council is a branch of the Student Volunteer Council, which coordinates community service opportunities for Rutgers University.

By participating in the Community Service Council, organizations will learn to create meaningful service experiences, collaborate, and network with service-oriented student leaders.


Monday, February 16 at 9:30pm
College Avenue Student Center, Room 411C

Community Service Storytelling: Groups will learn techniques for telling their community service story and promoting their events.  Attendees will have the opportunity to share their stories and be promoted through Community Service at Rutgers social media outlets.


Wednesday, March 11 at 9:00pm
College Avenue Student Center, Cap & Skull Room

Community Partner Panel: Groups will meet with community partners in New Brunswick and surrounding communities to learn how to best serve their needs on and off-campus.


Monday, April 6 at 9:30pm
College Avenue Student Center, Cap & Skull Room

Find Your Passion: Groups will reflect on their community service passion and receive a “Passion Planner” to help guide them through their community service experiences.



Volunteering helps people, makes you feel good, and provides important life skills. Find local volunteer happenings and even track your volunteer hours. Find service organizations and volunteer—down the street, throughout New Jersey, across the nation, or around the world.
Student Involvement serves over 450 student organizations and their student leaders through advisement, organizational development programs and support services. These groups fall into the categories of Academic, Community Service, Cultural, Engineering, Environmental & Biological Sciences, Honorary, Leisure, Mason Gross, Media, Performing Arts, Pharmacy, Philanthropic, Religious, Religious Cultural, Social Action/Political, and Special Interest organizations.

In collaboration with the other areas of the Student Affairs, we facilitate interactions among students, faculty, and staff that focus on student growth and development, students as partners in the creation and implementation of co-curricular activities, and participation in student organizations and their events. Student Involvement strives to provide quality advising to student organizations, and empower faculty & staff advisors by providing resources and support.

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