Are you looking for fun ways to get involved on campus? Maybe you are a freshman, a transfer student, or a returning student that wants to know more. One easy way, is to go to the Beaver Organization Bash Wednesday, Sept. 6, 4:30-7:00 p.m. The event will be on the Lakeside Lawn unless the weather interferes (look on Beaverlink/Corp app for any changes) and is free for all students.

The Beaver Organization Bash, also called the B.O.B, is biannually hosted by the Hobson Memorial Union—once each semester. At the B.O.B, a lot of the 100+ campus clubs and organizations set up booths. It is a great way for students to learn about organizations all in one place from the members themselves.

Currently, there are 107 clubs and organizations registered with more joining every year. One of the newest clubs is the Bird Watching Club.

Nolan Brey, former chancellor of the Bird Watching club said, “The Bird Watching club is all about appreciating the outdoors and having fun outside at your own pace.” They have a Facebook page and host fun events for students on campus—in the past they held an event where you could make your own bird feeder.

There is a little bit of everything represented at the event including the Ballroom Dance Club, American Fisheries Association, Dive Club, Phoenix Club, Otaku Society, Wiffle Ball Club, Puzzle Club, BSUSA Student Senate, Rugby Club and Relay for Life.

Sam Galatz, the Phoenix club co-president said, “The Phoenix is BSU’s club for LGBTQIA2S+ people and thier allies, advocates and supporters.” They want to help make LGBTQ+ students feel safe and accepted.

Organizations can also be major specific like the Criminal Justice Club, Accounting Club, Spanish Club, Psychology Club, Social Work Club, Student Nursing Association, Pre-Law Society and Students for the Environment.

Jordan Huntbatch, former VP of the Accounting club said, “The Accounting Club hosts around four events a semester [usually public accounting firms], for anyone interested in the accounting profession.”

Riley Irish, President of the Criminal Justice club said, “The CJ club is all about making a difference in the school and community.” Irish also said that the Criminal Justice club is a great way for students to get volunteer hours, because they do a lot of volunteering.

Being involved looks great on a resume, gives people experience outside of class, and offers an opportunity to make new friends. For more information about the event and student organizations, checkout Beaverlink at