Do you want to be a leader on your campus? Are you excited to make a difference about issues you care about? Do you want to get involved, but aren’t sure where to start?
Below are just a few great student groups to check out. Find a local group or chapter today, or start your own, and be ready to make a big difference on your campus and beyond come fall.
Young Americans for Liberty and Students for Liberty
YAL and SFL are national and international networks of liberty loving students (respectively). With student groups and local events across the country, these student-run organizations are a great way to get involved on campus and beyond.
Students for Sensible Drug Policy
SSDP is a grassroots-based, issue-focused organization of students pushing for sensible drug reform. SSDP has groups on campuses all across the country, so it’s easy to find a student group and get involved.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
FIRE fights for individual rights on campus, including the essential right of free speech, through student resources and litigation. In addition to providing legal help to students whose rights are violated, FIRE also provides student resources and has a speaker bureau to help student leaders raise awareness.