Clubs, Clubs, Clubs for

Post feels like a family – in large part because of the active student-run campus clubs and organizations. The majority of Post students are involved in at least one club. It’s an easy way to meet friends and have some fun outside of your classes.


What does Post have for on campus clubs?

There are more than 20 clubs to choose from – and you’re welcome to join any of them! 

Student talking with an advisor


Student talking with an advisor


Student talking with an advisor


Student talking with an advisor



Academic clubs that complement your area of focus.

Accounting Society

Whether you’re majoring in accounting or just interested in the subject, the Accounting Society offers students opportunities to participate in industry-related events and meet with professionals in the field! The Accounting Society also hosts our annual “Majors Gathering” and community service events that bring together students across programs and interests.

Child Studies Club

The Child Studies Club is one of Post’s newest organizations, offering opportunities for students of all majors to gain knowledge and skills applicable to early childhood education as well as careers that focus on issues that impact family and young children such as legal studies, human services, criminal justice, and business. The club works with the Child Studies and Early Childhood Education departments to sponsor activities such as social and community service events like “Story Time” during Read Across America week, as well as opportunities to advocate for quality early care and education through creating awareness, building support, working for change, developing professionalism, promoting child and family issues, and informing public policy.

Criminal Justice Club

The Criminal Justice Club works in conjunction with the Criminal Justice Department and strives to educate you and the community on your rights, the criminal justice system and today’s most critical world issues. The club is open to all students and offers opportunities to make new friends with similar interests!

Emergency Management & Homeland Security Club

The Emergency Management & Homeland Security Club hosts events open to all. From public lectures with industry pros to social events on and off campus, the club focuses on empowering and educating the Post community on emergency response and campus security.

Investment Club (IC)

The Investment Club is open to all students interested in learning about investment and participating in networking opportunities. As a student-led organization, the IC offers a blend of practical experience and finance education through job-shadowing and career-ready events.

Limitless S.T.E.M. Club

The Limitless S.T.E.M. Club offers unlimited opportunities for you to get involved in science, technology, engineering, and math activities on campus and explore career paths regardless of major. The S.T.E.M. club is open to everyone and hosts events throughout the school year like “Exam Cram,” where students come together to study for midterms and finals.

Psychology & Human Services Club (PHS)

The Psychology & Human Services Club is open to any student interested in psychology or related fields. PHS hosts campus-wide events, including Thriller Movie Nights that encourage community bonding and guest speaker events that empower students on their career paths.


Groups that promote inclusion and making a difference.

Black Student Union (BSU)

The Black Student Union empowers students to take an active role in today’s issues through academic programming and social events in a culturally-inclusive environment. As an active on campus organization open to all, BSU hosts a variety of events throughout the school year including Sip & Study, Forever Linked, and Diversity Dine-In. Check them out on Instagram.

Empowering Peers Inspiring Community (EPIC)

EPIC is a peer network of Post University students that encourages healthy and balanced lifestyles. Members of Empowering Peers Inspiring Community participate in various on campus, student-led programs and initiatives that support a strong mind and body.

International Students Club (ISC)

No matter where you come from, the International Students Club is the place to broaden your horizons and make friends from different places. Meet students from all over the world right on campus, represent your country at events, and celebrate other cultures in collaboration with other clubs.

Los Latinos Club

Los Latinos Club is an organization with the mission to celebrate Latin American cultures and preserve their heritage. As a member of Los Latinos, you can participate in educating and empowering the Post community to embrace Latin and Hispanic traditions through campus-wide events.

Newman Club

If you’re looking for a new way to exercise your faith, the Newman Club is open to all students. With weekly prayer sessions, events for Lent and other holidays, you can keep in touch with your spirituality right here on campus.


Clubs that prepare you for leadership and lifelong success.

Honors Club

The Honors Club hosts a variety of events and activities for all Post students. From on campus events like Homecoming Week and Cupcakes & Coloring to community giving opportunities like the Waterbury Food Pantry and Safe Haven donations, the Honors Club empowers you to be active in and out of the classroom.

Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association and its members represent the student body and all of its organizations. As a liaison between students and university administration, SGA supports student-led initiatives and provides funding for active clubs. Elections are open to all students.

Residence Hall Association (RHA)

The Residence Hall Association represents Post University residents and strives to enhance the on campus experience for all students, including those who live off campus. RHA encourages a sense of “community family” through student-led initiatives and events open to on campus, commuter, and online students.

Baldridge Ambassadors

The Baldrige Ambassador Club is a student-led club that focuses on efforts in social responsibility, leadership, and community service. This club formed in early 2021 and quickly immersed in the charitable and school spirit-based initiatives. In addition to the Stock the Pantry, to date the club has sponsored candy grams to Post student-athletes, postcards to HSA students in Oxford, CT, participated in The United Way Reads 2021 campaign. The club is highly motivated to contribute to the Post and Waterbury community


From games to recreation, these clubs let you unwind and have fun.

Avis Gaming Association

Who says gaming isn’t a sport? The Avis Gaming Association is open to all – whether you’re an avid gamer or a dabbler looking to make new friends. From board games to video games, the Avis Gaming Association is looking for players just like you!

Billiards Club

Learn how to play, strategize, and win the classic game of pool while making connections with other students. The Billiards Club hosts a variety of tournaments throughout the school year for players of all levels. Everyone has a chance to play, no experience required.

Equine Club & Team

The Equine Club is a competitive team of collegiate riders that brings together horse lovers of all levels to learn about all aspects of horse life – from equine care and riding to adoption events and food drives.


When can I sign up for clubs?

You can sign up for a club at anytime, but we recommend signing up either before the semester starts or at the annual Club & Activities Fair in the fall to get the full experience.


Can I join more than one club?

Definitely! You can check out the meeting times of all the different clubs offered at Post and pick the ones that suit your interests and fit your schedule.

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