Clubs & Organizations
UArts is home to nearly 25 clubs and organizations that are just as creative as our students.
Expand your experience beyond the classroom by joining a club! There's something for everyone including visual arts, music, performing arts, advocacy and more.
Click on each club to learn more and to contact them.
The African Diaspora Collective (ADC) is a student led organization dedicated to saturating the University of the Arts community in diverse programming, community outreach and cultural awareness for students of African descent (emphasizing African American and Latinx communities).
The Chinese Association at UArts (CAU) was created to welcome Chinese students to UArts, build community and provide support while transitioning into the campus community. This organization welcomes anyone who wants to join!
Christian Fellowship is a place for students to come to talk about God in a safe and open environment. They seek to share the message of Jesus throughout campus by lifting one another up.
The Epsilon Phi (Philadelphia City-Wide) Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was chartered on March 27, 1966. This chapter serves Drexel University, Jefferson University, St. Joe's University, LaSalle University and University of the Arts! This organization is a sisterhood of predominantly Black women, founded at Howard University on January 13th, 1913.
Every Nation Campus UArts is the UArts chapter of the Every Nation Campus movement organized by Freedom Church. The student chapter is a church-based Christian organization that loves Jesus and strives to build a fun and supportive community.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) UArts Chapter works to establish community through various acts of service. They use their platform and creative outlets to inspire and cultivate an environment where they can define excellence for themselves while bringing together all people of color. The NAACP UArts Chapter works to ingrain anti-racist values within the UArts community, from the student body to the administration.
The purpose of the Queer, Trans, Non-Binary Club shall be to make brave space for LGBTQ+ people to come and talk about their shared/individual experiences. Also to make the LGBTQ+ community at UArts stronger through events, sharing resources and community work.
*At this time, UKA is inactive. For questions about UKA, please contact email@example.com*
UArts Korean Association (UKA) is a student-run organization that supports Korean students at UArts. The UKA plans activities and events to celebrate Korean culture with the UArts community.
Coffee Cup Cabaret is UArts' cabaret troupe, dedicated to putting on musical theater cabarets and coffeehouses in a safe and supportive space that is open to students of all majors. They aim to cultivate student creativity and collaboration through performance, rehearsal and outreach within the UArts and Philadelphia community.
Ignite Dance Collective emphasizes the importance of versatility for working artists. By training in commercial dance form, their members focus on authentic expression, accountability and creating a loving and supportive community. Ignite members also build useful skill sets while learning choreography and delivering various performances.
The UArts Chapter of the Pennsylvania Collegiate Music Educators Association/National Association for Music Education fosters an educational community within the music program at the University of the Arts, as well as provides Professional Development opportunities for future music educators.
The Royals Band Dance Line is dedicated to embodying and continuing the principles, traditions and culture of Historically Black College and University marching bands. They put an emphasis on a sense of community and family with every count, formation and step.
UArts Ballet Ensemble is a performance based organization that offers open membership to all students who are willing to further their experience in the art of Ballet. Diversity plays an important role in the principles of UArts Ballet Ensemble. Their mission is to spread the art and history of Ballet to the UArts community.
Our mission is to foster love and compassion through ministry, while maintaining an atmosphere that celebrates diversity.
The purpose of this organization shall be to provide an open and safe space for U Arts community members to participate in Ball Culture; to respect and uplift the art form devised by black-queer artists.
Visual & Media Arts
The Animation Club provides a safe and inclusive community for those interested in animation to collaborate and socialize with other members, share interests, and participate in animation-related challenges.
*This organization is currently inactive.*
The Metal Forging & Casting Club explores various techniques of working with metal. Specifically, they work with techniques involving the casting and forging of molten metal into tools, figures and other utilitarian or aesthetic pieces. All students are welcome to join as no prior experience is necessary.
The purpose of this organization shall be to enhance the professional growth of our members through networking opportunities, promotion, member support, advocacy and education, prioritizing participation in the national conference. Members will model the following core values: 1) Adhere to high ethical standards, 2) Demonstrate professionalism, 3) Promote competency through licensure and education, 4) Engage in visionary thinking, 5) Respect diversity, 6) Anticipate and meet member needs
UArts Comics & Prints focuses on having fun while creating different comics and zines. They host drawing workshops that teach techniques such as zine making and exquisite corpse, display artwork around campus and have a table at local functions. They also host social events such as movie nights and hangouts around the city.
Wellness & Recreations
The purpose of this organization is to create a safe space for UArts students to gather and learn about astrology, astronomy, and the spiritual world through meetings and events.
The purpose of this organization shall be to provide a welcoming and fun space for bakers of all levels to come together and bake. With biweekly baking sessions, members will share recipes, various techniques, and even chat about favorite baking and cooking shows.
The UArts Botany Club's mission is to create a space for open discussion about the growth and maintenance of plants, sustainability, and the natural world.
UArts Game Club's mission is to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone that loves games, both tabletop and virtual. They run weekly meetings that include various types of party and VR games, as well as DnD workshops and campaigns.
The purpose of this organization shall be to give students the opportunity to just relax and destress through coloring on a chosen evening after school.