Committees & Organizations

Interested in Joining a Committee?

Student Community Government, Inc. has a number of corporation and college committees affiliated with its day-to-day operation. If you can’t make the commitment to join Student Parliament, joining a committee is a great way to make a difference in your campus community. Visit our office to fill out a committee application today!

SCG, Inc. Committees and Commissions

RICS Committees Commissions with Student Reps

  • Committee on Academic Advising
  • Academic Integrity Board
  • Committee on Academic Policies and Procedures
  • Academic Standing Committee
  • Academic Technology Advisory Committee
  • Calendar Committee
  • Campus Store Advisor Committee
  • Committee on College Lectures
  • Committee on General Education
  • Committee on College Mission and Goals
  • Council of Rhode Island College
  • Library Advisory Committee
  • Performing & Fine Arts Commission
  • Student Conduct Board
  • Student-Design Course & Concentration Subcommittee
  • Committee on Student Life
  • Student Union Advisory Board
  • Traffic and Parking Committee
  • Advisory Committee on Undergraduate Admissions Policy
  • Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
  • Vision 2020

Interested in Joining a Committee or Organization?

How About an Organization?

Student Community Government, Inc., oversees over 50 clubs and organizations at RIC. Stop by our office for more information on how to join an organization or how to start your own!

Clubs & Organizations

  • 401 Sound
  • Accounting Association
  • Active Minds
  • Advocacy & Beyond Club (ABC)
  • American Marketing Association (AMA)
  • Anchor (Newspaper)
  • Anchor TV
  • Anthropos
  • Asian Student Association (ASA)
  • Association of Computer Machinery (ACM)
  • Bachelor of Social Work Org. (BSWO)
  • Ballroom Dance Club
  • Biology Club
  • Bringing Books to Life
  • Cape Verdean Student Assn (CVSA)
  • Cat Coalition
  • Chess Club
  • Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society
  • Club Mudd
  • Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Org. (CEO)
  • Communications Club
  • Cooperative Preschool
  • English Club
  • Environmental Club
  • Feminists United
  • French Club
  • Freshman Class of 2020
  • Games and Merriment Enthusiasts of RIC (GAMER)
  • Harambee
  • Healthcare Admins (RICHA)
  • Helping Others Promote Equality (HOPE)
  • Henry Barnard School Mentors
  • Hip Hop Dance Organization
  • Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
  • Italian Language and Culture Club
  • Junior Class of 2018
  • Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society
  • Latin American Student Org (LASO)
  • L.I.F.E : Live, Inspire, Fight, Educate
  • Middle School Assn. (NSTA)
  • Musical Theater Club
  • National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)
  • National Science Teachers Assn (NSTA)
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)
  • National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)
  • National Student Speech Language Hearing Assn (NSSLHA)
  • Ocean State Film Society
  • Otaku
  • Physical Science Club
  • Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society
  • Psi Chi Honor Society
  • Political Science Club
  • Portuguese Language
  • Pre-Law Society
  • Programming Event Board
  • Psych Society
  • Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
  • Relay for Life
  • Resident Student Association (RSA)
  • RIC Educators of Social Studies (RICESS)
  • Senior Class of 2017
  • Shoreline
  • Ski & Snowboard Club
  • SkillsUSA
  • Sociology & Justice Studies Club
  • Sojourn Collegiate Ministry
  • Sophomore Class of 2019
  • Spanish Club
  • Spoken
  • Student Nurses Association (SNA)
  • Student Veterans Organization (SVO)
  • Student of Amalgamated Philosophy (SOAP)
  • Tonally Awesome
  • Visiting International Student Assn. (VISA)
  • Women of Color
  • WXIN (Radio Station)
  • Youth Development Org.

Greek Life

  • Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority (AST) – National Panhellenic sorority founded on November 4, 1899 at Michigan State Normal College (now Eastern Michigan University). The sorority has more than 80 active chapters and colonies nationwide. Alpha Sigma Tau has a long history of philanthropy and community service. The Sorority’s official philanthropy is Pine Mountain Settlement School, and its official service project is Habitat for Humanity. Additionally, individual collegiate and alumnae chapters coordinate local philanthropic fundraisers and service projects
  • Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
  • Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity
  • Kappa Sigma Fraternity
  • Omega Phi Beta Sorority
  • Phi Mu Delta Fraternity
  • Theta Phi Alpha Sorority