Clubs and Organizations

Student Involvement

Currently, students are actively involved in 21 social and educational clubs. Clubs form of building community during your Franklin Pierce experience. Through social and educational clubs, students develop leadership skills as they develop club and campus programs. These student run, organized, and implemented groups are recognized by the Student Government Association and supported by the department of Student Involvement.


Active Clubs

Anime Club

Anthropology Club
The Anthropology club gives you the opportunity to experience different cultures of the world by visiting museums, listening to lectures, and through hands-on work. You do not have to be an Anthropology major to join this club!

Best Buddies
Become a part of Best Buddies, a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one freindships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and develomental disabilities. Best Buddies was brought to Franklin Pierce University in 2014 with hopes of spreading the mission of Best Buddies through the campus and the community, while raising awareness for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Criminal Justice Club
This educational club will provide you with knowledge in the Criminal Justice world, along with helping you develop contacts and opportunities in this career field. You will be able to raise awareness about crime and justice issues within Franklin Piece University and the community as a whole. 

Dramatic Effect
As the Theatre Club at Franklin Pierce, our mission is to encourage the Arts on campus both during and outside of classes. Our purpose is to bring laughter, joy, and entertainment to the students, faculty, and staff of Franklin Pierce University. We believe that the best way to inspire and empower thespians is to create productions done entirely by students, from directing tech and stage. We host different singing and theatrical events such as "Riff offs", small kits, and sing alongs. Our biggest events are our annual or semi-annual productions put on entirely by students. Our club meets weekly to discuss events and multiple times a week for extended periods of time during production. 

Education Club
This club focuses on providing you with tools and experiences that will enhance the skillset need for all levels of education.

Film Club

Fine Arts Club

Writers Bloc

Gamers Club
Enjoy role-playing, video games and other forms of entertainment that are video game based? Joing the Gamers Club where there are gaming events and tournaments throughout the year that will test your skills as a gamer, while giving you the opportunity to have fun with other members of the club.

Gay/Straight Alliance
GSA is committed to creating a safe, confidential environment for those who have or would like to learn about themselves in a comfortable supportive, environment. Join this club that wants to help educate the Franklin Pierce community about understanding and accepting that everyone is unique in their own way.

Global Citizens Club

Health Sciences Club
This educational club will provide you with knowledge in the world of Health Sciences, along with helping you develop contacts and opportunities in this career field.

History Club
This educational club will expand your knowledge on American and World History as well as provide you the opportunity to network with alumni in the field.

MEGGA (Men's Group)

Pierce Environmental Club

Public Health Club

Raven Thunder Dance Team
Become part of a fun recreational way to dance with pride and respect, while instilling school spirit throughout the Franklin Pierce University community.

SISTUHs (Women's Group)
This club providess a positive environment for all women in the Franklin Pierce Unviersity community, where you will learn about social, cultural and educational issues.

Spanish Club

The list of clubs and organizations is maintained to be as accurate and up-to-date as possible. The specific selection of opportunities for a particular semester depends on student involvement and interest. New clubs and organizations are formed regularly. 


Derek Scalia, Associate Director, Director of A.L.A.NA.

Student Involvement (603) 899-4152

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