The student organizations listed below are examples of clubs hosted by students and are often but not consistently recognized by the Office of Student Affairs and SGA. For a current list of currently recognized student organizations, please visit http://ducomsga.org/student-group-directory/.
Stitches is a club devoted to relieving stress through engaging in craft activities, specifically knitting, crocheting, and hand sewing. This club is open to individuals of all experience levels and it's a space to learn a new skill and decompress. Additionally, we offer charity projects for different skill levels as a means of giving back to the community. Some of the charity projects that are under consideration include: Knit a Square, Red Scarf Project, Preemie Hats, and Octopus for a Preemie.
Board Game Club
Come and get to know your College of Medicine family by playing board games as a member of the College of Medicine Board Game Club. Whether you're a veteran board game player or barely know how to play tic-tac-toe, come and have some fun trying out board games and making new friends. We'll gladly teach all members how to play any of the games we have. If you own any board games that you want to play, please bring them to our meetings. But don't worry, even if you don't have any games to bring, you're still welcome to join in on the fun! The goal is to have fun, but friendly competition is always welcome. While being fun, board games can also be a great way to build teamwork skills, expand your vocabulary, and learn new trivia. We look forward to having you as member of the College of Medicine Board Game Club.
The goal of the College of Medicine Culinary Club is to provide a platform for students to explore their interests in the culinary arts, educate our students about the impacts of food access and quality on health outcomes, and provide outreach initiatives to foster connection within the Philadelphia community.
The Gardening Club promotes health, wellness, and community building, while also providing a social outlet for College of Medicine students to interact and learn about plants. We offer students a connection to the outdoors and encourage them to raise plants from mere seeds till their eventual maturation for harvesting.
College of Medicine Trivia is a student organization that aims to connect students with similar interests in general knowledge. Our group will be hosting recreational trivia sessions and contests on a diverse range of topics including history, sciences, arts, pop culture, and more, testing the extent of what we know outside of medical school. We strive to create a friendly environment where students can compete, regardless of previous experience. students are free to participate alone or form teams during trivia sessions. We hope that this will provide an additional platform for students to learn from each other and form new relationships.