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United Student Government Club Committee. From left to right: Lina Fu, Toyo Adebayo, Na'im Pretlow, Crystal Yacoub, Maci Kendrick, Christina Reinhard.
United Student Government

How to Start a Club or be Reinstated as a Club

Find 10 students interested in your club (you must have a minimum of 10 students, including yourself, to start a club)

  • Find an advisor. 
  • Pick a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer from among your members
  • Write a Club Constitution
  • Fill out the New Club/Org Application (PDF located on this page)
  • Obtain all necessary signatures
  • Submit to USG for approval!

Full List of Clubs

Accounting Club

Active Minds

Amrhein Investment Club

American Association of University Women (AAUW)

American Chemical Society (ACS)

American Sign Language Club (ASL)

Art Club

Badminton Club

Benigna Yearbook

Black Student Union (BSU)

Brain Club

Colleges Against Cancer

Commuter Student Associations (CSA)

Comenian Newspaper

Creative Hounds

Delta Omicron: International Music Honor Fraternity

Environmental Coalition (ECO)

Equestrian Club

German Club

Habitat for Humanity

Hiking Club

Hillel Society

History Club

Hound Pack

Ice Hockey Club

Interfraternity Council (IFC)

International Club

Latino Student Union (LSU)

Love Your Melon

Mathematics Society

Middle Eastern Club

Moravian Mathematical Society

Newman Association

Moravian Business Leaders

Moravian College Christian Fellowship

Moravian College Republicans


Operation Smile

Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK)

Pre-Law & Sociology Club

Public Health Club

Panhellenic Council

Political Awareness Association

Pre-Health Club

Religious Studies Society

Rugby Club

Saudi Student Club

Students Helping Honduras


Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Spanish Club

Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

Student Christian Community (RUF)

Student Nurses Association (SNA)

Theatre Club

Tutor Advisory Board

Video Game Club

Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)

Radio Club

Zinzendorf Literary Society

Advisor Requirements

Taken from the USG Constitution (III.2.D):

D.  All clubs must have a full time Moravian faculty/staff/administrator advisor

     a.  The advisor must attend a minimum of two (2) meetings with the club, per semester

Additional Notes:

As an advisor to a USG funded club or organization, it will be your duty to ensure the proper functionality of the club/org. This includes overseeing spending habits by signing off on USG vouchers, informing USG of any issues that may arise and helping to ensure the club/org is following both their own Constitution and Bylaws as well as the USG Constitution and Supplement Document.