Clubs & organizations

You never know where you'll find an opportunity to change the world.

Joining a student club will bring you closer to people who share your interests and values. People who, like you, want to do creative and courageous things.

Read on to find a group that's right for you. Or, start your own.

Student-led groups

RRUSA: Royal Roads University Student Association

RRUSA is the voice of undergraduate & graduate students. This group leads campus activities and events for students as well as collaborates with university leadership on special projects. Plus, the association oversees U-Pass and the undergraduate extended health plan. RRUSA elections are held every year.

How to start a club

To start a club or organization, contact Student Services or the Royal Roads University Student Association.

Edit your club's listing

If you're part of a Royal Roads student-led group that isn't listed on this page, or you'd like to update your club's information, email Student Services.

Royal Roads community groups

Royal Roads champions campus-wide groups that are open to students, faculty and staff.

Diversity Action Group

The Diversity Action Group is a working group of students, faculty and staff. DAG champions inclusivity and the full participation of all members of our Royal Roads family in the life of the university community.

The group supports diversity-related initiatives and events, raises awareness about issues, and informs and educates our community on the experience of people from different backgrounds.

RRU Proud

Students, faculty and staff at Royal Roads come together to create RRU Proud, a safe and inclusive community for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, queer and questioning members of our university family.

Through RRU Proud, 2SLGBTQI+ individuals and allies share resources and provide outreach at activities and events.

This group also coordinates Positive Space Network workshops. These workshops introduce participants to skills and strategies to help them create safer and more inclusive environments for all members of the Royal Roads community.