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Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is dedicated to developing leaders of tomorrow who will go on to fulfill the Air and Space Force missions, represent our core values, and live up to the rich history of Air Force ROTC. The Air Force ROTC program develops leaders by preparing students to become officers in the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force while earning a college degree. In AFROTC, you’ll not only build lifelong friendships, but you may also have the opportunity to pay for school through our scholarship programs. Most importantly, unlike many other college students, you’ll have a rewarding career waiting for you after graduation. We are located on the Tennessee State University (TSU) campus, just 10 minutes from Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt students who join our program will travel to our Detachment headquarters on the TSU campus for ROTC events. If you are interested in embarking on the adventure of a lifetime, please contact us at (615) 963-5931 for enrollment information.
Anchor Link is a crucial tool for student organizations, helping leaders engage with members, publicize events, post important news, or receive applications. As Vanderbilt’s student involvement system, it is the primary source for students to become involved on campus and manage their experiences outside the classroom. Anchor Link serves as the central calendar for student life and has groups for every registered student organization, residence hall, and living-learning community on campus as well as a variety of university departments, programs, and resources.
The Office of Arts & Campus Events (ACE) supports the major arts and campus programming initiatives on Vanderbilt’s campus: Vanderbilt Programming Board, Vanderbilt Performing Arts Community, Sarratt Art Studios, Sarratt Gallery, and the Sarratt Youth Art Institute. The mission of ACE is to facilitate and promote diverse programming for the Vanderbilt and Nashville community that cultivates social engagement, cultural enrichment, artistic exploration and intellectual growth.
Competing at the NCAA Division I level, Vanderbilt University is a member of the Southeastern Conference.
Vanderbilt Club Sports is a comprehensive 30+ team program that operates within the David Williams II Recreation and Wellness Center (Rec). The Club Sports program adheres to the Rec mission and creates an inclusive environment for its members. Club Sports are recreational, competitive, and open to all Vanderbilt students.
Registered student organizations (RSOs) can reserve event spaces and meetings rooms on campus through the Events at Vanderbilt office. Events at Vanderbilt also provides event support for RSOs by procuring tables, recommending, vendors, and other services.
Experience Vanderbilt (EV) is a student-led, university-supported initiative that provides undergraduate students who qualify for need-based financial aid with funding for extracurricular activities that have fees. These extracurricular activities include student organizations, club sports, arts, and cultural experiences, service trips, outdoor recreation trips, Greek Life, or any official Vanderbilt student organization that has fees associated with participation.
Membership in the Greek community provides students the opportunity to be part of a campus tradition dating back to Vanderbilt’s founding. The roughly thirty Greek organizations are rooted in founding principles that foster academic achievement, student involvement, service within the community, and lifelong friendships.
The Rec’s Intramural Sports program is an opportunity to play sports, build friendships, improve health, relieve stress, develop skills, and have fun! With a variety of team sports and tournaments offered throughout the year, come out and join an IM team today!
The Office of Student Leadership Development (OSLD) aims to foster a community where all students have the opportunity to engage in valuable leadership development experiences. OSLD serves to raise awareness of leadership resources that exist to help all students engage in meaningful and positive change during their time at Vanderbilt.
Vanderbilt offers more than 500 student-led organizations that help student members and leaders facilitate personal development, improve leadership skills, and foster a sense of community on campus. The Office of Student Organizations and Governance works with organizations in the following categories: Academic, Arts, Cultural, Graduate, Programming, Religious, and Service.
The Vanderbilt Student Government (VSG) represents the interests of Vanderbilt undergraduates to university administrators, faculty, staff, and others in the Nashville and Tennessee communities. VSG’s goal is to empower students to pursue their passions and feel at home in their college environment.