STUDENT CLUBS

The University of Utah Asia Campus currently has 15+ active clubs and this number is growing at a rapid pace.

Current Clubs

We have clubs that span a number of interests. Whether you enjoy music, reading, sports or would prefer to focus on academics, there is a club for you. Click on the box below to learn more about the club and how to join.

UAC (Utah Asia Campus) media club that produce media production. Members are interested in media production, editing, promotion, and criticism. Its main presentation venue is a Youtube Channel.

If you have questions or wish to join, contact Guk Chan Cho chlmrcks@hanmail.net or Youn Un Lee expecta@naver.com

This is the first club at the University of Utah Asia Campus (UAC). United Sports Club supports UAC students to play various sports that they want; such as, soccer, basketball, and badminton, by allowing them to use the gym and equipment and USC also helps students to maintain their healthy lifestyle.

If you have questions or wish to join, contact Joann Yeonmyeong La joanla567@gmail.com

The volunteer club at the University of Utah Asia Campus focuses on the well-being of the school and societal community by building student volunteers as leaders in their selective communities

If you have questions or wish to join, contact Karis Han u1050936@utah.edu

Drawing club that will enhance future potential of students who are talented in drawing and art

If you have questions or wish to join, contact Aram Jeong normalbabo@naver.com

We are the club that anyone who likes music can join. We teach music, we perform music, we express our love of music by organizing programs. Anyone can start band in this club, or orchestra, or anything that relates music.

If you have questions or wish to join, contact Hochan (Jack) Lee kudo25@naver.com

Developing the leadership potential of youth through experiential learning, volunteer experiences and professional internships.

If you have questions or wish to join, contact Jake Ryu jake.ryu@utah.edu

The dance club is for students who want to relieve stress from their studies. It is not a competitive or professional club so anyone with an interest in dance is able to join

If you have questions or wish to join, contact Jaehee Park qkrwogml4159@gmail.com

The club is to help students understand and experience more about acting and drama.

Please contact Ye Sul Ahn u1022499@utah.edu

Create Myself, or CreaM, is made to promote UAC students’ inner and outer beauty, healthy lifestyles, and fashion styles. CreaM members will learn skills needed to produce various make-up styles, hairstyles, nail art, and fashion styles. They will also learn exercising tips and healthy diet habits to take care of their physical body as well as mental health.

Please contact Somi Ryu at u1053115@utah.edu

Student Autonomy Online News is University Press. We report many issues at the UAC, IGC, and SongDo, Incheon, Korea.

If you have questions or wish to join, contact NamKyung Steven Kim u1068007@utah.edu

Our goal is to bring together the student body by providing a comfortable environment where students can learn about a variety of baking skills.

If you have questions or wish to join, contact  Irene Lee snowstorm331@gmail.com

This student organization is for anyone who would like to learn and practice parliamentary debate. All are welcome!

If you have questions or wish to join, contact  Joonho Noh  joonho.noh@gmail.com or Dabin Kim u1064429@utah.edu

Mixed Martial Arts Club is the mixed martial arts organization on campus. The purpose is to train both the body and the mind so that the members will stay healthy both mentally and physically.

If you have questions or wish to join, contact  Hanbi Song mysteryfruits96@gmail.com

An opportunity for students to learn the art of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and basic self-defense skills.

If you have questions or wish to join, contact  Hyun Woo Jo whgusdn1741@gmail.com

Create a Club

Don’t see a club? Consider starting one.

First you need an idea. Then you need members. Your group must have at least three members on its roster to become an active group. Select an advisor from the faculty and staff at the UAC who can help you through the process of creating a constitution which you will submit through the student government website at the University of Utah. After this is approved, you will officially be a new student club at the University of Utah and eligible to apply for funding!

The University of Utah uses a student group website called OrgSync. To register your group and to learn how to write a constitution, go to Start a Group http://asuu.utah.edu/start-a-group