Check out our student organizations and campus departments during virtual Laker Involvement Fairs! 

During the fair, students are able to virtually engage with representatives to connect and find out more about groups that interest them. 

Joining a student organization is a great way to expand your network while providing opportunities for social engagement!

*Laker Involvement Fairs are a virtual version of our traditional Campus Life Night event.

 

How it works

Students

  1. Sign in to LakerLink (our student organization database) and RSVP for the Involvement Fair.
  2. At the time of the event, log back into LakerLink and click on the event. Interact live with the student organizations through their provided virtual meeting links. 
  3. If you're interested, request to join the group, and get involved!

Schedule

There are multiple Involvement Fairs scheduled the first few weeks of the fall semester. Each Involvement Fair includes different organizations or departments. 

Explore which student organizations and campus departments are participating on specific dates with the buttons provided below. 

Sunday, September 13

RecFest from 4-7 p.m.

 This year, we're offering ways to connect with Recreation & Wellness and Club Sports virtually on September 13 from 4-7 p.m. Participating in Recreation & Wellness or joining a Club Sport is a great way to expand your network while providing opportunities for social engagement!

  • Learn about RecWell programs and services - Fitness & Wellness, Outdoor Adventures, Sports Programs
  • Learn how to get involved in other special events 
  • Learn about employment opportunities  

Find more information and RSVP for RecFest

View Club Sports Participating Organizations

Student Organizations from 7-9 p.m.

You’ll be able to browse different organizations and meet with org leaders via Zoom. Looking for a specific student org? Wondering which one is right for you? Check out our list of participating organizations prior to the event so you know which ones to connect with during the fair!

Categories of organizations include:

  • Academic and Professional, Professional Fraternities, and Honor Societies
  • Interfaith, Cultural, Service & Advocacy, and Student Senate
  • Media, Performing Arts, Special Interest, Fraternities& Sororities

RSVP for this Involvement Fair

View Participating Student Organizations


Registration

Students:

Students may RSVP for the Involvement Fair session with the link provided. An RSVP is not required to participate, however those who do sign up will receive reminder notifications.

Organizations:

Registration info for Registered Student Organizations, Businesses, Campus Departments, and Nonprofits is located in the dropdown boxes.

The individual listed as your Primary Contact in your organization's LakerLink page will receive an invite to register for the event. Student Organizations will also need to set up a Zoom meeting and provide the link when registering, that coincides with the Involvement Fair you will be participating in. This way you can meet students virtually and promote your group live during the event. 

How to change your Primary Contact

How to set up a free Business Zoom Account

Unfortunately this year we will be unable to accommodate business participation in our student involvement fairs. Alternatively there are marketing opportunities with our school newspaper The Lanthorn . If you are interested in purchasing a Lanthorn advertisement please contact Jonathan Snedeker

Whomever is listed as the campus department's Primary Contact in LakerLink will receive an invite to participate in all of our virtual fair options. Campus departments are welcome to participate in all or any of the fairs that they choose.  

If you do not have a LakerLink page for your campus department, please contact Eric Stevens in the Office of Student Life to have one created for you.

Unfortunately this year, we will be unable to accommodate nonprofit participation in our student involvement fairs.

If you are looking for an opportunity to engage directly with GVSU students, consider participating in the virtual Careers in Nonprofit and Public Service Fair on October 12 from 4-5:30 p.m. For more information and to register, visit the Career Fairs on Handshake page.

You may also share your volunteer, internship or job postings on Handshake. This system will allow students campus-wide to learn more about opportunities with your organization. You can also contact the Community Service Learning Center for information on how to connect with students.


Students wearing matching t-shirts at the 2018 Class Photo.

Students walking away from Cook Carillon-Tower with the words "LakerLink" above their heads.

A student at a greek life information booth.

Getting involved through the Office of Student Life will help you become all that you can be, and you might just have some fun along the way too.

LakerLink is the only way to find all the Registered Student Organizations on campus from anywhere in the world. Start your student org search now!

The easiest way to become more than just another student is getting involved with the Student Life and doing so couldn't be any easier!


The Office of Student Life is a department of the Division of Student Affairs of Grand Valley State University.