Collaboration and engagement are hallmarks of the academic experience at DigiPen, but that doesn’t stop at schoolwork. As a DigiPen student, we encourage you to get involved, meet new people, and have an active life outside of your studies. Student clubs and organizations are great ways to accomplish all three.
A Sample of Active Student Clubs:
Voice Acting Club
The Voice Acting Club’s goal is to pursue writing, acting, and vocal technique together. It also provides an opportunity for students to receive additional information from professionals in the field of voice acting.
FIRST Robotics Mentorship Program
A volunteer organization that supports the local robotics community by volunteering at events and mentoring K-12 students in STEM, marketing and PR, leadership, communication, and more.
The People Respecting Individuals and Sexual Minorities (PRISM) Club serves as DigiPen’s student-run LGBTQ+ Club and Gay-Straight Alliance. PRISM promotes tolerance and respect for all gender identities and sexual orientations both on DigiPen’s campus and in the entertainment industry.
Cage of the Week Club
Cage of the Week Club meets once a week to watch and discuss Nicolas Cage movies. This social group is a great way for students to unwind as they joke around and heckle bad acting.
Dragon Athletics organizes games of basketball, soccer, tennis, and other sports throughout the year. The group is also a place for members to share fitness tips and talk about how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Tech Art Club
Tech Art Club helps members learn more about one of the fastest growing fields in professional art production. The club also brings in industry veterans to talk to students about developments in the world of technical art.
There are dozens of clubs open to all students spanning interests in gaming, science, art, culture, and more. Clubs are completely student-driven, which means they vary from year to year. If you don’t see a club you want to get involved in, why not organize one yourself? DigiPen provides student clubs with meeting spaces, promotional opportunities, and even funds to hold events or bring speakers to campus.
Contact The Office of Student Engagement with any questions.