Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed service fraternity that has set the standard for college campus-based volunteerism since 1925. We strive to help each individual member develop leadership skills and experience meaningful friendship and service.
The Beta Pi chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity was founded in 1889, and has since developed a strong presence with 53 current members, many of whom are involved in leadership positions in many organizations throughout the Vanderbilt community.
Divinity School Organization that facilitates community and fellowship through a bi-weekly happy hour.
ADRO promotes information about alternative dispute resolution (ADR) through discussion, speakers, conferences, and more. ADRO also provides networking opportunities in the ADR field to law students and members of the legal community.
A local and global change agent that seeks to promote and facilitate alternative gift giving by bringing together benevolent campus and community organizations.
Visit us at our new website: vandyasb.org! ASB is Vanderbilt's largest student-run organization and the premier alternative break program in the nation.
Alternative Winter Break is a student-run service organization that aims to promote critical thinking, social action, and community involvement. This is accomplished by combining education, reflection, and service on week-long service learning trips.
Alumni Lawn includes Barnard, Cole, McGill, McTyeire, Tolman, and Vanderbilt Halls.
Cole and Tolman Halls are both located on central campus, and offer easy access to dining and classroom facilities. Cole houses 116 upperclass women mostly in single rooms, and Tolman houses 102 upperclass men in single and double rooms.
Vanderbilt University Office of Alumni Relations