Vanderbilt Student Government’s mission is to enrich and improve the undergraduate experience through proactive advocacy on behalf of students, collaborative partnerships with administrators and faculty, and relevant, innovative services.
To provide Vanderbilt students the opportunity to practice and/or perform different dance styles as individuals and/or as a crew, focusing on popping, breakdancing, and hip hop; and to spread the infectious love of dance through workshops and performance
We are a student-run on-campus bike rental business, and we strive to make your transportation experience as efficient as possible! Visit our website (vanderbikesrentals.com) to find out more or place a rental order!
Provide our members with opportunities to gain actuarial knowledge and to apply what they learn through two tracks: group projects and financial products design competitions.
Student organization dedicated to providing academic tutoring and mentoring for socioeconomically disadvantaged and other at-risk children in the Nashville community.
The Vanderbilt AIAA student chapter is a volunteer student organization that promotes aerospace engineering activities at Vanderbilt. It also conducts aerospace educational outreach to Middle Tennessee middle and high schools.
To empower students and cognitively impaired individuals to break through the social and interpersonal boundaries imposed by Alzheimer's disease.
Vanderbilt AMA-TMA--Medical School Chapter connects VUSM to the AMA, TMA, and Nashville Academy of Medicine, creating opportunities for VUSM students to become more engaged in political advocacy at local, state, and national levels.
VANIME is an organization that discusses themes and ideas in various anime and manga, as well as explores aspects of Japanese culture found in these media.
V-ROTC is a student-run organization charged with exposing Commodores to the leadership values of the US Army, and to strengthen civil-military relations by creating a generation of informed leaders in both spheres through mutual exposure and education