The University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus boasts over 800 clubs and organizations. Some of the most influential and active organizations are our 2nd floor cultural centers in Coffman Union. The state-of-the-art 2nd floor offers space for studying and community gathering. Each cultural center provides educational opportunities, social connections, and a safe space for their identity group.
Black Student Union (BSU)
Al-Madinah Cultural Center (AMCC)
Let’s Talk is a program that provides informal drop-in consultations at locations around campus for U of M students throughout the academic year. No appointment is necessary, so you can drop in during the scheduled times. Let’s Talk is not a substitute for formal counseling and does not constitute mental health treatment, but counselors can listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions and give information about other resources.
Let’s Talk consultations are:
- No appointment necessary-first-come, first-served basis
Let's Talk is the best fit for:
- Students who are not sure about counseling and wonder what it’s like to talk with a counselor
- Students who are not interested in ongoing counseling but would like the perspective of a counselor
- Students who have a specific problem and would like someone with whom to talk it through
- Students who have a concern about a friend and want some thoughts about what to do
Questions about Let’s Talk? Check out the Let's Talk FAQs
Begreekumn.org supports 4 different Greek councils at the University of Minnesota. Though each has its own unique characteristics, they come together to create one flourishing community. Explore what each council has to offer and find your place within the Greek community.
Student Counseling Services
Student Counseling Services (SCS) promotes student success through
- Individual and group counseling
- Classes, workshops, and presentations
- Consultation to faculty, staff, and students
Established in 1932, SCS services address a wide range of issues impacting student success, including:
- Mental health and life concerns
- Career Uncertainty
- Learning and Academic Skills Challenges
- Faculty/Staff-Student Communications
More Student Engagement Opportunities
Student engagement is more than being involved in activities and experiences; it is investing time and energy into intentionally learning about, reflecting on and understanding those experiences. Visit engage.umn.edu
Campus Climate: Everyone has a role to play in improving campus climate at the U. This website lists these many opportunities.
Student Unions & Activities provides a place with convenient services for a diverse community to get involved, experience events, and develop skills to enhance the social, educational, and cultural environment of the University of Minnesota. Visit sua.umn.edu.
Cultural Community Collective
Cultural Community Collective (CCC) exists to maintain and strengthen connections between diverse student groups while also serving the greater community, internally and externally. It is a place to appreciate and affirm all aspects of diversity and inclusion. All student groups are welcome! Meets bi-monthly.
Career planning is integral to your education, and career services staff will help you with many of your career-related needs. Visit your college’s career center to:
- Explore major and career options
- Identify skills and strengths
- Learn about tools to secure internships and full-time jobs
- Learn about graduate and professional school application process
Your guide to career resources at the University of Minnesota. Visit career.umn.edu