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Student Groups to Join!

Acroyoga Club: To play and practice acroyoga together in community.

Contact Lindsey at for more information.


Awakening Goddesses: The intention of this group is to create a safe space for all who want to explore their inner goddess. Where we share joy, inspiration, wisdom, support, compassion, solace, liberation and peace through the exploration of the mind, body and soul.

Contact Kendra at or Anastasia at for more details.


Beats: A Naropan Periodical: Writing from a Place of Urgency.

Contact Eric at for more information.


Empathy Practice Group: Support students, especially counselors-in-training, grow their skills in presence, attunement, self-care, self-connection, and the crucial-for-counseling skill of empathy.

Contact Cheri Krause at for more information. 


Immediators: Using the practice of spontaneity and improvisation within collaboration to experience personal and collective realization.

Contact Joia at for more information.


International Student Group (ISG): The purpose of this group is to assist and support prospective and current students in their journey and integration at Naropa University and in Boulder.

Contact Rivi Marcus at for more information.


Latin Dance Club: The Latin Dance Club is a space for people to meet, have fun, learn partner dancing and gain a deeper understanding of Latin music and culture.

Contact Edward at for more information.


Naropa Alliance for Psychedelic Studies: We aim to educate the community and inspire dialogue about the historical and current convergence of psychedelics with psychology, spirituality, and science.

Contact Alyssa Gursky and Justin Weiss at for more information.


Naropa Game Night Club: It's easy to get caught up in the tides of student life. Between juggling classes, doing course work, and attempting to get a somewhat reasonable amount of sleep, one barely has any time to just relax and have fun. The Naropa Game Night group aims to remedy that with cards, board games, tabletop RPGs and good company. So swing by, grab a chair, and join us for an evening of entertainment.

Contact Zach at for more information.


Naropa Sexuality Forum: A sex positive student group for discussion, healing and empowerment for all issues relating to Sexuality

Contact Julian at for more information. 


Naropa Student Veterans & Warrior-Connected Group: The mission of the Naropa Student Veterans & Warrior-Connected group will be to provide six elements of intention. As a group we will use the following six elements as malleable guides to provide direction semester-to-semester. Service, Sustainability, Scholastic, Support, Space, Spirit.

Contact Joshua and Morgan at for more information.


R.O.O.T. (Reconnecting On Outer Terrain): Our mission is to reconnect ourselves to community and our own self on outer terrain via hiking and camping trips.

Contact Ben at for more information.


Students of Color and Allies: Students of Color & Allies (SOCA) is a group which focuses on creating a supportive space of rest and renewal for students of color, hosted by rotating members of the diversity team. The group is open to undergraduate and graduate students, staff, alumni, and faculty but centers on the student experience.

Contact Faridah at for more information.


Sound Healers Collective: Sound Healers Collective is a group space for sharing and experiencing sound healing in a variety of forms. One does not need to be a sound healer to be a part of our circle. The desire to receive sound healing is all that is required. Individuals wishing to share a sound healing skill are encouraged to reach out so that this can be arranged.

Contact Karambir at for more information.


Taiji Club: The Taiji Club seeks to share the relaxation and gentle inner strength of Taiji to encourage health and relieve stress as we bring together the Naropa community and the wider society.

Contact Saba at for more information.


Unified Voices in Uncertain Times: Unified Voices is a community joined together in solidarity which is dedicated to offering revitalizing support and to engaging in nonviolent action and resistance against our current political climate. We seek an alternative in the face of the hopelessness, depression, anxiety, despair, and overwhelm that many of us are experiencing in these uncertain times. Through unifying our voices, coming together in support, and taking action we seek to bring light in a time of darkness.

Contact Michele at for more information


Yoga Flow: To awaken the body and mind through a yoga flow practice.

Contact Dawn at for more information.

Fall 2016 Registered Student Organizations Roster (.docx, 15K)


Looking for opportunities for involvement on campus? Check out this roster of Registered Student Organizations! Email student org leaders to discuss getting involved with their club, group or organization. If you're still interested in starting your own, please see the registration form in the center column of this page.

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Student Groups Handbook
Defining Student Organizations (.pdf, 268K)
Student Organizations Covenant Agreement (.pdf, 335K)
Anti-Hazing Agreement (.pdf, 335K)
Nondiscrimination Policy (.pdf, 266K)
Student Organization Advisor Expectations (.pdf, 180K)
Financial Documents
Student Organization Budget Request Form (.doc, 33K)

Budget Allocations Meeting will take place in the Student Union (basement of Wulsin Hall) on September 1st at 4pm. A member of the student organization must be present to submit their budget. Please use this form for any and all budget allocations requests for student organizations. Budget requests for campus events are included in the event planning form.

Designated Purchaser Policy (.docx, 14K)
How to Spend Student Activities Allocations (.docx, 21K)
Reimbursement Form for Student Group Expenses (.xls, 32K)
Campus Events
Application for Campus Events (.docx, 48K)

Complete the attached application and submit to Laura Parker at at least two weeks prior to your proposed event. If the event is public, large, or requires facilities/risk management assistance, please submit at least four to six weeks in advance. Completing this application does not mean that your event has been approved.

Film Screening Policy (.docx, 28K)
Use this protocol if you wish to screen a film or movie at Naropa or in conjunction with a student group function.
Student Thesis/Performance Budget Request and Event Application (.docx, 43K)

Budget Request/Event Request form to be filled out if seeking funding for Thesis performance.

High Risk Events and Activities
Waiver Form for High-Risk Activities/Groups (.doc, 26K)

This waiver form is required of all participants who will be involved in student organizations or campus events that involve a higher than average risk of physical or mental harm. Such events include, but are not limited to, martial arts, dance instruction, off-campus or remote events, etc. Forms must be immediately submitted to the Office of Student Life.

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