Miami's student-run Diversity Affairs Council governs over

80 multicultural and identity
interest-based organizations.

Students with the Outdoor Pursuit Center barrel downriver on a white water rafting trip.
A group of students in Habitat for Humanity pose for a photo during a busy work day.
A student climbing up the rock wall in the Recreational Sports Center.
Students run through the mud during a game of ultimate frisbee.
Students laugh on the ice at a broomball game.

Clubs & Organizations

Student Center(ed)

What’s life at Miami like after class? It all depends on what you’re interested
in. Because we’ve got more than 600 student clubs and organizations focused on
everything from dance, to outdoor adventures, to space exploration.

Our students compete in more than 50 club sports that range from rugby to gymnastics, from sailing to broomball.

Student Center(ed)

Charlie Schreiber

Political Science Major
History Minor
President of the Student Body

While running for president of the student body at Miami, Charlie Schreiber and his running-mate Courtney made a point to interact with every single one of Miami’s more than 475 student organizations. No small task. But they did it.

During his term as president, Charlie fought to give students more access to their student leaders. He held open forums and advocated for dedicated student space. As president, Charlie participated in the opening of the stunning new Armstrong Student Center. The building stands at the heart of student life at Miami—it houses gathering areas, places to eat, quiet study rooms, event spaces, an expansive theater, and offices for student organizations. The breathtaking space is also home to a new office for student government, which enabled Charlie and Courtney to continue meeting with students throughout their presidential term. Now, in one of the most beautiful student centers on any college campus, Charlie’s efforts toward a more accessible student government are set (literally) in stone.

Equipped with the leadership skills he gained at Miami, Charlie is now heading off to law school. Someday, he hopes to run for public office—and when he does, he’ll take with him the lessons he learned holding a presidential office at Miami.

illustration of a podium
Charlie Schieber portrait Charlie Schieber portrait