Student Organization Support

Requests for In-Person Non-Instructional Gatherings

Beginning Thursday, March 4, 2021 the Campus Engagement and Leadership (CEL) will be accepting request for in-person non-instructional gatherings. All gatherings will continue to follow all CDC, State, and University guidelines and restrictions, to include but not limited to the wearing of masks and other PPE and social distancing of six (6) or more feet between individuals. Due to the evolving nature of restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, these guidelines are subject to change at any time. For more information click the title of this alert.

There are opportunities for students to participate in over 100 registered student organizations! UNC Pembroke has everything from student government, special interest groups, fraternities and sororities, scholastic and professional honorary societies, departmental clubs, cultural and identity interest groups, religious organizations, and sports and recreation clubs. If you have an interest, we have a student organization for you!

2018 Fall Involvement Fair

BraveConnect is a centralized and easy-to-use engagement platform that allows students to discover, connect, engage, manage, and document their participation in leadership development programs, student organization involvement, and campus events.

Step 1 -Sign in to BraveConnect

Use your University login to enter BraveConnect or enter BraveWeb and find the BraveConnect link

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Step 2 – Create your profile

Be sure to update as much information as possible.  BraveConnect will ask you about your interests and connect you to organizations that share those interests

Step 3 – Find organizations

Search our 100+ organizations by using the search bar.  You can even search organization by interest category.

Step 4 – View upcoming event

Search for upcoming events by date, theme, or category.  You can search for events providing credit, free food, and other free stuff. 


All Student Organizations must participate in the Student Organization Leadership Development (SOLD) process completing the registration portion to maintain recognition each academic year. All Student Organizations will be identified as one of two classifications: registered or recognized. There are three levels which can be achieved: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Once an organization has completed all requirements for the Bronze level, they become a recognized organization and receive larger benefits and even greater support from the Office of Campus and Engagement and Leadership.

Track your organization progress