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Campus-Based Organizations

Additionally, college-based organizations can contribute to more exposure and enhance your student interaction. These organizations include the College of Agriculture and Forestry Association (CAFSA), Economic Student Association (ESA), Association of Management Student (AMS), Engineering, Geology & Mining Student Association (EGSA), Mathematics Student Association, (MATHUSA), Political Science Student Association (POSSA), Geography Student Association (GEOGSAUL), Biology Student Association (BIOSA), Chemistry Student Association (CHEMUSA), Public Administration Student Association (PASAUL), Accounting Student Association (ASA), Sociology and Anthropology Student Association (SASA) and College of General Studies Association (COGESSA).

All campus-based student organizations shall be duly registered in the Office of Student Affairs of the University by filing copies of their By-Laws and Constitutions and other regulations, indicating eligibility for membership purpose, aims and objectives of the organization, with at least three to five hundred initial membership to the Office of Student Affairs.

For recognition as a campus organization, the Constitution, By-Laws and other organizational instruments and any amendments thereto shall be approved by the University Council upon recommendation by the Office of Student Affairs.

The Office of Student Affairs can grant temporary recognition/permit to student groups for a period of three months until final approval of the University Council. The temporary permit is renewable only once. The existing organizations are as follows:


Grand Bassa University Student Association (BASAUL), Cape Mount(CAMUSA), Sinoe (SUSA), Maryland (MUSA), Bong (BUSA), Lofa (LUSA), Nimba (NUSA), Grand Gedeh (GGUSA), Bomi (BOUSA), River Gee (GEESA), Grand Kru (GKUSA), Montserrado (MONTUSA), Rivercess (RUSA), Gbarpolu (AGUS), Margibi (MARUSA).

Religious Groups

The UL also provides a place for those who seek to enrich their religious experience while studying at the university. Three organizations are on the campus to fulfill that purpose: The Varsity Christian Fellowship (VCF), the University of Liberia Muslim Student Association (ULMSA), and Great Commission Movement (GCM).

Social Groups

Our social groups include AIESE, the UL Volunteer Movement (ULVM), UNESCO Club, University of Liberia Nature Club, Students Opposing Unfair Practices at the University of Liberia (SOUPUL), University of Liberia Icon Move (UNICOM), among others.

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