Promoting fellowship within the University community by way of educational, cultural, recreational and social activities.
The club was founded in April 1920 by the wives of faculty members who wanted to have an organization to promote the social interaction of faculty and help integrate new faculty families into the community. Over the years the League has grown and adapted to changing roles and in 1973 membership was opened to men. The League continues to welcome and involve its members of various interests, ages and experiences and to provide opportunities for individual growth and enrichment. The League has a long tradition of community service and a proud heritage of supporting its members. Monthly programs and a wide variety of interest groups provide opportunities for members to expand their intellectual and social horizons. The League is eagerly seeking new members. Please read through our web site to learn more about us or contact us directly for more information about the club and the benefits of becoming a member. Please see the calendar for upcoming events for new members which are designed to better acquaint you with your new community.
Who We Are
- Founded in 1920, making it the oldest existing university social and service organization
- Our English Conversation Group was the forerunner of the International Center
- Founded the University League Nursery School
- Founded the Docents Association of the University Art Museum