Two Point Campus Clubs Guide: How to Unlock, Leveling and More

Find out everything you need to know about clubs!

A unique feature of Two Point Campus that wasn’t present in its prequel is the addition of clubs. First introduced in Piazza Lanatra, clubs give your students various buffs that scale with levels. Clubs become one of the most important factors of your campus success as you get further in the game, especially once your students reach high levels in their respective clubs. If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to find a comprehensive guide on unlocking and leveling clubs in Two Point Campus.

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Two Point Campus Clubs Guide

You’ll first unlock clubs in Piazza Lanatra during a brief tutorial. By this point, you’ll only have access to two: Speed Walking and Power-Nap. While Speed Walking gives students movement speed boosts depending on their energy levels, Power-Nap allows your students to sleep anywhere on campus to recover energy. A student cannot be part of more than one club at a time.

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Each club has various items that increase your maximum club level caps. Without these items, your students won’t advance past the first few club levels, making their buffs much less effective. For example, someone who is only Speed Walker Level One will get a +10% Movement Speed bonus, while Level Ten gets +100%. When this drastic difference applies to dozens of students, you’ll notice the benefits quickly.

The only drawback is these items get expensive, ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 each. Fortunately, if your clubs are high-level and have plenty of students, you may win the “Queen of Clubs” yearly award and get some extra money!

As you progress through the game, more clubs will become available. The following is a list of each club you’ll unlock:

  • Book Club: Students in this club learn faster than those not in the club!
  • Nature Club: Students in this club will help keep the campus attractive.
  • Orb Club: Students in this club will pay money to join. However, they’ll also experience an unhappiness debuff.

Two Point Campus is available to play starting August 9 on PC, Switch, PlayStation, and Xbox platforms through the official website. If you’d like to explore more Two Point Campus content, check out How to Train Staff and How to Increase Student Grades.

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Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.