This chapter discusses author’s efforts as a member of the “Communiversity” to engage in organizing connecting students to community efforts. Organizing within and around the university—the Communiversity—has its own unique challenges. Long-term organizing for justice is not easy work, and it necessitates collaboration. For long-term organizing work to succeed, those trained as scholars indeed have much to learn. The chapter pluralizes what is meant by activism, discussing the ways in which anthropology is and is not activism. It discusses organizing, which is based in relationships between individuals and communities, and altering relationships of power. The chapter focuses on a subset of activism: Organizing. At its core, organizing centers around relationships between people and communities and mobilizing these communities to transform relationships of power. The chapter concludes with a series of lessons that might be useful to other anthropologists organizing within the Communiversity.