Building engaged and involved leaders through the development and support of programs and services that foster community, as well as enrich the co-curricular student experience is important to us. We work directly with students, alumni, campus leaders, chapter advisors, and the broader university community to establish, maintain, and develop virtual communities and student organizations that promote campus engagement. We hope you will take the opportunity to connect with your peers and build a stronger sense of community, as we believe this is a vital piece of the student experience. Have ideas for university involvement? Tell us about them.
While these are awaiting recognition from our university or the nationally affiliated organization, you can email us for details or membership information. We have provisional societies for:
- Future Physicians-Assistants
- Woman in Science
- Academic Excellence
- Civil Rights and Public Interest Litigation
We are seeking quality community members to lead our student organizations. Visit the Campus Leadership page for a full listing of chapter officer openings!
We orchestrate several opportunities to get involved throughout your community. View those listed here and visit our service opportunities page to get all the details. We also invite you to report your service hours, so that we can make informed decisions on the types of events to support each year.
- Donate used books and support literacy worldwide
- Send a postcard and thank those who serve
- Volunteer as a virtual guide and/or judge for eCybermission
Every day students, alumni, faculty, and staff are connecting across our social communities to ask questions, learn about programs, or seek help on a variety of subjects. There is a place for you to connect, so join the conversation today.