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The Democratic Society


The Democratic Society promotes political studies and discussions through the encouragement of academic research and the development of political insight and debate. This society also hopes to broaden the knowledge of the Democratic Party among the membership.

Membership & Fees

Benefits include: developing leadership skills in a supportive environment, focused on the ideals and values of the Democratic Party. Network and engage with members of the community with an active interest in politics, help campaign, and participate in political discussions through a variety of campus networking events.

Membership fee: $0

Note: Membership is available to students and alumni in good academic standing.

Chapter Standing

The Democratic Society has achieved SILVER standing, per the university's Chapter Standards program. Silver standing demonstrates a very high level of chapter involvement and denotes excellence in chapter leadership and member engagement.

Silver Standing


Membership is available year-round to students and alumni in good academic standing in all degree fields at the university. If you are interested in actively participating in The Democratic Society group, access the application on the organization’s group page in The Quad.

For questions on eligibility criteria or general information, email us at

Current Members

If you are currently a member of The Democratic Society, your group is active on The Quad. Join today!

To access The Quad, login to the ecampus. The Quad link is located on the lower right-hand side of the page, under the Student Services quick links. The Democratic Society group page can be found under the Connect tab, in Clubs.

Leadership Opportunities

All positions are currently filled.

If you're interested in more information, email


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