Clubs and Organizations

 Arizona Playmakers 

In college, your learning can be enhanced by activities outside of the classroom.  Browse through a few of the clubs and organizations in the College of Arts and Letters to find peers and faculty who share your interests.

Modern Languages 

Language tables

Contact info: 523-2361

You can meet with your fellow students—and professors—and use your foreign language skills in a relaxed and informal setting at local restaurants or cafés.


Contact info: 523-6372

Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society promotes the study of history and has student and faculty members.


Contact info: 523-4911

Literary magazine

Our literary magazine, Thin Air, publishes original poetry, fiction, and visual art from professional writers and artists.


Contact info: 523-4612

The Northern Arizona University chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers helps connect students and interior design professionals.

Comparative Cultural Studies

Contact info: 523-4954

The Art History Society is a place for majors, minors, and anyone else to share their love and interest in art history.


Contact info: 523-2270 

The Northern Arizona University Horn Society supports the horn and its musical advancements and supports and organizes fundraising and community service work by both the Horn Society and the Horn Ensemble across the state of Arizona.


Contact info: 523-3781

Arizona Playmakers is dedicated to creating an environment in which students can explore opportunities in theatre.