Clubs and organizations
American Indian Science and Engineer Society (AISES)
The mission of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is to substantially increase the representation of American Indian and Alaskan Natives in engineering, science, and other related technology disciplines.
Visit the AISES page on TrueBlueConnects for more information.
Black Student Union (BSU)
We the Black Student
Union of Northern Arizona University being an established organization
associated ourselves for the purpose of motivating students to stay actively
involved on campus, coordinating activities to strengthen cultural awareness,
and provide a professionally organized body of students on campus that deal
with social cultural and educational issues. Understanding our establishment to
be a response to the needs of black students apart of the Northern Arizona
Community, do continue the beliefs and culture of our organization’s founders,
as the Black Student Union. The Black Student Union shall exist to encourage
the participation of all people in the promotion of black cultural,
intellectual, social, and economic interest at Northern Arizona University and
in the surrounding community, thus ensuring the success of the Black Student
For more information about Black
Student Union, click here.
Connecting Higher Education Indigenously (CHEI)
Student organization of the Applied Indigenous Studies Department. To promote indigenous knowledge, provide student support, engage in our communities, and work on the retention and recruitment of indigenous students into higher education.
For more information about Connecting Higher Education Indigenously (CHEI), click here.
Daleth He Aleph Cultural Sorority
Dedicated to the
positive development of women of color as a method of providing academic
support, cultural education, and successful transitioning on college campuses.
Create a sense of culture, champion social justice within the community, seek
philanthropic efforts within the community, provide academic support and
promote scholarship of students.
For more information about Daleth
He Aleph Cultural Sorority, click here.
Delta Chi Lambda (DChiL)
Delta Chi Lambda is
an Asian Interest Sorority that was established at The University of Arizona on
October 12, 2000. It welcomes all women pursuing an education and feel they
would like to contribute to DChiL. It takes pride in honesty, loyalty, and
friendship while supporting each other. Delta Chi Lambda Gamma Colony was
created in Spring of 2012. 11 girls successfully crossed on December 4, 2011.
Delta Chi Lambda Gamma Colony is the first Asian-American Interest sorority
that chartered at NAU. By bringing another multicultural sorority to the Greek
community we hope to strengthen and expand the diversity on campus and continue
to teach each other. We'd like to create awareness of the Asian American
culture not only for Asian American students, but students of many backgrounds.
For more information about Delta
Chi Lambda, click here.
Gamma Alpha Omega (GAO)
multicultural organization that exists to:
- Increase the number of women
with a college education and advanced degrees.
- Provide mentors for youth,
women and under-represented communities.
- Enhance the individual leader
in each member.
- Provide a family of lifelong
support for sisters who live their lives by the pillars of Honesty, Integrity,
Leadership, Scholarship and Unity.
For more information about Gamma
Alpha Omega, click here.
Gamma Rho Lambda (GRL)
Gamma Rho Lambda is
an all-inclusive woman’s social sorority exemplifying the qualities of
tolerance, diversity, unity, and trust, which provides a network of assistance
in the areas of scholastic guidance, emotional support, and community service
while ultimately developing the lifelong bonds of sisterhood.
For more information about Gamma
Rho Lambda, click here.
Gold 'N Brown Jacks
To build camaraderie and strengthen a supportive peer and profession network amongst Black males within the campus community.
For more information about Gold 'N Brown Jacks, please contact: Kevin.Chase@nau.edu, Frederick.Gooding-Jr@nau.edu or Ricardo.Guthrie@nau.edu.
HAPA Hawaiian Club (HAPA)
The purpose of the
NAU HAPA Hawaiian Club is to help the students of Hawaii, as well as non-Hawaii
students’ transition into college and feel a sense of “ohana.” The NAU HAPA
Hawaiian Club supports the club members both socially and academically. Club
activities give students the opportunity to bond with one another, participate
in service activities for the community, and get involved with events around
school to build a sense of engagement and belonging on campus. By giving
students these opportunities, our club members are able to spread the Aloha
Spirit and the Hawaiian culture not only around Northern Arizona University,
but as well as around the Flagstaff Community
For more information about HAPA
Hawaiian Club, click here.
Hispanic Honors and Service
To function as an
honorary service society to the community and to promote the Latino culture on
the NAU campus and Flagstaff community.
For more information about
Hispanic Honors and Service Society, click here.
Kappa Delta Chi (KDChi)
service events, sisterhood retreats, and academic and cultural workshops,
KDChis learn more about themselves, each other and their surrounding
Universities and communities. They blossom into committed leaders, are able to
network with our remarkable alumnae, and continue to serve as civic leaders
well past their graduation. KDChi is a non-traditional sorority full of diverse
members and eager women ready to make a difference in our communities. With sisters,
anything is possible.
For more information about Kappa
Delta Chi, click here.
M.E.Ch.A de NAU (Movimiento
Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlán)
A group of
individuals dedicated to the promotion of Chican@ philosophy. It is not
specific to one nationality, gender, or orientation, but solely for any person
striving for the empowerment and liberation of Chican@s in higher education. To
provide educational, cultural, social, and political consciousness for Chican@
For more information about
M.E.Ch.A de NAU, click here.
Native Americans United (NAUnited)
A group that strives
to enhance the educational experience of Native American students and provide
cultural awareness. To help plan and make possible Native American Events and
continue traditions and extend culture to others
For more information about Native
Americans United, click here.
Omega Delta Phi (ODPhi)
Leadership, Service Opportunities, and Social Interaction
For more information about Omega
Delta Phi, click here.
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (oSTEM)
A national society dedicated to educating and fostering leadership for LGBTQA communities in the STEM fields. As an organization dedicated to community, our work starts with our mission. It serves as a touchstone and reminds us of our common goals:
- To educate, empower and engage a diverse community,
- To identify, address advocate for the needs of LGBTQA students in the STEM fields,
- And we fulfill these needs through mentorship connections, networking opportunities, strategic collaborations, and professional/leadership development.
For more information about oSTEM, click here
People Respecting Individuals & Sexual Minorities (PRISM)
We are Northern Arizona University's largest student-led LGBTQA organization. We support LGBTQA students to help form a sense of community and friendship. Our meeting topics range from queer history/herstory and current events to trans* controversies. We put on a drag show every semester featuring students from Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College.
For more information about PRISM, click here
Queer and Ally Research Team (Q&A)
Q&A is an intentionally political, queer community that works to cultivate critical consciousness and analyze systems of power in order to create a more inclusive environment for all people. The purpose of Q&A is to provide a safe space and supportive community for queer and ally students where they can work together to raise awareness and organize action around intersectional issues in the queer community.
For more information about the Queer and Ally Research Team, please click here.
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
SWE empowers women and men to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders. The purpose of the Society of Women Engineers is to be a support group for engineering students here at NAU. The Society of Women Engineers mission is to stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.
Visit the SWE page on TrueBlueConnects for more information.
Society of Hispanic Engineers
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize their fullest potential and impacts the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.
SHPE's vision is a world where Hispanics are highly valued and influential as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. As a new club to the Northern Arizona University campus, we have come together to re-kindle the excellence in education, the pursuit of professionalism and attainment of leadership, to the diverse community in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Visit the SHPE page on TrueBlueConnects for more information.