Student clubs and organizations

Whether you are a graduate or undergraduate student, student clubs can provide not only experience, but create friendships and connections with industry professionals and faculty that can help you down the road.

NAU Anthropology Club

Love anthropology? Join the club

Faculty adviser

Scott Antes, MA 

African Students Association

Help promote African culture on campus and in the community with students and faculty.

Faculty adviser

Shafiu Jibrin

Forensic Science Club

Increase your knowledge of the forensic science field and relate it to anthropology.

Faculty adviser

Jared Gardner

Geology Club

Promote interest in mineral and fossil collecting in Arizona and the Southwest.

Faculty adviser

Thomas Hoisch

International Club

Spread cultural awareness in Flagstaff and promote the interaction of people from different countries, cultures, and backgrounds.

Faculty adviser

Megan Kohr

Korean Club

Increase your language abilities and learn Korean and enjoy the Korean culture.

Faculty adviser

Okim Kang


Provide educational, cultural, social, and political awareness of Chicano/a issues.

Faculty adviser

T. Mark Montoya

Miss Indian NAU Organization

Support and represent students and participate in programs and activities to strengthen recruitment and retention efforts of Native American students.

Faculty adviser 

German Club

Promote interest in German-speaking countries and their culture around the campus and increase your world knowledge.

Faculty adviser

Dr. Marilya Veteto-Reese

People to People International

Enhance your international understanding and create friendship through educational, cultural, and humanitarian activities involving the exchange of ideas and experiences among peoples of diverse cultures and backgrounds.

Faculty adviser

Jannan Poppen