Clubs, advocates, and other opportunities
Enhance your college experience outside of the classroom with these clubs and organizations.
African Student Association
Description: Promotes African culture within the university, community, and association. Supports and assists African students at the university, and works with other campus organizations.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
Description: AISES is a national organization that nurtures building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native Values, through educational programs. The club strives to provide opportunities for American Indians and Alaska Natives in science, engineering, and technology arenas.
Black Student Union (BSU)
Description: The purpose of BSU is to encourage students to feel welcomed on campus. BSU especially wants minorities to feel accepted and proud of their ethnic background. BSU offers opportunities to help out in the Flagstaff community as well as the university campus, and remains very active on campus in addressing discriminatory actions.
Chinese Students and Scholarship Association
Adviser: Xia Jiang
Time/place: First Saturday of each month/Field House, University Union.
Description: A club that builds Chinese cultural awareness at Northern Arizona University and serves the Chinese community.
Gamma Alpha Omega (GOA)
Description: GAO is a Latina-founded community service sorority established in 2002. We are here to serve the community and promote the quest for higher education.
Adviser: Amy Websdale
Description: The purpose of HAPA is to promote the understanding of the culture and provide a sense of community for students from the Pacific Rim, including but not limited to:
- Western Europe
- the Philippines
- the Marshall Islands
- Western Canada
Hispanic Honor Society
Description: The purpose of HHS is to function as an honorary service society. We embody the ideals of character, culture, leadership, scholarship and service while promoting the Hispanic culture at Northern Arizona University and in the Flagstaff community.
International Club (I-Club)
Description: The International Club promotes cross-cultural interaction with people from different countries, cultures, and backgrounds. I-Club takes an active part in organizing activities that build cultural/international awareness on campus and in Flagstaff.
Kappa Delta Chi
Description: Kappa Delta Chi is a sorority open to all women interested in sisterhood, service, and fun! We were founded at Northern Arizona University in 1995 by nine women who wanted to instill the values of unity, honesty, integrity and leadership in women on campus.
Multicultural Student Center
Student Support Services
M.E.Ch.A. (Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlán)
Description: MEChA is an organization that brings awareness to Chican@ issues at Northern Arizona University, in Flagstaff, in Arizona, and in the nation. The organization is open to all students.
National Society of Minorities in Hospitality
Description: NSMH is a student run organization with chapters at 60 schools nationwide and a membership of over 1300 students.
Native American Business Organization (NABO)
Description: NABO assists and encourages students to:
- complete their degree while maintaining their identity
- promote awareness of Native American culture through events
- perform community service to local and tribal communities
Native American Cultural Center
Omega Delta Phi
Description: “One culture, any race.” This motto describes Omega Delta Phi’s philosophy of Inclusion. Omega Delta Phi’s two priorities are to graduate the members of the fraternity and to reach out to the local community.