Clubs and Associations
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has almost thirty academically related student organizations which you can join. Active participation in co-curricular activities builds employer valued skills: the ability to think critically, strong organizational and leadership skills, and effective writing and public speaking skills. Involvement in student organizations complements and enriches the academic classroom experience with experiential learning. Additionally, getting involved in clubs helps to build a strong network of support within your area of study, including faculty, staff and peer mentors. By getting involved in academically related student organizations, you make connections with other students who share your major and faculty who will be your mentors and friends. You also expose yourself to rich conversations on topics related to your degree program academic field of study.
Full List of Organizations
English, Comparative Literature, and Linguistics
Geography and the Environment
HSS Community Organizations
Modern Languages & Literatures
Politics, Administration, and Justice