Graduate Student Organizations
How to Join
Check out our most updated list of undergraduate student organizations below. If you find an organization that you are interested in joining, feel free to contact them directly or request membership through Student Hub. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
It is about encouraging the pursuit of information systems excellence within University of San Francisco, School of Management. Also, to offer information systems career and technology information and Provide networking opportunities to those interested in information systems
The mission of CPSU is to support students in promoting the field of clinical psychology by serving
traditionally underserved communities through excellence in research, clinical practice, and systems
GNA aims to connect graduate level nursing students to one another, encourage collaboration and connectedness as a professional team, provide academic and social support, and ultimately develop professionally through networking and educational endeavors.
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Graduate Writers Association is a student-run organization that fosters community for USF’s MFA program and the broader Bay Area literary community. Our goal is to create active literary citizens by providing inclusive spaces for social engagement, professional development, and ambassadorship.
The purpose of the Student Chapter is to provide a platform that introduces and familiarizes Members of
the University of San Francisco to all aspects of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries and
other related disciplines.
The Graduate Writers Association is a student run organization that fosters community for USF’s MFA
program and the broader Bay Area literary community. Our goal is to create active literary citizens by
providing inclusive spaces for social engagement, professional development, and ambassadorship.
MSGA represents and serves Museum Studies Graduate students in the USF community. MSGA promotes and facilitates scholarly and professional development activities as well as fosters awareness for museum exhibitions, current events, programs, and employment opportunities.
The purpose of OC GNA is to (1) connect current graduate nursing students to the greater community of USF and Orange County, (2) support current graduate nursing students in their studies and career goals and aid in their personal and professional development, and (3) network with professionals in healthcare.
The purpose of the “Sport Marketing Association” shall be to 1) educate and prepare our members for the constantly evolving field of marketing and communications, 2) provide career advice and valuable opportunities for our members to practice and develop their skills and 3) promote economic development by providing marketing and consulting services for sport-related businesses and athletes.
Dismantling Walls is an organization designed to support undocumented undergraduates and graduate students at USF by fundraising to increase access to scholarships for undocumented students, and changing dialogue regarding the needs of the undocumented folks on campus
The Net Impact USF chapter has the mission to inspire, educate, and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a sustainable world. Spanning six continents, our membership makes up one of the most influential networks of MBAs, graduate students, and professionals in existence today. Net impact members are current and emerging leaders in corporate social responsibility, environmental business, nonprofit management, microfinance, international development, and social entrepreneurship. Members embody the purpose of actively improving the world and being a catalyst for change.
The overall mission of the NSC is to provide a unified voice for students with a focus on promoting and improving the MNA program at The University of San Francisco. The NSC provides a vehicle for student perspectives, ideas, and a means of promoting events on behalf of the student body.
Our purpose is to create happy and mindful campus communities where students, faculty, and staff thrive in life and lead with clarity of mind, resilience, purpose, and belonging. We serve society by strengthening the individual. This Club - SKY Campus Happiness brings stress management tools and techniques for personal and professional success through the contemporary and scientific use of evidence-based breathwork and meditation, yoga, and personal awareness seminars. This club also aims to provide students with opportunities for community service projects and training on and off campus to develop human values and leadership skills.
The Green Club (TGC) is devoted to fighting the biggest challenges of the century. We are a passionate and motivated group of students who are willing to take the next step and help the reduction of GHG emissions, transition to clean energy, efficient energy, sustainability, and waste management.