Undergraduate 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.
The American Chemical Society USF Student Chapter is an active group of students interested in chemistry. Chapter activities can range from hosting seminar speakers to going on field trips to local labs and museums to being involved in chemistry outreach to the community.
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The purpose of this organization is to promote mathematics and its applications to women interested in it and to promote equal opportunity. The organization will strive to include underrepresented persons and to form connections between students at USF and professionals working in the field.
DSA will be a resource for students to build and strengthen their skills to be more successful in the workplace. It will allow students to make connections to companies who work in the field of Big Data and Analytics.
This organization was formed to create a community of students interested in pursuing ideas in design beyond the classroom. Through this organization, the members will gain the resources needed to move into the professional design world. Members will participate in workshops, field trips, lectures, exhibitions, and other events to create a community of their own.
The purpose of the Kinesiology Student Association is to advance the knowledge of future Kinesiology professionals and form a bond with the community and its members. Members of this association shall participate in service to better society and shall become educated on understanding human movement and teaching others. All members shall encourage health and well-being. This association shall produce leaders of a community who will influence others to recognize the importance of physical activity and a healthy lifestyle. Together, members of the KSA will share experiences and knowledge of the field of Kinesiology.
The goals of LPE are to foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in COMS studies, stimulate interest in the field of COMS, promote and encourage professional development among communication majors, and establish and maintain closer relationships between faculty and students.
The purpose of this organization is to examine the influence of gender in the nursing profession. Through active involvement in volunteerism and activities, this organization strives to develop community, leadership, professional skill, and educate the nuanced experiences of nurses.
The Marketing Club aims to help students explore the world through a Marketing lens. Our club's core focuses are Professional Development and Marketing Consulting. Our philosophy is to thrive as a member-driven club, with members shaping the future of the club based on their interests.
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The purpose of MAPS is to provide underrepresented pre-medical students with knowledge and skills in relation to professional involvement in the field of health care. The goal of the organization is to help improve minority student matriculation into all professional health related programs.
Our purpose here at USF-NOMAS is to help strengthen the minority architecture community on USF's campus while also helping our fellow members create opportunities for themselves outside of campus.
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honors organization that recognizes high-achieving students. NSCS provides career and graduate school connections, leadership, and service opportunities, and gives out more than $750,000 annually in scholarships, awards, and chapter funds.
Our mission is to foster the transformation from student nurse to professional RN through leadership, innovation, & service. We embrace an inclusive, socially responsible community with mentorship, collaboration, and service to empower our students’ education & change the face of healthcare.
Phi Alpha Delta's mission is to better the legal profession and our community through devotion to integrity, compassion, courage, professionalism, service, diversity, and innovation. Our benefits include: LSAT prep info, guest speakers, national network, mentorship, resume building, social events.
This organization is for future physician assistants. The purpose behind this is to educate and help prepare students for graduate school by presenting them with academic, professional, and social support. This group serves as space for us to share opportunities and connect with others.
Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
The mission of the SAS shall be to promote excellence in architectural education, training, and practice; to foster an appreciation of architecture and related disciplines; and to organize students and combine their efforts to advance the art and science of architecture.
Provide students opportunities to network, gain information about graduate schools, internships, and jobs; and to build professional relationships with fellow students and faculty. We also seek to increase student civic engagement, and aim to promote social justice on campus and in our communities. g plant research, leisure activities, horticultural topics, and plant-related educational activities
The Stock Investment Club works to provide its members with skills and knowledge about trading and the stock market. We also strive to provide our members with internship opportunities and enlarge their professional networks.
Tri-Beta is an honor/professional society for students of the biological sciences at USF aimed towards stimulating interest, scholarly attainment, and investigation in the biological sciences and promoting the dissemination of information and new interpretations among students of the life sciences.
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Tri Gamma establishes friendships, promotes growth, and broadens the horizons of its members. We develop leadership skills and assure the highest responsibilities as students. We serve as a medium of collaboration within the community, while exercising the university mission and Jesuit character.
Women in Science strives to create an inclusive and positive community for women in STEM and supporters who have a passion for science. The Women in Science chapter at USF also aims to provide members with networking opportunities, mentor relationships, and overall pursuit of a career in STEM.
Women in Technology is dedicated to supporting, engaging and empowering women in STEM. Furthermore, the mission of WIT is to aid in the growth and development of women, to create a strong community of women in technology, and to provide opportunities for academic and professional success.
The purpose of Delta Delta Delta is to establish a perpetual bond of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and more womanly character, to broaden the moral and intellectual life, and to assist its members in every possible way.
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Kappa Alpha Theta is the first Greek letter Fraternity known among women! Because of this, all Thetas consider ourselves to be leading women in and around our communities. Theta's 5 core values are Scholarship, Sisterhood, Service, Leadership Potential, and Personal excellence.
Phi Delta Theta is about the cultivation of friendship among its members, the acquirement individually of a high degree of mental culture, and the attainment personally of a high standard of morality. Shortened, we refer to the principles as friendship, sound learning and rectitude.
To foster community among Black queer students and Allies. In addition, BRP will aid in uplifting the Black community through discussion and dialogue about Black Sexuality and gender orientation, as well as the intersecional experience of being a part of both Black and Queer communities.
To foster community and unity among students of the African Diaspora on the University campus as well as focus on exploring and examining the identity, history, issues and culture of the African diaspora. This purpose does not contradict the University’s mission or its Catholic, Jesuit character.
Be a bridge and link between the university and international students.promote students' all-round development morally, intellectually and physically, unite. And make students become new social builders and successors with good political thought and quality.
1.To share and preserve cultural identity of Eastern Europe countries
2. To foster intercultural communication
3. To promote cross cultural exchange
4. To engage students into social life on campus
5. To provide fellowship amongst students and faculty
6.Create space for language exchange
This organization is entirely supportive of any learning of French or Francophone culture. The organization strives to offers a safe and supportive space for any French language learner to practice and improve their French speaking, reading, listening, and writing ability.
Hawaiian Ensemble is a campus organization dedicated to promoting Hawaiian cultural traditions through na mele (song), hula/ori tahiti (dance), and 'ōlelo Hawai'i (language). Our goal is to bring the Aloha spirit and the diverse culture of the islands to the USF and Bay Area community.
The Iranian Student Union seeks to create a space for students involved or interested in Iranian/Persian culture and language, helps to provide a source of belonging and familiarity for Iranian and Iranian-American students, as well as connect students of all backgrounds with Persian culture.
MENA serves as a way for students from this region to bond and meet each other. We host events to spread our culture and bring awareness to social justice issues. We also give back to the community by volunteering and fundraising, such as for aid-relief funds in devastated areas.
Pacific Islander Collective is a formed community for all Pacific Islander identifying students at the University of San Francisco to join and form bonds with each other. The collective focuses on educating members, new and old, on the old and new ways of the Pacific Islander culture and traditions.
Bringing together like-minded students to better understand South East Asian cultures while providing members an opportunity to network through events and activities and give them a sense of belonging to a community. SEASA also aims to unite every South East Asian student of USF under one roof.
Our mission is to serve and support students who are part of the undocumented/dacamented community by creating and fostering a safe and confidential space for them. While also connecting members with individuals that will help them navigate the realm of higher education as undocumented students.
Founded in 2009, the San Francisco Dons Band annually performs at 30+ campus and community events. The Band serves to promote and represent the University of San Francisco.
Our student-led approach makes us a fun and relaxed ensemble. We strive to create an environment where our members can be themselves, explore, improve musically, gain leadership experience, and socialize.
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Through education, research, advocacy, and a focus on underrepresented populations (ages 14-25), “Active Minds opens up the conversation about mental health and creates lasting change in the way mental health is talked about, cared for, and valued in the United States. Active Minds strives to empower students to speak openly about mental health in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking.” (ActiveMinds.org)
Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-educational service fraternity – college students gathered together in an organization based on fraternalism and founded on the principles of the Boy Scouts of America. Its purpose is to develop leadership, promote friendship and provide service to humanity.
The mission of the USF Art History Student Association is to encourage and build interest in studying Art History at the University of San Francisco in order to promote interest in art history and local artists and art organizations.
As the largest collegiate student-run service organization worldwide, Circle K focuses on the following tenants: service, leadership, and fellowship. Being a service organization, we strive to give back to our community, build our members to become better leaders, and bond together as a family.
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Food Recovery Network fights hunger and food waste within the community by recovering perishable food that would otherwise go to waste and donating it to people in need. The organization commits to educating the public about the various effects of food waste and hunger in America.
It’s On Us is dedicated to spreading awareness to the nationwide epidemic of sexual assault and harassment on college campuses by promoting bystander intervention, consent education, and survivor support.
We are a service-based organization dedicated to protecting the global welfare of animals. We accomplish the promotion of humane treatment and animal rights consciousness through community service projects such as awareness campaigns and volunteering with Bay Area organizations and shelters.
Our purpose is to empower young adults and young professionals to take action through community and international service, develop leadership skills through professional development, and gain a global perspective that fosters world peace and cultural understanding as partners in service.
Our purpose is to bridge the gap between proponents and opponents to immigration. Provide a safe space for immigrants. Engage our members to participate in immigration-related events. Give resources to those who want to join or learn more about immigration. Provide advocacy skills to USF students.
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Transfer Nation serves as the voice of transfer students by promoting education and advocating for the USF transfer student body, providing a social community, creating social interaction, and developing educational opportunities for community inclusion and enrichment
YDSA shall serve to further build the power of students to fight for equality and democratic socialism. We seek to promote the policies and positions of YDSA/DSA, and to educate and train members in preparation for life-long organizing of the working class and a democratic socialist future.