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The SCSU Accounting Society is a fully-funded student organization with many members that are dedicated to helping Southern students become more familiar with the accounting profession.
Active Minds is a mental health awareness and advocacy group focused on getting rid of the negative stigmas associated with mental health. Wednesdays at 1 in ASC 309
“United we Stand Divided We Fall”!!! The African Student Association (Asa) is an organization that provides students and the community,
Alpha Phi Delta is a lifelong national fraternity of men dedicated to academic excellence, leadership in campus activities, diversity, and community service. A member of the Greek Community at Southern Connecticut State University from 1987 to 1993,
The purposes of this sorority shall be to offer and create a common bond for life-long friendships between all members; to promote the intellectual, vocational, social, recreational and more development of all members; to encourage academic excellence
Southern Connecticut State University AMA is a professional organization connecting students to the resources necessary to establish their future career in the marketing industry and in the "business world" in general.
We seek to enrich student life through the examination of Japanese animation. By presenting open viewings and discussions, we analyze anime's impact on society and seek to promote an educational understanding of its cultural and historical background.
The goal of Anthropology Club is to explore and celebrate the study of humans, emphasizing each of the four disciplines of anthropology and how that applies to the world around us.
The purpose for the Autism Awareness and Advocacy Club is to educate, advocate and increase awareness of Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorders on campus as well as throughout the local community. As a club, we plan to support those with Autism, their fam
Best Buddies is an international organization. SCSU's chapter is committed to pairing SCSU students with a member of the Chapel Haven community who has an intellectual disability.