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American Medical Student Association (AMSA)
Join other aspiring physicians in AMSA and learn ways of preparing yourselves for the road ahead.
BIPOC Medical Professionals
BIPOC Medical Professionals is a group of students who identify as a person of color that come together to support each other’s academic and career goals by focusing on fundraising, skills workshops, emotional support and networking.
Clinical Psychology Student Board (CPSB)
Clinical Psychology Student Board encourages and supports student involvement at the university though the Clinical Psychology Board (CPSB).
College of Health and Human Services – Dean’s Office
College of Health and Human Services – Dean’s Office is a hub for inclusive and equitable health and wellness programs available in Flagstaff, Online, and at 20+ statewide campuses.
Clinical Skills Club
Clinical Skills Club encourages students across health professions to collaborate and improve their clinical skills including but not limited to communication, special tests, manual therapy, modalities, subjective assessments, and anatomy review.
Exercise Science Club
The Exercise Science Club connects students with professionals and other students and explores careers and volunteer opportunities.
Future Health Professionals
The purpose of the Future Health Professionals of NAU is 1) to provide real-world, first-hand experience in the medical field, 2) to service NAU and Flagstaff through community service events 3) to benefit those going into any kind of medical related occupation and 4) to help active members build their resume to proceed into a graduate program.
Heshima Bioethics Society
The Heshima Bioethics Society investigates and discusses current bioethical topics involved in healthcare, law, and other avenues.
Mental Health Support Squad (MHSS)
MHSS is a group of undergraduate students who are passionate about mental health education, outreach, and advocacy. Squad members are trained and supervised by the staff of Counseling Services and serve as a mental health resource for peers.
The Pre-Dental Club provides information about the profession of dentistry, dental schools, and dental school admission by mentoring, inviting speakers, and helping students in their preparation for dental school. Furthermore, this organization will provide an opportunity for members to meet people with common interests.
Pre-OT Student Organization
The Pre-OT Student Organization intends to provide educational opportunities for students interested in applying to a degree program in occupational therapy.
The Pre-Physical Therapy Club provides opportunities for students in the form of resources, knowledge, networking opportunities, and skills required for completing the application process and being a competitive applicant for physical therapy programs.
The Pre-Vet Club’s purpose is to provide students with the knowledge and tools to prepare and apply for veterinary school; they also provide opportunities to gain hands-on experience with animals.
Red Cross Club (RCC)
RCC meets once a month to discuss ways the organization can get involved on campus and in the community in acts of community service.
Student Health Advocacy Committee (SHAC)
SHAC’s purpose is to make NAU a healthier, better campus for all students, faculty and future scholars.
Student Occupational Therapy Association of Northern Arizona University (SOTA)
Student Occupational Therapy Association of Northern Arizona University (SOTA) engages and supports NAU”S Occupational Therapy graduate students.
Student Physical Therapy Association of Northern Arizona University (SPTA)
Student Physical Therapy Association of Northern Arizona University (SPTA) advocates for Physical Therapy by connecting students with each other, other disciplines, healthcare professionals, and the community to enhance overall education experience.