Clubs & organizations
Abaya Yala University Association Accordion Closed
Abaya Yala brings together people interested in Indigenous Issues within the University and Flagstaff community, and provides academic support to NAU students.
To learn more about Abaya Yala, please visit their website.
American Indian Science & Engineer Society (AISES) Accordion Closed
The mission of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is to substantially increase the representation of American Indian and Alaskan Natives in engineering, science, and other related technology disciplines.
To learn more about AISES, please visit their website.
Black Student Union (BSU) Accordion Closed
We the Black Student Union of Northern Arizona University being an established organization associated ourselves for the purpose of motivating students to stay actively involved on campus, coordinating activities to strengthen cultural awareness, and provide a professionally organized body of students on campus that deal with social, cultural, and educational issues. Understanding our establishment to be a response to the needs of black students apart of the Northern Arizona Community, do continue the beliefs and culture of our organization’s founders, as the Black Student Union. The Black Student Union shall exist to encourage the participation of all people in the promotion of black cultural, intellectual, social, and economic interest at Northern Arizona University and in the surrounding community, thus ensuring the success of the Black Student Union.
Learn more about Black Student Union.
Chinese Culture Club Accordion Closed
The purpose for the club is to promote Chinese culture and provide a resource for more people to have a better understanding of Chinese culture and to help students discover their own interests in foreign languages learning and offer a way for students to learn Mandarin. To disseminate information to students regarding on-campus entertainment. Stimulating cultural diversity in the community of Northern Arizona University.
Learn more about the Chinese Culture Club.
Chinese Students Scholars Association Accordion Closed
CSSA is a non-profit organization that helps Chinese students and scholars in the aspects of daily life and development in the U.S. Ourselves, members of CSSA-NAU, are a group of Chinese students and scholars who are full of passion and enthusiasm for exploring the way to building deep communication channels between Chinese and other cultures and groups at NAU. We want to build well-organized community where people with different nationalities have mutual understanding in cultural identity. Our purpose is to introduce and share Chinese culture and provide a platform for most Chinese students to meet each other and make friends. In addition, we are aimed at offering better service for members. We welcome everyone to join us.
Learn more about the Chinese Students Scholars Association.
Connecting Higher Education Indigenously (CHEI) Accordion Closed
Student organization of the Applied Indigenous Studies Department. To promote indigenous knowledge, provide student support, engage in our communities, and work on the retention and recruitment of indigenous students into higher education.
Daleth Phi Aleph Cultural Alliance Accordion Closed
Dedicated to the positive development of women of color as a method of providing academic support, cultural education, and successful transitioning on college campuses. Create a sense of culture, champion social justice within the community, seek philanthropic efforts within the community, provide academic support and promote scholarship of students.
Learn more about Daleth He Aleph Cultural Sorority.
Delta Chi Lambda (DChiL) Accordion Closed
Delta Chi Lambda is an Asian Interest Sorority that was established at The University of Arizona on October 12, 2000. It welcomes all women pursuing an education and feel they would like to contribute to DChiL. It takes pride in honesty, loyalty, and friendship while supporting each other. Delta Chi Lambda Gamma Colony was created in Spring of 2012. 11 girls successfully crossed on December 4, 2011. Delta Chi Lambda Gamma Colony is the first Asian-American Interest sorority that chartered at NAU. By bringing another multicultural sorority to the Greek community we hope to strengthen and expand the diversity on campus and continue to teach each other. We’d like to create awareness of the Asian American culture not only for Asian American students, but students of many backgrounds.
Learn more about Delta Chi Lambda.
Filipino American Student Association (FASA) Accordion Closed
The Filipino American Student Association is a club that brings awareness of the Filipino culture to students at Northern Arizona University.
Learn More about FASA
Gamma Alpha Omega (GAO) Accordion Closed
A Latina-founded, multicultural organization that exists to:
- Increase the number of women with a college education and advanced degrees.
- Provide mentors for youth, women and under-represented communities.
- Enhance the individual leader in each member.
- Provide a family of lifelong support for sisters who live their lives by the pillars of honesty, integrity, leadership, scholarship and unity.
Learn more about Gamma Alpha Omega.
Gamma Rho Lambda (GRL) Accordion Closed
Gamma Rho Lambda is an all-inclusive woman’s social sorority exemplifying the qualities of tolerance, diversity, unity, and trust, which provides a network of assistance in the areas of scholastic guidance, emotional support, and community service while ultimately developing the lifelong bonds of sisterhood.
Learn more about Gamma Rho Lambda.
Gold ‘N Brown Jacks Accordion Closed
To build camaraderie and strengthen a supportive peer and profession network among black males within the campus community.
For more information about Gold ‘N Brown Jacks, please contact: Kevin.Chase@nau.edu, Frederick.Gooding-Jr@nau.edu or Ricardo.Guthrie@nau.edu.
HAPA Hawaiian Club (HAPA) Accordion Closed
The purpose of the NAU HAPA Hawaiian Club is to help the students of Hawaii, as well as non-Hawaii students’ transition into college and feel a sense of “ohana.” The NAU HAPA Hawaiian Club supports the club members both socially and academically. Club activities give students the opportunity to bond with one another, participate in service activities for the community, and get involved with events around school to build a sense of engagement and belonging on campus. By giving students these opportunities, our club members are able to spread the Aloha Spirit and the Hawaiian culture not only around Northern Arizona University, but as well as around the Flagstaff Community.
Learn more about HAPA Hawaiian Club.
Indian Association of Northern Arizona Accordion Closed
IANA is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious organization formed for the following purpose:
(a) To bring together individuals who share an interest in various aspects of Indian life and culture.
(b) To promote awareness of Indian culture among the local community.
(c) To promote better relations and understanding among the various communities in Flagstaff and surrounding areas.
(d) To galvanize all the scattered Indian faculty, staff and students among campus into one community. To help the incoming Indians regarding logistics, food options, etc.
Learn more about the Indian Association of Northern Arizona.
Kappa Delta Chi (KDChi) Accordion Closed
Through numerous service events, sisterhood retreats, and academic and cultural workshops, KDChis learn more about themselves, each other and their surrounding Universities and communities. They blossom into committed leaders, are able to network with our remarkable alumnae, and continue to serve as civic leaders well past their graduation. KDChi is a non-traditional sorority full of diverse members and eager women ready to make a difference in our communities. With sisters, anything is possible.
Learn more about Kappa Delta Chi.
Korean Language and Culture Club Accordion Closed
Korean Language and Cultural Club hold weekly meetings to provide language teaching session as well as Korean culture classes. For more information please contact KLCC@nau.edu 🙂 There are two primary goals. One is learning Korean and the other is enjoying Korean culture.
Learn more about the Korean Language and Culture Club.
Ladies of Truth Accordion Closed
The Ladies of T.R.U.T.H. is a club for African American women on campus. It is a place of empowerment where we can understand ourselves and each other and drive each other to our fullest potential. We do community service together, hold workshops and host guest speakers.
You can reach Ladies of Truth at email@example.com. You can also find Ladies of Truth on Instagram: @ladies_of_truth.
Latinx Student Union (LSU) Accordion Closed
The Latinx Student Union of Northern Arizona University are united in bringing together all and every member of our communities to have a sense of culture and build a familia. This is a place where all individuals are encouraged to support one another by creating long-lasting connections on our campus. Our advocacy extends for the equity of dreamers, the protection of the undocumented, advancing queer and non-binary identities and fighting for equality in all its forms. We organize together with members of our community, allies and anyone looking to make positive change in our communities. We advocate for change through direct action, education on the multiple cultures of Latin America and by giving a voice to those marginalized in our society. We are inclusive, open and welcome all who want to build connections as we move social justice awareness forward.
Learn more about the Latinx Student Union.
Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Accordion Closed
The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program is grant funded through the Nation Science Foundation to support under-represented minority students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). We offer priority access to many academic supports such as early enrollment, free weekly tutoring, peer mentoring, outside-class STEM events, professional development, career guidance, graduate school preparation, and paid experiential learning opportunities (i.e. internships and undergraduate research). Join our supportive STEM community at any academic level!
Learn more about LSAMP.
Mixed Student Union Accordion Closed
A safe place to share, learn about, and elevate the perspective of students that are multiracial, multiethnic, transracial adoptee, multicultural, or anybody that identifies as mixed in one way or another. We aim to enhance social consciousness and acceptance of mixed people’s experience and foster community among mixed individuals. Being mixed is considered by some to be one of the loneliest experiences in America, and we are here to provide support and empathy to our mixed peers. Everyone, no matter how you identify, is welcome and encouraged to participate!
To learn more about Mixed Studnet Union, please visit their website.
NAU International Club Accordion Closed
The International Club at NAU is a social club with the goal of spreading cultural awareness throughout NAU and Flagstaff. International Club promotes the interaction of people from different countries, cultures, and backgrounds.
NAU Wushu Team Accordion Closed
Our mission is to teach and practice the art of Wushu, furthering our physical and mental capacities for Chinese martial arts including history, culture, and competition.
Learn more about the NAU Wushu Team.
Native Americans United (NAUnited) Accordion Closed
A group that strives to enhance the educational experience of Native American students and provide cultural awareness. To help plan and make possible Native American Events and continue traditions and extend culture to others
Learn more about Native Americans United.
Omega Delta Phi (ODPhi) Accordion Closed
Scholarship, Leadership, Service Opportunities, and Social Interaction
Learn more about Omega Delta Phi.
Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (oSTEM) Accordion Closed
A national society dedicated to educating and fostering leadership for LGBTQA communities in the STEM fields. As an organization dedicated to community, our work starts with our mission. It serves as a touchstone and reminds us of our common goals:
- To educate, empower and engage a diverse community,
- To identify, address advocate for the needs of LGBTQA students in the STEM fields,
- And we fulfill these needs through mentorship connections, networking opportunities, strategic collaborations, and professional/leadership development.
Learn more about oSTEM.
People Respecting Individuals & Sexual Minorities (PRISM) Accordion Closed
We are Northern Arizona University’s largest student-led LGBTQA organization. We support LGBTQA students to help form a sense of community and friendship. Our meeting topics range from queer history/herstory and current events to trans* controversies. We put on a drag show every semester featuring students from Northern Arizona University and Coconino Community College.
Learn more about PRISM.
Queer and Allied Professional Leadership Council (QAPLC) Accordion Closed
QAPLC was formed to provide a safe discussion and learning environment, with focus on issues of business ethics and marketing through the lens of LGBTQA+ and allies. Topics of discussion, inspection, and solution, include; marketing to LGBTQA+, harassment in the workplace, and hot topics that become relevant to the LGBTQA+ community as they come. QAPLC provides a safe and friendly environment as well as challenge members to build their strength of character through discussion and volunteer work. This will include the Northern Arizona University main and satellite campuses as well as the community at large. QAPLC is a club built on the idea of being service driven, leadership building, character development, and education.
Learn more about QAPLC.
Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) Accordion Closed
SACNAS is dedicated to increasing the representation of true diversity of all backgrounds in all fields of STEM research, and organizes the National Diversity in STEM annual conference. The NAU SACNAS Chapter works to connect underrepresented students with research experiences, community, and all of the wonderful opportunities at the conference. Join us for social events, mentoring, and to build your network in research!
Learn more about SACNAS at NAU.
The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Accordion Closed
SWE empowers women and men to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders. The purpose of the Society of Women Engineers is to be a support group for engineering students here at NAU. The Society of Women Engineers mission is to stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.
Learn more about SWE.
Society of Hispanic Engineers Accordion Closed
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize their fullest potential and impacts the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.
SHPE’s vision is a world where Hispanics are highly valued and influential as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. As a new club to the Northern Arizona University campus, we have come together to re-kindle the excellence in education, the pursuit of professionalism and attainment of leadership, to the diverse community in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Learn more about SHPE.