WHAT IS AN ORGANIZATION?
Student Organizations at Woodbury University are meant to enrich student life on campus by creating groups of students with similar interests and advocating for those interests. These organizations create leadership experience as well as helping students evolve real life interpersonal skills that can not be taught in the classroom. Find the best organization fit for you and give a hoot!
DON'T SEE AN ORGANIZATION YOU'RE INTERESTED IN?
Create your own! Have some friends that are interested in the same things you are but don't see an organization for it? Contact ASWU and find out how to create your own organization. All new organizations recieve a $200 start up fund for their organization, provided by ASWU.
The 7500 Club works in close liaison with Woodbury’s Digital Journalism course as an extracurricular wing that contributes to the campus’ online magazine. Members will create content including articles, photos, videos and podcasts for the print and digital publication. The club will also assist in planning Summer, Fall and Spring events. All majors welcome!
Accounting Society is an organization where Accounting and other Business majors are welcome to join. It provides students opportunities for self-development and association among members and practicing business professionals. Accounting Society participates in many events that help members build early connections.
Meetings are on Tuesday’s 12:00 – 1:00 pm, room TBD
The AIAS Woodbury chapter aims to promote collaboration between the students of architecture at Woodbury University and the professional practice by fostering individualism, leadership, and service in their architectural education. We envisions a studio culture where students can exchange ideas through collaboration, mentorship, and leadership. We strive for a studio environment that is open to criticism, open to differences, and personal and communal space is maintained through professionalism.
The Woodbury Animation Club's purpose is to create a professional environment where not only animation students but animation enthusiasts can come together and learn about the industry from professionals as well as other students. We also enjoy hosting or collaborating events that showcase our student's talents as well as others that can inspire our art and propel us forward.
Behind the Seams
We are the new and improved Fashion Club at Woodbury University. We aim to teach our members about style, sewing, fashion trends, and how to recognize that Fashion is an art form. We are a creative and experimental club that will push boundaries on learning new things from minimal and aesthetics, and making them our own. We are Behind the Seams.
Meeting held biweekly Thursdays at 5PM
Location: Cabrini Hall, Room C204
DELTA SIGMA PHI
The Delta Sigma Phi, Epsilon Pi chapter strives to embody our main tenants of leadership, philanthropy, community service, knowledge, brotherhood, chivalry, and the pursuit of success. More than half of the chapter's active members hold positions in other organizations at Woodbury. At a national level, Delta Sigma Phi has established 224 chapters across the country and 118,000 initiated members in its 117 year history, helping to enrich the lives of its members and their communities.
PHI SIGMA SIGMA
We are a dynamic, principled, passionately committed group of women from around the world who define ourselves not by our distinct differences, but by what we have in common. And that common bond is a firm belief that women of different religions, cultures, backgrounds and viewpoints working together can and do make a difference in our communities, and in the world, every day. Our mission is to inspire the personal development of each sister and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood while also keeping our vision to be a dynamic sisterhood of powerful women fostering uncompromising principles, igniting positive change and embracing individuality.
CEO is Woodury University’s chapter of the national Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization. Our mission is to inform, support, and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation. We host the Baron Business Plan Competition to provide students with a chance to develop their entrepreneurial skills.CEO is the premier global entrepreneurship network serving more than 200,000 students through 400 chapters in more than 43 states.
Black Student Association
The Black Student Associations' main purpose is to celebrate Black Heritage, communicate with various associations of people and assemblies, and educate the Woodbury University campus as well as the community at large. Our main priority is to build and foster a community amongst the black students at Woodbury University. We discuss the various political, social, and cultural issues that pertain to African American students, with the intentions of encouraging, educating, and empowering our members
BETA LAMBDA CHI
Originally founded in 1991, the brotherhood of Beta Lambda Chi has always strived to promote the continued success of its members. Established with cultural and educational ideals at its core, the brothers of Beta Lambda Chi have always and will forever set the standard for all others to follow at the Woodbury University campus.
IIDA gives students a direct and indirect approach to the issues and innovations surrounding the Interior Design profession. Being ACTIVE in IIDA sharpens leadership skills, easily connects you to create with student and professional designers internationally, looks amazing on resumes for prospective employers and scholarships, and opens your mind with unique workshops and competitions.It is a sure fire way to thrive and be successful in the competitive world of Interior Architecture!
LA VOZ UNIDA
We the students of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students at Woodbury University have come together to enhance our education, network with professionals, and begin to define what a culturally diverse architectural education can be. We find, as minorities and underrepresented people of color studying architecture, a community of purpose and cultural experience that warrants our combined efforts in the advancement of our future profession, our respective activities in it, and the needs of the communities we will serve. To these ends, we establish this student organization which is built on the bonds of the common professional interests that brings us together; and equally, on the bonds of friendship and shared experience that will sustain a diverse, equal, and inclusive architectural education.
This association allows like minded individuals who are interested in psychology to brainstorm ideas, share the latest news and organize events related to psychology. We offer help to new students who have any questions about the program or Woodbury campus and provide information about the Psychology Program of Woodbury University. The club is not limited to psychology students only, students and faculty from all departments are welcome to join, as we discuss topics in psychology that can be very useful for people in general.
We, the Residence Hall Association (RHA), are a student organization within Residential Life. We are committed to the belief that residential life is an important component of the educational experience. We aim to advocate the well-being of residents and provide opportunities through event planning and activities.
Meeting time: Biweekly starting September 5, 8:15PM at the North Hall Lobby
The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
SAUDI STUDENT ASSOCIATION
SIGMA GAMMA RHO
It is the mission of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority to enhance the quality of life for women and their families in the U.S. and globally through community service. Our goal is to achieve greater progress in the areas of education, healthcare, and leadership development. Our members, affiliates, staff and community partners work to create and support initiatives that align with our vision.
The Communication Club at Woodbury is dedicated to the enrichment of students through imaginative, collective, and intuitive activities. Our aims is to embrace the diversity of the student body while increasing our individual and mutual understanding of communication in our surroundings. We meet every other week on Tuesdays, from 1-2PM. Location TBD.