We are dedicated to prevention efforts against human trafficking, domestic violence, etc. We raise awareness of the organizations nation & world wide who fight to end the crime of forced prostitution and forced labor, such as the Polaris Project and IJ
SUUSA is SUU's student government. They are composed of the Academic senate, the clubs and student leadership branch, the cabinet, and the student activities board.
The focus of this club is to provide hands-on learning for those seeking to gain experience in Information Security. These practice sessions prepare us for upcoming security competitions (CaptureTheFlag & Cyber Defense).Thursdays 6:30pm in ELC306
Want to be a part of a fun performing group of students? All you've gotta do is A.S.C.C! Audition for our mixed voices a cappella group! Email us with any questions or for more information. Looking to fill all vocal parts including vocal percussionist.
The A+CED organization is a facilitator of interdisciplinary communication. The design of a structure and it's subsequent operation is performed by a myriad of efforts and roles and we strive to perform with distinction in each role in that process.
We help students achieve a better education by helping them understand themselves and overcome academic obstacles, by providing each student the means and guidance to achieve their goals. We believe that all can reach their potential.
Anyone interested in learning to play, teaching how to play, looking for others to play with, or anything involving Guitars, Ukuleles, etc.. We meet Weds from 6-8 pm in the Sharwan Smith Living Room. Come PLAY with us!
We meet once a week to learn acro yoga. We practice partnered yoga, yoga, and physical fitness.
Active Minds is a chapter of a national organization that is working to raise awareness about mental illness by putting on events to show support and making sure students know what resources they have.
all students that were born in Africa or from anywhere else can join this club to embrace our diversity and share our beautiful culture on our campus