The student-run Program Board hosts a variety of events throughout the academic year - everything from art galleries to Spring Jam™, hypnotists to homecoming.
The Student Activities Office is home to student group registration, events, resources, and advisor support in addition to the SUA Program Board who is responsible for planning and implementing campus-wide events and activities such as Homecoming.
The Advanced Professional Degree Consulting Club (APDCC) provides a forum for graduate students to learn about consulting as a career option.
The All-Campus Elections Commission (ACEC) is a student group whose responsibility is to formulate, disseminate, and interpret the Election Rules in addition to oversee and facilitate campus elections.
Founded January 15, 1908 at Howard University in Washington D.C, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is the first Greek-letter organization established by African American college-trained women. We have a strong legacy in sisterhood and service.
The AIAA UMN Student Chapter provides resources to connect aspiring engineers to the professional aerospace community. We support teams for national design competitions, organize outreach, professional development and social events throughout the year.
Anselm House Students is a community of students, scholars, and thinkers from a variety of disciplines working together to explore and understand the implications of the Christian faith for every field of study and every aspect of life.
We are the team opened for anyone who is interested in developing Apps. Our goal is to Make Your Ideas Come True! It will be a great platform for you to share your computer science knowledge, your creative ideas, and your leadership skills!
ABESA is a fast growing organization that strives to provide unique resources and opportunities for all students interested in business related careers. It provides both an open networking platform and a close-knit supporting community.
ACM UMN is a student-run organization dedicated to advancing computing technology and educating students in the field of computing machinery. We are a supportive, diverse community bridging the gap between the academic and professional worlds.