Clubs and organizations

 

African Student Association (ASA)

Primary Contact: Natasha Mophuting

E-mail: ntm39@nau.edu

Adviser: George Omwandho

E-mail: George.Omwandho@nau.edu

Description: Students, staff and faculty who come together in order to share the African cultures and support one another in the University setting. Promote African culture within the University, community, and association. To support and assist African students at NAU and to work with other NAU organizations.

For more information about African Student Association, click here.

American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)

Primary Contact: Armondo Thomas

E-mail: aat78@nau.edu

Adviser: Alexis Baca-Spry

E-mail: Alexis.Baca-Spry@nau.edu

Description: To increase substantially the representation of American Indian in Engineering, Science and other related fields. Benefits in Science & Engineering, Internships, volunteering, scholarships

For more information about American Indian Science and Engineering Society, click here.

Black Student Union (BSU)

Primary Contact: Marquitta Lambert

Email: nau.bsu@gmail.com

Adviser: Bernadine Lewis

E-mail: Bernadine.Lewis@nau.edu

Description: 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.

For more information about Black Student Union, click here.

Chinese Student and Scholar Association

Primary Contact: Ziyue Huang

E-mail: zyh2@nau.edu

Adviser: Xia Jiang

Email: Xia.Jiang@nau.edu

Description: Our organization is an International group with mostly Chinese students and some other faculties. CSSA is a culture sharing organization; we welcome everyone to join us. Our purpose is to provide a platform for mostly Chinese students to meet each other and make friends. In addition, we are aimed at offering better service for members.

For more information about Chinese Student and Scholar Association, click here.

Daleth He Aleph Cultural Sorority

Primary Contact: Dawn Rebeccah Bohanon

Email: daleth.he.aleph.culture@gmail.com

Adviser: T. Mark Montoya

Email: T.Montoya@nau.edu

Description: 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.

For more information about Daleth He Aleph Cultural Sorority, click here.

Delta Chi Lambda (DChiL)

Primary Contact: Tara Marie Wong

Email:

Adviser: Danielle Shipley

Email: danielle.shipley@nau.edu

Description: 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.

For more information about Delta Chi Lambda, click here.

Engineers Without Borders (NAU) (EWB-NAU)

Primary Contact: Cheryl Dilks

Email: ewb.nau@gmail.com

Adviser: Paul Trotta

Email: Paul.Trotta@nau.edu

Description: Engineers Without Borders at NAU is a chapter of EWB-USA. We welcome all majors, because successful development projects require skills from many disciplines. The students who are part of this group delve into sustainable engineering, anthropology, education, and countless other subjects to lead projects that improve the quality of life of our partner communities. We are currently partnered with communities in Ghana, Honduras, and organizations near Flagstaff. To travel the world while gaining valuable experiences in engineering/anthropology, fundraising, presenting, and project management. A chance to put whatever skills you possess towards making a positive change in the world.

For more information about Engineers Without Borders, click here.

Gamma Alpha Omega (GAO)

Contact: Daniella Arango

E-mail: omicron@gammaalphaomega.com

Adviser: Valeria Chase

E-mail: Valeria.Chase@nau.edu

Adviser: Tim Pettry

E-mail: Tim.Pettry@nau.edu

Description: 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.

For more information about Gamma Alpha Omega, click here.

Gamma Rho Lambda (GRL)

Primary Contact: Audrey Baird

Email: nau@gammarholambda.org

Adviser: Matthew Tombaugh

Email: matthew.tombaugh@nau.edu

Description: 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.

For more information about Gamma Rho Lambda, click here.

HAPA Hawaiian Club (HAPA)

Primary Contact: Tara Marie Wong

E-mail: tnw25@nau.edu

Adviser: Keola Wong

E-mail: Keola.Wong@nau.edu

Description: 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

For more information about HAPA Hawaiian Club, click here.

Hispanic Honors and Service Society (HHSS)

Primary Contact: Alfredo Navarro

E-mail: an376@nau.edu

Adviser: Juliana Suby

E-mail: Juliana.Suby@nau.edu

Description: To function as an honorary service society to the community and to promote the Latino culture on the NAU campus and Flagstaff community.

For more information about Hispanic Honors and Service Society, click here.

International Club (iClub)

Primary Contact: Craig Mcarthur

E-mail: cam445@nau.edu

Adviser: Sean M. Milton

E-mail: Sean.Milton@nau.edu

Description: 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.

For more information about International Club, click here.

Japanese Culture Club

Primary Contact: Reejay Martinez

Email: japanesecultureclub.nau@gmail.com

Adviser: Chie Okubo

Email: Chie.Okubo@nau.edu

Description: The purpose of this Japanese Culture Club is to bring together students who share a common interest in Japanese culture, increase Asian awareness and further unite the Japanese community, and help students going into the exchange program gain a better perspective towards the culture and society as well as a better experience.

For more information about Japanese Culture Club, click here.

Kappa Delta Chi (KDChi)

Primary Contact: Annmarie Gomez

E-mail: ag699@nau.edu

Adviser: Dulce Rosario Soto

E-mail: Dulce.Soto@nau.edu

Adviser: Kristine Koehler

Email: Kristine.Koehler@nau.edu

Description: 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.

For more information about Kappa Delta Chi, click here.

Korean Language and Culture Association

Primary Contact: Hyunsoo Park

Email: hp84@nau.edu

Adviser: Soo Jung Youn

Email: Soo-Jung.Youn@nau.edu

Description: Korean Language and Cultural association holds weekly meetings to provide language teaching session as well as Korean culture classes. We have up to ten volunteer Korean tutors that lead our sessions. For more information please contact hp84@nau.edu. :) There are two primary goals. One is learning Korean and the other is enjoying Korean culture.

For more information about Korean Language and Culture Association, click here.

M.E.Ch.A de NAU (Movimiento Estudiantil Chicana/o de Aztlán)

Co-chair: Angel Cerritos

E-mail: mechadenau@gmail.com

Adviser: T. Mark Montoya

E-mail: T.Montoya@nau.edu

Description: A group of individuals dedicated to the promotion of Chican@ philosophy. It is not specific to one nationality, gender, or orientation, but solely for any person striving for the empowerment and liberation of Chican@s in higher education. To provide educational, cultural, social, and political consciousness for Chican@ issues.

For more information about M.E.Ch.A de NAU, click here.

National Society of Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH)

Primary Contact: Abigail Palicki

E-mail: nau@nsmh.org

Adviser: Kathleen Krahn

E-mail: Kathleen.Krahn@nau.edu

Description: Educate in order to aid in the recruitment, retention, support, and advancement of minority students in the hospitality industry. Build and maintain relationships between hospitality professionals and minority students in ways that encourage lifelong commitment to the organization. To further your ability to gain excellent employment in the hospitality industry.

For more information about National Society of Minorities in Hospitality, click here.

Native American Business Organization (NABO)

Primary Contact: Sergio Nelson

E-mail: srn34@nau.edu

Adviser: Sharon Doctor

E-mail: Sharon.Doctor@nau.edu

Description: A group that encourages networking, communication and leadership by attending conferences and workshops as well as being active in volunteering. To assist and encourage students to complete their degree while building communication and leadership skills through business practices.

For more information about Native American Business Organization, click here

Native American Cultural Enrichment (NACE)

Primary Contact: Monty Begay

Email: mdb293@nau.edu

Adviser: Daisy Purdy

Email: Daisy.Purdy@nau.edu

Description: Native American cultural activities, guest speakers, and events. This organization has been created to enrich the minds of students on campus interested in the Native American culture. Also to help support students academically and adjust to University life.

For more information about Native American Cultural Enrichment, click here.

Native Americans United

Contact: Sean Begay

Email: sbb42@nau.edu

Adviser: Chad Hamill

E-mail: Chad.Hamill@nau.edu

Description: 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

For more information about Native Americans United, click here.

NAU German Club

Primary Contact: Susanna Dart

Email: sfd25@nau.edu

Adviser: Dr. Marilya Veteto-Reese

Email: Marilya.Veteto.Reese@nau.edu

Description: This is a club of both German Students and any other students interested in or studying the German language, and the cultures of German-speaking countries. Promote interest in German-speaking countries and their culture among NAU community

For more information about NAU German Club, click here.

OBITOO Interest Group (OB2)

Primary Contact: Angelo Perez

Email: obitoo.ig@gmail.com

Adviser: Chie Okubo

Email: Chie.Okubo@nau.edu

Description: OBITOO is a diverse group of young men committed to starting the first Asian-Interest Fraternity on the Northern Arizona University Flagstaff Mountain Campus. We hope to build camaraderie among our members, as well as provide community service and social opportunities directed towards the Asian community both on and off campus. OBITOO is a provisionary member of the University's United Greek Council.

For more information about OBITOO Interest Group, click here.

Omega Delta Phi

Primary Contact: Rafael Cachero

E-mail: rc456@nau.edu

Adviser: T. Mark Montoya

E-mail: T.Montoya@nau.edu

Description: Scholarship, Leadership, Service Opportunities, and Social Interaction

For more information about Omega Delta Phi, click here.

OneTribe

Primary Contact: Ethan Amos

Email: onetribeministry@gmail.com

Adviser: Rebecca Swain

Email: Rebecca.Swain@nau.edu

Description: A Native American Christian Organization. One Tribe is a gathering of Native American Christian students to encourage academia, spiritual growth, and to equip students to make an impact in their communities, on the reservation and in the world.

For more information about OneTribe, click here.

Thirteen Stripes

Primary Contact: Raziel Argueta

Email: NAU13Stripes@gmail.com

Adviser: Davida Delmar

Email: Davida.Delmar@nau.edu

Description: On Sunday, January 13, the founding students from Northern Arizona University came together to form an organization with the mission to promote diversity and leadership through the encouragement of academic achievement, philanthropy within the community, and advocacy of social change for students of color within NAU campus environment.

For more information about Thirteen Stripes, click here.