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Liberal Arts Student Organizations

Meetings and activities are open to all (some activities require prior registration).  Most organizations post information on the Student Council Oncourse site and through Student Link.  Most student organizations participated in Weeks of Welcome events in August -September and always welcome new members and participants.

 

Special event: 


Chat with the Dean! 

Meet with Dean Bill Blomquist and Assoc. Dean of Students Gina Sanchez-Gibau

Mon., Nov 17, 2:00-3:00PM, CA438

This is your opportunity to communicate your experiences and recommendations as well as to hear about priorities for the school and campus.

 

 

Organization

For info contact

Liberal Arts Student Council

CA243D

  

Anthropology Club

CA410

American Sign Language/ASL Club

CA425

Communication Studies Club

CA309

Council for Strategic International Affairs

CA243D

Economics Club

CA516

English Club

CA502L

Film Studies Club

CA502L

Forensics/Debate

CA309

Francophone Student Alliance

CA545

Genesis/Literary Publication

CA502L

Geography Club

CA213

German Club

CA545

Historical Society

CA504M

Japanese Club

CA545

Lambda Pi Eta

CA309

Museum Studies Club

CA410

Paralegal Student Association

CA504J

Philosophy Club

CA331

POLSA
(Political Science Student Assoc)

CA504J

RSSA
(Religious Studies Student Association)

CA335

Sociology Club

CA306

Spanish Club

CA545

Student Ambassadors

CA441

Gender Awareness/Women United

CA540

World Relations Group

CA243D