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Student Organizations/Club

Do you have an interest or hobby? Looking for a fun way to meet and hang out with other students who share your interests, make connections, and pad your resume? Check out the list of Current Clubs in the tab above!

Don't see the club you're looking for? Consider starting one of your own! The club registration process is easy, and as an official club you'll have access to resources not available to other groups on campus! For more information on starting clubs, see the Club Handbook and Registration tabs.

Why Join a Club?

Student organizations are an essential part of campus life at the University of Alaska Southeast. Involvement in student organizations can enrich your experience as a UAS student and offer you the chance to develop leadership skills as well as strengthen your relationships with fellow students, your campus, and the Juneau community.

Joining or starting a club may help you:

  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Make connections with UAS faculty and staff
  • Make connections within the Juneau community
  • Relieve stress
  • Add new skills and experiences to your resume

If you have any questions about Student Clubs or Organizations, please contact Student Activities.

Fall 2021 Clubs

Purpose

Our purpose is to create a safe space for LGBTQ students on campus to meet, talk, and hang out. We are open to all identities.

Goals

  • Provide a safe space for LGBTQ students on campus
  • Plan relevant events to educate, encourage LGBTQ community, and allow LGBTQ voices to be heard.
  • Foster LGBTQ community, partnership, and presence on campus and in Southeast.

Contact

Who Can Participate

All UAS students

Meetings

Purpose

TBD

Goals

  • Goal 1
  • Goal 2
  • Goal 3

Contact

  • Club Advisor:
  • President:

Who Can Participate

Open to all UAS Students, faculty, staff & community members.

Meetings

Purpose

Gaming club provides the community of gamers and introverts of UAS with a place to meet up and the opportunity to make new friends while gaming.

Goals

  • Be a safe and inviting group.
  • Stimulate engagement with events and friendly competition.
  • Encourage trying new things, such as hobbies and play styles of games.

Contact

Membership Type

Open to all UAS Students, faculty, and staff. Community members are welcome to join in public events (e.g., talks).

Meetings

Saturdays | 5 p.m. - 12 a.m. | Egan Wing Upper Floor

Meetings and general communication will happen through our Discord server at https://discord.gg/ZmpXG8Q

Purpose

Our purpose is to show mathematics outside of the classroom. This includes looking at fun facts, presentations, or challenge problems from journals. All students welcome no matter what level they are in.

Goals

  • Show mathematics outside of the classroom.
  • Have fun while exploring new mathematical ideas.
  • Host talks on various mathematical topics or events.

Contact

Who Can Participate

Open to all UAS Students, faculty, and staff. Community members are welcome to join in public events (e.g., talks).

Meetings

http://uashome.alaska.edu/~APIOTROWSKI/math_club.html

Purpose

It shall be the mission of the Accounting Club to:

  • promote interest in the accounting profession as a career,
  • educate students about the various career paths available to accountants,
  • provide opportunities for members to interact with other accounting students, faculty, and leaders in the business community, and
  • take advantage of community volunteer opportunities for which club members can share their accounting expertise and spread the visibility of the Accounting Club.

Goals

  • providing a welcoming environment for all students interested in an accounting career,
  • increasing understanding and appreciation of the accounting profession,
  • drawing attention to members’ accomplishments,
  • improving awareness of the variety in accounting careers,
  • providing members with information about job opportunities and other matters of interest, and
  • providing other formal and informal opportunities for accounting students to expand their business and social skills.

Contact

Who Can Participate

Open to all UAS Students.

Meetings

Meet via zoom twice each semester.

Purpose

To connect military, veteran, and veteran's spouses and dependents to the campus community.

Goals

  • Provide opportunities to connect online to increase community.
  • Offer events that would be of interest to club members and the campus community.
  • Offer a venue for open discussion and veteran related concerns/issues.

Contact

    Who Can Participate

    Open to all UAS Students, faculty, staff & community members.

    Meetings

    Once a month virtual check in

Purpose

As a leadership club, our purpose is to work closely with the UAS and community organizations to foster a better understanding of our states' wonderful tribes and  promote an awareness of our state's cultural and social issues.

Goals

  • Our goal is to contribute to a student-centered inclusive environment.
  • Our objectives include honoring diversity, celebrating cultural traditions and knowledge, and enhance the learning experiences of our fellow UAS students.

Contact

Who Can Participate

Open to all UAS Students, faculty, staff & community members.

Meetings

Fridays | 1 - 2 p.m. | Native & Rural Student Center

Purpose

To know Christ and to make Christ known.

Goals

  • The Mosaic Campus Ministry is a student organization affiliated with the Tongass Baptis Association, the Alaska Baptist Convention and the North American Mission Board to minister to college students at the University of Alaska, Southeast.
  • It's primary objective is to Help Students Know Christ - We achieve this by REACHING students for Christ, CONNECTING them to like minded believers and to the local church, STRENGTHENING their faith walk and teaching them how to live a MISSIONAL lifestyle.
  • The Mosaic Campus Ministry is about helping students achieve excellence in all parts of their lives and enabling them to be a more vital part in the their churches and community.

Contact

Who Can Participate

Open to all UAS Students, faculty, staff & community members.

Meetings

Egan Library | Weekly

Purpose

Enhance and develop skill in Tlingit yaakw(dugout) building as well as skin boat and skin kayak construction.

Goals

  • Our goal is to build full-size vessel's for our club, UAS classes, and the community to use.
  • We are documenting everything, so it can be utilized for 2nd language acquisition curriculum.
  • Sharing the endangered knowledge of how-to construct ancient ship's of Tlingit Aaní and from around the state.

Contact

Who Can Participate

Open to all UAS Students

Meetings

Mondays & Fridays | 10 - 2 p.m. | Sobeloff 102 NWCA room | Once a month on Sunday | 3 - 6 p.m.

Club Handbook

Please take time to review the club handbook.