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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.

Current Clubs

Here to bring students of the LGBTQ and fellow alliances together in a safe space to connect, share, and accept one another as we navigate through life.

Student Contact: Olive Brend,

Club Advisor: Jennifer Sweitzer,

This group aims to impact the vulnerable in Juneau for good through volunteer-ship, introduce UAS students to non-profit & outdoor adventure industry leaders, & to relevant leadership experience & job leads for UAS students

Advisor: Josiah Pleasant,

President: Gage Cadenhead,  

First Meeting of the Semester: Weather & COVID Restrictions Permitting, on the water out of Auke Bay, ideally the week of September 21st or the following week. Contact for details. 

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.

Club Advisor: Martin Carter,

Student Contact: Delton Claggett,

Meetings and general communication will happen through our Discord server at

Students will learn more about film theory and how to critically examine films for deeper meanings. Additionally, we will learn the necessary skills to make our own short films. We will sit back, relax, and have a good time watching movies with like-minded peers.

Student Lead: Rayne Billings,

Club Advisor: Richard Simpson,

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.

Club Advisor: Andrzej Piotrowski,, 907-796-6423

The Accounting Club provides a forum for students to meet informally with accounting faculty and professionals working for the government and business. The purpose of the club is to connect local and online students with accounting professionals.

Club Advisor: Julie Hamilton,

The UAS Veterans and Family Student Association's purpose is to connect students who are Veterans or dependents of Veterans to other students as well as staff/faculty members. Professional development sessions will be offered throughout the year that will cover topics relevant to Veterans and Veteran dependents.

Club Advisor: Deb Rydman,, (907) 796-6368

Student Contact: David Carroll,

Meeting Times: Contact club advisor or student lead for details.

As a leadership club, Wooch.een works closely with the University of Alaska Southeast and community organizations to foster a better understanding of our states' wonderful tribes and promotes an awareness of our state's cultural and social issues.

Club Advisor: Kolene James,

The Mosaic Campus Ministry is a student organization affiliated with the Tongass Baptist 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.

Community Advisor: Troy L. McMorris,, 907-201-1449

Club President: Casandra Chase,


Facebook link:

Student Lead: Olive Brend,

Club Advisor: Susan Kendig,

Club Handbook

Please take time to review the club handbook