Students ClubsPage address: http://sbs.mnsu.edu/advisingu/getinvolved/studentclub.html
This club exists to bring together undergraduate and graduate students from different disciplines that have an interest in Aging Studies. This will allow students to serve the community through projects and by interacting with professionals that work with the elderly.
This organization assists anthropology majors and interested students with activities, goals, and needs. Past activities have included providing career information and social events.
This club is open to all majors. The purpose of the organization is to expand students' and community members' interest and knowledge in the field of corrections. Activities include jail tours, listening to guest speakers, equipment training, motivational interviewing training, and resume-building activities.
Open to all students regardless of major. Assists students in developing economic concepts and ideas while offering a social, academic and professional environment.
The purpose of this organization shall be to facilitate events, discussions, and exchanges between students and faculty from a variety of college, departments, and organizations in regards to the historically complex and interdependent issue surrounding the strengthening and degradation of contemporary subordinate groups within the United States. This club is open to all students regardless of major.
Always open to new members with fresh ideas and varying interests. Activities include meetings, local and out-of-state field trips, guest speakers, symposiums, and lectures.
A student-run organization with a focus on further development of educational opportunities through training, leadership, community involvement, and building esprit de corps. The LEC also serves as social meeting place for all law enforcement majors/minors.
Create friendly and safe environment to talk about pertinent issues relating to women in law enforcement. Promote and engage in criminal justice education and particularly as it relates to women in law enforcement. Promote law enforcement among female students and help one another develop and grow within. Support any female interested in criminal justice and law enforcement related careers. Provide support on topics and issues specifically dealing with female related issues within the law enforcement profession. Promote, encourage, and facilitate membership with MAWP. Participate in group activities with the MNSU Law Enforcement Club.
The purpose of this organization is to create an outlet for feminist voices on campus by publishing an alternative publication twice-annually on the Minnesota State Mankato campus, by and for students, faculty and staff. The alternative publication will seek to deconstruct feminist stereotypes and address issues such as racism, classism, and homophobia.
Open to anyone interested in law, the club offers information pertaining to class planning and applying to law school. Past activities have included meetings, recruitment, guest speakers, and visits to law schools.
This organization is open to undergraduate and graduate students, and provides information on psychological events, graduate school preparation, research opportunities, and guest speakers.
The purpose of the School Psychology Society is to promote awareness of the discipline of school psychology and the founding of the School Psychology Doctoral Program at Minnesota State University, Mankato by encouraging education and community involvement. The School Psychology Society is open to both undergraduate and graduate students who have an interest in the field and have a strong academic record. For applications or more information about the society please visit the psychology department in Armstrong Hall 23.
Open to anyone interested in the social work field. The club offers support for students, takes tours of areas where social workers could possibly be employed, and is involved in community service activities.
Outlined around the idea that more than classroom discussion is needed to understand the world from a sociological perspective. The club gives people a place that is conductive to frank and open discussion about sociological ideas, as well as shares information about graduate programs and job opportunities.
The Students of Urban and Regional Studies Institute is open to undergraduates and graduates interested in urban studies. The club educates students and the community about urban studies information, provides career development programs, and establishes camaraderie between students and faculty. Activities include meetings, picnics, field trips, lectures, and career development.
Students join this organization to promote global awareness and international education, and to bring the community a better understanding of the world and cultures through a study of the operating and inner workings of the United Nation