Involvement Opportunities


Getting involved will help you get the most out of your college experience. Attend campus events, join organizations and clubs on campus, and volunteer your time to support the community!

There are over 200+ clubs and organizations on campus. Explore these many opportunities in the Registered Student Organizations Directory. Once you find a group you are interested, attend the meeting or email the president!

Just some of the many involvement opportunities in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences…

Community Engagement/Service Opportunities

SBS Student Academic Clubs

  • Aging Studies Club
  • Anthropology Club
  • Corrections Club
  • Economics Club (not active Spring 2018)
  • Ethnic Studies Student Organization (not active Spring 2018)
  • History Club
  • Law Enforcement Club
  • Pre-Law Society
  • Psychology Club
  • Regional and National Geographic Explorers (RANGE)
  • School Psychology Society
  • Sociology Club
  • S.U.R.S.I. (Students of Urban and Regional Studies Institute
  • United Nations/International Relations Club

SBS Student Honor Societies

  • Alpha Phi Sigma- A nation-wide honor society for the field of criminal justice
  • Phi Alpha Theta- An International Honor Society in History
  • Psi Chi- National Honor Society for Psychology is open to undergraduates and graduates