Whatever your major, you’re bound to find a group that matches your academic interests or career aspirations. Many majors also offer a departmental honor society. Honor societies invite members to join based on academic achievement or class standing.

Details about our academic clubs:

Accounting Society
American Marketing Association
American Society for Microbiology
Athletic Training Club
Behavioral Neuroscience Club (BNS)
The Chemistry/Biochemistry Organization
Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
Computer Information Systems Society (CISS)
Economic and Finance Club
History Club
International Business Society
Investment Club
The Math Club
Physical Therapy Club
Pre-Health Professionals Society
Pre-Law Society
Psychology Club
Public Relations Students Society of America (PRSSA)
Quinnipiac Future Teachers Organization
Quinnipiac Literary Society
Quinnipiac Pre-Dental Club
Quinnipiac Student Nurses' Association (QSNA)
Quinnipiac University Engineering Student Organization (QUESO)
Quinnipiac University Game Club
Society for Anthropological Research
Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
Students of Philosophical Hypothesis in Academia (SOPHIA)
Undergraduate Physician Assistant Club

Accounting Society
The purpose of the Accounting Society is to encourage professional interest and understanding in the field of accounting and to improve the educational experience at Quinnipiac. The organization also provides a wide variety of activities, which gives students the opportunity to explore all phases of accounting. Activities include lectures by guest speakers in the fields of accounting, finance and government service; field trips to local industrial centers, and social gatherings to foster interaction between members.

American Marketing Association

This collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Association is an effective medium for the exchange and distribution of information on policies, problems and business methods that relate specifically to advertising and marketing. The club sponsors trips to marketing events and conferences and invites speakers to express their views on the world of business. Students in the advertising and marketing curriculum are urged to join the club to establish rapport with other students, faculty and professionals in the field, though students who are not in the major are welcome to come and explore the worlds of advertising and marketing.

American Society for Microbiology
The ASM exists to promote interest in microbiology, immunology, and other scientific genres through collaborations that bring students and faculty together in order to address current topics/issues related to the field of science.  They hope to enrich the Quinnipiac University community with information related to current topics.

Athletic Training Club
The purpose of the athletic training club is to enhance the students’ educational experience by promoting educational and social activities, to develop closer contact with those who are involved in the athletic profession.

Behavioral Neuroscience Club (BNS)
The Behavioral Neuroscience Club aims to make students well-rounded through participation in community service, promoting awareness of current scientific events, and providing students with essential academic skills that will benefit them in future careers. This club concentrates on appropriate academic areas regarding behavioral neuroscience and aims to take an active role in the NEURON conference annually and create a fundamental sense of community for individuals within our area of interest.

The Chemistry/Biochemistry Organization
The Chemistry/Biochemistry Organization at Quinnipiac University aims at broaden students' views of science in both the academic setting as well as the more untaught, practical setting.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization
The Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization informs, supports, and inspires college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation. The club helps students explore their ideas and brings like minds together to build a strong and effective team that will encourage and assist each other in their goals.

Computer Information Systems Society (CISS)
The purpose of the CISS is to foster an enriched understanding and appreciation for information systems and to develop interpersonal relationships between students, faculty and businesses.

Economic and Finance Club
The Economics and Finance Club exists not only for economics and finance majors, but for anyone interested in the field of business. The club offers a trip to New York City in the fall to visit the New York Stock Exchange. Their students network with alumni and other professionals in the business world. The club sponsors lecturers who speak of their experiences in various areas of business. This organization provides students with the ability to take what is learned in the classroom and apply it to the real world.

History Club
The History Club enables all students, regardless of major, as well as faculty and staff to join together to learn about and explore history. The club provides opportunities for the campus community to become acquainted with history through open membership and potential campus events/speakers. It also provides information to members on internships, scholarships and opportunities for those interested in history. Members of the History Club also have leadership opportunities presented to them throughout their time with the organization.

International Business Society
The purpose of this organization is to unite international business major students and others interested in international business issues into a close community of common interests, to fill the gap between limited classroom time and in-depth understanding of courses, and to encourage professional interests among the members of the International Business Society.

Investment Club
The function of the Investments Club is improving the student’s understanding of investments and investment banking.The club includes activities related to investing. The purpose is to display a real world approach to finance and the function of the markets and investment systems. Learn more

The Math Club
The purpose of this organization shall be to provide an environment where math enthusiasts can bond outside of the classroom by attending mathematical seminars/conferences at our university as well as others, by helping underclassmen in scheduling math classes, and by participating in fun math activities during meetings.

Physical Therapy Club
The Physical Therapy Club is a vocational and social organization striving to increase the Quinnipiac community’s awareness of the disabled and provides insight into physical therapy as a profession. Some of the activities sponsored by the club include special athletics; massage clinics and voluntary services for local activities such as wheelchair basketball and the Gaylord Fitness Festival.

Pre-Health Professionals Society
The Prehealth Professionals Society offers general as well as specific information and support for undergraduates in prehealth, particularly premedical programs, so that they can become fully aware of, and better prepared for, the options, requirements, benefits and demands of the field they intend to pursue.

Pre-Law Society
This group serves to educate and prepare students about the process for applying to and attending law school. The group upholds the highest standards of professionalism in all its associations and seeks to prepare students for the choices and challenges associated with the field of law as a career. A special emphasis is placed on civic responsibility and dedication to providing a meaningful community service.

Psychology Club
The purpose of the Psychology Club is to stimulate professional and academic interest in the field of psychology. The club sponsors activities such as lectures and discussions, as well as informational and networking sessions intended to increase knowledge; stay current with developments in the field; and support members in their pursuit of future academic and professional work. The club also promotes involvement in the community to foster members’ awareness of psychological and social issues beyond the classroom; provides a forum for members to develop relationships with psychology department faculty; and encourages participation in psychological conferences and conventions.

Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
PRSSA is a student-run organization whose purpose is to improve the quality of learning in the public relations field. Its members contribute to studies in public relations and also encourage their peers to join and contribute to the society’s efforts.

Quinnipiac Future Teachers Organization
This organization is designed to promote interests in education, provide development for personal and professional growth, provide means to learn about ethics and programs of the education profession, participate in cooperative work on the problems of this profession and community, and improve and promote Quinnipiac’s five-year MAT program.

Quinnipiac Literary Society
The purpose of the club is to promote community among QU students interested in writing and literature; to promote development of the whole person; to celebrate diversity; to commit to service to Quinnipiac and the local community; and to create an undergraduate research journal to publish student work.

Quinnipiac Pre-Dental Club
This group serves to educate and prepare students about the process for applying to and attending dental school. The Quinnipiac Pre-Dental Society unifies the pre-dental student community on campus. The Quinnipiac Pre-Dental Society educates the student body about oral health.

Quinnipiac Student Nurses' Association (QSNA)
The Quinnipiac Student Nurses' Association is an organization in which students engage in various activities and events that focus on bringing awareness to the nursing profession and to the many different fields that are within nursing. Started in 1997, the association sponsors many activities on campus and within the community. All are welcome to join.

Quinnipiac University Engineering Student Organization (QUESO)
The purpose of this organization is to explore Quinnipiac University's students interest in the fields of Engineering, to increase the community's awareness of engineering, and to assist in the facilitation of networking between alumni, students, faculty and employers in the fields of Engineering.

Quinnipiac University Game Club
The purpose of this organization shall be to play, experience, and design all different types of games. We would play all types of games including, but not limited to: video games, board games, card games, computer games, mobile games, sports, etc. We would also be a source of guidance for students enrolled in Game Design and Development courses.

Society for Anthropological Research
The mission of the Society for Anthropological Research is to promote and raise awareness about anthropology and work on research that benefits the group.

Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
This association seeks to promote professional interest in, and an understanding of, the field of occupational therapy. The organization also provides services to the community as well as social activities. SOTA exposes students and the community to the different modalities, equipment and roles of the professional therapist. It brings together occupational therapy students of various academic ranks to provide support, ease the difficulties faced by new students, and facilitate communication. The association is involved in various fundraisers to support charities, community services and social activities.

Students of Philosophical Hypothesis in Academia (SOPHIA)
The curious students of Sophia believe in the pursuit of truth and meaning in everyday life. Committed to developing the intellectual life within our environment, we promote thoughtful dialogue, enjoyable conversation, and the practical application of philosophical inquiry. Our aim is to create an open forum for universally interesting questions and ideas that will attract each individual voice from the Quinnipiac community.

Undergraduate Physician Assistant Club
The purpose of the Undergraduate Physician Assistant Club is to serve as the official organization for students interested in the physician assistant field, to promote academic awareness and achievement and clinical excellence, and to promote the physician assistant as a member of the health care delivery team.

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