Campus Organizations

Issue Areas:


Arts & Culture

Anthropology Club

The Anthropology Club organizes and sponsors events that enrich the education experience of students with an interest in Anthropology: the study of human diversity on a cross-cultural basis. The club maintains a busy schedule of meetings and hosts guest lecturers, master's degree thesis defenses and films. More information about past a future events can be found on the Anthropology Club's UAA Life Profile!

Arts Students Association

The Arts Students Association works to connect UAA students who are interested in producing and studying the visual arts. Their goal is to provide interesting and exciting events that allow students to engage in creativity and collaboration. They also coordinate weekly events such as Weekend Life Drawing and Sketch Group to provide students the opportunity to practice their art outside of the classrom environment. For more info, check out their UAA Life profile or their Facebook page!

UAA Glee Club

The UAA Glee club brings together both UAA alumni and current students who share a love of music and a passion to perform. The group performs a wide variety of a cappella and accompanied music including pop, rock, R&B, hip hop and musical theatre.ntry to the group is based on invitation, and auditions for the group are held during the beginning of each semester. Check out UAA Glee Club's UAA Life profile or Facebook page for more information and future events!




Community & Economic Development

UAA Circle K

  Circle K

The UAA Circle K is a student-led community service club sponsored by the Kiwanis group. In the past, they have helped with Mountain View's Thanksgiving Dinner by distributing turkeys and other food at Clark Middle School to families in need. The mission of the UAA Circle K is to develop College and University students into a global network of responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong commitment to service.  All while having fun and making friends! For information about events and meeting times, check out Circle K's UAA Life profile!


Youth Education & Development - Early to Middle


Youth Education & Transition to Young Adulthood

Student National Association of Teachers of Singers 

The purpose of SNATS is to encourage, support, educate, and inform Vocal majors here at UAA who plan to have performance and teaching careers by providing guest speakers, Q&A sessions, and masterclasses! Meeting info can be found at the SNATS UAA Life Page. You can also check out the Facebook page of NATS Alaska for more information!


Environment & Sustainability

UAA Heifer International

The Heifer International Club’s mission is “to promote and educate the community about the values and goals of the organization Heifer International, namely promoting peace by ending hunger. We will do this by hosting events focused on Heifer International's work, peace promotion, solutions to hunger, and international/geographical issues. Our secondary goal is to raise awareness of and funding for Heifer International.” Campus and community events that have been carried out by Heifer include the popular annual Barn Dance as well as an Alternative Gift Fair that is held each November. More information can be found on UAA Heifer's Facebook Page as well as on the website of Heifer International.

Sustainability Club

The Sustainability Club’s mission is “to bring students together for social events and projects to promote sustainability at UAA and in the local community.” They are presently running a student garden on campus; check out their photos and Garden Blog for updates! More information and meeting times for the club can be found on the club's Facebook Page or their UAA Life Profile!


Food Security and Affordable Housing


Health & Mental Health

American Medical Student Association

University of Alaska Anchorage's American Medical Student Association: Pre-Medical Chapter is comprised of Alaskan students who aim to work in the medical field. They are interested in overcoming our geographic disadvantage and aspire to travel beyond the boundaries of Alaska to aid in current state and national health issues.

Dental Hygienists of the Future

A club formed to help dental hygiene students prepare for the professional world.  Also designed to help improve oral health of UAA and the Anchorage community through service. They can be reached by email here.

Psychology Club

Psychology Club is a student-guided club whose purpose is to provide services for students who are interested in Psychology and to provide and atmosphere that is conducive to an abundant free-flow of ideas and information among those of mutual interest in the field. Check out their UAA Life Profile to view contact info and meeting times!

Quality Healthcare Alliance

A club to support the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Open School, which is a free, multidisciplinary school to advance skills in patient safety and quality improvement. It is open to students from all health-related professional disciplines. You can take online courses, get a certification, gain access to world-renowned faculty, apply what you learn in clinical settings, get opportunities for coaching, and connect with students from other states, countries, and disciplines – all while attending the school where you’re already enrolled.  There are no applications, no admissions requirements, and no fees. More information can be found here.

Immigrants & Refugees


Safe Families and Safe Communities

Student Social Work Coalition

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The Student Social Work Coalition has worked on a variety of projects and is open to taking on projects proposed by student members. The group has been involved with the issue of domestic violence in the past by putting on a drive for AWAIC residents in Anchorage. The group focuses on issues that members are interested in therefore students are encouraged to get involved, attend meetings and share their passion for helping victims of domestic violence! For information on meeting times and events, visit SSW's UAA Life Profile!

Human Services Club

 0d35c6e4b474427d82c259b83c2cdc0b[1]       The Human Services Club applies the principles they have gained in their Human Services classes to real world experiences. The club is actively involved in working with community organizations to help promote, support, and educate students and community members of the ways in which we can all work together to make a difference.

Each year our club ‘adopts’ a different agency focusing on needs within the community. Their two major annual events are the Ton in Ten which is held in November and the Chili Challenge that is held in March. The Ton in Ten provides Peanut Butter and Jelly to organizations in need of food, and the club is always looking for more places to donate the food. The Chili Challenge consists of both a silent and blind auction to raise money for local community organizations. Last year the club was able to donate blankets, clothing and $500 to AWAIC!

For meeting times and more information, visit the Human Services Club's Webpage or UAA Life Profile!