Explore your interests outside the classroom.
While coursework and studying are a big part of academics, we believe you should get involved outside of the classroom so you can make the most of your college experience. From making new friends to learning concepts in a different perspective, you’ll show future employers you can work well with others and manage your time effectively. There are more than 1,000 clubs to choose from at ASU, so we’re confident there’s something that’ll meet your needs.
Browse some organizations within our school:
- Political History and Leadership - a forum for students to learn and discuss political thought and leadership in order to foster a better understanding of government.
- Phi Alpha Theta – an international honor society in history
- Philosophy Club – a group of students who come together to discuss philosophy
- Sun Devil Student Historical Society – an organization dedicated to exploring history
- Theta Alpha Kappa – a national honor society for religious studies/theology
- ASU Chapter of Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) - a collection of students in philosophy departments that aims to examine and address issues of minority participation in academic philosophy.