Student Organizations

Departmental

Departmental Student Organizations are those with a direct affiliation to an academic department.

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY

Contact: Meghana Nittala
Advisor: Carmen Velez
Purpose: to provide an opportunity for students of a chemical science to become better acquainted with the field and resources available to them.

 BUSINESS CLUB

Contact: Kate Dudley
Advisor: Debika Sihi
Website

Review the club’s 2022-23 Annual Report
Purpose: the mission of SBC is to prepare Southwestern students for the professional world by providing community and the experiences necessary to achieve success.

CLASSICS CLUB

Contact: Brady Williamson
Advisor: Jeffrey Easton
Purpose: the purpose of this club/organization is to make the classics more accessible to everyone, and provide events to further understandings of Classics.

COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB

Contact: Mark Mueller
Advisor: David Williamson
Purpose: to promote increased knowledge and interest in the science and applications of computing.

MATHEMATICAL ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA

Contact: Jadyn Rhodes-Cruse
Advisor: John Ross Purpose: to spread the joy and excitement of math, promote the core values of Paideia, and encourage critical thought, rational expression, and a desire to THINK!

OASIS (Organization of Anthropology and Sociology Interested Students)

Contact: Brigit Reese
Advisor: Melissa Johnson
Purpose:

PHYSICS CLUB

Contact: Angel Rodriguez
Advisor: Cody Crosby
Purpose: to foster student wide interest and participation in the fields of physics and engineering.

PRE-LAW SOCIETY

Contact: Kaelyn Connelly
Advisor: Joseph Hower
Purpose: to provide informational programs and admissions assistance for students interested in pursuing law school.

STUDENT FOUNDATION

Contact: Madeline Bollinger
Advisor: Becky Rodriguez
Purpose:

SU Economics Society

Contact: Matthew Peesker
Advisor: Dirk Early
Purpose: to promote and encourage greater intellectual involvement and interest in economics.

SU HISTORY UNION

Contact: Sophia Knape
Advisor: Melissa Byrnes
Purpose: to engage and create relationships in the SU community through history.