Space Hardware Club

Student organizations register annually through the Office of Student Life. Can't find what you are looking for? Contact the Office of Student Life at studentlife@uah.edu to discuss how to start a new student organization.

Registered Student Organizations



 

Active Minds

Special Interest

Active Minds at UAH is a student-led mental health awareness organization that aims to break down the stigma surrounding mental health & mental disorders. We host a variety of interactive events pertaining to suicide awareness, eating disorders awareness, reducing stress, and any other issue related to mental health. Active Minds at UAH provides an open environment to speak freely about mental health, distributes extensive resources, and offers numerous leadership opportunities. Any UAH student with a passion for making a difference is welcome to join at any time!
activeminds@uah.edu

African Students Association

Multicultural

The aim of the organization is to expose Huntsville to African culture, customs, and diversification while assisting and increasing the graduation rate of fellow African students and making them feel at home.
asa@uah.edu

Alabama Student Rural Health Association

Community Service

The purpose of ASRHA is to help pre-professional students gain an understanding of the need of physicians and other healthcare professionals in rural areas of Alabama. We also strive to participate in fundraisers and community service projects to benefit clinics and hospitals of rural Alabama. We will have monthly speakers on topics including, graduate school admissions, practicing physicians, and other healthcare related topics.
uahrural@uah.edu

All Chargers Together

Multicultural

All Chargers Together will help create and promote programs and events that encourage the culture of UAH to be one of a safe haven for LGTBQIA individuals, immigrants, people of color, and people with disabilities. All Chargers Together will act as a force for collaboration and camaraderie. The members of our organization can lead the way in Alabama as champion and defender of human rights for all, regardless of phenotype, gender identification, territorial origin, religious affiliation, or physical ability.
act@uah.edu

Alpha Epsilon Delta 

Honor Society

Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health PreProfessional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in pre-professional health scholarship. The mission of Alpha Epsilon Delta is to promote fellowship, service, and education among those interested in a career in healthcare. Our Society welcomes all students engaged in the pursuit of professional development, provides a forum for students with common interests, and extends a program of service to benefit the college/university community .
aed@uah.edu

Alpha Kappa Alpha

Sorority

The first sorority founded for African American women, Alpha Kappa Alpha strives to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards; promote unity and friendship among college women; maintain a progressive interest in college life; and to be of service to all mankind. The Omicron Zeta Chapter was chartered on the campus of UAH on May 31, 1987.
aka@uah.edu

Alpha Lambda Delta

Honor Society

Alpha Lambda Delta is a national first year honors society founded in 1924 and is a member of the Association of College Honors Societies. Alpha Lambda Delta consists of 260 chapters at colleges and universities across the United States. The UAH Chapter was established in 1974 and is one of the oldest honorariums on campus.
ald@uah.edu

Alpha Omicron Pi

Sorority

Alpha Omicron Pi was founded on January 2, 1897 and currently has over 190 international chapters. We are a sorority that focuses on women enriched through lifelong friendship who stand at all times for character, dignity, scholarship, and college loyalty. The values on which AOII was founded help lead us in the decisions we make and the behaviors we exhibit in our daily lives. We are inspired to promote the values of simplicity, integrity, circumspection, tolerance, generosity, personal dignity, and love. Our lives are to be living symbols of these values that we hold in common. They enable us to go with character and confidence into the world around us, confidently knowing AOII is ours offering friendships and opportunities throughout our lifetime.
aoii@uah.edu

Alpha Phi Alpha - Rho Chi Chapter

Fraternity

On August 7, 1990 the campus of The University of Alabama in Huntsville became the seat for the Rho Chi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. The chapter is actively involved on campus and in the Huntsville community. Indeed, we are alive and well, and continue the journey first embarked by the early trailblazers in their quest to become first of all, servants of all and to transcend all.
aphia@uah.edu

Alpha Psi Omega

Honor Society

Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society (ΑΨΩ) is an American recognition honor society for participants in collegiate theatre. Membership is open to students (primarily undergraduate) who are active in collegiate/university theatre at four-year institutions (full colleges and universities). Most casts/chapters use a "point system" for determining eligibility of membership, with a certain number of points being dealt to a certain task in theatre. With some chapters there is an induction/training process, while other chapters choose members solely on merit, where the theatre experience is considered the induction process. Honorary membership may be conferred on certain individuals (usually department faculty) after obtaining permission from the National Officers.
chargertheatreclub@gmail.com

Alpha Tau Omega

Fraternity

Alpha Tau Omega is America's Leadership Development Fraternity that places emphasis in the categories of scholarship, fellowship, and character. Founded in February of 1979: The Theta-Pi chapter of Alpha Tau Omega is a Top Tier fraternity striving to uphold the vision of its founders and to sculpt college men into better leaders.
ato@uah.edu

Amateur Tennis Club

Recreational

The Amateur Tennis Club is an organization promoting a positive beginners experience for Tennis. It offers a very low-pressure environment to enjoy the sport.
ATC@uah.edu

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Academic

AIAA in Brief Our purpose is to ignite and celebrate aerospace ingenuity and collaboration, and its importance to our way of life. Our promise is to be your vital lifelong link to the aerospace community and a champion for its achievements. The UAH AIAA branch provides a platform for students to be introduced into the professional world of engineering. We do this by holding monthly talks with guest speakers from around the area, tours of Research Park, attendance at the Greater Huntsville section of AIAA events, presentation of projects and work done throughout the year at conference, etc.
aiaa@uah.edu

American Institute of Chemical Engineers 

ACADEMIC

AIChE is the world's leading organization for chemical engineering professionals, with over 45,000 members from over 100 countries. AIChE has the breadth of resources and expertise you need whether you are in core process industries or emerging areas, such as nanobiotechnology.  AIChE gives you your first professional credentials, exciting networking and mentorship opportunities, valuable educational and technical resources, career services – all the tools you need to reach your professional goals.
aiche@uah.edu

American Meteorological Society / National Weather Association Student Chapter

Academic

The UAH AMS/NWA is a student organization aimed at stimulating awareness and interest in meteorology and our chapter's activities within the University and the surrounding community, promoting the professional development of our members, and encouraging the growth and sharing of the meteorological science. All UAH students with a passion for the weather are welcomed and encouraged to join.
uahuntsvilleAMS@uah.edu

American Society of Civil Engineers

Academic

UAH's ASCE Student Chapter is an active student-run organization that strives to promote the professional development of civil engineering students through curriculum-enriching activities. The underlying goal of ASCE is to foster an environment that promotes engineering skill and professional development.
asce@uah.edu

American Society of Mechanical Engineers 

Academic

The ASME enables students to gain insight into the mechanical engineering profession via professional guest speakers, webcasts, student professional development conferences, and engaging with the North Alabama ASME professional section.
asme@uah.edu

Anointed Voices

Religious

Anointed Voices is a student organization that promotes on-campus student involvement through music and praise. The purpose of this organization is to increase student activity on campus, promote interest in gospel music, aid students in developing skills in the area of sound, and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
anointedvoices@uah.edu

Archery Club 

Recreational

The Archery Club is a recreational archery club. The club will be for those who wish to practice archery throughout the year and may not know where to go or for people who are interested in trying out archery.
arrow@uah.edu

Association for Campus Entertainment

Sponsored

The Association for Campus Entertainment (ACE) is the campus activities programming board at UAH. ACE provides a variety of educational, social, recreational, and cultural programs on a weekly basis. Its members are dedicated to the University and work hard to present diverse activities for the campus community to enjoy. Make sure to check out the weekly events hosted consisting of movies, comedians, hypnotists, recreational activities, concerts, contests and much, much more!
ace@uah.edu

Association for Computing Machinery - UAH ACM Student Chapter

ACADEMIC

The UAH ACM Student Chapter is focused on building and developing members' passion for Computer Science. We do this through four main tenets: Learning--We learn about Computer Science related topics in our meetings and workshops, we'll have coding challenges & hackathons, and guest speakers who are subject matter experts in their field. Professional development--We do resume reviews, mock interviews, career fair prep workshops and the like. CS Outreach--We speak to and serve as sources of information for the next generation of CS and STEM students. Social--We give members a chance to surround themselves with other students of CS and make friends.
acm@uah.edu

Association of Energy Engineers

Academic

The Huntsville Student Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is an organization dedicated to the involvement of students in dynamic fields of energy engineering, energy management, renewables, power generation, energy services, sustainability, and related local energy issues. Certified Energy Management Training is also available through AEE Scholarships.
aee@uah.edu

Association of Nursing Students

Academic

The UAH Association of Nursing Students is an official constituent chapter of the National Student Nurses' Association (NSNA). With a membership of approximately 56,000 nationwide, the National Student Nurses' Association mentors the professional development of future registered nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities, and career guidance. All nursing majors, including pre-nursing students, are eligible for membership.
ans@uah.edu

Astronomy Club

Academic

Astronomy Club is a dynamic organization devoted to the study of the universe in all it's wonder. With a goal to inspire and assist students possessing a passion for astronomy, star gazing is a part of every meeting (weather permitting).
uahastronomyclub@uah.edu

Atheist, Agnostic, and Free-thinkers

We are here to support those who do not believe in god and for those wanting to show the world that atheists do good in the world by fundraising for shelters, volunteering to the community, and by providing assistance to those who need assistance in life.
AAF@uah.edu

AUVSI Pathfinder Student Chapter

Special Interest

AUVSI is one of five pilot student chapters nationwide supported by AUVSI and its local chapters. As a student chapter, AUVSI will provide education in unmanned systems, opportunities to interact with industries,  and provide access to unmanned systems related scholarships. Students will be funded to participate in national and international competitions and conduct regular outreach programs to support local robotic organizations and to support the AUVSI Pathfinder events.
unmanned@uah.edu

 

Baptist Campus Ministries

Religious

BCM is a student-led, Christ-centered organization with the purpose of sharing the love of Jesus Christ with students, strengthening Christian commitment and building Christian relationships.
bcm@uah.edu

Beekeeping Club

Special Interest

The UAH Beekeeping Club is dedicated to sharing all that beekeeping has to offer. Learn everything there is to know about beekeeping, and eventually harvest your very own fresh, raw honey from a thriving bee colony.
beemail@uah.edu

Beta Alpha Psi: Iota Theta

Honor Society

Beta Alpha Psi is an honor organization for financial information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes: promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals; and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.
bap@uah.edu

Biological Society

Academic

The Biological Society at UAH is an organization designed to promote and cultivate the higher learning of the biological sciences and introduce students to all of the ways in which s/he can be involved in the field of study, including exposure to career opportunities, both in and out of the medical field. social, and public responsibility.
biosoc@uah.edu
http://uahbiosoc.weebly.com/

Black Student Association 

Multicultural

A community where students can share their successes, participate in social events and leadership experiences, and engage in meaningful conversation and service.
bsa@uah.edu

Blue Crew

Sponsored

Blue Crew members are the loudest and proudest Charger fans around!  You will find the Blue Crew generating crowd enthusiasm, promoting school spirit, and supporting athletes at all athletic events - both on and off campus.   Blue Crew members are great ambassadors of not only the strong UAH athletics programs, but the University as well.   
bluecrewexec@uah.edu

Bowling Club 

Recreational

Are you embarrassed at your bowling average? Or do your friends never want to bowl with you because you always win? Are you somewhere in between? Then the Bowling Club is perfect for you! We provide ample resources for anyone willing to learn and improve at the sport of bowling to dramatically increase their scores on the lanes!
bowl@uah.edu

Budo Taijutsu Club

Special Interest

The organization is committed to the correct transmission and preservation of the Bujinkan martial arts. Our Dojo provides intense and dedicated training to the students and residents of the Huntsville area.
bujinkan@uah.edu

 

Campus Cursive at UAH

Community Service

Campus Cursive at UAH is a branch of the @moreloveletters movement. Our mission is to spread love across our campus and the community through anonymous acts of love letter writing to strangers in need of a reason to smile!
campuscursive@uah.edu

Canterbury Club

Religious

An Episcopalian religious organization with a focus on building community at UAH. We believe in respecting the dignity of every human being. The organization's purpose is to create a community for any students or member to lean on as well as to grow socially, mentally, and spiritually.

Catholic Campus Ministry

Religious

The mission of Catholic Campus Ministry is to provide students the opportunity to learn Catholic theology and doctrine and to build relationships through organized events and relational ministry.
catholicministry@uah.edu

Charger Magic

special interest

Charger Magic aims to bring students together who are interested in The Magic: The Gathering. Through membership, students will learn the basics of this strategy game in a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. Members will have the opportunity to play competitively.
chargermagic@uah.edu

Charger Paintball

Recreational

Charger Paintball is an organization designed for students who enjoy playing paintball. This organization is open to all students, regardless of skill level.
paintball@uah.edu

Charger Productions

Recreational

Charger Productions is a club focused on the art of film-making, where members participate in workshops throughout the semester to learn more about the film-making process. This includes learning to storyboard, direct actors, use various camera techniques, use editing software, and even learning to act in front of a camera. Members will also work collaboratively on a collective short film throughout the semester. You can even see your finished products larger than life in the Charger Union Theater!
chargerproductions@uah.edu

Charger Reps

Sponsored

Charger Reps is an organization through the Office of Admissions. This organization is for enthusiastic students who are eager to share their Charger Pride with prospective students and families. As a Charger Rep, you will gain leadership and volunteer experience; promote the school you love by sharing your Charger Pride; and enjoy an experience that could lead to a job in the Office of Admissions.
brittney.scott@uah.edu

Charger Skate Club

Recreational

The Charger Skating Club is a student organization designed to unite all who enjoy skateboarding or longboarding or a interested in skating. All are welcome including all people, skill levels, boards, and styles.

ChargerSmash

Special Interest

ChargerSmash aims to facilitate growth among the smash community and to create and host events such as tournaments, casual gaming, and charity events
uahsmash@uah.edu

Charger Studios

Special Interest

The primary purpose of this organization is to increase the knowledge and appreciation for animation, film, and games
charger.studios@uah.edu

Charger Swing Dance Club

Recreational

Charger Swing Dance fosters a wide student interest and participation in Classic Swing Dance, offer students an appropriate time and place to practice and develop their Swing Dancing skills, and assist students in further developing Swing Dancing skills.
swingdance@uah.edu

Charger Theatre Club

Special Interest

Student organization for the production of and development of interest in theatre.
chargertheatre@uah.edu

Charger Times

Special Interest

The Charger Times is the student run newspaper of UAH, providing the campus community with current news on campus, in our community, and around the world.
chargertimes@uah.edu

Chargers for Change

Political/Government

Chargers for Change is a student organization open to any student who wants to take a stand and demand real change in the way policy is formed in America. It is a group committed to demanding changes in the way our Government manages itself and the top 1%. We will take part in movements to support national politicians as well as local politicians. It is time for the students to come together and get involved in the political process and that starts with demanding changes and taking action.
chargers4change@uah.edu

Chargers Hope and Resourcefully Give Essentials C.H.A.R.G.E

Community Service

Through C.H.A.R.G.E. students will have the opportunity to put their unused and expiring campus dining dollars to use at the end of the spring semester each year. The leftover dollars will be used to purchase essentials such as non-perishable food, drinks, and hygiene items from the on-campus facilities. These items will then be donated to local community organizations that give these necessities to those in the area in greatest need. Students will have the opportunity to give hope and essentials, through resources already available to them, to their surrounding Huntsville Community.
charge@uah.edu

Cheerleading and Mascot Program

Sponsored

The UAH Varsity Cheerleaders are a co-ed, competitive squad. Representing the University and supporting the Athletics Department is the team's main focus, but the program is also competitive, attending national competitions in Orlando, FL and Myrtle Beach, SC.
cheer@uah.edu

Chemistry Student Committee

Academic

The purpose of the Chemistry Student Committee is to promote student interest in Chemistry through on-campus events and interaction between students within the Chemistry major and minor.

Chess Club

Special Interest

We play chess, analyze games and share tournament information. We have players from basic beginner to advanced. We are essentially a group of people that like chess.

Chinese Students and Scholars Association

Multicultural

The Chinese Students and Scholars Association of The University of Alabama in Huntsville is twofold. The primary goal is to provide an opportunity for all Chinese students and scholars to interact and share the culture heritage of China, letting them feel a homely atmosphere in The University of Alabama in Huntsville. The secondary goal is to foster a wide student interest and participation in activities by providing leadership, program, and service, and to assist students in developing skills and leadership.
cssa@uah.edu

Christian Student Organization

Religious

A community dedicated to helping people get to know Christ. We will host weekly bible studies as well as other community building activities such as movie nights, career-building workshops, and events with our family at Alabama A&M.

Circle K

Leadership

Circle K has many excellent leadership opportunities. We encourage community service by providing opportunities to volunteer, as well as fun social and networking gatherings. Circle K is the perfect club for dedicated students looking for ways to make their resumes stand out.
circlek@uah.edu

Climbing Club

Recreational

The UAH Climbing Club is a group of students from UAH who are involved in indoor and outdoor rock climbing. The club wants to make it possible for students to grow as climbers mentally and physically through a variety of social and individual opportunities the club can provide. The Climbing Club wants to make climbing more accessible to beginners and help advanced climbers increase awareness for safe climbing practices and the importance of these practices. UAH Climbing Club was founded to organize and expand the climbing community at UAH.
climb@uah.edu

Club Hockey

Recreational

The Club Hockey team is a group of students from the University of Alabama in Huntsville who are looking to play competitive hockey while going to school. As a club we are hoping to compete against other teams in the area. Hockey is a fast paced, full contact sport and this club is a great way for students to continue playing organized hockey.
Clubhockey@uah.edu

College Club of Automotive Recreation and Shows

Special Interest

A place for the Automotive minded individuals to chat, help, and be there for fellow gearheads across the campus.

College Democrats

Political/Government

The University of Alabama in Huntsville College Democrats, upon chartering with the Association of College Democrats of Alabama, shall be a member organization of the Democratic Party, and pledges itself to encourage student activity in the political process, to support efforts to increase the participation of college students in Democratic Party affairs, and to educate students about the philosophy of the Democratic Party.
uahcollegedems@uah.edu

College Republicans

Political/Government

The purpose of the College Republicans is to promote the principles of the Republican party among UAH students and to develop their political and leadership abilities; to aid in the election of Republican candidates at all levels of government; and to encourage and assist in the organization and active functioning of the Republican Party at the local, state, and national levels.
republicans@uah.edu

Community Group

Religious

Student group for Church of the Highlands and a chance to connect with other college students. You will grow closer in the community, experience worship, and a message from our leaders.

Computer Science Club

Academic

A club for students interested in all areas of Computer Science looking for mentoring, collaboration of projects, and general discussion of Computer Science topics. The club would also invite speakers on topics such as game development, cybersecurity, and other topics that interest the members of the club.
csclub@uah.edu

The Core

Community Service

The purpose of The Core is to provide its members with the community and tools crucial to the creation of video content. The goal of our organization is to raise money for charity while building this community of people who share their knowledge, talents, and hobbies with the world.
thecore@uah.edu

Cosplay and Costuming Club

Special Interest

The Cosplay and Costuming Club aims to educate and practice all of its members in sewing, patterning, and fitting costumes, as well as supply costumes for competition and theatrical performances.
cosplay@uah.edu

CrossFit Club

Recreational

The purpose of this club is to promote student fitness and health. CrossFit club will bring students together at the University Fitness Center and/or other areas to participate in physical activity.

Cru

Religious

Cru is an inter-denominational movement of students who are learning what it means to follow Jesus and to share His love with others. Our vision is simple: authentic people surrendering to God, growing in faith together by the Holy Spirit, and sharing the message of Jesus with our campus and world.
uahcru@uah.edu

Cultural Connections

Multicultural

Cultural Connections aims to bring together international students with American students to participate in cultural and learning activities, to help people learn more about each other’s' cultures.

Cycling Club 

Recreational

An organization for cyclists of all disciplines and interests. We do everything from bicycle advocacy and commuting, to racing and traveling to national level events to spectate. The Cycling Club provides students, regardless of skill level, an opportunity to go on fun and easy bicycle rides. Rides are short to moderate distance, and are easy paced.
cycling@uah.edu

 

Dance Marathon

Sponsored

Our mission is "For the Kids" with a commitment to raising funds for children in need of specialized care at a Children's Miracle Network Hospital. Join the fun! Participate in Weekly Fundraisers & Awareness Events. Look for events at uah.edu/studentevents Get Connected! We need Executive Leadership, Team Members, and Dancers!

Dancensation

Recreational

Student organization dedicated to hip hop and urban dancing. The organization will include both recreational and competitive dancing.
dancensation@uah.edu

Dance Team (Formerly Chargerettes)

Sponsored

The goal of UAH Dance Team is to develop good sportsmanship, self-confidence and self-discipline through dance practice and performance. The squad strives to promote Charger spirit and enthusiasm among students and the UAH community.
dance@uah.edu

DECA (formerly American Marketing Association)

Academic

DECA focuses on professional development, community service and fundraising as well hosting activities to gain valuable experience managing finances, people, projects and deadlines - perfect leadership skills to highlight on your resume
deca@uah.edu

Delta Chi

Fraternity

The brothers of Delta Chi believe that great advantages are to be derived from a brotherhood of college and university men, appreciating that close association may promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education. Founded in 1890 as a professional fraternity for law students, the organization became general (accepting members from all educational backgrounds) in 1922.
deltachi@uah.edu

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.

Sorority

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a predominantly black Greek lettered sorority, founded by 22 collegiate women on January 13, 1913. The founders' focus for the sorority was public service, scholarship, and sisterhood. The Omicron Gamma Chapter was chartered at UAH on September 20, 1980 by 8 women, and for over 30 years the Omicron Gamma Chapter has contributed continued service not only to the UAH campus but as well as surrounding areas through community service projects and programming.
deltasigmatheta@uah.edu

Disc Golf Club

Recreational

A club where people can get together and play Disc Golf! All skill levels and interest welcomed.

Delta Zeta

Sorority

Founded on October 24, 1902 at Miami University in Oxford Ohio, Delta Zeta is one of the largest sororities, with more than 150 collegiate and 250 alumnae chapters worldwide. Delta Zeta unites its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, encourages the pursuit of knowledge, promotes, the moral and social culture of its members, and helps sisters develop plans for guidance and unity in action.
deltazeta@uah.edu

Drone Piloting Club

Special Interest

The Drone Piloting Club is orientated toward educating students in the world of drone flying and drone racing. The club targets both novice and experienced drone pilots. No experience is necessary. This is a club for students who want to learn how to enter the world of drones with zero prior knowledge about remote control avionics to knowing how to pick the proper electronics for multiple sized drones, assemble and solder the components, and take to the air without fear of crashing into someone or something.

 

Earth Science Student Association

Academic

The Earth Science Student Association, an organization of undergraduate and graduate students in The University of Alabama in Huntsville. Through student-led activities, the goal of ESSA is to promote an understanding of the earth system and our place in it.
essa@uah.edu

Economics Association

Academic

The Economics Association is an organization that fosters casual learning, discussion, and enrichment into the field of economics by applying theoretical principles to economic phenomena and current affairs.
econassoc@uah.edu

Electric Vehicle Team

Special Interest

The UAH Electric Vehicle (EV Team) is a student organization dedicated to research, design, construction and operation of electric vehicles. The EV Team is competitive and academic organization, participating in local and international competitions, conducting research, making breakthroughs in the alternative energy field and providing immediate hands-on experience to all members.
EVTeam@uah.edu

Engineers Without Borders - UAH

Community Service

The purpose of this chapter is to build a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs and equip leaders to solve the world’s most pressing challenges. Projects improve quality of life through implementation of environmentally equitable and economically sustainable engineering projects.
ewb@uah.edu

Eta Kappa Nu Theta Eta Chapter

Honor Society

IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN), the honor society of IEEE, is dedicated to encouraging and recognizing individual excellence in education and meritorious work, in professional practice, and in any of the areas within the IEEE-designated fields of interest.
eta.kappa.nu@uah.edu

Eudaimonia

Academic

Eudaimonia is UAH's Philosophy club that intends to meet biweekly and discuss important topics over coffee and donuts. We represent the Philosophy department and intend to establish a free-thinking discussion environment.
Eudaimonia@uah.edu

 

Financial Management Association

Academic

The UAH Financial Management Association is a group that bridges the gap between the classroom and the financial industry. Members have the opportunity to interact with guest speakers, sharpen their academic and social skills, and equip themselves with valuable knowledge in preparation for the professional workplace.
fma@uah.edu

Fishing Club

Recreational

The UAH fishing team is a recreational organization striving not only to compete on the water, but to promote conservation of our ecosystem and wildlife. The fishing team accepts all students ranging from those who love fishing and boating to those who have never done either. This club offers competition, and learning experiences for all levels.
recreation@uah.edu

French Club

Multicultural

The UAH French Club is an interactive club for people to learn more about France, the French language, and the French culture. The French Club provides students an opportunity to interact with their peers, assist students in their French speaking courses, and offer a free course advancing French conversation. Through meetings, there will be opportunities to learn about cultures such as, but not limited to, France, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, and various countries in Africa. Rejoignez-nous!
frenchclub@uah.edu

 

German Club

Multicultural

The German Club promotes the German culture and language through various student activities. The German Club serves as an outreach to current and future students interested in the German language.
uahdeutsch@uah.edu

Global Peace Exchange

Special Interest

The purpose of GPE is to create sustainable development projects through student exchanges, and benefit local communities at a grassroots level while exposing students to opportunities in the humanitarian field.
gpe@uah.edu

Golf Team

Recreational

Enjoy golfing? Join our organization. We help connect students for golf outings and we hope to compete in the near future.
uahgolf@uah.edu

Google@UAH

Special Interest

Google Centered student organization, with ties to the actual Google Company, that serves as an outreaching arm to the student body providing information and connectivity to different parts of the Google company as a whole, while also serving a sure means to an end when it comes students looking for job opportunities with Google as a career choice.

Graduate Student Organization

Academic

The Graduate Student Organization of The University of Alabama in Huntsville is a forum of the graduate students for their free and open expression of ideas and opinions and to instill a sense of community on campus. It shall act as a liaison from the Graduate students to University administration. The organization aims to provide a strong support base for all graduate students and establish UAH as a leading school for graduate school.
gso@uah.edu

Green Club

Special Interest

The UAH Green Club is a community of environmentally conscious students and faculty dedicated to fostering a culture of sustainability through campus outreach, community service, and organic gardening.
greenclub@uah.edu

 

Helping Paws

Special Interest

Helping Paws is dedicated to helping animals in our community and raising awareness for animal abuse. All students are welcome to join.
helpingpaws@uah.edu 

Hispanic Student Organization

Multicultural

The Hispanic Student Organization promotes the cultural awareness of the Hispanic population on campus and unites the diverse Hispanic students currently attending UAH through cultural events, motivational speakers, and community activities. HSO encourages the retention and recruitment of Hispanic students at UAH and provides the opportunity for the interchange between members of this organization, as well as members of other student organizations. HSO represents the voice of Hispanic privileges, rights, and issues, as well as strengthens and empowers the Hispanic community inside and outside the University.
hso@uah.edu

Honors Service Corps

Community Service

We are an Honors College based service organization whose main goal is to help in ways we see fit both on campus and in the community. We also aim to serve as a connection for all Honors students hoping to encourage them to get involved around campus.
honorsservicecorps@uah.edu

 

Impact Campus Ministries

Religious

The purpose of The University of Alabama in Huntsville CMI is to provide in-depth study of the Apostolic faith while setting up programs & services to encourage and maintain spiritual awareness. We are endeavoring to explore and experience the power and ministry of Jesus Christ, as was experienced by the early church in the book of Acts.
impactcmi@uah.edu

Indian Student Organization

Multicultural

Indian Student Organization is a student organization established and run by the Indian students studying at UAH. The organization promotes the exchange of cultures with other student organizations on campus, to facilitate the accommodation and basic needs of new incoming students from India every semester and to act as a bridge between the Indian students and other organization's activities. Indian Student Organization organizes two main Indian festivals, namely, Diwali and Holi, on campus and the entire student community and staff are invited to these events.
iso@uah.edu

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

ACADEMIC

As a student-run organization, the UAH branch of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) serves the students and faculty of the College of Engineering, specializing in electronic circuits, microcontrollers, sensors, wireless communication and programming.  As one of more than 1,150 student IEEE branches at universities worldwide, IEEE at UAH strives to keep students updated on current engineering news and breakthroughs.  
ieee@uah.edu 

Interfraternity Council

Fraternity/Sorority

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the programming and governing body of its 5 fraternities at UAH. Every man who joins one of these groups is a member of IFC. Every group has a representative or chapter delegate that attends the IFC meetings. These individuals are the communication link between IFC and their chapters.  The following are UAH chapters governed by IFC: Alpha Tau Omega, Delta Chi, Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Kappa Alpha, and Sigma Nu.
ifc@uah.edu

International Fellowship Of Christian University Students

Religious

InFocus is an UAH student organization that provides a setting for cultural exchange between international students and American students and community mentors. InFocus serves the International student community by enabling them to practice the English language and familiarizes them with the teachings of Jesus Christ.
infocus_uah@uah.edu

iSystems Club

Academic

UAH's iSystems Club combines strong business skills with the experience and technical abilities needed to compete in today's information-based society. Through a combination of workshops, projects, networking opportunities, and social events iSystems Club prepares members to become some of the most competitive forces in the field of Information Systems.
isystemsclub@uah.edu

 

Japanese Culture Club

Multicultural

This club is for introducing and exchanging Japanese culture with others. It provides help for students in Japanese classes as well as for those who simply want to learn Japanese. We volunteer at the Japanese garden on Monte Sano and we hold an annual spring festival in the beginning of May.

Jesus People Bible Study Group

Religious

Jesus People Bible Study Group is a non-denominational body where everybody is welcome. Our values are centered on the discipleship of Christ Jesus, hence the major activities that we do are bible study, evangelism, and end of semester outreaches. We believe in the grace of God by Jesus Christ and the entirety of the Holy Bible consisting of sixty-six books, the central theme being Jesus Christ and God's ultimate plan for salvation.
JesusPeople@UAH.edu

Joy of Thinking

Academic

JoT is a math and physics oriented academic group, founded on the principles that thinking should be a delightful, joyous, rewarding experience and collaborative learning is both beneficial and necessary in a university setting. In JoT, students from different majors and colleges come together to explore the abstract mathematical theory underlying the physics and engineering applications of the real world, in a pressure free environment.
jot@uah.edu

 

Kappa Delta

Sorority

Kappa Delta at UAH is part of a national sisterhood with more than 230,000 members and chapters across the country. Kappa Delta inspires its members to reach their potential by offering opportunities for leadership, personal development, academic success, and community service, all in the context of true friendship.
kappadelta@uah.edu

Kappa Delta Pi

Academic

Kappa Delta Pi is an International Honor Society in Education that is dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education. The mission of Kappa Delta Pi is to "recognize scholarship and excellence in Education, promote the development and dissemination of worthy educational ideals and practices, enhance the continuous professional growth and leadership of diverse membership, foster inquiry and reflection on significant educational issues, and maintain a high degree of professional fellowship." Qualified students are invited to join the UAH chapter of Kappa Delta Pi in the spring of each year. Members in Kappa Delta Pi participated in professional development activities, honored graduating student teachers, and participated in several fund raising activities.
kappadeltapi@uah.edu

Kinesiology Club

Academic

Kinesiology Club is a student-run academic organization. The purpose of the Kinesiology Club is to provide professional development and networking opportunities to students who share a common interest in exercise science and physical education. Students will have the opportunity to connect with professionals in the local area, attend and participate in local/regional conferences and workshops, and become involved with campus initiatives relating to health and fitness.
kinclub@uah.edu

Kingdom Gaming Ministries

Religious

Kingdom Gaming Ministries is devoted to engaging students on campus with the gospel of Jesus Christ through the avenue of video games. Through our events, outreach, and community, we aim to build up the kingdom of God on our campus.

 

Ladies in Action

Community Service

Ladies in Action is a service organization whose mission is to empower women to take action through education, leadership, and community service.
ladiesinaction@uah.edu

Lancers

Leadership

The Lancers serve as ambassadors for the University. You may see them greeting guests at the Lowe House, helping at Convocation and Commencement or giving campus tours for Admissions. Each Lancer is required to provide approximately 15 hours of service to the University per semester.
lancers@uah.edu

Listening Party

Special Interest

The Listening Party is the place for music discussion, community involvement, and philanthropy for UAH's music lovers.

 

Machine Learning Club

Academic

The Machine Learning Club is for students who are interested in understanding how machine learning works and how to implement it. Members will be able to learn the necessary information to understand how to an autonomous car, speech recognition, A.I., and the many other applications pertaining to machine learning function. If you are interested in learning how to give “computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed,” then this student organization just might be the right one for you. One of the examples will be hand written digit recognition (with 97% < accuracy) which will be implemented in MATLAB. We will mostly be working with MATLAB, but Machine Learning can be implemented in any programming language.
No prior experience with MATLAB is needed, only some Calculus. Linear Algebra would be ideal but again not necessary.
MLClub@uah.edu

Makers Club

Special Interest

Discover students with big ideas that are pursuing their passions. Get help from specialized mentors and like-minded individuals doing: 3D printing & machining of parts, app/web/game development, as well as prototyping & programming of hardware. Come find your place, choose your badge (artist, engineer, developer, or maker), and get prototyping!
makers@uah.edu 

Math Club

Academic

The UAH Math Club exposes students to the subjects of mathematical theory and application, model complex data analysis, and celebrate the beauty of mathematics.
mathclub@uah.edu 

Medical Careers Club

Academic

The mission of Medical Careers Club is to promote fellowship, service, and education among those interested in a career in healthcare.
mcc@uah.edu 

Medieval Combat and Culture Group

Special Interest

The Medieval Combat and Culture Group promotes an environment which encourages the study and recreation of pre-17th century medieval culture and history.
mc2g@uah.edu

Minority Graduate Student Association

Academic

The Purpose of the Minority Graduate Student Association shall be to organize a networking group amongst the minority graduate students who have attended or are presently attending graduate degree program at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. The organization shall inspire to focus and motivate the careers of its members and moreover facilitate the special needs of minority students whom under populate their prospective graduate degree programs.
mgsa@uah.edu

Movement @ UAH

Religious

The Movement is a non-denominational campus ministry for students of all backgrounds. We are a group of believers who seek to learn more about Jesus and who he made us to be. Our mission statement is simply this: "To love the Father Jesus lived for, to love the church Jesus paid for, and to love the world Jesus died for."

Music Teachers' National Association

Special Interest

The Music Teachers' National Association (MTNA) is a music organization whose purpose is to promote music through community outreach, teaching, presenting, and publication. MTNA gives musicians of all kinds an outlet for networking and learning, and provides discounts for music teachers seeking resources and professional services. All UAH students who love music are welcome to join.
mtna@uah.edu

Muslim Student Association

Religious

Muslim Student Association is an organization that's meant to promote a sense of community among Muslim's on campus, as well as help educate the campus & community on Islam.
msa@uah.edu 

 

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Multicultural

The UAH Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) focuses on community service through volunteering (tutoring, mentoring, etc.) and political empowerment through means such as a voter registration drive and forums. NAACP is a minority student organization that focuses on helping other minorities in the community and on campus to know the importance of education and the importance of using your rights as a citizen.
uahnaacp@uah.edu

National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers

Multicultural

The National Organization of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers shall be established to develop programs to assist minority students in realizing their full professional potential in chemistry, chemical engineering, and related disciplines. This Organization will promote within and assess for the community at large the impact of new developments in science and technology.
nobcche@uah.edu

National Panhellenic Conference

Fraternity/Sorority

The National Panhellenic Conference, one of the largest organizations advocating for women, is the umbrella group for 26 national and international sororities (of which UAH hosts 3) that are autonomous social organizations. NPC sororities are located on more than 670 campuses with 380,565 undergraduate members in 3,234 chapters.
panhellenic@uah.edu

National Pan-Hellenic Council

Fraternity/Sorority

The National Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing body of the "Divine Nine" organizations. UAH chapters include: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
nphc@uah.edu

National Society of Black Engineers

Multicultural

The National Society of Black Engineers seeks to increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.
nsbe@uah.edu 

National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi)

Leadership

The Society is the nation's largest leadership honor society, where top students, selected by their colleges based on either academic standing or leadership potential, come together to identify and achieve their goals. Lifetime membership in the Society is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction and a valuable asset to one’s resume. We provide a step-by-step program for members to build their leadership skills through participation at their campus or online. Upon completion of the program, members receive a leadership certificate and take their place among the top student leaders at their campus and across the country. Additionally, Society members have access to over a quarter-million dollars in exclusive scholarships and awards, an exclusive online job bank, employer recruitment, exclusive events on campus, networking opportunities with other top students and partner discounts that can save them hundreds of dollars on computers, textbooks, meals, car insurance and much more.
societyleadership@uah.edu 

Nerf Club

Special Interest

The Nerf Club hosts wars every week for those who enjoy flinging foam. We hold both stock and modified/rival rounds so anyone from veterans to newbies can join in.
nerfclub@uah.edu 

 

Odyssey

Special Interest

The Odyssey is a blog that provides a platform to share your voices on topics that matter most to college students.

Optical Society of America UAH Student Chapter

Academic

The OSA is the leading professional society in optics. We hope to share information and inspire interactions through publications, meetings, and membership.
osa@uah.edu

Omicron Delta Kappa

Leadership

Omicron Delta Kappa, the National Leadership Honor Society, recognizes and encourages superior leadership and exemplary character. O∆K encourages collaboration among members across the five phases celebrated by O∆K: scholarship, athletics, service, communications, and arts.
odk@uah.edu

Optical Society of America UAH Student Chapter

Academic

The OSA is the leading professional society in optics. We hope to share information and inspire interactions through publications, meetings, and membership.
osa@uah.edu

Order of Omega

Fraternity/Sorority

Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for members of Fraternity & Sorority organizations. Order of Omega recognizes members in their junior and senior year who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization, and within the Greek, campus, and local community. Members are selected from the top 3% of members at each institution.
orderofomega@uah.edu

 

Pep Band

Sponsored

The official pep band for The University of Alabama in Huntsville, the organization provides spirited music and cheering at home games for hockey and men's & women's basketball.
pepband@uah.edu

Perpetua: The Journal of Undergraduate Research 

ACADEMIC

Perpetua is an undergraduate-run research journal that puts the spotlight on undergraduates. We seek to showcase quality undergraduate student research, scholarly exploration, and creative work taking place at The University of Alabama Huntsville. Perpetua recognizes mentor-supported research and creative projects in all disciplines.
perpetua@uah.edu

Percussion Club 

SPECIAL INTEREST

The purpose of the Percussion Club is to develop and enrich the UAH campus in the percussion arts through performance and appreciation. 
percussionclub@uah.edu

Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society

Honor Society

Phi Alpha Theta is the national honor society for history students. Open to both undergraduate and graduate history students, this student organization facilitates UAH history department events, including the department's annual picnic. Of particular emphasis to this organization is encouraging and supporting student involvement in regional and national history conferences.
phialphatheta@uah.edu

Phi Beta Sigma

Fraternity

On January 9th, 1914 at Howard University in Washington, D.C., three young men founded Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc to exemplify the ideals of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service while being guided by the motto "Culture for Service and Service for Humanity." Ever since its founding, the fraternity has viewed itself as 'a part of' the general community rather than 'apart from' it. What started as one chapter has now grown to over 700 chapters and 200,000 brothers internationally. The Alpha Sigma Alpha chapter was officially recognized at UAH in March 2007, and continually strives to be the beacon of light envisioned by the founders through philanthropic, educational, and community service projects on the university campus and surrounding communities.
phibetasigma@uah.edu

Phi Kappa Psi

Fraternity

The UAH Colony of Phi Kappa Psi was founded in the Spring of 2014. The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity engages men of integrity, further develops their intellect and enhances community involvement. With a legacy built on acceptance and trust, each brother realizes his highest potential through a lifelong experience of service and excellence.
phikappapsi@uah.edu

Phi Sigma Iota

Honor Society

Phi Sigma Iota recognizes outstanding accomplishment in the study or teaching of any of the academic fields related to foreign language, literature, or culture. These fields include not only modern foreign languages, but also Classics, Linguistics, Philology, Comparative Literature, Bilingual Education, Second Language Acquisition and other interdisciplinary programs with a significant foreign language component. Phi Sigma Iota is the highest academic honor in the field of foreign languages.
phisigmaiota@uah.edu

Phi Sigma Tau

Academic

Phi Sigma Tau is a philosophy honors society that seeks to promote the interest in research and advanced study in the field of philosophy, award distinction to students having high scholarship and personal interest in philosophy, and popularize an interest in philosophy among the general collegiate public.
pst@uah.edu

Pi Kappa Alpha

Fraternity

Pi Kappa Alpha is dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience. Pi Kappa Alpha promotes and fosters a spirit of pride, loyalty, inclusion and respect for the fraternity and its rich history and empowers undergraduate and alumni members to help shape Pi Kappa Alpha's future by being informed ambassadors and involved advocates. Members strive to establish positive and lasting relationships with UAH, alumni and communities. It is through these standards of life that allow the men of Pi Kappa Alpha to truly be scholars, leaders, athletes, and gentlemen.
pikes@uah.edu

Pi Tau Sigma

Honor Society

Pi Tau Sigma is an internationally recognized mechanical engineering honor society for full-time students enrolled in colleges and universities. The University of Alabama in Huntsville hosts the Delta Upsilon Chapter, which promotes the professional development and academic responsibility of all mechanical engineering students. Pi Tau Sigma members are selected based on outstanding GPA, academic integrity, professional credibility, and overall competence in mechanical engineering design. Pi Tau Sigma members are encouraged to participate in volunteer activities throughout UAH and the Huntsville community.
pitausigma@uah.edu

Pine Cone Club

Community Service

The Purpose of The Pine Cone Club is to promote socialization of all students of all ages and backgrounds and implement new traditions on campus by creating student ­centered events and providing ways for students to stay active while learning to coexist with their fellow students.
pcc@uah.edu

Pokemon Go

This is a club centered around the mobile game PokemonGo to bring together the local community and have fun.

Pokemon League

The Pokemon League will host sanctioned and non-sanctioned tournaments with no exclusion. The purpose of the club is to bring a source of community to Pokemon players around the UAH campus and local area.
UAHPokemonLeague@uah.edu

Pre-Health Ambassadors

Academic

Pre-Health Ambassadors serve as mentors to first-year pre-health students, promote the Office of Pre-Health Professions Advising, provide program support to prospective and current pre-health students, assist in recruitment and outreach activities, workshops, and events, and represent the pre-health professions at campus and community events.
prehealthamb@uah.edu

Pre-Professional Ambassadors

Special Interest

To assist others learn about pre-health and pre-law professions and promote the UAH Office of Pre-Professional Advising.

Pretty in Pink

Community Service

Pretty in Pink is a community service organization that is offered to any UAH student. Our main objective is to carry out our number one mission; that is to “extend a hand” in need throughout the community. We try to come up with a fun and extravagant event each month to fundraise for a charity that we feel is crucial to the community. We also want to hold events for adults and children from all around the Huntsville area so they know that UAH is the heart of all happiness.
pnp2018@uah.edu

Propulsion Research Center Student Association

Special Interest

The objective of this organization is to promote multi-generational relationships and experiences for students interested in propulsion. In particular, it aims to further the education and professional development of the students affiliated with the UAH Propulsion Research Center as well as promote propulsion education to the community at large.
prcsa@uah.edu

Psi Chi

Honor Society

Psi Chi is the International honor society for psychology students. In order to be inducted into this organization, students must be at least a second year student and have declared psychology as their major/minor. Additionally, students must have taken at least 9 hours of psychology courses at UAH, maintained a 3.0 GPA in those courses, and be ranked in the top 35% of their class in overall GPA.
uahpsichi@uah.edu

 

Queer Student Recognition

Special Interest

Queer Student Recognition is to be an on-campus group for students in the LGBTQ+ community and their allies. The goal of this group is to provide a welcoming environment for LGBTQ+ identifying students to be with and support one another.
qsr@uah.edu

 

Ratio Christi

Religious

Ratio Christi is a Christian-based student organization that explores the evidences for Christianity. The Bible, history, reason, logic, science, and philosophy principles are used to examine the truth claims of Christianity and competing worldviews.
ratiochristi@uah.edu

Recreational Outing Club

Recreational

The Recreational Outing Club (ROC) shares the enjoyment of the outdoors as well as provides opportunities to educate its members about the wonders that can be found therein. ROC also focuses on the importance of protecting the outdoors and its integrity for future generations. ROC fosters activities and outings (climbing, hiking, camping, canoeing, ext.) throughout the year while simultaneously promoting physical activity and a love of the outdoors.
ROC@uah.edu

Reformed University Fellowship

Religious

Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) is a campus ministry community that reaches students of divergent beliefs and doubts with the message of the gospel and equips them to love and serve Jesus. Through RUF, students have the opportunity to participate in God's work of changing lives, healing our world, building community, and renewing our culture. RUF exists to be a rest stop for the weary and a safe place for the unconvinced. Regardless of your background or beliefs, personal convictions or deep-seated doubts, RUF is a place for you to explore the truth claims of the bible and grow in your understanding of Jesus Christ and what it means to follow Him.
ruf@uah.edu

Residence Hall Association

Sponsored

The mission of RHA is to act as the voice of all residents on campus and to foster the community between the residence halls. RHA will act as a resource to create a better living environment within the halls.
housing@uah.edu

The Rock

Religious

The Rock is a passionate, multi-ethnic community of students dedicated to growing in faith, friendship, and leadership. From powerful large group environments to smaller student-led discipleship groups, Rock members desire to know God more and find purpose in Him.
therock@uah.edu

Rowing Club

RECREATIONAL

UAH Rowing is a competitive club sport that travels and races throughout the southeast. It is open to any interested student and no experience is required.  The team competes each semester.
rowing@uah.edu

Rugby Football Club

RECREATIONAL

UAH's representation on the rugby pitch. We strive to learn and play the game of rugby and to better ourselves as men.
uahrugby@uah.edu

 

SAAC

Sponsored

Student-athletes have a voice in the NCAA through advisory committees at the campus, conference, and national level. Each committee is made up of student-athletes assembled to provide insight on the student-athlete experience and offer input on the rules, regulations and policies that affect student-athletes' lives on campus.

 

Salsa Club

Special Interest

The Salsa Club strives to create student interest and increase participation in salsa and other Latin dances.  Through numerous on campus programs and opportunities, Salsa Club members bring awareness of this aspect of Latin-American culture for student and community enrichment as well as assist students in the development of their dance skills.
salsaclub@uah.edu

Science Ambassadors

Leadership

UAH Science Ambassadors is a selected group of students from various majors within the College of Science who uphold academic scholarship and achievement. These students help during new student orientation, host several College of Science events, as well as contribute to community outreach.
scienceambassadors@uah.edu

Sea Scouts of America

Special Interest

A branch of the boy scouts of America focused on boating along with the use and protection of the waterways of the United States. Built around a program to instill leadership, gain volunteer hour and create connections between the ships' members and figures in the boating, engineering and local community.
SeaScouts@uah.edu

Sigma Alpha Pi / National Society of Leadership and Success

Honor Society

The National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi) achieves profound results in helping students discover and attain their goals, offering life changing lectures from the nation's leading presenters and a community where students help one another succeed.
societyleadership@uah.edu

Sigma Nu

Fraternity

Sigma Nu was founded upon the principles of Love, Truth, and Honor, which is still present today in the men of the Mu Beta chapter. Sigma Nu takes a firm stand against hazing and Mu Beta takes pride in upholding this standard. Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Sigma Nu is a military structured fraternity, with organization, discipline, and respect throughout all members of the fraternity. Sigma Nu is recognized for its commitment to outstanding leadership and academics.
sigmanu@uah.edu

Slavic Club

Multicultural

The Slavic Club creates opportunities for those who enjoy the Russian culture and the culture of other Eastern European countries. The organization hosts campus events encouraging socialization with native speakers and people that are learning Russian language.
slavicclub@uah.edu

Society for Ancient and Medieval Studies 

Special Interest

An active society of students and faculty with an immortal zeal towards the study of ancient languages and the ideas their authors expressed.  Time is spent translating their works on a weekly basis. 
society.latin@uah.edu

Society for Strategy Games

Special Interest

The Society for Strategy Games is an organization formed to bring together board-gamers in a place where students can relax and socialize while playing strategy games. 
ssg@uah.edu

Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers

Academic

The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) was founded in November 2007 to help Asian heritage scientific and engineering professionals achieve their full potential.
sase@uah.edu

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

Multicultural

The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) was established in 1974 as a national organization of professional engineers serving as role models in the Hispanic community. The concept of Networking was the key basis for the organization. SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development.
shpe@uah.edu

Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Academic

UAH-SHRM gives students the opportunity to interact with "real world" human resource managers, members of the professional community, and the North Alabama Professional SHRM chapter
shrm@uah.edu

Society of Manufacturing Engineers

Academic

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) is the world’s leading professional society supporting manufacturing education. Membership includes access to SME's website, which enables students to explore job opportunities, participate in technical forums, and communicate with manufacturing professionals throughout the world. UAH's student chapter has monthly meetings on campus, and also meets monthly with the professional chapter in Huntsville. Other activities include plant tours, speaker presentations, and SME's regional conference.
sme@uah.edu

Society of Physics Students

Academic

This club is the reincarnation of the old SPS Chapter, which was discontinued several years back. The purpose of this Chapter shall be the advancement and diffusion of knowledge of physics, the encouragement of interest in physics throughout the academic and local communities, and the introduction of students to the professional community.
uah-sps@uah.edu

Society of Optics Students

Academic

The Society of Optics Students promotes the study of optics and optics related fields such as physics, space physics, astrophysics, and engineering. The goal is to incorporate multidisciplinary students into various optics related research projects and provide a means for undergraduate and graduate students to present their research via posters, papers, and conferences.
sos@uah.edu

Society of Women Engineers

ACADEMIC

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is a nationally recognized organization that strives to help women engineers advance in their academic and professional careers in order to achieve their highest potential. SWE hosts a speaker series that introduces UAH students to various opportunities at companies around the Huntsville area and in the UAH graduate program in order to broaden their horizons of what can be achieved with their engineering degree after graduation.
swe@uah.edu

Space Hardware Club

Academic

The Space Hardware Club members conceptualize, design, build, test and fly flight hardware for high altitude balloons, the CubeSat platform, the CanSat competition, and the Battle of the Rockets competition.  
space@uah.edu

Spanish Club

Multicultural

The Spanish Club provides an opportunity for friendship and association among students interested in the Spanish language and Hispanic culture. Members promote understanding and appreciation of Hispanic culture - literature, art, music, drama, history, geography, politics, and economics and encourage the study of the Spanish language while contributing to the advancement of intercultural relations and international understanding
spanishclub@uah.edu 

SPIE Student Chapter at UAH

Academic

SPIE is an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light. SPIE affiliated student groups are studying optics and photonics at universities around the world.
spie@uah.edu

Storehouse

Religious

Storehouse believes Jesus is worthy of continual day and night prayer, worship, and mission. The goal of this organization is to provide an atmosphere for people to steal away from the distractions of life to draw closer to Jesus. Members pray continually that the Lord will bring revival to our campus, our families, our churches, our Christian organizations, our community, and the world. The Storehouse house of prayer does not threaten any other organization, but will give the entire campus an opportunity to unite in prayer and worship.
storehouse@uah.edu

Student Alabama Education Association

Academic

The Student Alabama Education Association (SAEA) is a pre-professional organization composed of tomorrow's teachers who are interesting in learning about and preparing themselves for the teaching profession. SAEA is open to any student who is an education major.  The organization's purpose is to make pre-service teachers more aware of their role, issues, and challenges in education. The UAH chapter has been recognized as outstanding state SAEA chapter multiple times in the last five years.
saea@uah.edu

Student Ambassadors of Public Health

Academic

We provide students with opportunities to engage in professional and student activities, promote health awareness and lifestyles at UAH and the surrounding community, and educate others on the importance of disease prevention and health threats.
StAPH@uah.edu

Student Art Organization

Academic

The UAH Art Organization, also known as CREATE, is open to all students interested in the visual arts. The club hosts figure drawing nights, field trips, and art related events on campus.
artclub@uah.edu

Student Government Association

Political/Government

The Student Government Association (SGA) provides a forum for the free and open expression of student ideas and opinions, is a liaison between the students and the university administration, works to instill a sense of community and campus involvement, and assists in creating an atmosphere conductive to a high level of academic achievement. The SGA is composed of a legislative and executive branch. The legislative branch is made up of senators who are elected each spring semester to represent the academic colleges as well as all five student classifications (undergraduate freshman, sophomores, juniors, and seniors, and graduate students). 
sga@uah.edu

Student Run eSports

Special Interest

Student Run eSports (SReS) organizes, facilitates, and promotes recreational and competitive e-sports related clubs, events, teams, sponsorship, and activities.
sres@uah.edu

Student Sociological Association

Academic

The Student Sociological Association is a democratic, student-run organization whose purpose is to promote the study of Sociology and to sponsor social and intellectual activities that will serve to enrich its members' study of Sociology, aid students of Sociology in their preparation for careers after graduation, and contribute toward the improvement of our community as well as the human condition.

Students One in Christ

Religious

Students in the body of Christ encouraging fellow students to grow spiritually and intellectually while sharing His salvation and love to help them through college and through their life.
OneinChrist@uah.edu

Students of Scripture

Religious

The Purpose of Students of Scripture is to study the word of God through reading the Scripture and finding ways to apply it to our everyday lives. We will do this through evangelism, community service, and fellowship.
studentsofscripture@uah.edu.

Supply Chain Management Association

Academic

Supply Chain Management Association for students interested in professional development within the Supply Chain field. SCMA membership is open to all majors, in all academic colleges. 
scma@uah.edu

Swim Club

Recreational

UAH Swim Club helps UAH students become better swimmers through team work and group fitness.
uah.swimclub@uah.edu

 

Taekwondo Club

Recreational

The Taekwondo Club will help students train in the traditional Korean Martial Arts, build better friendship between students, and help make a healthier campus by building better physical and mental health excellence by participating in martial arts. We hope to compete in local, state, national.
tkd@uah.edu

The Othersiders

Special Interest

We investigate the paranormal through research and use of technology while developing a public understanding and respect for local historic sites and educating students on the history of areas around and Huntsville and beyond.

The Table Top Society

Recreational

A group of friends gathered together to play Table-Top games! From RPGs like Dungeons & Dragons or Paranoia, or TCGs like Magic: the Gathering, Wargames (Warhammer!), and board games like Smallworld, Battlestar Galactica and Power Grid. We have a huge variety of games and players. All experiences welcomed!
TableTop@uah.edu

Tau Beta Pi

Honor Society

Tau Beta Pi is the only engineering honor society representing the entire engineering profession. It is the nation's second-oldest honor society, with a vision to recognize, celebrate, and champion excellence in engineering.
Taubetapiald@uah.edu

Trew Friends

Community Service

Trew Friends is an organization dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of Organ, Eye, and Tissue donation among individuals of all ages.
trewfriends@uah.edu

T.R.U.E. Chargers Student Alumni Association

Leadership

The T.R.U.E. Chargers is a bridge that links current students with UAH alumni, allowing students to get involved while on campus and make a smooth transition from student life to becoming active, involved alumni upon graduation.
true.chargers@uah.edu

 

UAH Anime Club

Special Interest

The UAH Anime Club hopes to open and explore the minds of fellow anime enthusiasts as well as the people who want to discover the complexity, art, and lessons that anime consist of. We also work to eliminate the many misconceptions that surround anime. That is why we have made it our goal to give people a variety of anime experiences and expose them to as much anime as possible so they can decide what they like. Now don’t get us wrong, there are also anime fans who have a misunderstanding of what it means to be an Otaku. As a group, we will break down these many misconceptions and build a new understanding to this style of Japanese film and television animation.
anime@uah.edu

UAH Charger Debate Club

Political/Government

We are the brand-new Official UAH Charger Debate Club. No outside research needed! Our focus is on current events. We'd like to see people from all political backgrounds and affiliations - or none at all! You don't have to debate to join. All arguments need an audience. We will hold weekly meetings and debates on topics of your choosing.
UAHdebate@uah.edu

UAH Climbing Club

Recreational

The UAH Climbing Club is a group of students from The University of Alabama in Huntsville who are involved in indoor and outdoor rock climbing. As a club, we want to make it possible for students to grow as climbers mentally and physically through a variety of social and individual opportunities the club can provide. We want to make the sport more accessible to beginners and help advanced climbers increase awareness for safe climbing practices and the importance of these practices. UAH Climbing Club was founded to organize and expand the climbing community at UAH.
Rockclimbing@uah.edu

UAH Information Systems Audit and Control Association

Academic

We aim to develop members' professional skills in the areas of cyber security, information assurance, risk management and governance. We collaborate with the Huntsville ISACA Chapter and other ISACA Student Groups to bring guest speakers, networking events and the most up-to-date information to our members.
uah-isaca@uah.edu

UAH Optometry Club

Academic

The organization prepares students for success in the field of Optometry through networking, volunteering, shadowing, and entrance exam review. We will inform and educate interested students about the growing field of Optometry.
optometryclub@uah.edu

UAH - Young Americans for Freedom

Political

A student organization who mission is to advocate for individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values.
yaf@uah.edu

Ultimate Frisbee Club Team

Recreational

The UAH Ultimate Team will represent UAH at various tournaments during the spring and fall semesters. Our goal is simple: to have a team that is competitive and represents UAH in good light, to develop players and help them mature as players, and to grow the sport of ultimate as a whole.
ultimatefrisbee@uah.edu

Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity

Political/Government

U.R.G.E.’s purpose is to mobilize young adults to become politically activate in issues regarding equal access to abortion, gender equity, LGBTQIA+ rights, informative sex education, and the analysis of sex and gender in media.
urge@uah.edu

University Cricket Association

Recreational

We plan to gather every week to play, talk about, and enjoy a game of cricket. We are always looking to increase awareness of the game and welcome anyone and everyone to come and learn more about cricket.
uca@uah.edu

UPSTORM

Academic

Within UPSTORM, students will be trained on numerous weather balloon sounding systems, have the opportunity to go into the field and launch weather balloons, get hands on experience with research vehicles, and have the opportunity to lead a team of undergraduates into the field to launch balloons. Students will be able to directly apply what has been learned in the classroom with real weather data as well as further their knowledge beyond the classroom. Being active in UPSTORM also opens doors for further research opportunities within the Atmospheric Department.
upstorm@uah.edu

User Experience Professionals Association of Alabama

Academic

As the user experience (UX) community continues to grow in the North Alabama region we want to spread the abundance of knowledge in the area to support those that are just getting started or already established in the industry. UX is becoming more prevalent in the Southeast and the purpose of this chapter is to keep ourselves updated on people’s experiences, opportunities and knowledge. We want to promote UX methodologies that drive user-centered products out customers and community will enjoy. This organization should encourage our user experience professionals in the area to learn, network and stimulate as we work to better our North Alabama businesses.
uxpaa@uah.edu

 

Vegans and Activists for Change

Special Interest

Vegans and Activists for Change is a group that strives to educate the campus and local area about the effects of our daily choices on animal rights, environmental consciousness, and overall health.

Veterans Network

Special Interest

The UAH Veterans Network is a diverse group of men and women with differences in college majors, athletic/academic abilities, and socio-cultural backgrounds sharing the common bond of knowing selfless sacrifice for our nation.
uahveterannetwork@uah.edu

Vietnamese Student Organization

Multicultural

The goal of the organization is to raise awareness and understanding for Vietnamese culture. This club will give Vietnamese students and others who are interested in Vietnamese culture an opportunity to meet and connect. Through various events, students will get a chance to learn more about Vietnam and get more involved with the Vietnamese community.
vsa@uah.edu

Viriditas

Special Interest

An organization founded under the idea of developing student interests, growing member opportunity, as well as promote political interest/involvement through the idea of creating and governing a micronation, Viriditas. Through the growth of our organization and governmental structure we create Ministries, each dedicated to core interests of the nation such as fundraising and recruitment, as well as student interests such as art and science. These Ministries come together to vote on fund allocation as well as project development, expanding our potential and allowing us to create a more diverse and active culture not just within the organization, but seeking to benefit the entire campus and communities beyond.
viriditas@uah.edu

 

Well Church

Religious

We are a church that meets on campus at UAH. Our goal is to impact the campus with the Gospel. We are a place to grow, a place to serve, and a place to belong.

Wii Sports Club

Special Interest

We strive to bring back an appreciation for Wii sports through its members by playing Wii sport games as well as having fun. Beginners all the way to pros are welcome!

Whitesburg College Church Group

Religious

Whitesburg College is a group of students who work together to help the Whitesburg College Ministry to promote, serve, and influence the University of Alabama in Huntsville. This is done through helping college students connect, grow, and serve on their campuses, in their communities, and in the local church. Whitesburg College serves as an outreach and service group for the Whitesburg Baptist Church College Ministry. It is our goal to promote this ministry on the UAH campus while also giving students the opportunity to respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
whitesburgcollege@uah.edu

Wish-Makers

Community Service

Our purpose is to raise money to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions in Alabama. All money raised by the Wish-Makers will be donated to Make-A-Wish Alabama, the Alabama headquarters of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
wishmakers@uah.edu

Women in Business and Leadership

Academic

This chapter of the Women in Business and Leadership is a student-run organization for the advancement of women in business and leadership positions, through empowering and inspiring current students to become leaders in their future careers after graduating from college, by giving members the ability to have experiences as leaders through team exercises, presentations, demonstrations, case studies, and workshops, through promoting representation of women in leadership positions in businesses, by participating in community outreach activities to empower our members to give back to the community, by allowing our members to effectively network with other business women throughout the organization, the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and surrounding members of the local business community, and by clarifying any misconceptions of women in business and leadership positions.
womenleadership@uah.edu

Women’s Ultimate

Recreational

This organization is a women's ultimate frisbee club team. The team travels to nearby locations in the southeast to compete against other college women's ultimate teams.
womensultimate@uah.edu

Writer's Block

Special Interest

The Writer's Block Club is a community of creative writers from every style and genre, seeking to further enhance their skills through peer review and fun/informative workshops.
writersblock@uah.edu

 

Young Americans for Liberty

Political / Government

Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) is the largest, most active, and fastest-growing pro-liberty organization on America’s college campuses. With hundreds of chapters and thousands of youth activists nationwide, YAL seeks to identify, educate, train, and mobilize young people committed to winning on principle. We educate and advocate for individual rights within society.

Young Democratic Socialists of America

Political / Government

The Young Democratic Socialists of America are a political activist organization (not a political party) that commits itself to local democratic socialist activism. Examples of such activism would include volunteering for non-profits, attending protests, and helping organize strikes.

 

Zeta Phi Beta

Sorority

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated is based on the principles of scholarship, service, sisterly love, and the ideal of finer womanhood.
zetaphibeta@uah.edu