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The Accounting Club offers many fun and informative activities to its members. These include regular club meetings in which students can get to know their fellow accounting majors, a monthly dinner sponsored by IMA (Institute of Management Accountants)
Clarion University Advertising Club/AAF aims to harbor and explore the skills of our future advertisers.
The Advisory Board for Leadership and Engagement (ABLE) is a group dedicated to promoting, hosting, and creating leadership and service opportunities for campus constituents.
Founded in 1931, we are the national foreign language honor society of the US. AMG's primary purpose is to honor students for outstanding achievement in foreign language study. The society is anxious to enroll new members; please fill out an application.
Alpha Phi Omega is a national, co-ed service fraternity that has set the standard for college campus-based volunteerism since 1925. We strive to help each individual member develop leadership skills, experience friendship, and provide service to others.
Alpha Psi Omega is a National Theatre Honorary whose purpose is to serve and aid the Theatre Programs at Clarion University of Pennsylvania.
We are a social sorority. Our philanthropy is Pine Mountain Settlement School and our service project is Habitat for Humanity. We set-up fundraisers each semester to raise money for both. We love our sisterhood bond and welcome newcomers with open arms.
The American Chemical Society Clarion University chapter is a great place for chemistry majors to get involved on campus. We take part in National Chemistry Week each year at the Carnegie Science Center as well as many other events on campus.
ALA student chapter fosters professional development for the next generation of librarians in either school, public, or academic libraries. Our aim is to develop professional ethics and life long learning in the field of Library Science.
The American Marketing Associations mission is to provide members with valuable opportunities in the marketing field, to network with established businesses and professionals, and to practice marketing skills through volunteer community involvement.