One hundred eighty six clubs – and we’re not talking turkey here. That’s how many clubs there are at UVU, according to the UVU Clubs Department.
To facilitate the management of such a large collection of clubs, the UVU Clubs Department uses OrgSync, an online community system used in the United States and Canada to help track involvement, manage events and organize administration for clubs at universities and colleges. The information about campus groups listed on the clubs department website is pulled directly from OrgSync.
The only problem is that the information on OrgSync has not been updated since last semester.
The clubs department is working to get the data up to date. In the meantime, we’ve lined up a selection from their list for anyone who wants to get a jump on club rush.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
From its inception in 1979, NAMI has been dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by mental illness.
President – Marilyn Sundblom [email protected] 801.529.0159
Contact – Laura Smith [email protected] 801.427.1231
To study wildlife and explore wildlife careers.
President Robin Cheung [email protected] 801.822.8165
contact Michelle Forester [email protected] 801.722.8722
Gun & Knife Club
Share knowledge and skills with anyone interested in firearms.
President James Clark [email protected] 801.231.3305
contact Kylee Clark [email protected] 801.830.1350
Aviation Club (Alpha Eta Rho)
To unite people with an interest in aviation and advance the cause of aviation in all its branches.
President Jordan Hermansen [email protected] 702.423.4922
contact Kristen Verdi [email protected] 516.983.9196
To allow those interested in careers relating to pharmacy to associate and communicate.
President Greg South [email protected] 801.201.5510
contact Zachery Stanfield [email protected]
Help prepare students for the taking the LSAT, applying to law school, attending law school and eventual careers in the legal profession
President Ewan Tanner [email protected] 801.995.3995
Contact Andrew Smith [email protected] 801.472.5078
Special Olympics Club
The UVU Special Olympics club has a two-fold purpose: to give opportunity for growth and service to students, and to provide recreational competitive and social opportunities for the intellectually challenged in the community.
President Andrew Goates [email protected] 435.640.1615
Contact Maddison Heyn [email protected] 801.885.3940
Provide students with a positive extracurricular activity, create a greater sense of identity with UVU and promote a healthy active lifestyle.
President Israel Worthington [email protected] 435.709.3631
Contact David Bowsman [email protected] 801.472.7295
To do yoga.
President Renee Mota [email protected] 801.
Contact Russell Lee [email protected] 801.400.0096
Magic: The Gathering Club
Magic the Gathering, UVU, fun and card games.
President Ethan Dayton [email protected] 801.921.9511
Contact Brian Rodham [email protected] 801.669.2078
Interfaith Student Association
Assistance with religious liberty, spiritual education, community service, and moving” from only tolerance to love”
President Paul Peterson [email protected] 801.787.8019
Contact Linda Walton [email protected] 801.812.0125
Promote African Culture and encourage social interaction between students from Africa and others from around the world. Helps provide educational support.
President Gloria Kajo [email protected]
Contact Leonard Bagalawa [email protected] 801.471.8806
Contemporary Dance Club
Provide Students with the opportunity of dancing a certain style that isn’t offered as a major or a class.
President Katreena Newman [email protected] 801.815.6203
Contact Ismael Arrieta [email protected] 801.664.9971
Music Education Club (MENC)
To prepare future music educators to bring music learning opportunities to everyone.
President Adrienne Braun [email protected] 801.863.1609
Contact Angela Romney [email protected] 801.824.4906
If your favorite club is not on this list, don’t worry – updated information can soon be found onorgsync.com. Organizations that do not update their information by the end of the first two weeks of school will suffer the penalty of having their funding revoked.