The Accounting Club is organized to bring together students interested in the Accounting Profession in a social and academic atmosphere, and is designed to aid their personal and professional development. We want to create, develop and promote an
The Actuarial Society of Kean is an organization dedicated to providing information, creating networking opportunities, and additional resources to anyone interested in pursuing a career as an Actuary.
The African Students Association is dedicated to informing young men and women of all nationalities about the history and current facts of the African culture while also having fun and enjoying learning this valuable information.
Alcohol, tobacco and other drug use among college students pose as a complex problem on campuses requiring a comprehensive approach. The Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Task Force (AToD) was formed to serve a variety of functions in the area of
The Alliance of E.O.F. (Educational Opportunity Fund) Students of New Jersey (A.E.S.N.J.) are leaders that help develop strategies and programs which strengthen the social, political, economic, intellectual, and spiritual welfare of E.O.F. students.
Alpha Epsilon Lambda is the only national organization that seeks to recognize the achievements of graduate and professional school students.
The National Broadcasting Society Alpha Epsilon Rho enhances the development of college students preparing for careers in electronic media industries.
Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first Greek letter sorority among African - American women, was founded at Howard University, Washington, DC. Alpha Kappa Alpha's mission has been to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards,
To acknowledge and promote scholarship excellence in the study of sociology, research of social problems, and such other social and intellectual activities as will lead to the improvement in the human condition.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the first intercollegiate Greek - Letter organization established for black college students, was organized at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, in 1906. The fraternity was born out of a desire to promote close