HSU's Social Work Student Association


The Social Work Student Association Our mission is to enhance the lives of community members by listening and responding to their needs, volunteering our time and mobilizing resources. We shall work towards educating ourselves and others about the social work profession and the values that guide it. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

The SWSA works to fulfill its mission by connecting students, faculty, and alumni with local groups and agencies. We do this by inviting and hosting speakers from different agencies, by having movie nights and discussion, by doing fundraising and collection drives, and by a variety of other activities.

Membership Qualifications

Membership is open to any students or alumni of Humboldt State University that have an interest in Social Work, a drive for social justice, and the heart to help out in the community.

How to Join

Members need to register using the following link: http://www.humboldt.edu/forms/clubs
Members should attend scheduled meetings. Meetings can be attended remotely using the Elluminate software at the following link: http://tinyurl.com/swsa2011
The software is free to download for HSU students, and requires JAVA. This link will direct you to download.

Anthropology Club


image The HSU Anthropology Club is designed to promote a greater understanding of the academic discipline among undergraduates and enable them to explore their interests within the field. We are a fun and friendly group that holds meetings and plans events throughout the year that are related to the various aspects of anthropology (physical, cultural, linguistics, and archaeology).

About the Club

Unlike previous years, the renovated Anthropology Club encompasses all the sub-fields of the discipline including archaeology, cultural, linguistics, physical, and applied… and any topics that might fall into these categories. We generally meet every week and sponsor events throughout the month that allow students to experience the vast greatness that is anthropology in order to refine (or broaden!) their related academic or personal interests. Led by an adviser within the department, as well as an elected student body composed of a president, treasurer, and individuals representing each of the sub-disciplines, this club truly strives to exist solely for the students and thus all meetings and events are designed, promoted, and implemented by those who are interested! From flintknapping to primatology to foreign film nights to networking, Anthropology Club is the place for you—major or not!

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Membership Qualifications

An interest in any of the sub-fields of anthropology!

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How to Join

Come to any of the weekly meetings, or contact the club via email.

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*Photos under “Meeting Information,” “Places to Find Us,” and “About the Club” taken by K. Heifetz; photos under “Anthropology Club” taken by U. Grunder; photo under “How to Join” taken by K. Worsham; photo under “Membership Qualifications” taken by J. Fischer.

Fisheries Club - American Fisheries Society


UPDATED for Spring 2015!

The purpose of this group is to provide a forum for academic discussion and social interaction pertaining to fish, fisheries biology and relates areas of interest of the members.

About the Club

Fish enthusiasts doing fishy things. We can have club field trips, speakers and volunteer for events such as the Big Lagoon Camp-outs and Mad River Alliance Steelhead Derby. Come further your enthusiasm for fish and meet others along the way.

Membership Qualifications

The club is open to currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff of the Department of Fisheries Biology at Humboldt State University, and other students faculty, and staff interested in fisheries biology.

How to Join

Sign the Fisheries club list on one of the bulletin boards (Either first or second floor) in the Wildlife Building, or just send us an e-mail to be added to our list! We will have a meeting time soon and will post it here.

German Club


The purpose and mission of the German Club is to bring university members- students, staff, and faculty- together on the basis of a mutual interest in expanding knowledge and appreciation of the German country, language, cultural practices, and history. Other German-speaking countries such as Switzerland, Austria, and Liechtenstein will also receive attention. The German Club strives to meet its purpose and mission through regular meetings and events in which club members will have the opportunity to use the German language, share cultural knowledge, and exchange stories in relaxed, fun, and inclusive environments.Hosting or participating in volunteer projects and events that enhance the larger community of Humboldt State University or local municipalities is encouraged for club officers and club members, as well as collaboration with other cultural organizations on the HSU campus and in the local community. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Bringing HSU members together on the basis of a mutual interest in expanding knowledge and appreciation of the German language and culture.

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

German Club


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How to Join

Geospatial Club Spring 2015


The club serves to answer geospatial questions, provide instruction on equipment, provide learning experiences, and seek out and engage members in career development opportunities. Where applicable, the club also provides funding to support members interested in attending and presenting at conferences and industry related events.

Student members collecting data in the Bald Hills with in Redwood National Park

About the Club

The geospatial club at Humboldt State University strives to provide a support network for students interested in geospatial analysis. The club is comprised of students from diverse backgrounds and disciplines including environmental science and management, geology, geography, wildlife, and anthropology

Membership Qualifications

Must have an interest in the Geospatial Sciences

How to Join

Come to a meeting or contact us through the club email.

Xi Sigma Pi


"To secure and maintain a high standard of scholarship in forest resource management education, to work for the improvement of the forestry profession, and to promote a fraternal spirit among those engaged in activities related to forest resources." Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Being a member of Xi Sigma Pi looks great on a resume and can give you a competitive edge when it comes to federal employment. This can ultimately lead to increased wages and reduced work-hour commitments for certain agencies. Please contact the current Xi Sigma Pi President: Nickolas Zeibig-Kichas for more information.

Membership Qualifications

  • Must be of junior or senior standing within a major in the Department of Forestry and Wildland Resources
  • Must have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPS (including transfer units)
  • Completed at least 60 semester units
  • Completed at least 12 units with the FOR, WSHD, SOILS, or RRS designation
  • Must be of the highest moral character
  • Desire to be a member of the Xi Sigma Pi, and to continue to honor the objectives, intentions, and purpose of the society

How to Join

If you are eligible please fill out this form and place it in the Xi Sigma Pi mailbox in the Forestry Office or give it to any of the current Xi officers. Dues consist of a one-time fee of $25 that constitutes life time membership, a handsome certificate, the right to wear a Xi Sigma Pi stoll during graduation, among other benefits. Please attach an unofficial copy of your transcripts. If you are eligible, you will be invited to the induction ceremony that typically takes place during the last week of the Spring semester. Participating in the ceremony is required for membership. Upon signing, I agree to permit elected Xi officers to view my grade records for the purpose of evaluation my eligibility.


The purpose of this organization is to create a space where deep and meaningful conversations regarding the current state of humanity can be discussed and greater insight to what ACTION can be done about it are explored. Students and their friends who are dedicated to bringing about fellowship and love among the diverse group of students on this campus and will have community development opportunities. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Membership in the organization shall be open to all those matriculated Humboldt State students who are interested in membership. There shall be no other requirements for admission to regular membership. Each regular member has equal rights and privileges.

How to Join

http://www.humboldt.edu/clubs/


The purpose of this organization is to create a space where deep and meaningful conversations regarding the current state of humanity can be discussed and greater insight to what can be done about it are explored. Students and their friends who are dedicated to bringing about fellowship and love among the diverse group of students on this campus and will have community development opportunities. Today, our understanding of spirituality must embrace not only personal and group life, but also the collective progress of humanity as a whole. Indeed, it is only because the human race has at last entered on its stage of maturity that the old age prophecies of an era of peace and justice can now be achieved. The essential message of the Bahá'í Faith is the call to unity; its audience, the entire world: "Let your vision be world-embracing," Baha'u'llah (the founder of the Bahai Faith) says, "rather than confined to your own self." Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

This organization is affiliated with “International Bahai Faith”. In just over 150 years, the Bahá‘í Faith has become the second most widespread of the independent world religions. Embracing people from more than 2,100 ethnic, racial, and tribal groups, it is quite likely the most diverse organized body of people on the planet. Its unity challenges prevailing theories about human nature and the prospects for our common future. Bahá‘ís work towards the creation of an ever-advancing, sustainable world civilization, based on the following principles: the oneness of humanity, the equality of women and men, the elimination of all prejudices, universal education, the harmony between science and religion and the independent investigation of the truth. Bahá‘ís believe that humanity, as a whole, has entered a new stage in its collective existence. Like an adolescent entering adulthood, new levels of accomplishment are now possible. Global undertakings, once considered impossible, can now be achieved. Such undertakings include the realization of world peace, the attainment of universal justice, and the furtherance of a harmonious balance between technology, development, human values and protection of the natural environment. Today, our understanding of spirituality must embrace not only personal and group life, but also the collective progress of humanity as a whole. Indeed, it is only because the human race has at last entered on its stage of maturity that the old age prophecies of an era of peace and justice can now be achieved. The essential message of the Bahá‘í Faith is the call to unity; its audience, the entire world: “Let your vision be world-embracing,” Baha’u‘llah (the founder of the Bahai Faith) says, “rather than confined to your own self.image

Membership Qualifications

Membership in the organization shall be open to all those matriculated Humboldt State students who are interested in membership. There shall be no other requirements for admission to regular membership. Each regular member has equal rights and privileges.

Voting membership is restricted matriculated, currently enrolled students and Humboldt State University. A minimum of 80% of all members of the organization must be matriculated, currently enrolled students at Humboldt state University students. Membership in this organization shall not be denied to any student at Humboldt State University, on the basis of race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, color, age, gender, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation or disability or disability. The prohibition of on discrimination on the basis of gender does not apply to social fraternities or sororities or to other university living groups. (Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Section 41500). Any member may be suspended or expelled from the organization for conduct obviously contrary to the. Constitution of the organization or for conduct that impairs the rights of the members to enjoy the benefits of the organization. The offense must be in writing and submitted by a club member. After the offense is submitted to the organization, the offending member has the right to a 24 hour notice of a hearing before his/her peers at a regular meeting and the offending member may be suspended or expelled by a 2/3 affirmative vote of the voting members present. There shall be three types of membership in the organization: voting, associate and honorary. Any eligible non-HSU student who completes a membership form shall be an associate member upon submitting a membership form with the club secretary. Any person giving outstanding service to the organization may be voted in for honorary membership.

How to Join

http://www.humboldt.edu/forms/club_membership_registration

Humboldt State Men's Volleyball


The Humboldt State Men's Volleyball team competes in the Northern California Collegiate Volleyball League (NCCVL), a powerhouse conference recognized by the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF). This includes traveling to compete against programs from around California and Nevada in preparation for the NCCVL's annual league championships. In recent years Humboldt State has finished as high as third (2014) and runner-up (2013). At the culmination of each league season (Jan-Mar) teams from across the country gather to compete in the highly-renowned NCVF National Championships. 2014 was Humboldt State's first season since the early 90's to participate in this tournament. We plan on making this a tradition. Our program's goals entail improving players' skills in preparation for high-level competition. We encourage any hard-working individual with a passion for competitive volleyball to come join us! The 2015 Humboldt State Men's Volleyball Team

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

No qualifications necessary! All levels of volleyball experience are welcome to join. Come in ready to work hard and compete at a high level.

How to Join

To join our program contact one of the following through text/email:
Stephen Trevitt, President (714-315-8465)
Denver Marines, Vice President (619-213-8904)
Maxwell Moore (858-610-6603)

Or just show up at one of our practices (times listed above).

Water Resource Club


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About the Club

The Water Resource club is here to talk and learn about water issues around the world, in California, and on campus. We also are here to have a splash! Activities include lectures, presentations, film screenings, conferences, pot-lucks, and WATER ACTIVITIES!

Membership Qualifications

There are no qualifications to be a member.

How to Join

Register on the clubs website to American Water Resource Association, Attend Meetings or Email List.

HSU Capoeira Club


Capoeira Club is back in ACTION and we’re looking for new members! Capoeira is a Brazilian Style Marital Art developed with a deep African influence!!! The style is more than just about fighting it involves culture, music, language, friends, and communication. Come on down this week and get a taste of CAPOEIRA. image" alt="" />

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

No experience necessary. Just bring tons of axe (spirit and energy)!

How to Join

Just show up to a club meeting!

Redwood Chapter of Environmental Educators and Interpreters


Redwood Chapter of Environmental Educators and Interpreters (RCEEI) is a student run chapter of the National Association of Interpretation, and membership is offered to students at Humboldt State University in Arcata, CA. Each semester is full of opportunities for environmental educators, scientists, communicators, speakers, child development majors and others from just about any department on campus to participate in local community environmental education. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

RCEEI is open to all Humboldt State students

How to Join

Come to club in NR210 at 12pm on Wednesdays or send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to join the mailing list!

Armenian Students' Association


The purpose of this association is to preserve the cultural heritage of the Armenian students of Humboldt State University; to promote social justice of Armenians and other underrepresented peoples; and to serve as a beacon of unification for the Armenian community of Humboldt County. 1111lqf.jpg" alt="" />

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Interest in Armenian affairs and/or culture!

How to Join

Armenian Students Association


The purpose of this association is to preserve the cultural heritage of the Armenian students of Humboldt State University; to promote social justice of Armenians and other underrepresented peoples; and to serve as a beacon of unification for the Armenian community of Humboldt County. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Interest in Armenian issues and/or culture!

How to Join

Kinesiology Club


We are here to bring classmates together with social, professional, and academic resources within Kinesiology and everything our area of focus emphasizes. We are here to help Kinesiology students to know one another through fun social events. We host club events, provide assistance to local charities and other organizations that relate to our majors, and work towards becoming more involved in the community. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

-Membership is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled Humboldt State University. All members are welcome to join the club
-Voting membership is restricted to matriculated, currently enrolled students at Humboldt State University
-Membership in the organization will not be denied to anyone on the basis of race, religion, national origin, age, sex, disability, veteran’s status, or sexual orientation. The prohibition on discrimination on the basis of gender does not apply to social fraternities or sororities or to other university living groups. (Title 5, California Code of Regulations, Section 41500)
-There shall be no hazing. No member of this organization shall engage in hazing, participate in hazing, or commit any act that causes or is likely to cause bodily danger, physical harm, or personal degradation or disgrace resulting in physical or mental harm to any fellow student or person attending this institution (California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Article 2, Standards for Student Conduction, Section 41301(b)(8).
(Individual students may be disciplined for hazing under Section 41301(b)(8).

How to Join

Come to a meeting! Flyers are posted through out KA building with upcoming meeting times.
E-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to become a member.

Humboldt's Laughter Revolution


This club is an opportunity for participants to let go of social norms and be silly with the people around them. As a club we try to create a safe environment where people can be themselves and have fun, while laughing! Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Laughter Enlivens Us
Laughter enlivens us. Both literally and figuratively. Journalist Norman Cousins famously chronicled the effects of his self-prescribed “laughing cure” in his book Anatomy of an Illness as Perceived by the Patient (W.W. Norton, 1979, 2001, 2005). Cousins, who suffered from inflammatory arthritis, claimed that ten minutes of hearty guffawing while watching Marx Brothers movies brought him two hours of pain-free sleep. Both inflammation and pain were significantly reduced. Research since then has shown that laughter reduces levels of stress hormones such as cortisol, epinephrine, and dopamine; increases health-enhancing hormones (such as endorphins), neurotransmitters, and infection-fighting antibodies; and improves blood flow to the heart—all resulting in greater relaxation and resistance to disease, as well as improved mood and positive outlook
Laughter Changes Us
Laughter changes us, in the loveliest ways. When we lighten up we feel more positive and optimistic, more hopeful and engaged. We’re friendlier, more resourceful, more attractive, more radiantly alive.
Raising Our Laugh Quota
If others around you are laughing, you’re absorbing their upbeat vibes. It’s kind of like second-hand smoke. You get almost the same effect as if you were the one laughing. And of course, since laughing is contagious, someone else’s laughter tends to trigger yours—so that gives you extra laugh points toward your quota too.
“You don’t stop laughing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop laughing.” —Michael Pritchard

Membership Qualifications

There are no qualifications for membership, Just people who want to have fun and be prepared to LAUGH!!!

How to Join

Animal Behavior Club


The Animal Behavior Club meets weekly to discuss topics in animal behavior, from our domestic companions to exotic felines and more. We strive for a hands-on approach to animal behavior, interacting with ranch animals such as horses, cows, pigs, chickens, goats, and dogs on a semi-regular basis. We also emphasize volunteering at local animal shelters as a way to give back to our community. If you are interested in working with or learning about animals, this is the club for you! image" alt="" />

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Love and respect for all animals

How to Join

Simply show up to the meetings and we will let you know!

Beach Volleyball


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Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)


SHPE mission is to change lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareness, access, support, and development. SHPE's vision is a world where Hispanics are highly valued and influential as the leading innovators, scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Our club offers ERE Drop-in Tutoring on: ENGR 115,210,211,215,313, 325, 326, 330,331,333…

The times for the sessions are:

Sundays: 2pm-4pm
Mondays: 5pm-7pm
Thursday: 5pm-7pm

In Science D Room 17

Membership Qualifications

All students are welcome to join.

How to Join

Contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or come to one of the meetings.

Democracy Matters At Humboldt State University


We are a student run club at Humboldt State University dedicated to educating the community about how big money has corrupted our democracy. We are dedicated to getting rid of the power hold that big corporations have on our country and give people back the voice that they deserve, to make this country truly democratic once again. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Democracy Matters holds a different events throughout the year and we are also open to collaborations with other clubs on campus.
We are willing to work with anyone who wants to make sure everyone has a voice.

Membership Qualifications

Everyone is welcomed

How to Join

Please come to our weekly meeting. If you are unable to attend please contact Kimberly at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to set up one on one meetings. Or to sign up to our email list.

Anyone is welcomed throughout the semester.

CCAT (Campus Center for Appropriate Technology)


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Humboldt Quidditch League


We play the sport of Quidditch (Yes, I realize we can't fly). If you have want to know more about muggle Quidditch there's an awesome documentary about it on youtube called "Brooms up".

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Everyone is welcome!

How to Join

To play you have to fill out some forms for insurance purposes which you can do here: https://www.dosportseasy.com/humboldtsportclubs/join.php?h=quidditch
There is no fee this year. If you want to be involved with Quidditch in a different way email us! We would love to have you!

Ukirk


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Join us Tuesdays at 5:00pm for tea and discussion!

Environmental Resources Engineering Student Association


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

(Students/Officers) to become an official member of ERESA you are required to be a fully matriculated Engineering student at Humboldt State University

How to Join

please go to the following links to register with our organization

http://www.humboldt.edu/forms/club_membership_registration – after signing in select our club, listed under E.R.E.S.A. and follow the directions.

http://www.asce.org/Prospective-Members/ – scroll down to the bottom and click the “Joining ASCE” link.

- enter all information and make sure to choose Humboldt State University as your university

-***You should not need to pay so be sure to choose the student options, some additional memberships to specialized areas will cost money so choose at your own discretion***

-once you have finished email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) your asce member number so we can keep it for our records and sign you up for ASCE conferences if you are selected to attend.

Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority


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How to Join

kappa Sigma


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How to Join

to find out how to join come by our table in the Quad during one of the first four weeks of every semster

Graduate Forest Ecology Research Network (FERN)


The purpose for this organization is to provide graduate students in the environmental sciences an interdisciplinary forum where they can engage with peers, faculty, and professionals in scientific research and endeavors. Purpose and objectives FERN's objectives are: - Create an interdisciplinary forum for graduate students in the field of forest ecology where members can present research, discuss scientific papers, provide feedback, and promote dissemination of information for scientific research studies. - Provide financial and logistical support for club members to participate in academic conferences. - Host and collaborate with scientific professionals to give workshops and training sessions on methodology and tools pertinent to interrelated research. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for a schedule of meetings

Membership Qualifications

FERN is for graduate students at Humboldt State University with research related to ecology and/or environmental science.
Undergraduates, however, are highly encouraged to connect with us and attend events or guest lectures.

How to Join

Email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Attend a meeting.
Contact Dr. Jeff Kane, NR 220 or any current members you may know.

Humboldt Whovians


This club is for fans of Dr. Who, as well as anyone else who has the slightest interest in Doctor Who or in learning about Dr. Who. This is a picture of all the regenerations of the Doctor.

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

none

How to Join

Go to a club meeting.

Botany Club


We are a student organization devoted to promoting botanical education through field experiences and creating a botanically-aware community. Our mission is to share and cultivate a love for all things botanical both around the HSU community and around the world! Learn from your classmates, mentors, and local plant gurus!

About the Club

Members participate in all sorts of activities such as; greenhouse plant propagation in our greenhouse space, fundraising for trips and greenhouse supplies, botanical craft workshops, share knowledge, networking with other Botanists, rare plant treasure hunts, visits to our adopted botanical area, botanical excursions and much more!

Membership Qualifications

Have an interest in plants!

How to Join

Register here: http://www.humboldt.edu/forms/club_membership_registration
Email the club and ask join the mailing list
Calender of Events: https://www.google.com/calendar/render?tab=mc

Acro Yoga club


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About the Club

Acro yoga is a physical practice which combines yoga and acrobatics. Within the AcroYoga club we try to create a safe and respectful environment where people can learn how to express themselves in a different way. Acro helps you to trust more, be creative with your body and gives you time to play more throughout your life. There is no experience or partner needed. Please stop by and we will welcome you with open arms.

Membership Qualifications

There are no qualifications for membership just people who want to learn new ways to move their bodies, have fun and most of all PLAY!

How to Join

Come to our jamtime on Tuesdays and Thursdays or send us a email if you have any questions or concerns!

Humboldt State Disc Golf


The purposes of this club are to promote leadership skills, teamwork, and enjoyable competition. Goals of the club include increasing membership, qualifying for nationals, and creating an environment that promotes healthy competition. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Qualifications for membership are fairly simple. An interest in disc golf and the desire to have fun are really all you need in order to join.
Desire to compete in intercollegiate competition is optional.

How to Join

Contact us through our club email and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

American Sign Language (ASL)


American Sign Language Club at Humboldt State University where you can come to learn, teach and practice ASL! image

About the Club

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Want to go to a signing social in Arcata?
Signing socials are being held every Saturday night at 5pm at Mosgo’s Coffee Shop (off of Alliance next to Murphey’s Market).

Membership Qualifications

There is no ASL requirement to join this club. You only need a desire to learn more about American Sign Language and Deaf Culture!

How to Join

Come to any of the club’s weekly meetings or contact us via email.

Forensic Science Club


The goal of this club is to bring together different fields to create a growing knowledge of modern forensic science practices. As well as, helping prepare undergraduate students for careers in forensic science and graduate school programs. We have some projects that we are working on with the Anthropology Department and are always open for new ideas of how to research and learn about the growing field of forensic science. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Every year we attend the Chico State Forensic Science Conference in Chico, CA.
Upcoming Events:
Murder Mystery Dinner

We learn a lot about different aspects of forensic science and encourage people to join us!

Membership Qualifications

Qualifications we require are that members are fully matriculated students who have a passion for learning about forensic science. Anyone is welcome to come join our club and share information!

How to Join

Come to a meeting and see if you like it!

Hermanas Unidas de Humboldt


♥ HaU Inc. Herstory ♥ In the Spring semester of 1994, five inspiring young women: Zuleyka Heredia, Ricki Robles, Amelia Schustz, Erica Solorzano and Bernadette Vargas came together to establish one of the first Chicana/Latina groups at the University of California, Berkeley. These five women recognized the limited amount of support and resources for Chicana/Latinas on the university campus and resolved to fill the void. These visionary women established the foundation of what has evolved into a recognized organization. Hermanas Unidas combines academics, community service and social activities to unite and support Chicana/Latinas in their quest for higher education, while emphasizing Hermandad. -----Purpose: To reach out to the Chicana/Latina community and provide resources as well as a family networking system through the avenues provided by the three pillars of Hermanas Unidas: ----Academic - Through the emphasis of academics not only do we empower our minds but our future as well. ----Community Service - In the struggle to empower ourselves we must also remember our communities and empower them as well. ------ Social - In stressing Hermandad, a family network is created to foster an environment of mutual respect and unity, while supporting individual interests and talents. ------1) To provide a place where women can come together and be themselves. We accept any and all ideologies. We are a sisterhood attempting to provide a healthy transition to and from the university. ------2) To raise awareness and educate the campus and the community at large about Chicana/Latina issues. --------- Logo: El Quinto Sol, or the fifth sun of the Aztec calendar, represents and signifies change. It exemplifies the search for unity, restoration and purification of personal balance. The symbol chosen to exemplify the spirit of Hermanas Unidas is El Quinto Blossom. It is representative of the group because of the constant change we face as students, as women, as Latinas, as daughters, as sisters, as an organization, but most of all, as individuals. It is the change that empowers us for growth on personal, educational and professional levels. - It Represents the story of a young woman, her face in profile, depicted by the leaf and stem of the logo. This woman is on the path to enlightenment through the pursuit of education, symbolized by the winding stem, which also represents the challenging, yet rewarding road towards personal growth. Her path leads to El Quinto Sol, the fruit of her sacrifice, the sum of her experiences, the rewards of the relationships she has built. This is the story of the Hermana that blossoms into a woman of truth, a stronger woman for having traveled that road. El Quinto Sol remains the focal point of our logo so that we may never forget where we came from and that we may keep clear where we are going together in Hermandad. ---------- Motto: "Poder de la Mujer" is what all Hermanas strive to embody, both as individual women and as an organization. The motto symbolizes the strength and will of each and every Hermana in their quest for higher education, the empowerment of their families and communities, as well as equality in education, the workplace and the rest of society. --------Colors: The official colors of Hermanas Unidas are Blue and Silver. ---------- HaU♥ Statewide Chapters: - Hermanas Unidas consists of a network of over 18 undergraduate chapters all over California an extensive Alumni Association Hermanas participating in HaU's greatest philanthropy, Relay For Life in Spring of 2013 at HSU

About the Club

—————♥ HaU de Humboldt State Herstory ♥

————-♥ Our Herstory ♥
In the fall of 2011, eight determined women set out in search of Hermandad. As part of an under-represented group at Humboldt State these ladies sought to bring together women of common interests in order to built familiar and strong connections. These women decided to establish something that wouldn’t judge or discriminate and sought to provide unity through empowerment. With these goals in mind these women founded a chapter of Hermanas Unidas that filled the void at the Humboldt State Campus. Through academics, community service, and collegial networking Hermanas Unidas hopes to unite and support hermanas along their pursuit of higher education.

——————♥ HaU de Humboldt State Founding Mothers:

- Elena Lopez, Wendy Gonzalez, Ericka Balderas, Juana Villegas-Villagomez, Caroline Zapata, Laura Irene Alvarez, Stephanie Escalante, Elsa Aguilarimage

Membership Qualifications

Anyone can qualify for membership, more details in “How to Join”

How to Join

Steps to becoming an Active Hermana:

-Attend 4 consecutive meetings, study halls, community service or social events
-pay semester dues (semester dues cover special events that only Active Hermanas can attend)

Resident Housing Association


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Water Resources


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HSU Society of American Foresters


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School Psychology Association of Students, Teachers, Interns, and Consultants


The School Psych Club is an organization created for the promotion of the career of school psychologists in our school, our community and world. Through education, events and open dialogue we will provide information and opportunities to all interested parties about the role, training and position of being a school psychologist. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

The School Psych Club hosts a variety of events throughout the year. Our main events are School Psychology Awareness Week, November 11-15 and an advocacy event in the spring.

Membership Qualifications

Core club members must be currently enrolled in the School Psychology Program at Humboldt State University. Associated Club Members may be any person interested in the field of school psychology or other psychology graduate programs.

How to Join

To join, please email the the Club President at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Humboldt Student Food Collective


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About the Club

http://www.humsfc.org/

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HSUCSSA


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Humboldt State University Chinese Students and Scholars Association.

Membership Qualifications

Non profit
Interested in Chinese culture.

How to Join

Go to http://www.humboldt.edu/clubs

United States Institute of Theater Technology (USITT)


Our club seeks to create and collaborate on projects involving various aspects of technical theatre. We work with local theaters and the HSU theatre department on a variety of events for mutual benefit. Our goals involve creating an environment for artists to share and develop professionally. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Anyone with an interest in technical theatre! Costumes, Scenic, Lights, Sound, Projections, Management, Make-up, Props, etc.

How to Join

Come to a meeting or send us an email!

Student California Teacher's Association


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Membership Qualifications

An interest in education.

How to Join

Come to one of our meetings and see if you’re interested and we can set you up with our email alerts.

Not a Club


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Queens of Distinction


Promoting unity through academics and discussion. Creating a safe space for women to express themselves. While forming sisterly bonds with one another. imageimage" alt="Q.O.D. 2010" />

About the Club

“We are women who stand together for one cause. As mentors, we are dedicated to promoting unity, self-improvement, support, and respect among women of different cultures; as well as regaining and discovering our own history of who we are past, present, and future. Together Queens, will devote time to learning and understanding one another as well as other members of the community. We believe in the empowerment of ourselves through dialogue and actions such as community service and academics. We want to show our school and local community that women can agree, be strong, open minded, independent, and out live negative stereotypes placed upon us by our society. In our club we create a safe environment for women to fully express themselves regardless of differences, cultures, religious beliefs, ethnicity and class. We will celebrate the distinct qualities that make us who we are while forming an everlasting sisterhood. Through our excellence as sisters we will make Humboldt State University an atmosphere that we can feel comfortable and at home in. Once a queen always a queen, sisters for life!”

Membership Qualifications

-Any one interested can join

How to Join

-Attend all club meetings
-Complete 40 hours; through events and socials
-Show dedication and commiment to the group

HSU AKD


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About the Club

We are a sociological honor society. We are apart of Alpha Kappa Delta International and fall under region 9 of their jurisdiction. Are chapter name is Alpha Upsilon.

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Kappa Sigma


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Chabad at HSU


Chabad at HSU is a Jewish Student Group here to provide opportunities, both individual and collective, to experience Jewish living, knowledge, and practice. Chabad provides Judaism, imbued with the depth and vitality of Chassidic thought, philosophy, and Jewish Mysticism. image" alt="Chabad at HSU Jewish Student Group" />

About the Club

We hold on campus meetings every other Monday (starting January 26, 2015) at 5pm in Nelson Hall East Room 118.

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) with your name, number and optionally a little about yourself.

Botany Club!


To share knowledge and love of all things botanical. Workshops, field trips, presentations, and learning fun! image" alt="" />

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Must have a love for and interest in plants and all things related to botany!

How to Join

Write an email and request that you be added to the mailing list, then sign up through the HSU Clubs and Activities Website homepage.

Geographic Society


Geography students attend 66th Annual Meeting of the California Geographical Society at UC Davis.

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

4.0 GPA, PhD or equivalent research experience, and a $5,000 registration fee. OR a sense of humor, interest in Geography, interacting with the environment, making a positive impact on our surroundings, and connecting with peers. Any and all majors are welcome as there is a geographer in all of us!

How to Join

Just show up with your lovely self!

Mixed Martial Arts Club


Over the past half-decade the Mixed Martial Arts club has become the unofficial meeting grounds for all varieties of martial-arts on campus. We've kept our focus on the conventional MMA Recipe: Boxing, Wrestling, Judo and BJJ while providing time and space for other types of martial-arts practice. It's important for students to have a physical outlets, as well as pursue the hobbies that they enjoy the most, so we're grateful that the University Clubs & Activities Center and the Student Recreation Center have made it possible for Martial-Artists at HSU to do more than just tell stories of how awesome their 'home-gym' used to be and removed the need for to spend their money on unaffordable gym-contracts. We want your help to grow the martial-arts presence on campus by growing the club, reaching new students and expanding the variety of Mixed Martial Arts Club activities.

About the Club

Spring 2013: The Mixed Martial Arts Club is Back!!!

Bi-Weekly classes will begin starting Tuesday, February 12th.
The remodeling of the West Gym has caused and certain problems with storing mats and other equipment.
-We’ll be keeping our doors open regardless are doing our best to work with the space that we have.

Be sure to check out the HSU Wrestling club as well!

Membership Qualifications

No previous training is necessary, but we expect self-control and willingness to learn from all participants. We run regular classes, but the club maintains a comfortable and informal atmosphere.

Before heading to your first class you might want to check out our pamphlet to get a general idea of what to expect: HSU_MMA_2013.pdf

We’re always looking for experienced instructors; if you’ve got roughly 5 years of experience at a relevant martial-art or would want to organize some exercise outside of regular class, please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) explaining your goals and qualifications and/or draft of your lesson-plan.

How to Join

Please Register as a member at http://www.humboldt.edu/forms/clubs.
This will add you to our mailing list which will give you weekly schedules for all club activities.

Animal Behavior Club


We hoped to broaden our understanding of animal behavior and intelligence and through this learn how to improve the lives of animals. polar-bear-husky-dog-playing-1.jpg" alt="Two animals playing together for no reason except to have fun!" />

About the Club

We have weekly meetings to discuss advances in the science of Animal Behavior. We also take trips to animal shelters and visit trainers to learn more about the behavior of dogs, we will help by volunteering our time to the animal shelters.

Membership Qualifications

Students must be enrolled at Humboldt State University. Voting is restricted to students majoring in Biological sciences or Psychology.

How to Join

Click the ‘register for a club’ button on the Clubs homepage and ‘login’ on the next page.

Animal Behavior Club


We hope to broaden our perspectives and understanding of animal behavior and intelligence and begin to look at animals in a new light. polar-bear-husky-dog-playing-1.jpg" alt="" />

About the Club

We have meetings to discuss advances in the science of animal behavior and excursions to animal shelters and events with trainers to learn about dog behavior and volunteer to spend time with dogs and cats.

Membership Qualifications

Enrolled student at Humboldt State Universtiy. Voting members must have a biology or psychology related major.

How to Join

Go to the clubs homepage and click the register for a club link.

Lumberjack Wrestling Club


The purpose of the Lumberjack Wrestling Club is too promote wrestling and build confident individuals with character. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

We practice Freestyle and Greco-Roman Wrestling. Utilize the time during meetings to become proficient in both styles.

Membership Qualifications

Wrestling Shoes

How to Join

Attend at least two meetings.

Finding Resources and Empowerment through Education


Finding Resources and Empowerment through Education (F.R.E.E.) strives to provide leadership by encouraging advocacy,values,and customs that will lead to the continued recruitment, retention and graduation of low-income and undocumented students. As students of Humboldt State we have noticed that there isn’t resources for students who are low-income and who fall under the AB540 category. F.R.E.E’s goals for this semester are to make this institution a AB-540 friendly/aware campus.

About the Club

In the past FREE has organized workshops to help high school students pursuit a higher education by providing a college readiness conference. FREE has attended an AB 540 Conference in order to better understand what resources and networks can act as support systems for marginalized students; with this knowledge FREE hopes to make HSU an AB 540 a friendly campus. FREE has facilitated workshops educating our HSU campus and community about :

-Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (DACA), – AB 540 – AB 130, – AB 131.

FREE also does service for the community twice a month and attends Latin@ Net meetings in order to bridge the gap between HSU and the local community. FREE continues to share knowledge and acts as allies to advocate for underrepresented students.

Fall 2012- Fall 2013

FREE is working tirelessly in order to bring attention to the lack of support to undocumented students. We are doing this through:

——->Building talks with administrators,faculty, and staff ——->Invited Dolores Huerta as key note speaker to touch on the misrepresentation of communities ——-> Invited Dr. Miguel Zavala to the Institute for Student Success (The Spring 2013 Institute for Student Success will provide staff, faculty, and administrators with information, resources, and strategies useful in supporting a variety of student learning needs and enhancing the success of students from diverse backgrounds. The Spring Institute will include a range of workshops focused on various topics, from creating inclusive campus environments to effective pedagogy.)

———-> Building dialogue on the unification of Latin@ students at Humboldt State.

———> Hosted a week long event “Undocuweek of Awareness”, filled with events that raise awareness centered on the theme of obstacles and barriers that undocumented people and students face everyday followed by dialogues on how overcome these issues.

———> All of our members are trained as prepares for the discretionary determination Deferred Action for Childhood Arrives (DACA), those who wish to apply to this program, we can service them by filling out the paperwork step by step.

Membership Qualifications

The qualifications to be apart of FREE are:

-To be able to attend our weekly meetings

-Be passionate about the cause FREE is advocating

-Willing to be an ally

- Be able to speak out against racism,sexism,homophobia, ableism and any kind of barrier that doesn’t respect individuality and communities.

How to Join

Be able to attended our weekly meetings, participate in leading workshops, and most of all be enthusiastic about building a support system for undocumented students.

Child Development Association


The Child Development Association offers multiple fundraising opportunities, community service and friendship. As a club, we strive to provide opportunities and events that can benefit children and their families, communities, and futures. image" alt="" />

About the Club

We meet the first and third Wednesday of each month in HGH 105 at 6:30pm.
During our meetings we discuss upcoming events, volunteer opportunities and advocacy projects.

Membership Qualifications

Being interested in becoming a part of our club. Non-Child Development majors welcome!

How to Join

Come by our meetings OR join our email list by sending us your email address! Through email we will inform you on discussions of previous meetings and future events.

The Humboldt Circus


We seek to spread circus and performing arts to all who wish to learn such skills - ideally, the world. The Humboldt Circus at Portland Juggling Festival

About the Club

The Humboldt Circus is an eclectic group of creative people looking to learn and share skills in the performance arts. Every semester, the circus puts on a full-length production with a more “adult” themed Halloween show in the Fall and an “all ages” show in the Spring. Humboldt Circus also performs for local organizations and other clubs on campus, when requested. Humboldt circus also makes trips to (relatively) local juggling festivals, such as Portland Juggling Festival, Damento Juggling Festival and, of course, the Humboldt Juggling Festival.
Looking for circus monkeys on campus? Just yell “Humboldt!” and if you hear someone respond “Circus!” then you know there are clowns around.

Membership Qualifications

The only qualification for membership is the desire and openness to have a lot of fun!!!

How to Join

Come to club meetings or e-mail us!

Student Association of Fire Ecologists


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About the Club

S.A.F.E. is a branch off of A.F.E. which stands for the Association of Fire Ecologists. Basically what we are is a group of students who have an interest in fire. There are members of our group who are studying fire and others who are not, so it’s open to anybody, and any class level,we have Graduate students and Undergraduate students who are members. Basically what we are striving for as club is to learn as much as we can about fire. We plan to achieve this goal by attending talks or seminars that are related to fire, participating in hands on field events, such as prescribed burns, getting members certified to be Type II firefighters, and by trying to get as many people as possible to attend the annual International Fire Ecology and Management Congress. However to attend and participate in such events we have to do lots of fund raising and seeking of donations, so be ready. If you are studying fire or plan on working one day in a fire related field being a part of this club will give some good experience, knowledge, and will look great on a resume.

Membership Qualifications

Be enrolled at HSU and have an interest in Fire

How to Join

Come to one of our meetings and check out the club to see if your interested in joining. If you are, go to the Clubs and Activities website at humboldt.edu/clubs/ and click on the “Register for a Club” tab, and find us on the provided list.

Tango Club


Want to learn how to dance Argentine Tango? Free and no experience needed! Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

The first hour is the lesson, We will teach new moves every week and practice the moves that we learned the previous week. We will also learn about dancing ethics, about the music, about its history and tango related stuff.

The second hour is a free floor. We will play music and you can dance and practice how ever you want. Its a great opportunity to experiment and just socialize.

Membership Qualifications

No experience needed, we will teach you everything. Partners are encouraged but not needed.

How to Join

Come by to our weekly meetings and dance with us.

HSU Pre-Medical Association


THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF THE PRE-MED CLUB IS TO ASSIST STUDENTS IN ACHIEVING A CAREER IN MEDICINE, AND PROVIDE INFORMATION REGARDING CUTTING-EDGE MEDICAL ADVANCEMENTS AND DISCOVERIES. Here's what we do in general: 1)MCAT discussion and preparation, with first-person stories about the test 2)Medical school application seminars, including personal statement, processes for applying, and interview preparation (including many different professions throughout medicine) 3)Presentations by doctors from around the area, and their personal story about the road to working in medicine (various specialties) >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 4)Discuss events for the club to partake in the community including courses for medical careers, volunteering and research opportunities, internships, and paid medical positions >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 5)Discuss events for the club to partake in outside the community-- Our biggest trip of the year is UC Davis National Pre-Medicine Conference, where priceless information on medical school is reviewed >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 6)Course based study sessions, with experienced tutors who would normally charge for their time, but help the club out for free >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 7)Seminars by Dr. Jacob Varkey, the club and Pre-Med student advisor, who has assisted 25/29 students since 1998 in gaining acceptance to medical school(89%), including top schools such as Stanford and John's Hopkins >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 8)Parties and other fun activities with friends and colleagues Humboldt State University Pre-Medical Association

About the Club

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Membership Qualifications

ALL HSU STUDENTS WHO HAVE AN INTEREST IN MEDICINE ARE WELCOME TO JOIN THE CLUB >>>>>>>>> -Representative Pre-Med students from HSU include future MD's, DO's, ND's, PA's, NP's, RN's, Public Health Officials, Medical Research Scientists, Midwives, Pharmacists, and Dentists(DDS's). >>>>>>>>>>>> -The association welcomes all dentistry students, with plenty of helpful information about dental school and what it takes to get there. >>>>>>>>>>>> -All members are encouraged to attend club meetings, with officers of the club being required to attend 90% of all meetings. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> -Beside an open, and curious outlook, anyone who attends meetings needs to be respectful of the club, and who is represented both on and off campus. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> -GPA is NOT a necessary qualification for this club, but academics is strongly suggested and discussed during meetings, with study skills techniques integrated where appropriate.

How to Join

If you wish to join the HSU Pre-Medical Association, please e-mail Jon at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). From there, it will be up to the new member to attend meetings and stay up-to-date with club activities. All necessary information will be provided via e-mail for membership, as well as mass e-mails regarding any new club information.

HSU Browncoats


HSU Browncoats is a fan club for Joss Whedon's TV show Firefly.

About the Club

Come talk nerdy to us at a club meeting. HSU Browncoats is a place to explore all things Whedon, from Firefly to Buffy comics to the Avengers. There is free Chinese food at every meeting!

Membership Qualifications

All fans of Firefly, Joss Whedon or any of his work are welcome.

How to Join

Drop by a meeting!

Waste Reduction and Resource Awareness Program (WRRAP)


WRRAP has 5 branches: Education/Outreach, Compost, Zero Waste, Reusable Office Supply Exchange (ROSE), and Take Back the Tap. Each of these branches specializes in one area of on campus and community sustainability. We are student run and staffed and always welcome volunteers, both student and community oriented. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Come visit the WRRAP office and ROSE in Warren House #53, and our compost demonstration site behind the KA Building!

Membership Qualifications

Interest and enthusiasm for environmental justice and action, and on campus and community sustainability initiatives.

How to Join

Come to a meeting! Or email us.

Student California Teachers Association, SCTA


About the Club

Student California Teachers Association (SCTA) consists of college students pursuing careers as educators. SCTA provides opportunities to address the broader aspects of education such as technological advances, governmental policies and issues, social issues and philosophical controversies.
Local chapters provide support with job interviewing skills, resume writing, classroom management, multicultural education and other vital concerns. Chapters also serve as a forum for advising students about the education programs provided at their institutions while providing opportunities to network with professional educators.
Regional SCTA conferences focus on developing members’ communication skills and leadership skills. These events allow members to meet students from neighboring schools to exchange ides and concerns.
Student California Teachers Association is the largest student organization in California with members on more than 70 campuses. It is led by an elected executive board of student members who provide publications, services and representation within the CTA. SCTA provides MANY benefits to their members including liability insurance and discounts on school supplies, travel, food, etc…

We are a club that is open to all! We want students to come in with questions and ideas about how to make this club a success. We volunteer within our community with things such as charity drives and elementary school fundraisers and we want to do more! If you know of an event coming up that we could help with, come on in and let us know. We also love to team up with other HSU clubs on campus, so if you are part of another club, come in and tell us about it.
We are very focused on helping each other. We can answer questions about classes, the credential program, teachers, and anything else you may want to know. We want to make our time here at HSU a success so that when we go off to become teacher’s, we are prepared!

Membership Qualifications

Everyone is welcome! Whether you are single subject, multiple subject, special education, etc. SCTA will help you with your teaching career!

How to Join

Contact us by email if you want more information about the club/meetings and we will be more than happy to help.We meet every Tuesday from 6-7pm in room 117 in Siemens Hall. Stop in to see if this is a club that you would like to be involved in.

Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan


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HSU Men's Crew


The HSU Men's Crew team provides a unique environment through the sport of rowing that allows male students from Humboldt State to compete competitively in the collegiate rowing conferences on the West Coast. The people on the team get in the best shape of their lives while making lasting binding friendships through the team-building experience rowing provides. 2010 WIRA Championships

About the Club

The HSU Men’s Crew team was founded in 1975. Since then we have helped bring the rowing world to the North Coast and Humboldt State, and throughout the years we have brought many gold medals home. The most recent was winning the Novice Lightweight 4 at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association championships in 2010. We race throughout the school year, with 1-2 Head Races in the fall and 5-6 Sprint Races March-April, racing across the West Coast. We work hard and are a competitive team, but we also have a lot of fun. Come check us out! If you aren’t sure if you have the time come out anyways. We often work around our team-members schedules so as many people as possible can participate. The team has about 25 active participants currently, giving us a lot of opportunities at races to compete competitively with larger teams.

Membership Qualifications

We are looking for students interested in athletics who are willing to work hard and be committed to the sport. There are no try-outs to participate, but we are seeking guys who are in reasonable physical shape. Girls 150lbs and under can also join to be coxswains for the team! No rowing experience is needed, and if you have rowing experience you’ll get the opportunity to race novice again!

How to Join

Show up to carpool at Library Circle at 5 and tell people you’re there to check out the team.

Painter's Anonymous


As a club, our goal is to spread art and beauty throughout the Humboldt State campus through the means of exploring different painting techniques! Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Any Humboldt State student with a special interest in painting may join Painter’s Anonymous!

How to Join

To join our club, attend one of our meetings! And if you would like to become an official member, you may do so by pledging to be an active member. This means that you will attend meetings and participate in our other activities.

Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans (SACNAS)


1. To further the work of, to improve the effectiveness of, and to enhance the public understanding of and the appreciation for Chicanos, Latinos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in science; 2. To cooperate with other individuals, organizations, clubs, and other groups whose purposes include the achievement of public understanding for Chicanos, Latinos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in the sciences; 3. To promote student recruitment and retention of Chicanos, Latinos, Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other underrepresented minorities in the science at Humboldt State University and to encourage students to further their educational aspirations; 4. To provide a forum for students from different science majors and science related majors to come together for academic, community service and social activities at Humboldt State University.

About the Club

This organization will be an affiliated chapter to the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS).

Membership Qualifications

Students pursuing degrees in the STEM field (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).

How to Join

Complete and return the HSU SACNAS and national SACNAS application to Maurine Nicholson at INRSEP.

KRFH - Radio Free Humboldt


Radio Free Humboldt is Humboldt State's student run radio station. Our goal is to provide students with real radio experience, while providing Humboldt State with a media outlet to reflect our unique campus. We stream online at "krfh.net":http://krfh.net and through many locations on campus. Radio Free Humboldt also serves as a resource for clubs on campus to advertise their events to the student population. KRFH's official logo

About the Club

By enrolling in JMC 155, students will recieve at least a one hour show, while students of JMC 355 will receive at least two hours per week. Additionally, students will gain experience in the departments of the radio station, doing anything from selling and creating advertisements, to recording live music, to publicizing the radio station.

Membership Qualifications

Enrollment in, or completion of JMC 154 (Radio Production) is required. Talk to Cliff Berkowitz for information about JMC 154 or possible adjournment.

How to Join

Enrollment in JMC 155 (KRFH Workshop) or 355 (Advanced KRFH Workshop).

KRFH - Radio Free Humboldt


Radio Free Humboldt is Humboldt State's student run radio station. Our goal is to provide students with real radio experience, while providing Humboldt State with a media outlet to reflect our unique campus. We stream online at "krfh.net":http://krfh.net and through many locations on campus. Radio Free Humboldt also serves as a resource for clubs on campus to advertise their events to the student population.

About the Club

By enrolling in JMC 155, students will recieve at least a one hour show, while students of JMC 355 will receive at least two hours per week. Additionally, students will gain experience in the departments of the radio station, doing anything from selling and creating advertisements, to recording live music, to publicizing the radio station.

Membership Qualifications

Enrollment in, or completion of JMC 154 (Radio Production) is required. Talk to Cliff Berkowitz for information about JMC 154.

How to Join

Enrollment in JMC 155 (KRFH Workshop) or 355 (Advanced KRFH Workshop).

Cru at Humboldt State University


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How to Join

¡CouRaGeouS!


¡CouRaGeouS! is the official club for the department of Critical Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (CRGS) at Humboldt State University!


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In any CRGS course, we learn much about theories for creating a more just world for all in the context of social justice. While knowing theory is an important asset for social justice, we recognize that transforming this theory into action is a valuable practice for creating a more just world.


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At ¡CouRaGeouS!, we participate in community and campus activism. Whether it be organizing a workshop or an event, volunteering, or teaming up with other campus clubs or community organizations—this is our time to be social activists! We also recognize that activism is not simply just organizing, it also takes the shape of taking a CRGS course (or courses!) and attending events.


And, most importantly, ¡CouRaGeouS! is a place to build community! We are a place for student activists to come together for support and understanding. ¡CouRaGeouS! is not only a place for activism, it is also a place to engage in active dialogue and to share our personal experiences.

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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

You must be a current student at HSU and if you’re a CRGS student, that’s awesome! But honestly, you don’t have to be a CRGS major or minor to be a member. Students (both CRGS and the like) with interest in CRGS issues—such as social justice, intersectional feminism, activism, community building—are all welcome to join us!

How to Join

Go to the Clubs & Activities website and click the link “register for a club.” While this does make you an official member, feel free to simply come to our meetings and join in! You are definitely not required to officially sign up online—we will welcome you into the club either way! smile

Sociogical Student Association


The Sociology Student Association (SSA) is an organization of Sociology undergraduate and graduate students who work together to plan film series, service projects, social action events and fun social events that provide an opportunity for the students to get to know each other and faculty in a more informal atmosphere. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Coming Soon.

Membership Qualifications

Anyone can join! The club is open to undergraduate/graduate sociology majors and minors as well as non-majors. If you are interested in joining the club we ask that you register for the club on the clubs and activities website. We also ask that you join a committee.

Committee Members Responsibilities
• Committee Members are required to attend at least 2 club events a semester (this does not include tabling for recruitment).
• Committee Members are also required to commit at least 4-6 hours a semester to help recruit, promote, or prep for club events.
• Are responsible for attending committee meetings.
• Reviewing and understanding the clubs and activities guide.

Committees
• Outreach/Events
• Professional Development
• Governance
• Social Action
• Fundraising

How to Join

Come to our meetings and see if you’d like to join us smile. Stop by the table in the quad on Wednesday’s from 11am-2pm. Also if you are interested in joining a committee, please contact the Chair Person via email. To join committees without assigned chairs, please contact the club president.

Geology


Geology Club is here to learn about Earth and its processes. FOP 2011

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Come to Founders Hall, Room 13 to learn more

Z Tester (Not Club)


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About the Club

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Membership Qualifications

How to Join

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Humboldt State Club Baseball


The purpose of the club baseball program is to Increase individual baseball skills as well as compete competitively in the NCBA.

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Humboldt State Women's Ultimate - Hags


The Hags are a unique group of individuals brought together by the spirit and fun embodied by Ultimate Frisbee. We combine our competitive work-ethic and our enthusiasm for frisbee fun into a boisterous "hag-hood" of spirit, hard work, ass-kicking, love. Hags spring 2011 - Stanford Open champs!

About the Club

The 2014-2015 Hags are underway, but it is not too late to join us! After a successful fall season, we have our sights set on several big-name tournaments for the Spring, where we will be the burly representatives for the northern-most CSU. Work hard, have fun, get burly! PLAY ULTIMATE!

Membership Qualifications

Open to all female HSU students, with a desire to be active, learn something new, or meet new people!

How to Join

Email us, or come check out one of our practices – we would love to show you what ultimate is all about and answer any questions you have!

Colleges Against Cancer


Colleges Against Cancer is a nationwide collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to eliminating cancer by initiating and supporting American Cancer Society programs in college communities. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

We do different events throughout the year regarding cancer awareness. Our biggest events are Relay for Life in April and The Great American Smokeout in November.

Membership Qualifications

Anyone who is interested in saving lives!

How to Join

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Wait for the Drop


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

HSU Student Climbers Coalition


The HSU Student Climbers’ Coalition (SCC) is a student-led rock climbing team and educational sports club at Humboldt State University in Arcata, California. Members of the team train together locally and compete in intercollegiate climbing competitions through the USA Collegiate Climbing Series (CCS). Our team was founded in 2009 with five original members and has grown to over thirty members since its inception.

About the Club

Practice Dates are as follows:
Monday 6pm-9pm at Far North Climbing Gym
Tuesdays 10am-12pm at the Student Rec. Center
Thursdays 9am-12pm at the Student Rec. Center

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Queer Student Union


A Fun and Safe Place for Queer Identified People and our Allies. We are a space for the queer community to be safe to talk about important things, play games, plan events, and talk about queer life on campus, as well as meet new friends and gain support. Our meetings and events are open to community members, but we are a student-focused organization. QSU Logo

About the Club

The first Thursday of every month is a check-in style group facilitated by a peer counselor, with people talking about recent occurrences, how they have been doing, or other events.

The third meeting of the month is a Potluck and Game Night! People bring food to share, and games to play, and good times are had.

Other meetings of the month are subject to change, and may range from planning events to safer sex education workshops to music! Who knows what fun things we have in store.

Membership Qualifications

Be queer-positive, and willing to help create and maintain a healthy queer community!

How to Join

Come to meetings.

Conservation Unlimited


We are Humboldt State University's Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society

About the Club

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Our goal is to provide students with opportunities to network and expand their field skills through workshops and weekly talks. Our weekly talks are every Tuesdays at 5pm in WFB 258, so feel free to come by to listen to faculty and your fellow students share their knowledge and experiences! You can also get your daily coffee fix at our coffee table every weekday from 7:30am-12pm where you can also find out about our events and sign up for workshops. Be sure to “like” us on Facebook to get all your Conservation Unlimited updates!

Current officers for the 2014-15 year:
Michael Kennedy, President, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Alexander (Sasha) Robinson, Vice President, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Gabrielle Ruso, Secretary, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Holly Clegg, Treasurer, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Dacota Huzzen, Education Coordinator, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Ali Ware, Activities Coordinator, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Darwin Mayhew, Western Section Representative, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Jane Wong, Conservation Officer, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Rebecca Watling, Coffee Table Manager, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Dustin Howland, Coffee Table Manager, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Membership Qualifications

Anyone can join!

How to Join

Student membership dues:

  • $10 for 1 year
  • $6 for 1 semester

Includes membership in CU and the California North Coast Chapter of The Wildlife Society. Eligibility for TWS grants and admission to mixers, BBQ’s, workshops, coffee table discounts, etc.

You can become a member and pay the membership fee at the coffee table in the lobby of the Wildlife and Fisheries Building any time from 7:30am-12pm, Monday-Friday.
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TRiO Alumni Association


As a Club at Humboldt State University, we believe it is important to help, guide, and mentor TRiO students currently enrolled in High School, while at the same time building relationships with the community as well as in our TRiO group. "TRIO began as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson's War on Poverty. The Educational Opportunity Act of 1964 established an experimental program known as Upward Bound. Then, in 1965, the Higher Education Act created Talent Search. Finally, another program, Special Services for Disadvantaged Students (later known as Student Support Services), was launched in 1968. Together, this “trio” of federally-funded programs encouraged access to higher education for low-income students."

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

If you are a student at HSU, who was once involved with Talent Search,AVID, Upward Bound, Gear Up, or any type of TRiO Program, you are the perfect candidate for our club.
We are NOT exclusive, however…. anyone may join!

How to Join

Email one of the following people, OR visit Nelson Hall East Room 203 to register.

Corinne Ingram
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Club President

Chelsey Jones
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Club Treasurer

Range and Soils


About the Club

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Come join us at one of our meettings!

Redwood Chapter of Environmental Educators and Interpreters


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Psychology Club


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Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Student Veterans Association


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Must be a student at Humboldt State University.
Veterans, dependents and supporters are welcome.

How to Join

http://www.humboldt.edu/forms/clubs

Click the link above, Login with your student ID, fill out the Form and sign up for Student Veterans Association. Click to agree to terms, and submit.

Solid Rock


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Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Humboldt State Archery


About the Club

Coach Neill O’Brien
President Dylan Inskeep
Vice President Erin McConnell
Treasurer Richard Kim
Travel Secretary Nathen Smith
Safety Officer Melissa Correra

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Logging Sports


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

HSU Intercollegiate Men's Ultimate


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

The HSU Men’s Intercollegiate Ultimate team is a part of HSU Rec Sports. Anyone is welcome to join. No experience is required.

How to Join

The Club is a 2 unit course, PE 323. You need to be enrolled in the course via Student Center. An additional online insurance form also must be completed. This can be accesses at http://humboldtsportclubs.dosportseasy.com/join.php?h=mdisc

Humboldt State Botany Club


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

Have a love for plants!

How to Join

Come to a meeting or get on the mailing list by sending us an email.

The Common Adventure Club!


Technically the Recreation Administration department's club, CAC acts as a social hub-bub for all things adventure! Open to everyone, it serves a meeting place for all people to create events and experiences together. Anybody who has passion for the outdoors and ambarking on various adventures is more than welcome. This is a great place to meet new people with common interests, and plan outdoor adventures together. We will participate in all sorts of activities: Including but not limited to hiking, backpacking, climbing, rafting, kayaking, picnics/bbq's...Have somethiong else in mind? Let us know! We are open to any and all suggestions for activities! Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Membership Qualifications

A sense of adventure! The desire to meet new people

How to Join

Show up to one of our events! Don’t hesitate to volunteer either! A hike guide, table, help at a fundraiser. Some require a fee, otherwise we just require your presence and enthusiasm!

Humboldt State University Pre-Veterinary Club


The HSU PreVet club aims to help all undergraduates achieve their goal of getting into veterinary school. We can help with applications, deciding where you want to go to vet school, and even have trips to vet schools.

About the Club

Recent Events

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HSU Pre-Vet club members at Arcata Scoop drawing the winning ticket to our fundraiser. We are proud to announce that we raised $100 towards our club!

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Pre-Vet club tabled at the December Crafts Fair. A few nice hand-made crafts and sweets were sold helping us reach our fundraising goals to visit a veterinary school.

Membership Qualifications

Members of the PreVet club should be motivated Humboldt State University students who have an interest in veterinary medicine or animals in general. Students of all grade levels and experience are welcome.

How to Join

If you wish to join, please come to one of the meetings, email us, or check us out on Facebook
If your schedule conflicts with meeting times, you may either follow the meeting minutes that are emailed out to club members, or follow our Facebook page.

Trio Alumni Association


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About the Club

Membership Qualifications

We used to require that our members have high school experience in these such groups….Upward bound, Talent Search, Gear Up, or Avid, But we have come to the conclusion that anyone who is interested in our mission, or has heard of/or is Inspired by Trio programs is always welcome here!

We have yet to turn a student down!

How to Join

We will be seen in the quad during most (if not all) tabling evenings. You may join there OR call us so we can meet you! You may also stop by our office, Nelson Hall East rm 203.

Greek Council


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About the Club

The Unified Greek Council acts as a judicial body for the greek organizations at Humboldt State University. Greek Council is comprised of the advisor, delegates from each organization and the executive board. The executive board consists of a Chair, Vice Chair, Administrative Chair, and the Sergeant of Arms.

Greek Council meetings are held every other Wednesday and are only open to greek members.

Membership Qualifications

To hold a position on Greek Council you must be a HSU student and a member of the greek community. Elections are held in the Spring for the following academic year.

How to Join

Fraternities and Sororities on Campus:

Beta Sigma Epsilon Fraternity
Chi Phi Fraternity
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority
Lambda Theta Alpha Sorority
Lambda Theta Phi Fraternity

To learn more about each organization, please view their weblink on the right side of this page.

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Brotherhood, fun, and opportunities.

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Organization:


We are a social fraternity, with a strong presence in the community and a commitment to academics. We offer opportunities to participate in intramural sports, sport days, hikes, fraternity dinners, video game competitions, and more. We work nationally with the Boys and Girls Club of America, and locally with the Humboldt Fish Action Council and the Arcata Sunrise Rotary Club. Finally, we offer scholarship opportunities exclusively to the members of Chi Phi.

Nationally we’ve been around since 1824, and locally since 1987. We have been continue to be one of the most active, inclusive, and dynamic Greek organizations on campus, so keep an eye out or give us a holler. For more information, visit the Epsilon Zeta Chapter website or the Chi Phi National website.

Hazing Policy:

The Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Chi Phi has a zero tolerance hazing policy. We define hazing as “Any such act by the fraternity or its individual members which causes or is likely to cause mental or physical danger or harm.”

Values:

Core Values: Truth, Honor, and Personal Integrity.

Operational Values: Friendship, Respect, Honesty, Responsibility, Commitment, and Personal Development.

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Membership Qualifications

Must identify as male, have a 2.0 GPA, and be a fun person. Additionally, to become a candidate for membership you must attend at least four rush week events hosted by Chi Phi.

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How to Join

CONTACT US!

Student Nursing Association


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How to Join

Wildlife Graduate Student Society


WiGSS provides a forum for the discussion of ideas and issues pertinent to the Wildlife graduate program at HSU, and serves as a resource for academic and local communities. We consider all classified graduate students of HSU's Wildlife Department as members of WiGSS, however, all students in the department are open to attend and participate in our functions. Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

For more information about our club, including our Ecology Lecture Series schedule, please visit: http://www.humboldt.edu/wigss/

Membership Qualifications

How to Join

Math Club (The Natural Loggers)


Have an interesting math problem you are working on? Just enjoy solving problems? Our goal is to learn about interesting mathematics. Do you want to know how a drum resonates? How about how waves propagate in water? Yes, a physics problem, but it is all mathematics to us! You don't need to be a mathematician to come.

About the Club

Join Us for various Math Club events!

Membership Qualifications

Math club is open to all. The only prerequisite is a love and excitement for mathematics.

How to Join

Just come every Tuesday at 3:00 pm to BSS 308, or contacting the math club if you can’t make the meetings to stay updated with the events.

Association of Environmental Professionals Humboldt State University Student Chapter


What we are all about: The Association of Environmental Professionals is not just another campus club, but a nationally recognized organization. It has state and regional chapters that support student chapters. The goal of the association is to provide a professional network for the advancement of its members. Reasons to Join: Annual Scholarships Internship Opportunities Professional networking Student CEQA Workshops Resume Writing and Professionalism Workshops Panel Discussions on Careers/ Hot Topics/ Local Issues Local Field Trips and Community Volunteer Opportunities Student Chapter Projects Club Photo Coming Soon

About the Club

Club Officers:
President: Jaymes Silveira
Vice President: Melissa Jump
Secretary: Dion Kucera
Treasurer: To be nominated

Membership Qualifications

Anyone is welcome to join AEP.
Diverse disciplines are essential in solving many environmental issues.

How to Join

If you are interested in joining:
You are welcome to attend any of our Tuesday meetings.
If you are interested in joining we will help you fill out the state registration and become a Student Chapter Member.
The annual membership fee is $20 for students and it provides you with a certificate of membership along with a copy of the current California Environmental Quality Act handbook.
If your major requires you to take EMP 425 than you get the text book for free for signing up.

Please feel free to get in touch with one of our officers for more information.

Meeting Information

Time: Every Tuesday 5:00PM to 6:00 PM COME ANY TIME!!!
Location: Studyroom 116 in the Library

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Humboldt State Social Work Network on Facebook

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Time: wednesday 5pm
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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Meeting Information

Time: First meeting: Tuesday February 10th in WFB 122 5:00
Location: Wildlife & Fisheries Building 122

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Facebook Page

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Time: Fridays 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Location: BSS 209

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Time: Wednesday: Every two weeks, 5pm
Location: The Depot

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Our College of Natural Resources Site
HSU’s Geospatial Curriculum
Facebook

Events

Mar 18 Club Meeting

Mar 04 Club Meeting

Meeting Information

Time: Typically Wednesdays (bi-weekly) 5:30pm
Location: FR 204B

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Time: th 5 pm
Location: Library 114

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Phone: (559) 974-8408

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In just over 150 years, the Bahá‘í Faith has become the second most widespread of the independent world religions. Embracing people from more than 2,100 ethnic, racial, and tribal groups, it is quite likely the most diverse organized body of people on the planet. Its unity challenges prevailing theories about human nature and the prospects for our common future. Bahá‘ís work towards the creation of an ever-advancing, sustainable world civilization, based on the following principles: the oneness of humanity, the equality of women and men, the elimination of all prejudices, universal education, the harmony between science and religion and the independent investigation of the truth.
Bahá‘ís believe that humanity, as a whole, has entered a new stage in its collective existence. Like an adolescent entering adulthood, new levels of accomplishment are now possible. Global undertakings, once considered impossible, can now be achieved. Such undertakings include the realization of world peace, the attainment of universal justice, and the furtherance of a harmonious balance between technology, development, human values and protection of the natural environment.
Today, our understanding of spirituality must embrace not only personal and group life, but also the collective progress of humanity as a whole. Indeed, it is only because the human race has at last entered on its stage of maturity that the old age prophecies of an era of peace and justice can now be achieved. The essential message of the Bahá‘í Faith is the call to unity; its audience, the entire world: “Let your vision be world-embracing,” Baha’u‘llah (the founder of the Bahai Faith) says, “rather than confined to your own self.”

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Meeting Information

Time: Thursdays 5 pm
Location: Library 114

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (559) 974-8408

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Meeting Information

Time: Tuesdays & Wednesdays; other days TBA. 7-9pm
Location: Lumberjack Arena

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: Stephen Trevitt, President (714-315-8465)

Places to find us on the Web

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Meeting Information

Time: Every Other Thursday (Feb 12, 26, March 12, 26, April 9, 23, May 7) 5 O'Clock
Location: Forestry 204A (upstairs)

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Meeting Information

Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Green and Gold Room @ 5:30-7pm Fridays in RWC 126 @ 3-4:30pm
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Meeting Information

Time: Wednesday 12pm
Location: NR210

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Time: TBA 2nd and 4th Thursday 6:30pm
Location: Recreation and Wellness Center

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

https://www.facebook.com/hsukinsclub

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Meeting Information

Time: Tuesday 11am West Gym, Friday 1pm Goodwin Forum
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Meeting Information

Time: Friday Weekly, 5:30 PM
Location: HGH 106

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Time: Friday 5:00pm
Location: Science D Room 5

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (760) 473-6762

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Meeting Information

Time: Monday 4pm
Location: Library 116

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracyathsu
Twitter: https://twitter.com/democracyhsu
Website: http://www.democracyathsu.weebly.com

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (707) 826-3551 (M-F 9-5 PDT)

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Facebook

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Meeting Information

Time: Sunday 1:00-3:00 The Events Field, Thursday 4:00-5:00 The Redwood Bowl
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Meeting Information

Time: Tuesday 5:00
Location: 1345 Union Street #A, Arcata CA 95521

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 707-616-0095

Places to find us on the Web

https://www.facebook.com/groups/UkirkHumboldt/

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Meeting Information

Time: Mondays @ 6:00PM
Location: Sci D 5

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

ERESA’s Facebook

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Time: we meet on Tuesday's and Sunday's for an hour each day Tuesday's at 7:00pm and Sunday's at noon
Location: members will be told where to meet

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Meeting Information

Time: Tuesdays 5pm
Location: Fire Ecology lab (Natural Resources building, room 222)

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Places to find us on the Web

http://www.facebook.com/FERNatHSU

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Meeting Information

Time: Mondays 6-7pm starting March 9th
Location: HGH 204

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (949) 330-0061

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Meeting Information

Time: Every other Friday 5:00PM
Location: Science B 133

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Facebook
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Meeting Information

Time: Tuesday and Thursday 8:00pm- 10:00pm Acro Play Time
Location: West Gym room 126

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Facebook.com/acroinarcata

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Time: TBA TBA
Location: TBA

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Meeting Information

Time: Every Friday Friday 4:30-5:30pm
Location: Siemens Hall 109

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Like us on Facebook!

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Meeting Information

Time: Mondays 5 PM- 6 PM
Location: BSS 310

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Like us on Facebook for updates on upcoming meetings!
https://www.facebook.com/groups/155618437971226/

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Meeting Information

Time: Sunday 4:30-6:30
Location: Seimans Hall 115

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facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hermanas.unidasdehumboldt?fref=ts

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Meeting Information

Time: Every Monday 6 pm
Location: Mad River Room

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Meeting Information

Time: Every other Monday 5pm
Location: FR 204b

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Events

Mar 26 DamNation!!!!

Mar 13 Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference!

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Meeting Information

Time: Thursday First Thursday of every month 11:00-12:00.
Location: BSS 402

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Meeting Information

Time: Every Other Monday 6pm
Location: South Lounge

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Phone: 707-9-HUMSFC

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Location: KBR

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 707-845-2897

Places to find us on the Web

https://www.facebook.com/HSUCSSA

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Meeting Information

Time: The 1st and 3rd Friday of the Month (with other events in between) 2pm
Location: Theatre Arts 17

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/232361533586735/

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https://www.facebook.com/sctahsu

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Time: TBA TBA
Location: TBA

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Club Email:
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Meeting Information

Time: Thursday 5:00pm -7:00pm
Location: Nelson Hall 113

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Club Email: Email Form
Phone: (707) 633-8480

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Our Facebook Site

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Sep 08 Bonfire at Mad River Beach

Sep 08 info and Pizza Night

Meeting Information

Time: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Location: Chabad Student Center - 453 Bayside Ct # E. Less than a mile from campus (For on campus meetings, see below)

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (707)633-8770

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Facebook Our full website

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Meeting Information

Time: Wednesday, Bi weekly starting 9/11/13 5:00 pm
Location: Siemens Hall 120

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Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Apr 02 Botanical Events

Meeting Information

Time: Friday 6:00pm-7:00pm
Location: FH 126- Harper Room

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Tuesday, Thursday 8pm-9:30pm
Location: West Gym 126

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (949)241-5740

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Meetings will be announced soon
Location:

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: TBA TBA
Location: TBA

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Sundays 4-6
Location: West Gym

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 408-386-1571

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Tuesdays 8:00 PM
Location: Siemens Hall 128

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: First & Third Wednesday of every month 6:30pm
Location: HGH 105

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Child Development Association

Events

Mar 05 CAEYC Conference 2015

Feb 20 Movie Night

Meeting Information

Time: Tuesdays and Fridays at 5pm
Location: West Gym

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

“Humboldt Circus, Clowns, Freaks and Fans”

Events

Nov 01 Kink With Out Borders

Oct 31 Kink With Out Borders

Oct 30 Kink With Out Borders

Meeting Information

Time: Thursdays 5:30 p.m.
Location: Varies

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

Oct 09 Club Meeting

Sep 05 Club Meeting

Meeting Information

Time: Every Sunday 6pm-8pm
Location: Gist Hall 2

Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

https://www.facebook.com/groups/147357485409094/

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: TBA TBA
Location: TBA

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Wednesday 6:00 p.m.
Location: Harry Griffith Hall, Room 117

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Like us on Facebook
Join our Facebook group

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Thursdays 6-7pm
Location: Siemens Hall 110

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (707) 826-4162

Places to find us on the Web

facebook.com/WRRAP

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Monday 7pm-8pm
Location: Harry Griffith Hall Room 117

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

SCTA HSU Facebook

Events

May 03 SCTA Teacher Mixer

Meeting Information

Time: Monday 6:30 pm
Location: S.H. 110

Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

http://www.facebook.com/mecha.dehumboldtstate

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Practice is M-F Everyday during the school year, 5-7:30 PM
Location: We meet Library Circle, Humboldt State University to carpool at 5. Practice is at the boathouse in Eureka.

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 707-616-3985

Places to find us on the Web

HSU Men’s Crew

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Date: Thursday Time: 6:30
Location: Location: Art Room 102 (Location may vary)

Contact Info

Club Email: Contact: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Friday 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: INRSEP, Walter Warren House #38 • 1 Harpst St., Arcata, CA 95521

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 707-826-4998

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Tuesday 5 PM until about 7.
Location: Science B

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 707-826-6077

Places to find us on the Web

Offical website
Facebook
Local Lixx Facebook
RadioFlag

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Tuesday 5 PM until about 7.
Location: Science B

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 707-826-6077

Places to find us on the Web

Offical website
Facebook
Local Lixx Facebook
RadioFlag

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Location: Our meeting time varies. Please check out our facebook page for information!

Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

http://www.facebook.com/groups/CCCatHSU/

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Fridays 2:00pm
Location: Nelson Hall East 113

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/courageoushsu
CRGS Department website: http://www.humboldt.edu/crgs/

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Fall 2013- We meet on Fridays of every week. Fall 2013: Meetings are held at 1-2PM (If you can't make the meeting, feel free to e-mail me)
Location: Fall 2013: Meet at BSS 402

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Follow us on:
facebook.com/HSU.SSA
twitter: @hsusocclub

Events

Feb 28 Criminal Justice Dialogue

Meeting Information

Time: Wednesday March 21, 6pm
Location: Founders Hall, Room 13

Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

Department Website

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: No meetings Never
Location: Nowhere

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

Feb 26 ╰ ☆ ╮ Club Info Night ╰ ☆ ╮

Feb 05 ⊱✿Spring Clubs Fair ✿⊰

Meeting Information

Time:
Location:

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (970) 274-8840

Places to find us on the Web

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Humboldt-State-Club-Baseball/264122609219

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: <b> Monday 8-10pm, Wednesday 6-8pm, Sunday 2-5pm
Location: Redwood Bowl Field

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Monday 6pm
Location: Nelson hall 116

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time:
Location:

Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

Events

Sep 19 ╰ ☆ ╮  Club Email & Webspace Workshop ╰ ☆ ╮

Meeting Information

Time: <b> Wednesday and Thursday 6pm
Location: <b> West Gym

Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Thursday Every Week at 7 p.m.
Location: Vine Deloria Room, in the Multicultural Center

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Queer-Student-Union-of-Humboldt-State-University/194625563938305

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Talks on Tuesdays 5pm
Location: WFB 230

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)image

Places to find us on the Web

Visit our Facebook page!

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Two Thursday's out of each Month (Will Reschedule) TBA
Location: Nelson Hall East Room 203

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 707-826-3558

Places to find us on the Web

“TRiO Alumni Association HSUhttp://www.facebook.com/pages/TRiO-Alumni-Association/264024616970297?sk=info

“The Voice For College Opportunity” http://www.coenet.us/ecm/AM/Template.cfm?Section=What_is_TRIO&Template;=/CM/HTMLDisplay.cfm&ContentID=9193

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: email us to get info on our next meeting.
Location:

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

facebook

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Friday 12-1pm Weekly
Location: NR 210

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: 7 PM on 9/15, 10/20, 11/17
Location: BSS 204

Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Friday 3:00 pm
Location: Lower Library room 22

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook

Events

Feb 12 VETS AND VALENTINES

Meeting Information

Time: Thursdays 7pm
Location: Arcata First Baptist Church

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (707)-520-4368

Places to find us on the Web

https://www.facebook.com/SolidRock.Humboldt

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Thursday 7:00 to 9:00pm and Saturday 2:00 to 5:00 pm
Location: SRC Feild House

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

US Collegiate Archery
Alternative Sporting Services
Lancaster Archery Supply
Humboldt Archers

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Every other Wednesday 5:30 pm
Location: FOR 204B

Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: <b> Tuesday 8-10, Thursday 6-10pm, Sunday 11-2pm
Location: <b> Redwood Bowl

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Wednesday, Bi weekly starting 9/11/13 5:00 pm
Location: Siemens Hall 120

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Fridays 5:00 pm
Location: NHE_113 (Nelson Hall East)

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Fridays at 5pm
Location: SH 108

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

HSU PreVet Club’s Facebook Page

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Times, Meeting locations, and activities are TBA
Location:

Contact Info

Club Email:
Phone: 707-826-3558

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Wednesdays 11:00am
Location: Nelson Hall East 113

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (707) 826-6012

Places to find us on the Web

Chi Phi: http://www.facebook.com/chiphiez?ref=ts

Beta Sigma Epsilon: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Beta-Sigma-Epsilon-HSU-Delta-Chapter/100906813298977

Delta Phi Epsilon: https://www.facebook.com/sisters.always

Gamma Alpha Omega: http://www.facebook.com/people/Pi-Chapter/100002867041755

Lambda Theta Alpha: https://www.facebook.com/lambdaladiesathsu

Lambda Theta Phi: http://www.lambda1975.org/Home.aspx

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Thursdays 7:30pm
Location: Various

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 310.650.3671

Places to find us on the Web

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Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time:
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Contact Info

Club Email:

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook

Events

No events are scheduled

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Time:
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Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Tuesday 4pm
Location: BSS 302

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Facebook

Events

No events are scheduled

Meeting Information

Time: Club meets: Tuesday 6 - 7 pm
Location: NH 113

Contact Info

Club Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Places to find us on the Web

Links
CA AEP Website
National AEP Website

Events

No events are scheduled