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Beef up your resume by joining a club based on your major. We've got a club for everything from accounting to history to biology.
Maybe you'll get an invitation from one of Susquehanna University's many honor societies! We had 22 international and national honor societies at last count.
More Academic Interest Clubs
Accounting Club—Explore your interest in accounting and learn about the wide range of available accounting careers.
Biology Club—Gain educational experiences and interact with other biology students outside the classroom.
Chemistry Club—Educational field trips, lectures, presentations and tutoring to students studying chemistry.
Economics Club—Connect with students who share an interest in economics. Collaborate on projects and connect with faculty and alumni.
Enactus—Use the principles of free market economics to educate and improve the lives of others.
Finance Club—Learn about the stock market, making good investment choices and investment strategies.
French Club—Promote French culture on campus through various activities, fundraisers and cultural events.
Geo Club—Participate in outdoor and earth science-based activities.
German Club—Discuss german language and culture.
History Club—A place for historical inquiry and sharing an interest in history with other students.
Human Resource Management Club—Foster an awareness and understanding of human resource professions.
Italian Club—Promote Italian holidays and important dates in history, as well as interesting aspects of Italian culture.
Literature Club—Foster a greater knowledge of and appreciation for the literary language.
Marketing Club—Gain knowledge and practice techniques in the areas of marketing and advertising.
Mathematics Club—Appreciate advancements being made in mathematics.
Neuroscience Club—Gain a general understanding and increase awareness in the expanding field of neuroscience and of mental health and other neurological complications.
Pre-Health Professionals Club—Build awareness of wellness and healthy living and learn about opportunities in health-related fields.
Pre-Law Society—Learn about the law school process and various legal career options.
Psychology Club—Make connections with other students interested in psychology.
Society of Physics Students—Promotes unity among physics majors and minors and those who have an interest in physics.
Sociology and Anthropology Club—Gather to discuss current and past issues pertinent to the study of culture and society.
Alpha Epsilon Rho—a national broadcasting honor society.
Alpha Lambda Delta—a national honor society that recognizes first-year students with outstanding records.
Alpha Psi Omega—a national honor society for those meeting high standards in drama.
Beta Beta Beta—a national biology honor society seeking to stimulate scholarship, dissemination of scientific knowledge and promotion of biological research.
Beta Gamma Sigma—the honor society for collegiate schools of business.
Gamma Sigma Epsilon—a national chemistry honor society.
Kappa Delta Pi—an international honor society in education.
Kappa Mu Epsilon—a national mathematics honor society.
Lambda Pi Eta—the official honor society of the National Communication Association (NCA).
Omicron Delta Epsilon—a national honor society in economics.
Omicron Delta Kappa—the national leadership honor society for juniors and seniors that recognizes and encourages superior scholarship, leadership and exemplary character.
Order of Omega—a national Greek honor society founded to recognize those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities.
Phi Alpha Theta—an international history honor society.
Phi Sigma Iota—an international foreign language society that recognizes academic achievement in foreign language, literature and culture.
Pi Delta Phi—a national French honor society organized to foster scholarship in the study of the French language, arts and culture.
Pi Gamma Mu—a national honor society established to encourage and reward interest in the social sciences.
Pi Sigma Alpha—a national political science honorary organization.
Presidential Fellows—each year, approximately 20 sophomores are selected to be Presidential Fellows. During the academic year, the fellows participate in at least three major activities during which they interact with Susquehanna President Jonathan D. Green and his wife, Ms. Lynn Buck, and selected faculty and staff.
Psi Chi—a national psychology honor society established to advance the science of psychology and encourage scholarship in all academic fields.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon—a national earth sciences honor society that promotes scholastic and scientific advancement.
Sigma Pi Sigma—the national physics honor society.
Sigma Tau Delta—a national English honor society organized to promote respect for the study of the English language and literature.
Society of Physics Students—work with faculty and students outside the classroom to engage in discussions and activities around physics.
Theta Alpha Kappa—the national honor society for Religious Studies and Theology.