Student Organizations

Sociology/CHS Club

Students collecting holiday gifts

The Sociology/CHS Club is an undergraduate student organization chartered in 1993 by the ASUA and supported by the School of Sociology. It was intended by its founders to improve the experiences of sociology majors during their undergraduate years at the University of Arizona.

The Club offers a variety of opportunities to participate in the affairs of the School, to meet other majors, and to influence the quality of one's own education. The School is enthusiastic about the possibilities the Club holds for enhancing the social, political, and intellectual activities of sociology majors and minors, so please check your University email regularly.

For more information or to join the club please send an email to:

Alpha Kappa Delta Honorary Society

Alpha Kappa Delta is the National Sociology Honorary Society dedicated to the promotion of the study of sociology, research on social problems, and other social and intellectual activities that lead to improvement in the human condition. The AKD Chapter at the University of Arizona was founded in 1954. The Society (administered through the Chapter) provides opportunities for qualified students to participate in regional and national sociology conferences.  Many regular Chapter activities are held in conjunction with the Sociology Club. Eligibility for membership in the Society includes being an officially declared sociology major, the attainment of at least junior standing, the completion of at least four regular courses in sociology prior to initiation, and the maintenance of a minimum 3.3 grade point average (GPA) in sociology courses.