Clubs and Organizations Directory
How to use Directory:
1) You may search for a club either by:
- "ALPHA" (Listings from A to Z), or
- "KEYWORD" (withing the name or description of the club/organization), or
- "CATEGORY" (College Based Community Service, Cultural, Fraternity/Sorority, Honor Society, Political, Recreation/Sport, Religious, Special Interest and University Program)
2) CONTACT - When you find a club/organization you like, contact them by clicking on the "Contact this club" button
Bachelor of Science Nursing Student Association (BSNSA)
Bachelor of Science Nursing Student Association strives to promote and encourage the recruitment of new students into the CSUN Nursing program by providing an avenue of networking and career development for CSUN nursing students.
Baha’i Association @ CSUN
The purpose of this association shall be to further the tenets of the Bahá’í Faith, to invite those interested to investigate the Faith for themselves; to promote the unity of mankind; and to foster understanding, love and fellowship on this campus by sponsoring such things as lectures, information tables, service projects, discussions, informal gatherings, social activities and public meetings. This association shall not endorse any partisan or political group on a campus level or otherwise.
The Ballet Folklorico Aztlán de CSUN is a dance organization whose focus is on promoting the rich cultural background of the Mexican community while teaching its participants the wide variety of regional dances which exist in Mexico.
The Ballroom Dance Club promotes the knowledge of dance, club programs, and activities as to advance the general interest and welfare of Ballroom Dance in the community.
Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Honors Fraternity
Beta Alpha Psi Accounting Honors Fraternity strives to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the field of accounting.
Beta Gamma Nu promotes educational, cultural, philanthropic, and social awareness among students.
The Bicycle Club at California State University Northridge is committed to the activities of recreation, adventure-travel, bicycle advocacy and community redevelopment. The club encourages members to discuss and promote the building of bike trails and bike paths, urban planning, the advocacy of bicycle infrastructure and any and all issues which club members may wish to discuss and participate in as it relates to the use of bicycles in the community.
This organization serves to promote education and mentoring to children living in homeless shelters by pairing them up with members, or big buddies, of our club to work one on one with them in specific school subjects. Our organization will also hold activities for the children at the participating homeless shelters during visits. Our organization believes that by helping these children in need, we can help children build the stepping stones needed to reach their goals.
The purpose of this club is to present an opportunity for members to expand their knowledge about Biology and health related fields through closer student-faculty relations, having professional speakers that present and answer student questions.
Biology, Ecology, and Evolution Reading Club
The Biology, Ecology, and Evolution Reading Club strives to help students develop critical thinking and reading skills, while becoming more familiar with the literature in ecology and evolution.
Black Medical Association (BMA)
The Black Medical Association (BMA) is designed to gather those are interested in any career within the medical field, such as pharmacy, medical, dental, veterinary, etc. We provide students with a forum to share their knowledge/expertise regarding any advice, shadowing opportunities, and networks to club members to reach their career goal.
The directive of the Black Student Union shall be to remain creative, diligent and proactive in all matters affecting Black students, while strongly promoting and aiding the academic excellence of its members.
Buddhists for World Peace
Buddhists for World Peace strives to become more involved in the community by sponsoring college activities, including topics such as environmental awareness, cultural diversity, Victory Over Violence and Introduction to Buddhism.
The CSUN Basketball Club strives to advance the sport of college basketball and foster collegiate competition while maintaining the spirit of the game through athletic achievement and sportsmanship.
CSUN Black Graduation Club
CSUN Black Graduation Club strives to provide a support and outreach for graduating seniors of African-American/ Black heritage and any who may affiliate with Article I.
CSUN Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Alliance of CSUN (LGBTA)
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Alliance (LGBTA) of CSUN provides a safe, supportive, and nonjudgmental atmosphere upon which members of the CSUN community can dedicate themselves to the political, cultural, educational, and social advancement of campus life.
Latino Business Association (LBA)
The Latino Business Association is a student organization established to provide financial assistance through their annual scholarship drive and assure academic advancement while in the university.
Marine Biology Graduate Student Association (MBGSA)
The Marine Biology Graduate Student Association strives to enrich the academic lives of CSUN marine biology graduate students by supporting lectures, student travel to academic conferences, student seminars, student and faculty retreats, and other professional events.
The purpose of forming this organization is to unite the students of the CSUN community together with a common interest, build and shape skills, and to compete with other universities and colleges.
The purpose of this organization is to promote school spirit and provide entertainment at CSUN athletic events.
The reason for forming this club is to bring students together who have a common interest in baseball to play competitively in the National Club Baseball Association.
The Matador Boxing Team encourages CSUN students to participate in a social/competitive environment and to be active in a sport and uphold the high standards of CSUN sports club programs.
NABJ-Student Association of Black Communicators
We, the members of the (NABJ)-Student Association of Black Communicators at California State University, Northridge, believing that students working toward degrees in journalism and related fields of communications at CSUN should work together under the auspice of the NABJ in the education of its members. The organization shall enhance the skills and job preparation of its members; provide a vehicle for interchange of ideas, and exchange of information between and among black students studying related fields of communications and professional studies.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
The National Society of Black Engineers, as a national student and professional based organization, does hereby dedicate itself to the development of intensive programs for increasing Black and other ethnic minority participation in the field of engineering and engineering technology. These programs will be initiated both within and outside the university community and will serve to strengthen relations between professional industry and the black community. Members of this organization are encouraged to join and participate in their individual professional societies. This organization will endeavor to provide general counseling to all members.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity
Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity
Sigma Lambda Beta -Kappa Gamma Chapter promotes the ideals of brotherhood, education and cultural awareness and strives to create a respectable image for all members of the organization.
The purpose of Slop Billiard Club is to teach and refine student’s skills in billiards. To allow students interested in finding a new hobby to experience and learn proper techniques. Lastly, provide a competitive environment such as playing in-house tournaments, other colleges, and in leagues.
The purpose of The Blues Project is to be a peer education program that is non-discriminatory (as stated in Article III, section 2) and educate the university community about suicide and depression, emphasizing prevention and early intervention.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc, Omega Kappa Chapter
Zeta Phi Beta was founded on the principles of Scholarship, Service, Sisterly Love, and Finer Womanhood and the precepts that "elitism and socializing had overshadowed the real mission of sororities-to address and correct the problems of society, particularly, those plaguing the African-American community.