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
4Humanities@CSUN, Center of Digital Humanities
The 4Humanities Collective is an international organization that “provides an online platform for humanities advocacy,” reporting on the value of humanities scholarship by publishing materials such as “advocacy statements and campaigns, […] news about the crisis of the humanities in society,” and current humanities scholarship showcased in creative formats.
Associated Graduate Students of History of CSUN (AGSH)
The Associated Graduate Students of History is an organization that promotes education, academic and social community, as well as professional networking between students, faculty, and alumni interested in the field of history at California State University, Northridge.
Business Honors Association (BHA)
The Business Honors Association strives to create a professional and social network for students accepted into the Business Honors Program.
Campuses Organized & United for Good Health, Northridge (COUGH)
The Mission of Campus Organized and United for Good Health, Northridge is to promote a safe and healthy environment for students, faculty, staff, and the general public on the CSUN campus by reducing the health risks associated with tobacco smoke. Through student leadership, Campus Organized and United for Good Health, Northridge promotes good health and improved quality of life by advocating social norms that support a smoke-free campus.
CSUN California Health Professional Student Alliance
CaHPSA aims to cultivate leadership and advocacy skills among health professional students to effect change in the health care system, primarily through grassroots efforts, education and chapter growth, in support of comprehensive, publicly-financed, privately-delivered guaranteed healthcare for all Californians.
CSUN Helpline exists as a student organization and non-profit community volunteer organization under the guidance of University Counseling Services (UCS) for the purpose of serving the community, its trainees and volunteers.
CSUN Hillel provides a forum for the exploration and enjoyment of the Jewish heritage in all its dimension by creating a meaningful Jewish community on campus.
The CSUN Hip Hop Team promotes unity and personal development through diversity, teamwork, leadership, and dance.
CSUN Roller Hockey strives to advance the sport of college roller hockey and foster collegiate roller hockey competition while maintaining the spirit of the game through athletic achievement and sportsmanship.
Dreams to be Heard strives to provide a support system for AB-540 or any students who are struggling to reach their higher educational goals and to educate students and faculty about the AB-540 legislation.
Environmental and Occupational Health Student Association (EOSHA)
The Environmental and Occupational Health Student Association strives to establish channels of communication between members and encourages the exchange of ideas, job experience, job referral, and the mutual improvement of the discipline.
The club’s purpose is to unite students who belong to the GE Honors Program in order to seek support among each other, broaden their knowledge about the program, and contribute to the GE Honors community.
The Hope Fellowship strives to live out the word of God in a manner that not only reaches the lost but also demonstrates, to the world, the body of Christ operating in unity, diversity, and integrity.
Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical Christian housing ministry that seeks to eliminate poverty housing from the world and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.
Harambee Student Association
The Harambee Student Association seeks to ensure the equal distribution of resources during a time of limited resources.
Health Administration Student Association (HASA)
The Health Administration Student Association strives to be an organization that assists students in matters relating to the curriculum, filed experience, career placement, orientation of new students and provides social and professional extracurricular activities for its members.
The Health Education Student Organization promotes interaction among students, faculty, and leaders in Health Education and Healthcare.
Hermanas Unidas de California State University, Northridge (HaU)
Hermanas Unidas de CSUN strives 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, academics, community service, and social events.
To create an opportunity for members to learn about the Hip Hop culture, share ideas, build friendships, network, prepare for any entertainment driven aspirations, and continue the legacy of the different elements and facets of Hip Hop culture. To create an organization that brings together different races, genders, and backgrounds under one umbrella thru the Hip Hop culture.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School Chapter
It is the purpose of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (“IHI”) Open School Chapter to enable California State University, Northridge (“CSUN”) students, alumni, faculty, and professionals of other disciplines to develop skills, knowledge, and an eagerness for healthcare improvement through interdepartmental gatherings, networking, educational meetings, and activities.
Master of Public Health Student Association (MPHSA)
The Master of Public Health Student Association seeks to guide, support, and empower students enrolled in the Master of Public Health (MPH) program to achieve their academic and professional goals.
Northridge Ice Hockey Team
The team is currently participating on a regional and national level within two organizations. The regional affiliate that we are associated with is the Pacific Colligate Hockey Association (PCHA). The national affiliate that we are associated with is the American Colligate Hockey Association (ACHA).
Peer Health Exchange trains college volunteers to teach health education in public high school students that lack health education. We exist due to our volunteers shared vision of a healthier future and in teaching students the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions.
The purpose of this chapter of Phi Alpha shall be:
A. To recognize and promote scholastic achievement among students and faculty involved in the graduate social work program at California State University, Northridge.
B. To recognize, improve and further the goals of social work in the community, state, nation and world.
C. To stimulate interest in preparation for a career in social work.
D. To encourage continued study and research at the graduate level and in professional practice.
E. To recognize those professional social workers and others whose service, contributions and leadership are held in esteem.
Residence Hall Association (RHA)
The Residence Hall Association (RHA) of CSUN, represent the needs and concerns of all students living in the University Park Apartments (UPA); to advocate for residents’ needs, maintain communication between the residents and the Department of Residential Life, and to provide a forum for information and discussion to help build community among each resident in the UPA.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers encourages scientists and mathematicians within a body of technical disciplines to creates valuable relations with all academic fields, and encourage participation in the Latino culture.
Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
The Student Health Advisory Committee recommends scope of service, hours of operation, fee-for-service charges, mandatory fee levels, annual budgeting, and serve as the formal contact between the Student Health Committee and the CSUN student body.
Student Organization for a Holistic-approach to Health and Leadership
The purpose of this organization is to help cultivate student leaders and raise student awareness of preventative healthcare, integrative medicine and holistic wellness. Preventative healthcare focuses on diet, exercise, stress-reduction, and self-care; integrative medicine is a combination of conventional medicine and other alternative practices, such as acupuncture, herbal remedies, massage therapy, yoga etc; and holistic wellness is an approach to health that focuses on the interconnectedness of biological, psychological, and social health factors. On top of educating students and promoting the above mentioned health-practices, our goal is to organize events in which students can actively participate in fun, engaging and health-benefiting activities. Furthermore, we will provide networking and internship opportunities which coincide with the organization’s core values.