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
The primary purpose of this Fraternity will be to maintain, support, foster, and encourage the importance of Academic excellence within University standards for all its brothers.
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.
C.A.P.T.U.R.E.D Research Group
The C.A.P.T.U.R.E.D. groupís principle goal is to give students an opportunity to explore social issues, and to bring awareness to topics that are often overlooked or misconstrued in our society. Through our research, programming, writing and documentaries, we plan to educate and inform individuals about the issues that have been affecting many of us throughout our lives, but have never really been brought into the open
and discussed in depth. We want to give people a chance to tell their stories and express themselves about topics relevant to them. A
significant goal of the group is to capture oral histories and document them so that they may not be forgotten. Whether to inspire change,
educate, or enlighten the masses, C.A.P.T.U.R.E.D produces real world issues from a universal standpoint. Encouraging shifts in perspective is a
huge objective with C.A.P.T.U.R.E.D., and in order to promote change, spreading awareness is essential. The art of non-fiction storytelling and
writing articles for publication is C.A.P.T.U.R.E.D.ís main means of heightening consciousness, and promoting civic engagement.
CSUN Medieval and Renaissance Society (MARS)
The Medieval and Renaissance Society strives to recreate the Middle Ages and the Renaissance eras by promoting historical dancing, music, costuming, and handcrafts for educational purposes.
The purpose of the Mobile Robot Club is to promote robotics and innovative technology within the community and the university itself. This is facilitated through the design and assembly of a fully autonomous robotic vehicle that can negotiate a course with obstacles and perform tasks assigned to it. The goals of this organization are to foster ties between young engineers and the organizations developing unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) technologies. Furthermore the organization would like to welcome any interested students and provide them with a means of exploring cutting-edge technology. In doing so the organization intends to improve state-of-the-art robotics technology by challenging a new world-wide generation of engineers and participants.
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.
The purpose of this club will be to enrich the cultural understanding of and appreciation for the classical and modern Russian culture of its members.
The CSUN Womenís Rugby Interest Group provides students with an opportunity to become better teammates, develop athletic skill and individual growth through non-contact practice (i.e. running plays, catching positioning, etc.)
Gamma Chi Rho Brotherhood
The fraternity will offer a liaison between a business and a social organization. Its primary purpose will be to allow young males to socially network among their profession or major in effort to benefit their future career, as well as gaining the social and fraternal experience of both brotherhood and Greek life. We are primarily about honesty, respect, and quality over quantity. Honesty is key; the brotherhood will be given weekly summaries of financial statements, as well as internal and external business. Respect is vital; no brother is above another. Brothers are all treated equally, and no brother shall be forced to do anything against their will. Quality over quantity is essential; every brother will be carefully selected and invited into the fraternity. We are here to further our education and create a better future for our members, and this organization shall help shape and form young gentlemen into leaders of society.
Gamma Rho Lambda Sorority
In order to bridge the communication gap between the LGBTA community and the greater local community by promoting a forum for queer and progressive womenís issues,
The goals of the Gamma Rho Lambda Colony are to provide a forum for queer womenís issues while supporting the personal and scholastic well being of its members and breakdown the hetero-normative paradigm intrinsic within Greek Life by establishing a colony of the social sorority Gamma Rho Lambda at CSUN.
At such time, the goal of the GRL colony will be to transition from colony to chapter.
Phi Lambda Rho Sorority (FLR)
Phi Lambda Rho Sorority is an organization which purpose is to promote the culture of the Chicana/Latina, encourage academics, community service and sisterhood.
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
The Public Relations Student Society of America encourages the understanding of current theories and procedures in the practice of public relations and provides students with the opportunity to become acquainted with their peers and professional practitioners.
Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA)
RTDNA is the world's largest professional organization that broadcasts news while supporting journalism activity throughout the world. RTDNA is made up of more than 3,000 news directors, news associates, educators and students. Founded as a grassroots organization in 1946, its purpose was to set standards for gathering and reporting news. Although news techniques and technologies have changed since its founding, RTDNA's commitment to excellence in the journalism industry remains the same.
Radiologic Technology Student Association
The Radiologic Technology Student Association strives to promote an interest in the research and study of radiology while encouraging a professional spirit among those in the organization.
Rejoyce in Jesus Campus Fellowship
The ReJOYce in Jesus Campus Fellowship promotes the teachings of Jesus Christ according to the Holy Bible in instructional studies, on-campus activities, and services to the CSUN campus community.
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 residentsí 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.
Student Environmental Research via Engineering (SERVE)
The objective and the goal of this club is to raise awareness of current environmental issues and to promote research opportunities that can lead to a more sustainable future. Students from the engineering department will take lead on selecting research topics; however, each team can consist of students from all disciplines of study.
Tau Omega Rho strives to unite students for a stronger sense of involvement within the CSUN community. They emphasize the involvement in student government, working on campus, and having a strong social friendship and network involving other students on campus.
The purpose of the VEX Robotics club is to establish a team competing in the college level VEX Robotics Competition representing California State University, Northridge.
Vocal Percussion Radio strives to entertain audiences through the arts and promote general interest in music and student involvement at CSUN by means of music sung in the style of a cappella.
Women's Resource and Research Center
The Women's Resource and Research Center strives to bring a diverse and open atmosphere regarding women's issues to the CSUN campus, while improving women's access to university education, and working towards equitable treatment of women and men in society.