Getting Involved on Campus
At AJU's College of Arts & Sciences, you create your own experience. Extracurricular activities, clubs and both academic and non-academic organizations are created and sustained by students and faculty. Together, we build our community, giving each individual the chance to engage, collaborate and have their voices heard.
Future Healthcare Student Union
F.H.S.U. is the club for Biology and Bio-Ethics majors. The club supports students through their preceptorships and hosts community service events such as an annual blood drive, speakers, and other events. A major focus of the club is helping students prepare for future careers in the healthcare field.
The Psychology Club is active in AJU themed week such as Wellness Week and Red Ribbon Week. Additionally, the Psychology Club plans relaxation events around finals.
The Politics and Global studies club named after the Jewish philosopher Baruch Spinoza plans a variety of politically oriented events from speakers, to presidential debate pizza nights, to election information sessions.
The J-Life Club is the academic club associated with the Jewish Studies major but its membership has always extended across the majors offered at AJU. The J-Life Club plans programs around Jewish holidays, hosts monthly themed Shabbats, and has events related to Israel advocacy and culture.
Real Estate and Business Club
The Real Estate and Business Club hosts a variety of events such as speakers (on topics such as personal finance, investment, and time management). They also attend high end open houses in the area.
Media Arts Club
The Media Arts Club hosts Open Mic Nights every semester and takes advantage of AJU’s location in Los Angeles to attend media related events in the LA area.
Women’s Empowerment Club
The Women’s Empowerment Club hosts speakers on women’s related issues and also creates conscious raising forums.
Disney and Desserts
Disney and Desserts club hosts weekly movie nights that include a Disney movie and a corresponding dessert. They also host additional Disney themed events throughout the semester such as Disney trivia.
The Environmental Club hosts speakers on environmental issues and works on community oriented environmental programming. A current focus is developing a compost program at AJU.
The Music Club hosts a variety of music related programming from jam sessions to attending music related events in the LA area.
Interested in starting a new club? It’s easy at AJU - just contact the Office of Student Life.