Below are some examples of student clubs offered at various Strayer University campuses. All clubs may not be offered at every location. Check with your local Campus Dean or Associate Campus Dean for information specific to your campus.
Accounting Club: The Accounting Club is organized to represent the academic, social, and vocational interests of those students pursuing careers in accounting.
American Society for Public Administration (ASPA): The Strayer chapter of ASPA is open to MPA students and alumni and MBA students majoring in Public Administration and sponsors speakers, holds networking events and promotes the value of public service as a profession.
Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP): The Strayer University chapter of AITP is an organization which sponsors guest speakers from the information technology field, field trips to local IT environments, and social events. Any student who has an interest in data processing may join the AITP. Advantages that are available to members include a subscription to the Association’s magazine, assistance with job placement, and valuable contacts with local businesses. Membership information can be found at http://www.aitp.org.
Business Administration Club: The Business Administration Club encourages high scholarship, character, fellowship, and leadership development among the University’s business administration majors. In addition to social events, the club encourages and sponsors community service activities.
Criminal Justice Society: The purpose of the Criminal Justice Society is to provide avenues to students who have a passion for criminal justice to explore the many opportunities available in this exciting area of study through a variety of programs and activities.
Economics Club: The Economics Club is composed of students in the undergraduate economics program or with a special interest in economics.
International Business Club: Members of the International Business Club seek to understand cultural diversity, make a positive impact on the community, and network with employees of international business corporations.
International Club: The International Club promotes friendship between American and international students at the University, bringing them together for discussions, tours, and other activities. Since there are more than 110 countries represented at Strayer University, membership affords students a broader understanding of the cultural and political similarities and differences among countries and a more comprehensive picture of the world.
Marketing Club: The Marketing Club is composed of students in undergraduate and graduate marketing programs.
Public Administration Association: The Public Administration Association holds networking and professional development events for students in the MPA program as well as students in the MBA program with a concentration in Public Administration.
Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM): The student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) provides its members education and information services, conferences and seminars, government and media representation, and publications that equip current and future human resource professionals to become leaders and decision-makers within their organizations.
The University has several campus chapters and recently inducted a SHRM virtual chapter. The virtual chapter is open to all Strayer students with an interest in human resource management. Please visit http://www.shrm.org for more information or contact the SHRM Faculty Advisor for information on how to join.
Toastmasters International: Toastmasters International assists students with improving their communication and leadership abilities. Toastmasters helps develop public speaking and listening skills.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) - Phi Beta Lambda, Inc.: The mission of FBLA is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.