COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Get involved: We have student groups for nearly every interest
The University of Akron has more than 250 student organizations — focused on everything from academics and hobbies to music and careers. Making time in your schedule to get involved in campus activities and develop new interests and friendships is all part of the college experience.
Student life is about more than classroom learning. Get involved in a club or student organization to meet fellow students and stay connected outside of class. More information about student groups can be found on OrgSync.
Student organizations in our college
Find more information about any of the groups below in UA's Orgsync.
|Undergraduate Student Government (website)|
|Society of Mechanical Engineering Technology Students (SMETS)
The purpose of the Society of Mechanical Engineering Technology Students (SMETS) is to provide an opportunity for students to begin their professional careers by joining a technology based engineering society.
Culinary Artist Club
The Culinary Artist Club is a group of University of Akron students learning and competing in fruit, vegetable and ice sculpting.
|Phi Theta Kappa
The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, fellowship of scholars, and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
Electronic Engineering Technology Association
The purpose of the Electronic Engineering Technology Association is to increase student awareness of the Electrical/Electronic industry and facilitate participation in student competitions.
|Construction Managers Association of America (CMAA)
The purpose of the Society of Students in Construction is to increase the exposure of its members to the construction industry. The organization shall also serve to increase the industry's awareness of the members, their capabilities and their understandings of the construction industry.
|Gathering of Potential Surveyors (GPS)
The purpose of the Gathering of Potential Surveyors is to inform and educate students about surveying and related professions. This organization will also provide a tutoring service for all surveying classes. Members of this organization will gain access to professional surveying, which will in turn lead to a greater chance at a job in the surveying field.
The Hospitality Club is a professional and social organization for The University of Akron students interested in the Hospitality Management Program, as well as, open to all other interested majors. The funds the Club raise helps fund trips to trade shows, ice carving competitions, field trips to hotels and restaurants, and provide social activities for all club members. All activities that the Club takes part in will help the students gain leadership experience.
|Kappa Beta Delta
The Kappa Beta Delta society was developed to encourage and recognize scholarship and accomplishment among Associate Degree seeking students in business, management, and administration; and to encourage and promote aspirations toward personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind. It is organized exclusively for charitable and education purposes.
|Fire Protection Society
The mission of the Fire Protection Society is to promote the Fire Protection Program, and foremost the professional and technical development of its students.
|International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM)
The purpose of International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) is to unify and provide a collective voice for all emergency management students, recognize and encourage academic achievement in the field of emergency management, unite with college faculty and administrators to develop and maintain high standards of educational and networking opportunities, create career opportunities for emergency management students through networking, increase worldwide networking, and promote altruistic conduct through voluntary service.