Student Clubs & Involvement

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The iSchool and University of Arizona offer many ways to get involved, ranging from student clubs to community volunteer opportunities, regular and annual tech events to student leadership development.

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iSchool & UArizona Student Clubs

AMA: American Marketing Association of the University of Arizona

The American Marketing Association at University of Arizona connects students to marketers across all specialties to collaborate, network and gain practical experience in order to empower their career. The club meets weekly at the Eller College of Management. Meetings include guest speakers, professional development workshops, case competitions, philanthropy events and socials.

Cyber Saguaros

Cyber Saguaros is a student group that focuses on cybersecurity education, capture-the-flag competitions and industry networking for students wanting to work in a field involving cybersecurity.

Data Cats

Data Cats offers collaborative hours to practice skills or tackle common career-prep tasks, tech workshops and social events to help students prepare for a career in data.

Game Dev Club

The UArizona Game Dev Club, advised by iSchool faculty, brings students together at meetings and social events to explore all aspects of gaming and game development.

IEEE: UArizona IEEE Student Branch

UArizona IEEE is the student chapter of IEEE, the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Housed under the College of Engineering, UArizona IEEE hosts events, lab hours, projects and more.

LISO: Library & Information Science Organization

Open to graduate students, the Library & Information Science Organization is the official UArizona chapter of the American Library Association, and is dedicated to promoting and celebrating the library and information science profession. In addition to the site linked below, you may view the LISO Facebook page or email for more information.

PRSSA: Public Relations Student Society of America

PRSSA offers members a chance to learn and engage in the industry of public relations. PRSSA members have the opportunity to work on PR campaigns for real-world clients and gain working experience with many facets of the job (e.g., overseeing marketing research, bringing in new business opportunities, managing client relationships and events and implementing social media PR strategies).

WiCyS: Women in CyberSecurity

The mission of the WiCyS student chapter is to build a community within UArizona that promotes women's education, participation and leadership in the field of cybersecurity by a) decreasing the gender disparity in cybersecurity, b) providing education, mentorship and networking support to students in the WiCyS community, and c) promoting and recruiting women in the cybersecurity workforce through UArizona.

WICS: Women in Information and Computer Science

Women in Information and Computer Science supports underrepresented genders in technology at UArizona by creating a sense of community, helping each other explore topics in computing and developing professional skills together. WICS meets weekly during the school year.

UArizona Leadership & Cultural Resources

Blue Chip Leadership
The University of Arizona Blue Chip Leadership Experience helps students find community, distinguish thenselves and build career skills. Blue Chip students build lifelong friendships and hone their leadership skills on campus, in the classroom and in the community. Blue Chip graduates are pushing boundaries, solving problems and excelling as leaders.

Cultural and Resource Centers
At the University of Arizona, there are so many ways to get involved, celebrate diversity and meet new people. At the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's Cultural and Resource Centers, students can learn more about UArizona identity centers and resources, which include African American Student Affairs, Asian Pacific American Student Affairs, Adalberto and Ana Guerrero Student Center, Disability Cultural Center, LGBTQ Affairs, Native American Student Affairs, and Women and Gender Resource Center

First Cats
First Cats offers direct support from peers and professional staff for first-generation college students. The University of Arizona First Cats was created to motivate and support students to attain a bachelor’s degree and prepare for the next step after college.

Other UArizona Activities & Opportunities

Arizona Esports Program
The Arizona Esports Program is a comprehensive program that includes varsity-level esports competition, student engagement and career development. Learn more at Esports Discord, Facebook and Twitch.

CATalyst Studios
CATalyst Studios is a makerspace in the UArizona Main Library that hosts open lab hours, clubs meetings workshops and more.

Girls Who Code
A program of Women in Science and Engineering (see below), Girls Who Code aims to close the gender gap in technology and computer science by offering free coding classes for students in grades 6-12 on Saturday afternoons from September to April in the UArizona Main Library. Students interested in volunteering as a club facilitator should contact

Join the largest community for user experience (UX) learners and professionals in Arizona. The organization is based at the University of Arizona, but all students and community members are welcome no matter skill level and background.

WiDS Tucson: Women in Data Science Worldwide
WiDS Tucson is independently organized by the University of Arizona to be part of the mission to increase participation of women in data science and to feature outstanding women doing outstanding work. The purpose of the WiDS conference is to inspire and educate data scientists worldwide, regardless of gender, and to support women in the field. This one-day technical conference provides an opportunity to hear about the latest data science related research and applications in a number of domains, and connect with others in the field.

WISE: Women in Science and Engineering
Since 1976, the WISE program, hosted by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, has promoted interest and diversity in STEM fields through K-12 outreach programs, collegiate professional development opportunities and equity-focused research and evaluation.

National Organizations

Society of American Archivists

American Library Association

Association of Rural and Small Libraries

Association for Information Science and Technology

Special Libraries Association