Albizu University strives to promote a sense of belonging to a larger community, and there is no better way to embrace this mission than to become part of a student association.
Through the efforts of the student organizations listed below, AU develops the content and themes of the student life campaign and distinguished lecture series. We encourage you to join the organizations that interest you and take an active role in building on the successes of AU alumni, establishing your own footprint in both the classroom and the community.
A crucial part of a well-rounded college experience is the opportunity to explore new interests, make new friends, and discover who you are. Years from now, when memories of long nights cramming for exams while balancing other responsibilities fade away, you will realize that the college moments you cherish most took place outside the classroom.
For more information on student organizations or help in choosing the ones that are right for you, please contact the Student Affairs Administrative Assistant in Miami (305-593-1223, ext. 3208) or an academic counselor in San Juan (787-725-6500, ext. 1570).
Albizu University’s Student Council always seeks fresh ideas from students. Keeping the door open to new ideas encourages communication, cooperation, and understanding among students, faculty, and administration and leads to innovative ways to promote the interests and objectives of a growing and active academic community.
The Student Council exists to provide students with a voice in enhancing the college experience. We work to create an engaging campus environment that complements the rigors of the academic program. By developing a stimulating series of student activities, we pave the way for students to network outside the classroom and enjoy a familiar sense of community.
As members of the Student Council, we are all AU students ourselves. We encourage our fellow students to make a voice for themselves and be part of our “family.”
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Albizu Catholic Club
The Catholic Club offers support for Catholic students at the institution. Give witness in practical ways as disciples of Christ and as Catholics. The Catholic Club supports students who are interested in having a support system for their faith.
To join the AU chapter, please contact Dr. Evangelina Alonso, the Albizu Catholic Club advisor, at email@example.com.
Albizu Forensic Club
The AU Forensic Club is dedicated to increasing knowledge of forensic psychology. Membership is open to all students interested in participating in forensic events, outreach and education, and social events with fellow club members. The goal is to work collaboratively and share opportunities in the field of psychology and specifically forensic psychology.
To join, please contact Dr. Pamela Dahlin, Club Advisor, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Albizu Sports and Fitness Club
The Sports and Fitness Club aims to improve students’ mental health and physical wellness by creating an active and cooperative environment that promotes healthy choices and participation amongst students.
To join, please contact Ms. Karli Martin, President, at:
Health Psychology Club
The Health Psychology Club is open to anyone interested in the field of health psychology. Our mission is to cultivate awareness of the health psychologist’s role and assist with professional and personal development among Psy.D students to further prepare them in their knowledge and understanding of health psychology and how psychological, behavioral, and cultural factors contribute to both physical health and illness.
To join, please contact Ms. Nathalie Buitrago, President, at: email@example.com
Military Psychology Student Chapter
The national Society for Military Psychology, also known as Division 19, is one of the founding charter divisions of the American Psychological Association. Albizu University is part of a network of on-campus student chapters of the society. Our mission is to increase knowledge and understanding of the military and military psychology among psychology students in order to help prepare them for work within the military population. We aim to help students increase their knowledge of military culture and research, to introduce and expand their possibilities within the military, and to create a cohesive team on which they can depend.
For more information, see our Facebook page or email: MPSCteam@gmail.com
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) - Albizu Chapter
When a student becomes a national NSSLHA member, the student will receive get the extra support that can helps them succeed in school, their profession, and in their role as a leader now...and tomorrow! NSSLHA is the national organization for graduate and undergraduate students interested in the study of normal and disordered human communication.
To join, please contact Ms. Christina Perez, President, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The AU Miami Neuropsychology Club is an interest group within the Association of Neuropsychology Students in Training (ANST), the student organization for Division 40 (Clinical Neuropsychology) of the American Psychological Association. We are dedicated to increasing our knowledge of neuropsychology by working as a team to share opportunities in the fields of psychology and neuropsychology. We discuss current research and relevant journal articles, practice neuropsychology assessments, and invite guest speakers (including current students, interns, postdocs, and neuropsychologists in the field) to our monthly meetings. This club is all about working together, networking, and helping our fellow students develop an interest in the field of neuropsychology.
For more information, see our website or email: email@example.com
Psi Chi is an international honor society founded in 1929 to encourage excellence in scholarship and advance the science of psychology. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students majoring or minoring in psychology who meet specific GPA and coursework requirements. Psi Chi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Psychological Science.
To join the AU chapter, please contact Prof. Alfredo Picañol, the campus Psi Chi advisor, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Advocates for Youth (SAY) Club
The SAY Club is dedicated to increasing knowledge of child psychology. The goal is to work together as a team to share opportunities in the field of psychology and specifically child psychology.
To join, please contact Ms. Brittany Lowe, President, at: email@example.com