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The mission of the AALANAI Honor Society is to ensure that its members are prepared to meet the many challenges they will encounter not only in college,throughout their lives. Our goal is to improve the retention and graduation rate of all
Active Minds strives to change the conversation about mental health by reducing stigma through student participation. In facilitating dialogue and community awareness we hope to show the importance of mental well-being for the individual and community.
The UMass Actuary Club encourages community, collaboration, and communication among all students with an interest in, or curiosity about, Actuarial Science.
The goal of USSC is to provide and forum for the discussion, and the creation of unique advanced sport statistics and ideas for more efficient practices than the ones currently employed by professional sport organizations.
Adventist Christians Together to Serve (ACTS) is a loving Seventh-Day Adventist bible based community open to people of varying faiths interested in fellowship. The organization provides a platform for individuals to experience vibrant spiritual growth.
AGASA serves as a focal point for rallying graduate students and scholars on issues and concerns pertinent to the continent of Africa and a vehicle to create greater visibility of the interests of African Students. http://www.umass.edu/gso/agasa/
The African Student Association (ASA) is a cultural RSO that values all cultures and traditions. Our establishment is based in the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The organization its made up of a very strong and productive
Alive With Dance is an RSO that organizes dance events around campus. From producing student choreographed shows to hosting dance classes for all levels taught by dancers on campus, we have many ways to get involved.
Here at Alpha Chi Omega we are a group of motivated young women. We value our character growth through friendship, learning, leadership, and service. Our philanthropy is to raise money and awareness for victims of domestic violence, which we accomplish
The Alpha Delta Phi was founded in 1832 at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York by Samuel Eells (1810-1842). Founded as a literary society, it evolved into one of the most distinguished of the original American college fraternities. It has retained its