Apha Phi Sigma - the Colorado Mesa University chapter of the national honorary society for criminal justice. Students interested in membership should contact Dr. Michael Delaney.
Criminal Justice Association - a club for students who wish to pursue a career in any of the numerous branches of the criminal justice system. CJA aims to enrich students' knowledge by exposing and connecting them to the various local professionals, offering them opportunities to give back to the community, and by hosting events that offer "hands on" experience within the criminal justice field. Students interested in membership should contact Dr. Kate Dreiling or Dr. John Reece.
Forensic Science Club - a club for students that wish to pursue any aspect of the forensic sciences or who wish to learn more about science applied to the law. Students interested in membership should contact Dr. Melissa Connor.
Phi Alpha Theta - the Colorado Mesa University chapter of the historical honor society. Phi Alpha Theta promotes the study of history on campus and in the community and allows students to present research papers at conferences. Students interested in Phi Alpha Theta membership should contact Dr. Erika Jackson.
Pi Sigma Alpha - the Colorado Mesa University chapter of the national political science honors society. Membership inquiries should be directed to Dr. Justin Gollob.
Political Science Club - a non-partisan organization of political science majors, minors, and other interested students. The Club conducts voter registration, hosts guest lectures and other educational activities, and collaborates with civil society groups like Club 20, the World Affairs Council of Western Colorado, and the League of Women Voters of Mesa County. It also houses the local chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha. Students interested in membership should contact Dr. Bill Flanik.
Pre-Law Club - a club that is dedicated to assisting students in their search for, application to, and general success in law school. It also gives students numerous opportunities for professional networking and giving back to the community through scholarship opportunities. The Pre-Law Club has regular meetings, which usually entail workshops such as LSAC or Resumes, guest speakers, and LSAT preparation sessions. Students interested in membership should contact Judge Richard Gurley.
Psychology Club - a club for all interested students dedicated to enhancing the experience of and appreciation of psychology through a variety of community service, social and educational activities. The hallmark event of the year is an annual trip to the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association (RMPA) convention. Students interested in membership should contact Dr. Bethany Weber and Dr. Susan Becker.
Social Work Club - a dynamic group of students interested in "rolling up their sleeves" and putting social work into "action." A core value of the social work profession is service-and the club is always looking for opportunities to address issues of poverty and need at the local, community level. Students interested in membership should contact Dr. Michelle Sunkel.
Sociology Club - a club for students who have a major or minor in Sociology, or who are simply interested in sociological perspectives on social life. Club activities include community service, academic events, and socializing. Students interested in membership should contact Dr. Isabella Kasselstrand.