Academic Organizations

Accounting Society

This organization’s main goal is focused toward informing students about current accounting topics and enhancing professional and career-development skills. In addition, the society promotes friendly relations among faculty, students and alumni as they work with other organizations within FDU.

Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)

This organization assists FDU students by enhancing their knowledge about opportunities and trends in the business field, provide professional networking opportunities and understand the changing trends in both job markets and businesses.

Business Leaders of Tomorrow

Through the use of inter- active social, community service and networking events, the Business Leaders of Tomorrow prepare all students of Fairleigh Dickinson University to enter into the business world and to begin in progressive careers as thoughtful, creative and compassionate leaders in a fun, open and friendly environment.

Communication Honor Society

The purposes of this honor society are to recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in communication studies; stimulate interest in the field of communication by promoting and encouraging professional development among communication majors; to provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of communication; and to establish and maintain closer relationships and mutual understanding between communication studies faculty and students.

Criminal Justice Club

This student association is committed to education, excellence and civic service. It is committed to helping students interested in criminal justice build strong networks in the field, providing educational and training opportunities and giving back to students’ communities.

Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management Society

This professional organization of inn-keeping and restaurant students engaged in industry, government and education aims to foster the individual welfare of its members, both individually and as a group, and to advance the theory of scientific management, wherever it may apply, through research, education and discussion.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

The IEEE student branch provides an opportunity for men and women studying in the field of engineering and technologies to network among their peers, develop social skills for community relations and work on projects together in an academically challenging and friendly environment.

National Society of Black Engineers

This society provides an outlet for students of color whose career focus is engineering. The group’s portfolio of activities includes guest lectures, field trips and engineering and leadership conferences.

New Jersey Student Education Association (NSJEA)

NJSEA at FDU bridges the gap among the many education groups on campus and provides them with resources that all education students can use in both their daily and professional lives. It fosters a diverse community of effective, professional educations who are caring, competent, reflective, ethical leaders committed to advancing student learning and achievement, developing scholarship and promoting democratic ideals in our global society.

Pre-Health Professional Club

The main purpose of the organization is to provide information and guidance to students of the FDU community who desire to learn about any of the health professions. It offers a wide range of programs from guest speakers to field trips to professional schools.

Pre-Optometry Club 

The mission of the Pre-Optometry Club is to develop a community of students looking to pursue a career in optometry. The community looks to provide support, information and assistance to students to excel in the field.

Pre-Physical Therapy Club

The mission of the organization is to create a community for pre-physical therapy students where they can get the support, information, and assistance to succeed in the physical therapy field.

Psychology Club

The purposes and objectives of the Psychology Club are to foster awareness for the students; to promote participation in the field of psychology; to provide information about the field of psychology; to promote academic achievement in the field of psychology; and to encourage participation in activities involving psychology.

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The SWE provides an outlet for women studying in the field of engineering and technologies. Networking, information sessions, lectures and conferences are just a few of the opportunities the organization offers its members.

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

This organization is a communication vehicle where the FDU student-athletes and the athletic administration discuss the student-athlete experience, while encouraging the involvement and unification of the campus community along with the surrounding communities.

Student Nurses Association (SNA)

The purpose of this organization is to assume responsibility for contributing nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of healthcare and aid in the development of the whole person, their profession, and their responsibility for the healthcare of people in all walks of life.

Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society

This honor society brings together science majors who share a common interest in the biological field.

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