ASSOCIATION OF BLACK COLLEGIANS (ABC)
The purposes of this organization are: institute a truly effective and academic atmosphere for students of color and the student body at large; build a sense of pride and meaning for students of color and the student body at large by engaging in wholesome community, cultural, academic and social activities; and to become a prime force in the betterment of campus affairs that include academic, student, administration, faculty, physical facilities and education.
AURA (Appreciating & Understanding the Rights of All)
The purpose of AURA is to provide a safe community that promotes a human and real understanding of the LGBTQ person, lifestyle, problems, and history. AURA is here to support victims of discrimination and harassment by providing reference to quality counseling. AURA provides everyone of the FDU Community an opportunity to express themselves in a positive environment free of hostility and discrimination. People of all identities (gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual, asexual, transgender, genderqueer, nonbinary, and more, of course!) are welcome.
INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION
The main purpose of this organization is to educate and promote understanding of Indian culture through various activities.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION
The purpose of this organization is to promote cultural awareness and exchanges among International and American students.
The purpose of this organization is to promote awareness of the Japanese culture (celebrations, food, music, fashion, movies, etc.) through activities.
LATINO AMERICAN STUDENT ORGANIZATION (LASO)
The mission of this organization is to bring all students of the Florham Campus a sense of culture and to get them familiar with not only the Hispanic culture but also all the cultures present on campus.
The purpose of this club is to raise the knowledge and awareness of global issues through research, debate, and actions, in ways that are reflective of the real United Nation. The club affords its members the opportunity to assume the role of ambassadors, while acquiring such skills as leadership, debate, camaraderie, collaboration, and a new insight into the dilemmas plaguing our current and future global community.