These organizations are related to academic disciplines including campus departments and national academic honor societies. Some organizations will require a minimum GPA or enrollment in a specific major.
Contact: Danni Bowen
This organization is for students who love to write. Members will critique each other’s writing and motivate others to continue to pursue their passion for writing.
Contact: Ashley Holada
This organization enables women in all accounting and finance fields to achieve their full potential and to contribute to their profession.
Contact: Michaela Spreier
Founded in 1973, this organization hosts events designed to promote student involvement in the field of Accounting.
Contact: Sam Detwiler
Represents the Department of Agriculture at events to share information about the department and assists with recruiting students.
Contact: Hannah Meyer
This organization provides a medium for the development of membership knowledge and experience within the vocational and professional careers of Agricultural Science.
Contact: Gregory Johnson
The nation's oldest and largest professional business fraternity. Recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders.
Contact: Samantha Wagner
This honorary and professional society provides a network for students and industry professionals in the agriculture and natural resources fields.
Contact: Christian Larios
This organization fosters and promotes choral singing, providing artistic and spirited experiences for participants.
Contact: Alyssa Maire
This organization promotes the advancement of the Industrial Hygiene profession, and fostering the well-being and development of its members within its campus and community.
As the leading organization for marketers, AMA is the trusted go-to resource for marketers and academics. Members stay relevant with knowledge, training and tools to enhance lifelong learning and obtain valuable information and connections.
The oldest professional safety society committed to protecting people, property, and the environment. Safety majors and minors learn, experience, and network with safety professionals.
Membership in this student chapter adds strength through unity in order to become a strong voice for string music education.
Contact: Vanessa Soto
Providing a social and academic outlet for students interested in art history, as well as providing resources for career development and graduate studies.
Contact: Zainab Bakare
Students who want a career in animation will be able to create and use the talents that make up the art department, including artists, photographers, dancers, musicians and voice actors.
Contact: Josie Blaszczak
This organization prepares college students for teaching and leadership positions by developing innovative solutions that promote the success of each child.
Contact: Joshua Gardner
A computer science and programming based club interested in helping students build contacts with future employers and progress through the program here at ISU.
Contact: Christine Reis
This organization is linked to the professional organization that champions the advancement of women across all communication disciplines. This organization recognizes excellence, promotes leadership, and positions members at the forefront of communication!
Contact:: Nickolas Killian
This is an organization of students that strives to create interest and awareness of Information Technology among ISU students by promoting and sharing knowledge about Information Technology as a field of study, as a profession and also as individual passion.
Contact: Katie Battista
All students interested in astronomy are provided an informal education through discussion of various topics in the field and by attending Star Parties.
Contact: Caleb Hanson
This organization provides support and information to students interested in athletic training or sports medicine.
This organization will develop cross-cultural competence and foster positive partnerships with culturally, linguistically and ability diverse families.
Contact: Madison Bandy
An honorary organization for financial Information students and professionals that recognizes scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field.
Contact: Jen Woodworth
This organization provides information and resources about ineternships and research opportunities to undergraduate stduents interested in the many fields of Biological Sciences.
Contact: LaCrisha McAllister
Dedicated to addressing issues of concern for black graduate students at ISU through the union of black students, black faculty and staff, and similar black organizations.
An association for African Americans and affiliates to come together for the love and common interest in Sociology, Anthropology, and Cultural or Ethnic Studies.
We advocate and provide community services that would facilitate the integration of individuals with visual impairments at ISU, in Bloomington-Normal, and throughout Illinois.
The main goal of the Business Association is to provide social and professional opportunities for students who are interested in business.
BIS Club promotes the study and utilization of information systems through programs of professional development, social networking, and community development.
Contact: Adam Epps
Business Week offers engaging, authentic, pre-professional opportunities. It enables students to interact closely with alumni, employers, and industry taught leaders as they develop essential soft skills and understandings required for success.
Contact: Alessandra Bruno
A student affiliate chapter of the American Chemical Society, the world's largest scientific society and one of the leading sources of authoritative scientific information.
Contact: Ashley Narum
Provides educational and volunteer opportunities, leadership experiences, and fellowship for ISU graduate and undergraduate students interested in the profession of Child Life.
Contact: Mary Fischer
Provides early exposure to ISU’s research opportunities and encourages peer lead collaborative efforts among interdisciplinary studies to maximize learning and impact.
Contact: Brian Loiacono
Contact: Foster McDaniel
Open to all students enrolled at Illinois State University wanting to develop a connection in the agriculture industry.
Our events revolve around fundraising, volunteering, leadership activities and much more. With CFFA/PAS you will be able to meet new people, and experience new ideas and activities.
A student association designed to promote and support the professional development of future middle level teachers, as well as the development and nurturing of middle level education programs.
President: Karl Tailon
Professional development through participation in leadership opportunities, workshops, seminars, and conferences and conventions, and cooperative activities with the building community.
An umbrella organization for the honorary/fraternal student organizations housed within the College of Business at ISU.
Contact: Gabrielle Jorns
In affiliation with the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR), this organization provides opportunities to educate members on topics relevant to the study of families as well as providing skills and knowledge to enrich individual and family life.
An organization dedicated to music therapy advocacy and the professional development of its members.
The organization provides information on potential careers in the field of criminal justice as well as networking opportunities with professionals.
Contact: Alaina Rice
This organization promotes continuous development of knowledge and exposure to dance within the community and promotes collaboration between performing arts organizations at ISU.
Contact: Sophie Gimble
Socialization between the deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing people who desire contact with the deaf community.
An international co-ed professional music fraternity dedicated to service, the school of music, and the community.
Contact: Brian Gielow
America's foremost professional fraternity for men and women pursuing careers in business. The Iota Chi chapter of Illinois State University has been on campus for 30 years and has helped develop over 1,000 students.
This organization enhances the recruitment and retention rates of individuals from culturally diverse backgrounds within the various graduate programs offered in psychology at ISU.
Contact: Jennifer Carey
Dedicated to students majoring in education, this organization will expose members to opportunities that will develop professional and leadership skills through monthly meetings and volunteer opportunities in the community.
Contact: Eric Kosikowski
Contact: Cade Jackson
This organization promotes and supports the entrepreneurial mindset and skills of ISU students.
Contact: Sierra Garcia
The mission of this honorary is promotion of discipline by elevating standards, ideals, competence, and ethics of professionally prepared men and women in Health Education.
Provide professional development opportunities for Illinois State University students studying to become Family and Consumer Sciences teachers in Illinois
This organization focuses on the merchandising and design aspect of the apparel industry. Members meet with professionals in the industry to gain a better understanding of career opportunities.
Contact: Paige Brzeszkiewicz
This organization promotes knowledge on careers in the finance field. ISSF membership is open to all Illinois State University students with career interests relating to finance
Contact: Shelby Voss
An organization of students with a common interest in food, nutrition, or dietetics.
ISU's nationally recognized forensics team has won 10 national team speech championships in its history. Forensics Union includes a Lincoln-Douglas debate team as well as a speech team.
Freestage promotes artistic growth and development for ISU students through theatrical workshops, special events, guest artists, staged readings, and the production of our completely free "Freestage Fringe Festivals.
This organization provides students, international students, faculty, and community members with the opportunity to practice conversing in French. The organizatio also educates about French and Francophone culture and promotes cultural awareness.
Contact: Nick Mullinax
The international risk management, insurance, and actuarial science collegiate fraternity.
This student community inspired by glass organizes sales, visiting artists, studio and museum visits, and educates about the art and business side of glass.
Contact: Brooke Schumacher
This organization is dedicated to promoting the field of geography at Illinois State University.
This organization provides advanced teacher training outside of what ISU offers by building scholar relationships and training throughout the school year.
Golden Key is a mission focused, values based, and demographics driven organization committed to academics, leadership, and service.
Open to graduate students in the School Psychology program, members work towards raising mental health awareness on campus and increasing research and learning opportunities for psychology students.
A unified voice acting on the behalf of graduate students.
The purpose of this organization is to increase and disseminate knowledge; to provide meetings of technical and scientific information; and to manufacture printed items.
Contact: Noah Mendenhall
This social and educational RSO offers field trips, guest speakers, student-professor lunches, game nights, and movies.
Contact: Sam Schneider
This organization is open to any ISU student interested in animal agriculture.
This organization is dedicated to giving students an out of the classroom experience that improves both the student's horticultural experience and the community itself.
Contact: Kaleigh Soumar
Focusing on the quality of educational and developmental services for all children from birth through age 8, this organization is dedicated to improving the well-being of all young children.
Contact: Mike Miletich
This organization promotes radio and television as news media, preserves and protects the people’s right to know, insures the free flow of information, and exposes any interested student to the laws and ideas of the news broadcasting industry.
President: Edward Schmitt
Work with students around campus to foster an educational registered student organization pertaining to topics relevant to Computer Systems and other related majors
Contact: Emma Byall
Open to students in all majors, this organization promotes interest in, and a better understanding of, the international business field.
This professional networking and educational association strives to create a strong niche for the most talented and visionary Interior Design professionals.
Contact: Brandon Memmini
This honorary educational fraternity supports the cause of education by fostering a spirit of fellowship, high standards of scholastic attainment, and professional ideals among its members.
Contact: Morgan Snead
This International Educators Honor Society represents the students of ISU who endeavor to grow professionally, socially, and intellectually.
Contact: Alexis Econie
This honor society affiliated with the National Communication Association provides members with the opportunity to attend professional development workshops, meet professors and alumni, and provide civic engagement.
Contact: Morgan Brauer
This organization provides a forum for math education majors to collaborate and supplement their professional development.
This organization provides education for students interested in printmaking as an art form.
Contact: Alexander Bell
This organization strives to add value to the MBA program by providing career development as well as social and philanthropic events for MBA students.
This organization provides members to explore career opportunities in Medical Lab Science.
This organization promotes the Bloomington/Normal music scene and provides students the opportunity to gain experience in the business of music.
This organization promotes educational, musical, social, and professional experiences that enhance musical growth among its members.
Contact: Amanda Diesburg
This organization provides members the opportunity to gain the knowledge, skills, and contacts for successful careers in the field of agri-marketing.
Contact: Kayla Scott
This organization plans and participates in several local arts-based community and service learning projects and events on campus and throughout Central Illinois.
This organization provides future music educators professional credibility and insight into the professional world through professional contacts, educational opportunities and leadership development.
This organization encourages and supports all minorities seeking success in the business world. Members will become well rounded, professional, and successful individuals.
This organization aims to inspire and prepare future band directors by promoting good bands and good band repertoire through a collaborative and service-oriented approach.
This organization enhances the knowledge of its members with monthly meetings, speakers and special experiences by volunteering on campus and throughout the community.
This organization strives to promote hope and empowerment among those who stutter and provide reasearch and knowledge for those interested in speech and language.
This organization provides professional development and networking opportunities for nursing majors while promoting good citizenship and encouraging responsibility, leadership and community service.
Contact: Larkin Babbitt
This organization promotes orchestral music to Illinois State University and the community.
Contact: Kari Zapalik
Members in terested in this field of study will develop professional skills through conferences, volunteerism, and networking.
Contact: Emily Rogers
This honor society recognizes academic achievement if the field of history.
This organization offers leadership opportunities to both business and non-business majors by hosting philanthropic, fundraising, and social events in the greater Normal area.
Contact: Royce Fuchs
The nation's premier business fraternity which prides itself on its family of members who strive to develop skills for the business world, standing on its three pillars of Professionalism, Philanthropy, and Social.
This organization sponsors the weekly seminar series within the Biology department and hosts the annual research symposia and student grant competitions to fund biological research at ISU.
Contact: Daniel Gee
This gender-inclusive honor society fosters the ideals of scholarship, leadership and fellowship.
This organization hosts an informal venue for students interested in philosophical topics.
Physical Education major or minor students gain knowledge and experiences that are beneficial for professional development. Common activities and events include speakers, games, etc.
Jae Chan Ku
This social organization provides physics related outreach such as trebuchet, free tutoring, and departmental collaborations.
This organization stimulates and encourage French and Francophone cultural activities and increases knowledge and appreciation of Americans for cultural contributions to the French-speaking world.
Contact: Brandan Oates
This organization creates a fellowship among teachers of business subjects and encourages civic responsibility, scholarship and high ethical standards.
This national political science honor society is open to Political Science majors and minors meeting specific academic requirements.
Contact: Griffin Sullivan
This national, co-ed, professional fraternal organization in sales, marketing, and management develops the sales and marketing skills of its members through lifelong opportunities.
This organization provides information and opportunities for students pursuing a career in dentistry.
Contact: Andy Labroo
This organization assists students in becoming competitive applicants for health professional programs through community service and networking with medical professionals.
Contact: Deanna Horton
This organization provides students the opportunity to learn about the various aspects of Law School and future employment.
This organization provides animal welfare education to the ISU and surrounding community and provides professional development opportunities for its members.
Contact: Blake Perfetti
This organization provides education on research, concepts and theories of economics.
This international honor society in psychology was founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology.
This national organization provides professional development opportunities through many on- and off-campus events plus regional and national conferences.
Contact: Jordan Salzman
This national honor society recognizing college seniors who have excelled in the areas of scholarship, leadership, and service.
Contact: Andrew Stetter
This organization is comprised of students, faculty, and community members who see renewable energy solutions as the key to a sustainable future and functioning economy and share this belief through community involvement, workshops, and campaigns.
Through activities including research forums and writing groups, this organization promotes activities which enhance the study of rhetoric in accordance with the tenets of the Rhetoric Society of America.
This organization prepares young adults for the transition to a commissioned officer in the United States Army, Army Reserves, or Army National Guard.
Contact: Robbie Hall
This organization provides graduate student in the School of Communication professional development and social activities.
This international music fraternity for women upholds the highest standards of music and is committed to furthering the development of music in America.
Contact: Lorraine Garcia
This honors society is dedicated to the pursuit of the Spanish language and culture. Our motto is the Greek phrase "Spanías Didagéi Proágomen" meaning "Let's go forth/continue forth under th
Contact: Shelby Ragan
This organization is dedicated to providing cultural stimulation and promotion of English studies at Illinois State University.
President: Aly Ford
Provide social, educational and philanthropic extra-curricular opportunities for students who are social work majors or who are interested in social work at Illinois State University.
This organization provides professional development and networking opportunities for students pursuing a career in human resource management.
Contact: Britni Marie Williams
This organization plans and hosts the annual Central Illinois Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference at Illinois State University.
Contact: Brian Keeling
This organization enhances anthropological education on campus through sharing/promoting an appreciation of diversity, culture, language, and the past in the community.
Contact: Julia Mendes
This organization forms a community of students and faculty who show an interest in sociology as well as enhance academic knowledge and apply such knowledge to better the environment.
Student members build and race solar cars in the American Solar Challenge as well as the Formula Sun Grand Prix. No prior experience in solar car racing/building required.
Through speakers and social activities, this organization provides students interested in sports related marketing and management careers the opportunity to begin networking and learning more about job opportunities in the world of athletics.
Contact: Shelby Goodman
A flagship program promoting the ISU music scene and running a music business.
Contact: Caroline Boczar
This chapter will engage students in lifelong professional activities that promote and advance the profession of audiology, and provide services, information, education, representation and advocacy for the profession and the public we serve.
Contact: Katie Hesser
The purpose of SABE shall be to provide opportunities for students interested in Bilingual Education to meet, work, and socialize with each other.
This organization advances the education of individuals with exceptionalities and promotes related educational, scientific, and charitable purposes.
Contact: Su Yin Khor
This organization centralizes information from relevant fields that intersect with language teaching, learning, and use, and share this information with its members.
This pre-professional organization for education majors allows students to become members of the Illinois Education Association (IEA) and the National Education Association (NEA), the two unions in which current teachers belong.
This organization educates students and community members on environmental health topics and participates in electronics drives, conferences and other community events.
Contact: Courtney Kargol
This organization provides students the opportunity to network and learn more about the field of health information management.
This organization promotes the work of ceramic arts through art fairs and sales.
Student members create or participate in television production from start to finish, producing high quality materials for their portfolios. Programs air on campus cable 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Contact: Lauren Thompson
This service and leadership recognition society aims to assist the director in developing leadership and enthusiasm needed to be in band.
This organization provides members the opportunities to attend conferences and monthly meetings to discuss major-related topics such as problem solving, design challenges, and content reviews.
This organization provides a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, fostering self-confidence and personal growth.
Contact: Sheldon Gooch
This organization provides University Scholars support in meeting the expectations of this distinction.
Contact: Megan Kapala
The purpose of this organization is to become a strong group of women who focuson the development of knowledge, confidence, and passion for business.
Contact: Amanda Klingler
WITS provides a community to those in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields who are interested in the promotion of women pursuing STEM degrees and careers whil also providing resources, training and experience for members through workshops and service completed by the group.
Contact: Karen Sanders
ISU's student radio station provides experience and training for all students interested in radio broadcasting and related industries. WZND can be listened to on 103.3 FM, WZND.com, and Channel 4 on campus televisions.