APICS - UNTD

Academic Based organization for Logistics and Supply chain management overview- welcoming all business, analytics, economic development, project management career focused individuals. APICS UNT DALLAS has become a student chapter of the national APICS group- introducing UNTD student body to the professionals within the industries, career placement, direct link between student/company partnerships, internships, Job openings, mentorship, Educational, certification training/ resources- capacity building within the community and global optimization.

Bilingual Education Student Organization (BESO)

A departmental organization focused on teacher education with ESL specialization. The purpose of BESO is to empower future teachers. The organization encourages students to attend conferences to aid in career and team development. The students serve the community and early childhood education programs in order to gain experience and expand their knowledge.

Biology Club

The Biology Club is the gathering of Biology majors and any students interested in Biology to discuss the field as a whole. The group is also interested in studying the different content areas of Biology that are offered in the Bachelors of Science in Biology degree plan, so that all students who are either Biology majors or taking Biology classes will have the tools needed to succeed.The objectives (mission) of The University of North Texas at Dallas Biology Club is to spark an interest in biology and the sciences to students of many differentlevels. Community service, teamwork, speakers, new scientific discoveries, and communication will allow students to enjoy and learn more about the aspectsof biology that are unattainable within the classroom setting. By attending Biology Club we hope that the students of UNT Dallas will strengthen their interest in the sciences.

Black Student Organization (BSO)

The purpose of the Black Student Organization shall be to: (1) aid the growth and development of the University of North Texas - Dallas collegiate students through culturally, socially, and academically focused programing, (2) provide community service, campus involvement, and professional development opportunities, and (3) develop and promote unity within the minority community and intensify the black voice here at this university. 

Blue Faith & Family (BFF)

The purpose of BFF is to build leaders using everything at our disposal to equip entrepreneurs with robust values centered around our relationship-model; intentional relationship initiatives, that cultivate and inspire transformative faith, families, and entrepreneurs at the University of North Texas at Dallas.

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Social Organization (BJJSO)

To educate individuals and create an environment of social learning regarding the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Providing means and education to a healthier lifestyle while building skill sets of multi facets.

Chemistry Club

A group for students interested in Chemistry.

Communication Student Organization (CSO)

To give students a voice by enhancing their communication skills.

Criminal Justice Student Association (CJSA)

The Criminal Justice Students Association is an organization designed to encourage students interested in criminal justice, as well as other interested factions of the University of North Texas at Dallas to share interests and ideas thereby supplementing and enriching our overall learning environment. The Association will assist in the expansion of programs of an educational and cultural nature which will serve the interests of the students, faculty, and administration of the University of North Texas at Dallas. In addition, the outside community will benefit from the existence of The Association at the University of North Texas at Dallas.

Dispute Mediation Society

Purpose: To promote the concepts and ideals of Mediation/Alternative Dispute Resolution to the University of North Texas at Dallas student body and community at large while helping members participate and engage in activities that help in learning and experiencing the benefits of Mediation and Conflict Resolution.

Elite Soccer Association (ESA)

An organization devoted to offering students the opportunity to share their love of soccer with their peers.

EMERGE

This student organization shall be known as Emerge at the University of North Texas at Dallas and will represent all education majors including all graduate and undergraduate specializations such as EC-6 Generalist, Bilingual and ESL, Special Education, Middle School, Secondary Education, Curriculum & Instruction, Educational Administration, etc. The name Emerge is significant because it strongly identifies our group as being the student organization affiliated with the Emerging Teaching Institute at UNTD. The name also embodies our purpose (outlined below) of helping students build community and become the best version of themselves. The mission of Emerge is to provide each student a supportive environment that promotes self-discipline, motivation, and excellence in learning.

EMPOWER

The purpose of Empower is to provide a safe sharing space for current graduate counseling students who are feeling alienated or marginalized as a result of their gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, immigration status, ethnic group, and/or age.

Finding Right & Natural Destinations (FRAND)

We are an organization that works to find right and natural destinations for homeless animals in the DFW area! We hope to be able to inform our community members on resources that they have available to them but are unaware. We do this because we want to make Southern Dallas a more accessible for our furrever friends to live in.

Fitness Club

The mission statement of the UNT Dallas Fitness Club is to engage students socially through workout, dance, sport, and all things fitness. Any student that is serious about staying fit is welcome to join. The Fitness Club wants to create a positive environment where students can get fit by setting goals, staying motivated, and most importantly; while having Fun.

Future Without Poverty

A Future Without Poverty works together with communities creating opportunities, providing resources and empowering people in a continual journey to eliminate poverty. Together we are promoting thriving communities globally with adequate opportunities for work, access to education, adequate healthcare, clean running water, nutritious food, comfortable shelter, and a hospitable environment where there exists a sense of security for everyone.  We are committed to working with the unique needs of each community, supporting that community as it grows in all areas of sustainability: Education, Enterprise, Environment and Empowerment.

Games, Anime & Comics

To provide an outlet for individuals of various fandoms to express/discuss their passions in a safe fun environment.

Gay Straight Alliance

The goal of the Gay Straight Alliance of UNT Dallas is create a safe campus community, facilitate activism on campus, and create a welcoming environment for all students regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. They work to create awareness and provide support.

Graduate Counseling Student Organization

A departmental organization providing networking and peer support for graduate students in the counseling program.

Guild of Aspiring Accounting Professionals

The purpose of the Guild of Aspiring Accounting Professionals is to assist students in becoming aware of the challenges they may encounter in the business world and provides an opportunity for the students of University of North Texas at Dallas to interact with both the professional communities. The Guild of Aspiring Accounting Professionals will work to offer its members the opportunity to meet with representatives from the business world: private firms, management accounting, public accounting, internal auditing, government, industry, and taxation. Speakers’ presentations, workshops and office visits are just a few events that GAAP offers its members.

Helping Professions Student Organization

HPSO is committed to the development and focus on preparing future leaders with the awareness, knowledge, and skills necessary to positively impact the outcome of communities in which they live and serve to develop a spirit of excellence in serving individuals, families, and communities. HPSO IS FORMED TO GIVE STUDENTS THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE THEIR POSSIBILITIES OF GROWTH IN THE FIELD WHICH THEY PURSUE.

Hospitality and Event Management Organization

Our mission is to insure students are able to gain knowledge and experience in the field of Hospitality to share with others within and beyond UNT Dallas.

Human Services Leadership Organization (HSLO)

A special interest organization with a goal of enhancing service and leadership opportunities for UNTD students.

IMAGE

IMAGE is dedicated to promoting the creativity of students at UNT Dallas and its community through photography, video, graphic design, and audio. The intent is for the club members to work together, support fellow multimedia students, and to promote a strong creative community in the greater South Dallas area.

J.A.G. Mentors

A mentoring program that allows students to make frends within mentorship and have an experienced peer mentor as well as a faculty mentor.

Jags Act!

Promote a culture of Theatre at UNT-Dallas and provide a space for students to have fun expressing their creativity.

Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc.

On April 6, 1987, Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. was officially recognized at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. The Purpose of Kappa Delta Chi is to promote the values of Unity, Honesty, Integrity and Leadership among women at colleges and universities. Through numerous service events, sisterhood retreats, and academic and cultural workshops, KDChis learn more about themselves, each other and their surrounding Universities and communities. National Website: www.kappadeltachi.org

Lambda Alpha Epsilon (ACJA-LAE)

Upsilon Nu Tau Delta is a chapter of the national collegiate law enforcement organization Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE). Objectives of the association are as follows: 1. Improve criminal justice through educational activities. 2. Foster professionalism in law enforcement personnel and agencies. 3. Promote professional, academic, and public awareness of criminal justice issues. 4. Encourage the establishment and expansion of higher education and professional training in criminal justice. 5. Provide a unified voice for professionals in, and students of, criminal justice. 6. Promote high standards of ethical conduct, professional training, and higher education within the criminal justice field.

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), founded in 1929, is the oldest and most widely respected Hispanic civil rights organization in the United States of America. Since its founding, LULAC has fought for full access to the political process and works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Our mission is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.

Lucky by Choice Leadership Alliance

In order that the powerful phenomenon of the revelation of self-worth, mental expansion, and personal development among students at The University of North Texas at Dallas may be promoted; that opportunity may be provided for leadership training and experience; that an intellectual climate may be promoted for an interchange of ideas and paradigms; and that the world’s future leaders may be thoroughly immersed with a desire for lifelong learning and growth, we dedicate ourselves as servants and comrades of The Lucky By Choice Leadership Alliance. Among us, as contemporaries, membership is a privilege; our duties to each other, our institution of higher learning, and our community are an honor. In the conduct of our affairs; Dedication, Discipline, Excellence, Integrity, and Respect shall be our guiding principles as we transform into the leaders of the future. The purpose of the Alliance shall be to stimulate the growth of tomorrow's leaders, today. The aim is to expand the capacity of individuals to take on leadership roles in school, community, business, and life; more specifically in the twelve disciplines of 1) Agriculture, 2) Business & Entrepreneurship,       3) Education, 4) Engineering & Technology, 5) Entertainment, 6) Health & Human Services, 7) Political Science, 8) Pre-Law, 9) Pre-Medical, 10) Real Estate, 11) Science, and 12) Sports Management.

National Society of Leadership & Success

The Society is the nation's largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential.  Candidacy is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction.  In addition to honorable distinction, the Society provides a step-by-step program for members to build their leadership skills through participation at their campus or online.  Upon completion of the program, members receive their leadership certificate and take their place among the top student leaders at their campus and across the country.  Members are able to list their affiliation on all statements of personal accomplishment, including their resume. Membership is for life and provides access to benefits including scholarships and awards, exclusive on-campus events, employer recruitment through an online job bank, and discounts on computers, textbooks, grad school prep courses, insurance and much more.

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., January 9, 1914, by three young African-American male students.The Founders, Honorable A. Langston Taylor, Honorable Leonard F. Morse, and Honorable Charles I. Brown, wanted to organize a Greek letter fraternity that would truly exemplify the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service. National Website: www.phibetasigma1914.org

Political Science Students Association

The Political Science Student Association is a nonpartisan organization designed to raise awareness and engage students and the community on political issues within our community, state, nation, and world. An environment in which students can express political views freely, to promote and educate students regarding current political concerns, assist students in establishing career in the Political Science, as well as host educational events including speakers, voter education campaigns, and political debates.

Pre-Health Professions Club

The purpose of UNT Dallas Pre-Health Professions Society is to prepare pre-health students for entry into their respective graduate programs following their career at UNTD. Our goal is to enhance not only our student members’ likelihood to succeed in their health career, but create a community of like-minded students that inspire and challenge each other to achieve ambitious goals. To achieve this goal, we will use several methods. We will give our members opportunities to attend informative lecture-style meetings held by local health professionals, current professional students, and science professors focused on augmenting student pre-professional development. We also will provide academic resources such as study groups and preparatory materials for student taking graduate-level entrance tests such as the MCAT, DAT, GRE, etc. In addition, we will organize community service events and shadowing opportunities with the goal of enhancing student’s overall graduate application attractiveness.

Pre-Law Society

The purpose of the University of North Texas at Dallas Pre-Law Society (PLS) is to inform interested students about the field of law, law school (admissions and procedures), employment opportunities, and related events. Additionally, the Pre-Law Society is intended to provide assistance and guidance to students applying to law school, provide opportunities to share information about relevant classes and events, and enhance general knowledge about the field of law.

Psychology Club

Psychology Club members participate in social, community, and educational events. We strive to explore psychological principles in everyday life, and ways to improve personal well being. We also want to expose students to various content areas of psychology offered within an undergraduate degree, so that all students interested in psychology will have the tools needed to succeed.

Public Health Student Association

The Public Health Student Association (PHSA) of the University of North Texas at Dallas (UNTD) dedicates itself to supporting all public health majors and students interested in public health academically and professionally by fostering a positive educational experience and promoting awareness of careers and opportunities in the field of public health. By means of education and collaboration with health organizations and agencies, we will encourage students to actively become engaged in volunteering and experiential learning in the community. PHSA's ultimate goal is to support all students interested in public health at UNTD academically, professionally, and socially.

SALUTE National Veterans Honor Society

The objectives of the organization shall be: a. To promote academic achievement of student veterans b. To provide fellowship among student veterans. c. To provide a forum for the presentation of academic success achieved by UNTD student veterans.

Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc.

On April 4th, 1986, Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity, Inc. was founded on the principles of Brotherhood, Scholarship, Community Service & Cultural Awareness. The purpose of this fraternity is to nurture and further a dynamic, values-based environment which utilizes our historically Latino based fraternity as a catalyst to better serve the needs and wants of all people.

Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc.

Recognizing our responsibility to the progression of a positive global community, we stress the importance of morals, ethics, and education in our daily lives so that we serve the needs of our neighbors through a mutual respect and understanding of our varying cultures.

Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)

A professional organization for students who want to pursue a career in Human Resources. Students will learn leadership, organization, time management and communication skills. Students will have the opportunity to meet professionals who can help with networking.

Sociology Student Association

A special interest organization that promotes community outreach and service, as well as offering information on opportunities within the field of sociology.

Spanish Student Organizations (SSO)

Spanish Student Organization (S.S.O.) The mission of the Spanish Student Organization is to promote the Spanish language and the Hispanic cultures at the University and the community.

Student Government Association (SGA)

The student governance organization that acts as representation of the student body with a focus on student leadership, service, and moral integrity.

Student Organization of Radio

The mission of the Student Organization of Radio is to provide UNTD students a platform for discussing radio, learning more about radio in DFW, and gaining applied skills in radio production and management.

Student Veterans Association

This organization provides a fellowship of like-minded individuals to create a network for students and successful alumni to aid professional and leadership development for veterans.

The Awakening

It is the organizations mission to repeat the age of enlightenment, in hopes that its members become over achievers, and honor students, by engaging with its members, of the concerns which plagues our nation on a day to day bases. Concerns such as history, Black Lives Matters, SGB4, DAACA, Identity, Religion and Philosophy, philosophy such as: “Judge me not by the color of my skin, but by my character.” To teach edification, and gratification, as well as history and identity among races. To understand the true meaning of what it means to be an American in America. As well as the role and position that we must mandate, in hopes that the members of this organization Awaken.

The P.O.N.G. Society

The P.O.N.G Society is just an official name for a group already present on campus. Our organization, is hoping to granted the title of being an organization, since we are the student body, we eat sleep study pong. I know many students have seen the table and the crowds involved in the tournaments, we are here to stay and expound on a shared love for P.O.N.G. The purpose of The P.O.N.G Society is to establish events related to ping pong, educate beginners, upkeep of equipment, and establish a hierarchy to ensure respectful use of the equipment.

The Trading Card Game Club (TCG)

This club is an opportunity for every member to learn how to play trading cards while experiencing it firsthand. 

United Nations Student Association

Encourage students to become global ambassadors for the United Nations in their local communities.

UNT Dallas Alliance of Black School Educators (ABSE)

UNTDabse is an affiliate of the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators (TASBE) which is a state affiliate of the National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE). We are a student organization created for the purpose of advocating for the success of all students; particularly those of African-American decent. We support all educators and members of the community connected to the advancement of education; particularly those who are African-American or work closely with significant percentages of African-American students and/or educators.

UNT Dallas Basketball Club

An organization devoted to providing an opportunity for the campus community to engage in recreational basketball.  The club is open to all students.

YBG (Young, Black, and Gifted) + (Young, Brown, and Gifted)

The purpose of the YBG (Young, Black, and Gifted) + (Young, Brown, and Gifted) is to provide a support system for students attending UNT Dallas, promote activities of common interest, and foster both cultural and educational benefits for all members of the students body.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was founded January 16, 1920, at Howard University, Washington, D.C. The sorority takes pride in its continued participation in transforming communities through volunteer services from members and its auxiliaries. Zeta Phi Beta has chartered hundreds of chapters worldwide and has a membership of 100,000+.