HHD Clubs & Organizations
Clubs & Organizations at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) represent the most visible and accessible avenue to student involvement. There are over 375 clubs and organizations to suit a variety of interests and needs, including social, cultural, academic, sport, faith, community service, and more. Clubs and organizations support the mission of the University by providing active involvement in co-curricular experiences. They also help to provide valuable leadership and organizational skill development opportunities.
The Active Minds Club empowers students to create a comfortable environment for open discussion of mental health issues. The club aims to change the culture at CSUF by removing the stigma that surrounds mental illness. By planning campus wide events, Active minds promotes awareness and education through providing information, leadership opportunities and advocacy training.
The Allied Health Student Association (AHSA) is an organization that aims to further connect allied health professionals socially, professionally, and academically. It is important to foster interpersonal relationships, to build a social support system, and to prepare members for graduate/professional degrees.
The American Lung Association Collegiate Council spreads awareness about the American Lung Association mission by volunteering and fundraising for the cause. Council members and volunteers can hold various roles including raising awareness through Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and participating in LUNG FORCE, to advocate changes towards clean air and lung health.
The Best Buddies Club empowers CSUF students to live out the Best Buddies mission by connecting the campus to local collage-aged students with disabilities. Best Buddies strives to facilitate friendships between a CSUF student and a student with a disability from a local adult transition program.
The Child and Adolescent Studies Student Association (CASSA) aims to provide students with opportunities to develop leadership skills and activities for social networking. CASSA promotes community service activities that directly impact the needs of children and families in our community. We also invite professionals to campus to share information about internships and employment opportunities.
The Chi Sigma Lota, Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society's mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, and excellence in counseling. They recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling.
The College of Health and Human Development Inter Club Council (HHD-ICC) strives to foster and
promote campus community among the HHD student body. The HHD-ICC promotes and aids the success of all college clubs/organizations with monetary support for events, activities, an professional conference travel funding. They also serves as an advisory board to the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs for the college.
The Eta Sigma Gamma Professional Health Education Honor Society (ESG)promotes discipline by elevating the standards, ideals, competence, and ethics of professionally prepared students in the Health Education Programs. ESG supports health education advocacy initiatives, scientific research, and networking activities among health educators and related professionals.
The Fresh Air Advocates (FAA) Club is a student run organization who work together to use peer enforcement to promote the smoke, vape, and tobacco free policy on campus. A main event FAA puts on is the Cigarette Butt clean up which brings students together to pick up cigarettes all over campus and record how many where found at the end of the day.
The Graduate Counseling Student Association (GCSA) strives to provide opportunities for support and interaction between students and faculty, to establish friendships, to encourage service to the community, and to promote professional development for all members.
The Human Services Student Association promotes professional and ethical development of its members by providing opportunities for interaction between our members, faculty, CSUF administration, and community providers.
The Jumpstart Student Association (JSA) provides literacy opportunities for young children by having college students engage in volunteer activities.
The Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society (KON) is a National Honor Society for the Human Services. KON aims to empower leaders through scholarships, research, and leadership development. Students interested in any helping professions is able to join.
The Kinesiology Student Association (KSA) offers opportunities for leadership, public speaking, and networking. KSA also coordinates academic functions, invites professionals in our field to share career opportunities, and provides information on requirements for allied health graduate programs such as P.T., O.T., P.A., etc.
The Master's of Public Health Student Association (MPHSA) promotes career development and pursuits of MPH students. MPHSA also promotes public health initiatives, and engages with the community on health and wellness initiatives.
The Masters in Social Work Student Association (MSWA) offers students scholarly development, outreach, and other activities that foster community within the social work program.
MSWA also strives to enhance the lives of local community members who face destructive acts of nature, institutional racism, and other types of injustices.
The Nursing Student Association (NSA) supports and encourages all nursing students by planning monthly meetings, social events, fundraising, and outreach activities. The NSA is affiliated with and recognized by the National Student Nurses’ Association (NASA), the only recognized student nursing society.
The Peer Health University Network (PHUN) is a student based group whose purpose is to promote healthy behaviors and practices to fellow CSUF students. PHUN provides presentations and coordinates campus outreach events on a variety of health topics affecting our college campus today. Topics include, sexual health, alcohol, sleep, stress management, mental health, and many more.
The Physical Education Teacher Education Club (Pete) strives to create a community of students in order to discuss topics/issues in physical education, network, and help each other reach a common goal. The club is a perfect place to meet other PETE students, travel to conferences, and strengthen your resume.
The Sigma Phi Omega Academic Honor Society in Gerontology, recognizes excellence of those who study and work in the field of again. SPO seeks to promote scholarship, professionalism, friendship, and services to older persons.
The Substance Abuse Awareness Prevention Student Association (SAAPSA) promotes substance abuse awareness and prevention to CSUF students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members through education, outreach, and community service. SAAPSA is an organization of students educating peers about alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse. Open to all majors.
The Titan Strong Weightlifting Club's mission is to expose students, parents and community members to the competitive sport fo weightlifting. By teaching weightlifting techniques, and fundamental movements, Titan Strong provides a friendly positive exercise environment which welcomes people of all experience, backgrounds, talents, abilities, and potential.