Though not technically a club, Outdoor Adventures is a program designed get members of the university community involved with the natural world through adventurous, human-powered activities. These activities inlude hiking, backpacking, mountaineering, canoeing, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, bicycle touring, cross-country skiing and caving. Environmental awareness is emphasized throughout each trip.
Green Clubs & Organizations
See detailed information about the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' clubs here
UA Geography Club members participate in community outreach programs, professional conferences, and events related to geography and development. Members work to create a dialogue around human and environment interactions across campus.
UAFWS is a student run club whose goal is to promote conservation through science and management of wildlife and aquatic ecosystems. EmailUAFishandWildlife@gmail.com for more information.
ENVAS is a student club in which members volunteer once a month for environmental improvement and hike/camp once a month.
The Watershed/Ecohydrology Club is an organization that cares about water use, the water cycle, and the role water plays within the ecosystem. The club provides networking opportunities, educational support within watershed management curriculum, and relationships with other professionals and prospective employers within the field of Ecohydrology and Resource Management.
HWRSA is a student-run organization that is part of the Hydrology and Water Resources department. HWRSA strives to bring together students, faculty, and water resource professionals by planning and promoting events, encouraging professional and social development of students within the department, and preparing students for successful careers in the field of hydrology.
GREEN promotes green chemistry and environmentally friendly practices in the realms of research and education. GREEN is dedicated to educating students of all ages about sustainability and minimization of the environmental impact produced by the chemicals and solvents used daily in industrial research and production.
The AIChE club is dedicated to cultivating a sense of community between all chemical engineering students by familiarizing new students with the department, professors, and engagement opportunities. Members participate in tutoring and mentoring students, attending community outreach events, and developing professional relationships with prospective employers.
Omega Chi Epsilon (OXE) is a national organization for chemical engineering students. The Beta Chi chapter at the University of Arizona participates in tutoring underclassmen in chemistry, physics, mathematics and chemical engineering, volunteering throughout the Tucson community, and attending socials and events related to chemical engineering.
Solar Cats is a student group that focuses on advocating for solar energy on campus through projects and outreach in the community. The club’s mission is to bring environmentally conscious students of the University together in an effort to implement a means of harnessing solar energy as a power source for the University of Arizona.