MESA is a non-political society that brings together scholars, educators, and students interested in the study of the Middle East. Members participate in events and discuss ideas related to the Middle East and the culture, politics, and the environment of that area of the world.
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.
ENVAS is a student club in which members volunteer once a month for environmental improvement and hike/camp once a month.
GPS provides students in the University of Arizona’s Planning Program with the support and professional tools necessary to develop leadership skills in the development of vital communities by advocating excellence in community planning, promoting education and citizen empowerment, and providing the tools and support necessary to meet the challenges of growth and change.
CAPLA Student Council members serve on the Dean's College leadership team. With representatives from all of the CAPLA student organizations, the Council facilitates cross-disciplinary activities, and provides leadership for greater student involvement in service projects, school-wide events, and other initiatives.
ASLA is a student-run organization united to develop and enhance the environment we live in through landscape architecture. This organization provides its members contacts with other students, schools and professionals locally and nationwide.
AIAS is a student-run organization dedicated to providing information and resources on issues critical to architectural education, including sustainable design. AIAS provides a sense of community for members and allows members to combine their efforts to advance the art and science of architecture.
The Bio5 Ambassadors is a volunteer and honorary organization affiliated with the Bio5 Institute. The Bio5 Institute works to find bold solutions to complex, biology-based challenges affecting humanity. Members of this student club represent Bio5’s interdisciplinary and collaborative mission. They also represent a variety of colleges and departments throughout UA and work together on projects that promote collaboration and science literacy.
The Anthropology Club is a student-run organization dedicated to the promotion of all anthropological subdisciplines both in the field and in the classroom. The club’s goal is to encourage student discussion and interaction. Members participate in meetings, social activities, and special events related to anthropology.
U of A's law school is the only school in the country to offer three law degrees that concentrate on Indian and indigenous peoples law. This is a good post-undergraduate option for students that enjoy this minor and want to continue to make environmental change through understanding of indigenous cultures.