Active Student Organizations

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Below is a list of all active Student Organizations during the 2013-2014 Academic Year

*Asterik notes an active organization

*Advertising Club (PUCAC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

Allure (ALLR)

*Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc
Greek Organization

*Alpha Psi Lambda Fraternity, Inc
Greek Organization

*Amateur Radio Society (PARS)
Special Interest Group

*American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority

*American Red Cross ClubAmerican Society of Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority

*American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority

*Biology Club (BC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Black Student Union (BSU)
Multicultural Organization

*Boots & Bridle (BOBR)
Professional & Departmental Organization

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club (BJJC)
Sports Related

Campus Ministeries (CM)
Religious Organization

Chemistry & Physics Club (CPC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Chi Alpha (CA)
Religious Organization

*Chinese Student Association (CSA)
Multicultural Organization

*Chronicle (C)
Publication

*Civil Engineering Club (CEC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*College Mentor for Kids (CMFK)
Special Interest Group

*Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Criminal Justice Club (CJC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Cyber Incident Response Club

Crux (CRX)
Arts Organization

*ECHO PC (ECHO)
Religious Organization

*Environmental Club
Special Interest Group

*Finance and Accounting Club(formerly FMAS) (FAC)
Professional & Departmental Organization Fine Arts Student Association (FASA)
Arts Organization

*Fine Arts Student Association
Professional & Departmental Organization Fine Arts Student Association (FASA)
Arts Organization

*First Friday Wordsmiths (FFW)
Arts Organization

*Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Inc.
Greek Organization

*Graduate English and Communication Organization
Professional & Departmental Organization

*HTM Club (HTMC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Immersive 3-D Graphics
Professional & Departmental Organization

Improv (IMPRV)
Arts Organization

Indiana Student Education Association (ISEA)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Information Systems Student Association (ISSA)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Professional & Departmental Organization

International Student Organization (ISO)
Multicultural Organization

*InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)
Religious Organization

*Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Questioning and Allies  (LGBTQQA)
Special Interest Group

Los Latinos (LL)
Multicultural Organization

Material Advantage PUC Chapter (MAAD)
Special Interest Group

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority

Not So Special Interests Group (NSSIG)
Special Interest Group

*Nursing Club 09 (NC-09)
Professional & Departmental Organization

Nursing Club (NC-10)
Professional & Departmental Organization

Phi Alpha Theta/History Association (PAT)
Greek Organization

*Pi Sigma Alpha (Pi SA)
Greek Organization

Political Science Association (PSA)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Pre-Pharmacy Club (PPC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Problems in PR (PPR)
Professional & Departmental Organization

Professional Arts Alliance (PAAL)
Arts Organization

*PsiChi (PC)
Greek Organization

*Psychology Club (PsyC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Purdue A Cappella Club (PAAC)
Arts Organization

Purdue Calumet Honors Association (PCHA)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority

Purdue Toastmasters Club (PTMC)
Special Interest Group

Purdue University Calumet Construction Organization (PUCCO)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Purdue University Gamers Guild (PUGG)
Special Interest Group

Purdue University Calumet Graduate Student Association (PUCGSA)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority

*Purdue University Marketing Association (PUMA)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Saudi Student Association (SAUSA)

School of Technology Student Council (STSC)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority

*Secular Student Alliance (SSA)
Religious Organization

*Social Justice Club (SJC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
Professional & Departmental Organization

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority

Student Employee Organization (SEO)
Professional & Departmental Organization

Students Research & Development Association (SRDA)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Tau Alpha Pi (TAP)
Greek

*Tau Phi Sigma Multicultural Fraternity, Inc. (TPMF)
Greek Organization

*Tomodachi Anime Organization (TAO)

*University Village Hall Council (UVHC)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Vanity Modeling Troupe (VMT)
Special Interest Group

*Veterans Enlisted Students Association (VESA) Special Interest Group

Women in Business (WIB)
Professional & Departmental Organization

*Zeta Sigma Chi (ZSC)
Greek Organization


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Advertising Club (PUCAC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The purpose of this American Advertising Federation is to provide and promote a better understanding of the functions of advertising and of its values. The organization also stimulates and encourages advertising professionalism through advertising education. Students apply the skills, creativity, and energy of advertising to help solve social problems.

Allure (ALLR)
Allure is an organization to create a sisterhood among college aged women through Christ and fellowship.  The sisterhood will gain long lasting friendships as well help the women to gain self confidence. Helping the youunger generation is one of our main focuses.

Alpha Phi Alpha (APL)
Greek Organization
Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African-Americans, was founded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on December 4th, 1906 by seven college men who recognized the need for a strong bond of Brotherhood among African descendants in this country. Alpha Phi Alpha today continues its commitment to members of the Fraternity and the African-American community through its mission: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities. True to its form as the “first of firsts,” Alpha Phi Alpha has been interracial since 1945. The TAU UPSILON CHAPTER was chartered here on Purdue University Calumet campus in spring of 2005 and has since then held the light of Alpha staying true to the aim of the fraternity: Manly deeds, Scholarship, and Love for all Mankind.

Alpha Psi Lambda (APL)
Greek Organization
This group provides a supplementary educational, social, and cultural experience for its members. It is an advocate for the needs and concerns of the Hispanic/Latino students and promotes positive relations between the Greek system, the university administration and the outside community. It’s purpose is to enhance the student’s educational experience through social and cultural activities and to assist in the development of members’ leadership ability.


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Amateur Radio Society (PARS)
Special Interest Group
The purpose of the PARS organization is to advance the general interest and welfare of Amateur Radio.

American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority
The American Association of University Women at Purdue University Calumet seeks to advance women’s equity and education through mentorship programs, philanthropy, community outreach and scholarly presentations. We are commited to disseminating information, raising awareness, and effecting change in the lives of women and girls. We value and seek a diverse membership; therefore, there shall be no barriers to participation in this orginization based on gender, race, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or class.

American Society of Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority
This organization provides access to new technologies; offers professional development opportunities; creates opportunities for networking; and hosts career development programs.


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American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority
The objective of ASME at PUC is to advance and disseminate knowledge of theory and practice of mechanical engineering, the presentation of a proper perspective of engineering work and the opportunity to become acquainted with personnel and activities of the Society as well as to promote a professional awareness and fellowship.

Biology Club (BC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Biology Club provides excellent opportunities for students from all majors to get to know faculty, staff, and fellow students who have an interest in the biological sciences. It gives students the chance to interact with the community through programs and it promotes the awareness of career opportunities and graduate studies in Biology. The Biology Club is a great way to learn about Biology through recreational activities.

Black Student Union (BSU)
Multicultural Organization
The purpose of the Black Student Union is to provide encouragement and support for academic and social growth at Purdue University Calumet. BSU provides an organized collective structure that defines, protects and develops the interest of Black students. It seeks to enlighten the entire University community and to share its commitment, talent and strength. To this end, BSU engages in discussion groups, social gatherings and service activities and invites any PUC students to join, regardless of race, creed or ethnic origin.


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Boots & Bridle (BOBR)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The purpose of the Purdue Calumet Boots and Bridle Club is to promote equine activities and education. To help horse enthusiasts become better horseman/horsewomen. No equine background is needed; however, students should have a positive outlook on equine species. Visit their website

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club (BJJC)
Sports Related

Campus Ministeries (CM)
Religious Organization
Not Provided.


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Chemistry & Physics Club (CPC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Chemistry and Physics Club provides access to new technologies; offers professional development opportunities; creates opportunities for networking; and hosts career development programs.

Chi Alpha (CA)
Religious Organization
Chi Alpha offers students a venue for fellowship with people of same beliefs.

Chinese Student Association (CSA)
Multicultural Organization
PUC Chinese Student Association (CSA) is an official PUC-recognized non-profit organization. CSA has been established for more than 5 years. Under the fruitful lead of Prof. Qian Zhou, we have more than 100 official members, including 30 graduate students and 70 undergraduate students. The main mission of our organization is to serve the needs of our members, share Chinese traditional culture with all PUC community, and facilitate communication within the large Chinese community both on and off PUC campus.


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Chronicle (C)
Publication
The Chronicle is dedicated to reporting campus news and events. It publishes weekly issues during the spring and fall semesters and offers a wide variety of journalistic experiences to the prospective student-member. From attending workshops with professional journalists to designing paper layouts, a student-member can discover the fascinating world of the newspaper. #http://www.pucchronicle.com/#

Civil Engineering Club (CEC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
Not Provided.

College Mentor for Kids (CMFK)
Special Interest Group
College Mentors for Kids is a nonprofit organization that allows students from Thomas Jefferson Elementary School to come to the Purdue University Calumet’s campus.  To promote further education, the students participate in activities with their Big Buddies that are both educational and interactive.College Mentors for Kids provides an excellent opportunity for all students tom gain experience working with others while positively contributing to the lives of elementary students in the Region. Website http://blogs.purduecal.edu/cmfk/puc/


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Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)
Professional & Departmental Organization
Informs, supports, and inspires college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation.

Criminal Justice Club (CJC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The purpose of the Criminal Justice Club is to educate fellow students about our criminal justice system through guest lectures, tours of criminal justice agencies, debates, conferences, and seminars, and also to update the student body on all state and federal law enforcement exams. The Criminal Justice Club would also like to strengthen the relationship between the students and faculty of the Criminal Justice department.

Crux (CRX)
Arts Organization
The purpose of this organization is to bring culture and arts to the Purdue University Calumet campus and, also, to enrich the minds of students, peers and faculty through the art of dance.


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ECHO PC (ECHO)
Religious Organization
ECHO PC provides students with an opportunity to explore faith & religion by asking questions and engaging in discussion. It also meets regularly for worship and a short teaching about God. www.echohim.com

Environmental Club
Public Action Group
The environmental Club of Purdue University Calumet champions the multifaceted campus sustainability initiative and collaborates with students, faculty, staff, and administrators to create a culture of conservation. By conserving today, we may preserve the promise of tomorrow.

Finance and Accounting Club (formerly FMAS) (FAC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Finance and Accounting Club (FAC) seeks to assist with the professional, educational, and social development of members by providing opportunities for interaction between business practitioners, faculty and fellow students on topics relating to finance and accounting. http://blogs.purduecal.edu/fac

Fine Arts Student Association (FASA)
Arts Organization
The purpose of the Fine Arts Student Associations is to create an environment for Purdue aspiring artists to produce artwork for campus and public display.


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First Friday Wordsmiths (FFW)
Arts Organization
First Friday Wordsmiths, a community of creative writers composed of PUC students, alumni, faculty and staff, meets the first Friday of each month at 4 PM in The Writing Center, CLO-265. It workshops all genres of original creative texts; networks about the business of writing; discuss literature; and plans to participate in events, whether by hosting a campus poetry slam or attending creative writing festivals and conferences across the country. The organization is open to new voices and encourages guests to visit its meetings or events or to friend it on Facebook. For further information, please contact First Friday Wordsmiths at firstfridaywordsmiths@gmail.com.

Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority Inc. (GPO)
Gamma Phi Omega is a non-exclusive Latina-oriented sorority established to provide academic excellence, community service opportunities, cultural awareness, and sisterhood to all interested women at the Purdue Calumet campus.

HTM Club (HTMC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
HTM of PUC  will seize the chance to have fun and get involved, meet others, sharpen skills, serve the community and  prepare students for their  future career in the hospitality industry. The HTM Club will consist of community service, academic and networking components. HTM Club seeks to promote interaction between students and the hospitality and tourism industry.

Facebook:    http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-HTM-Club/329373310415944  

Twitter:  http://twitter.com/#!/TheHTMClub 

Improv (IMPRV)
Arts Organization
Improv is a group where people can learn improv and get help with the fear of public speaking. It is comedy, and it will do shows in the future.


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Indiana Student Education Association (ISEA)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Indiana Student Education Association welcomes all students interested in careers as future educators. This organization keeps abreast of changes in certification and newly mandated testing and laws in the field of education. It plans local campus activities and seminars that benefit and relate to future educators.

Information Systems Student Association (ISSA)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The purpose of ISSA is to help members in their professional, educational, and social development through interactions with business practitioners, faculty, and fellow students on information systems topics.

Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Professional & Departmental Organization
Founded in 1884, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) is an international technical professional society devoted to advancing the theory and application of electrical engineering, electronics and computing. Website http://www.ieee.org/index.html


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International Student Organization (ISO)
Multicultural Organization
This organization welcomes all students to participate in a culturally diversified team and broaden their own understanding of different cultures. ISO seeks to establish a constructive cultural community by creating a platform for sharing of cultural experiences. By providing students from different countries with opportunities to interact, ISO helps them develop lasting friendships and socialize with cultures around the world.

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)
Religious Organization
The purpose of INTERVARSITY is to build a collegiate fellowship that engages the Purdue Calumet campus with the gospel of Jesus Christ and makes disciples who live out biblical values. INTERVARSITY chapters are on over 800 campuses across the United and on some 20 campuses in Indiana. If you’re a Christian and would be interested in meeting with other Christians through bible study, prayer and various camps and conferences throughout the year… then INTERVARSITY IS FOR YOU! If you’re interested in knowing more about the person of Jesus Christ and what it means to follow him, then we extend to you an invitation to come and discover this person who over 2,000 years ago revolutionized the world through his radical teachings. All are welcome! There are no chapter dues. For more information, e-mail intervarsity89@gmail.com.


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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Questioning and Allies (LGBTQQA)
Special Interest Group
To support and inform the LGBT community as well as the straight community. To make all parties feel more comfortable on campus.

Los Latinos (LL)
Multicultural Organization
Los Latinos is a multi-cultural student organization, open to all students. Los Latinos educates its members as well as the public on the Latin-American culture. The organization focuses on the social, cultural and academic needs of all students as well as those related to the Latin-American Culture.


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Material Advantage PUC Chapter (MAAD)
Special Interest Group
Material Advantage is a program specifically created for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in materials science engineering programs at universities worldwide, to combine the individual benefits of four societies into one great advantage to students at one low-cost ($25) membership fee. The four societies are: The American Ceramic Society (ACerS); The Association for Iron & Steel Technology (AIST); ASM International® (ASM); The Minerals, Metals, & Materials Society (TMS).

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority
The objective of this organization is to achieve 100% participation, retention, and graduation of Black Engineering Students at Purdue University Calumet. Website http://blogs.purduecal.edu/nsbe/

No So Special Interests Group (NSSIG)
Special Interest Group
Not Provided.


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Nursing Club (NC-10)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The purpose of the Nursing Club is to promote nursing within the University Community as well as surrounding communities. To assist in philanthropic endeavors. To support the education of all nursing students.

Nursing Club 09 (NC-09)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The purpose of the Nursing Club is to promote nursing within the University Community as well as surrounding communities. To assist in philanthropic endeavors. To support the education of all nursing students.

Phi Alpha Theta/History Association (PAT)
Greek Organization
Phi Alpha Theta is a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. It seeks to bring students, teachers and writers of history together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publications by its members in a variety of ways.


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Pi Sigma Alpha (Pi SA)
Greek Organization
Pi Sigma Alpha at Purdue University Calumet represents a branch of the National Political Science Honor Society. Its main purpose is to recognize and honor high academic achievement in the field of political science studies. Our branch on campus admits any student that is interested in the study of politics, government, and civil society. The events that we focus mostly on are political rallies, debates, panels that are of significant importance for the American domestic and foreign policy as well as world related political matters.

Political Science Association (PSA)
Professional & Departmental Organization
Not Provided.

Pre-Pharmacy Club (PPC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
This organization supports students who are interested in Pharmacy careers by encouraging involvement through group activities.


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Problems in PR (PPR)
Professional & Departmental Organization
Problems in PR is a 3 credit course that is mandatory for all Public Relations majors. This course gives you the oppurtunity to get hands on experience with real companies. The objective is to form your own communication firm and perform an extensive internal and external audit on a company. Past years have done Avery Dennision, City of Hammond, Prompt Ambulance, and NIPSCO. The course instructor is Thomas Roach.

Professional Arts Alliance (PAAL)
Arts Organization
To Professional Arts Alliance has been organized to create an atmosphere where peers can mentor, network, and socialize while enjoying mutual interests and applying artistic ambitions to professional training.

Psi Chi (PC)
Greek Organization
Psi Chi is the International Honor Society for Psychology. It honors Psychology majors who have taken a substantial number of credit hours in psychology and who hold a high GPA.


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Psychology Club (PsyC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Psychology Club is a club to learn about the different fields in psychology, graduate school, and research/ internship opportunities.  It is also a place to meet professors and get to know them on a more personal level.  Psychology Club will also be a place to get involved in the campus community by doing service projects, hosting speakers and psychology movie nights, and offering fun events on campus.

Purdue A Cappella Club (PAAC)
Arts Organization


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Purdue Calumet Honors Association (PCHA)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority
The Purdue Calumet Honors Association promotes and perpetuates the Purdue Calumet Honors Program.

Purdue Toastmasters Club (PTMC)
Special Interest Group
The Purdue Toastmasters Club empowers its members to achieve their full potential and realize their dreams. Through our club, members can improve their communication and leadership skill, and find the courage to change.

Purdue University Calumet Construction Organization (PUCCO)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The objectives and purposes of this organization are to unite and promote fellowship among those interested in the construction industry; to familiarize the campus public with the professional character of the construction industry; to expand the student members’ knowledge of the construction industry and practices; and to promote communications between student members and contractors.


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Purdue University Calumet Graduate Student Association (PUCGSA)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority
The Purdue University Calumet Graduate Student Association (PUCGSA) is to build a communication platform for all the graduate students from different academic areas can communicate with each other, acquiring latest and hottest information from students in other fields.

Purdue University Gamers Guild (PUGG)
Special Interest Group
The Purdue University Gamers’ Guild (PUGG) exists to provide table top gaming enthusiasts access to other players, information, and resources. PUGG also allows students from different academic backgrounds a chance to interact in a fun and safe environment.

Purdue University Marketing Association (PUMA)
Professional & Departmental Organization
PUMA teaches students about the many aspects of marketing. Members gain practical experience by participating in activities and listening to guest speakers in the marketing profession. PUMA meets regularly and participates in community service activities. Follow PUMA on Facebook.


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Saudi Student Association (SAUSA)
The main purpose of this organization is to make the communication between the Saudi student, university, and the Saudi Arabia clearer. Showcase the Saudi Culture. Participate in the University’s events as a Saudi participation.

School of Technology Student Council (STSC)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority
The purpose of the School of Technology Student Council is to provide an open forum of students who exchange ideas and make recommendations to the Dean regarding the diversified needs, policies, academic programs, and overall quality of life for the School of Technology’s student body.  The Council’s objectives are: To enhance student-faculty engagement by recognizing outstanding leadership from our faculty and students; To promote, develop, and participate in the School of Technology’s events and opportunities; To build and maintain relationships with other student organizations; To create innovative ways of educating the university’s students and surrounding community about the various fields of study within the School of Technology; To increase student success by providing student-peer mentors.

Secular Student Alliance (SSA)
Religious Organization
The purpose of the Secular Student Alliance is to educate college students and the public about the value of scientific reason and the intellectual basis of secularism in its atheistic and humanistic manifestations. Also to provide an outlet for secular Purdue University Calumet students to meet like-minded individuals.


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Social Justice Club (SJC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Social Justice Club is open to all members of the campus community. The club sponsors many events and activities intended to make the world a more humane place.

Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM)
Professional & Departmental Organization
This organization’s purpose is to provide and promote a better understanding of the functions and values of Human Resource Management. The group informs students of current developments in the field and endeavors to develop a nucleus of truly professional human resource managers. Emphasis is on developing the individual abilities of its members and promoting fellowship and the free exchange of ideas.

Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Society of Automotive Engineers is about more than engineering and manufacturing. It’s an adventure for all PUC students. A cross-functional team of students gets together to lead, plan and implement solutions to problems that face the selected project.


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Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The purpose of SHPE is to provide a professional atmosphere which will cater to the needs of Hispanics and other minority groups whom attend Purdue Calumet. Such needs include the following: Increase the number of Hispanic students in the engineering disciplines at Purdue University Calumet; Promote the advance of Hispanic engineers technologists, and scientists in education and employment; Develop and participate in programs with industry and the university which benefit students seeking technical degrees; Improve the retention of Hispanic students to fulfill their career goals within the collegiate and high school levels.

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)
Honorary & Professional Fraternity/Sorority
The purpose of this organization is to inform young women, their parents, counselors and the public of the qualifications and achievements of women in engineering and the opportunities available to them. Also, members engage in community service activities.

Student Employee Organization (SEO)
Professional & Departmental Organization
Student Employee Organization provides PUC student employees, currently seeking and/or active, a place to build and strengthen skills, network with PUC faculty, staff, and community members, and share work experiences for furthering success within future professional career goals. Membership is open to all! SEO has monthly member information tables, monthly meetings held on-campus, Blackboard online discussion forums, scheduled speakers from on-campus employers and/or outside resources, back-to-school/end-of-year gatherings, and outreach once a year to local high school seniors promoting PUC, SEO, and the importance of campus involvement as a whole.


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Students Research & Development Association (SRDA)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Students’ Research and Development Association (SRDA) aims are: to support students’ development in academic field, and to encourage PUC undergraduate and graduate students to engage with PUC faculty members for collaborative research, by providing exposure to the business and economic situation of the world as well as different cultures. In addition, SRDA seeks to support the interests of students in research and to enhance the PUC experience of the overall community by providing an awareness of and connection to relevant issues and opportunities within the PUC community.

Tau Alpha Pi (TAP)
Greek
The purpose of Tau Alpha Pi is to recognize scholarly achievement among technology students. It offers membership to outstanding students, and it produces desirable qualities of personality, intellect and character among members. Activities include seminars, tutoring sessions and fundraisers that support the values of Tau Alpha Pi and are appropriate to the goals of the university. #http://blogs.calumet.purdue.edu/taualphapi#

Tau Phi Sigma Multicultural Fraternity, Inc. (TPMF)
Greek Organization
Tau Phi Sigma Multicultural Fraternity is comprised of the men of Tau Phi Sigma. The organization actively pursues the infinite opportunities of higher education and scholarship that are paramount for all people. It facilitates and participates in programs that help local religions and people of all backgrounds.


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Tomodachi Anime Organization (TAO)
Not Provided.

University Village Hall Council (UVHC)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The UVHC represents the residential living facility students in all aspects of campus life. #http://www.gouvhc.com#

Vanity Modeling Troupe (VMT)
Special Interest Group
Vanity Modeling Troupe strives to help the men and women of the campus to gain self-confidence; express self-image; acquire team leadership skills and effective communication skills; become active on the campus and community through the troupe by expressing themselves through dance, fashion and culture.


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Veterns Enlisted Students Association (VESA)
Special Interest Group
The purpose of this organization is to provide veterans, enlisted and dependents a means of socialization and support. #http://blogs.purduecal.edu/vesa/2010/02/05/vesa/#

Women in Business (WIB)
Professional & Departmental Organization
The Women in Business organization gives its members the knowledge, resources, and support necessary to succeed through the progression of their education and profession. The special topic seminars provided by the organization enables its members to compete in their field and build their self-esteem. The organization provides its members the opportunity to foster relationships with current students, faculty, alumni, and professionals. Ultimately, the Women in Business organization is a tool to help its members develop as successful individuals, leaders, and community members.

Zeta Sigma Chi (ZSC)
Greek Organization
Zeta Sigma Chi Multicultural,Inc. Purpose is to  unify all women from diverse cultures for one common goal success in education. We strive to create a strong sisterhood that understands the importance of multiculturalism. As well as provide service to the community.


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