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Academic and Professional Organizations
  • These organizations assist you in networking with others, connecting your co-curriculars with your career or major, and further enhances your professional development.

    American Marketing Association

    The AMA is a professional association for individuals and organizations leading the practice, teaching and development of marketing knowledge worldwide.

    Capital University Accounting Association

    To promote interest in the fields of accounting and business through the study of accounting and related topics, information about career opportunities and social activities.

    Capital University Education Society

    CUES is a pre-professional organization dedicated to the professional education and advancement of all teacher education students and candidates. All education majors are encouraged to join in order to further professional development, socialize with other education majors, and serve children and young adults during volunteer opportunities in local schools and community agencies. All interested students and teacher education candidates may contact the education department office, or CUES officers and advisers. 

    Capital University Society of Sports Management

    The mission of the Capital University Society of Sport Management is to educate, promote, and cultivate sport management opportunities for students on campus while developing professional development skills in the process.

    Capital University Student Nurses Association

    CUSNA (Capital University Student Nurses Association) connects nursing students with each other to share advice, lend support and provide tips on how to make the most of your experience with the nursing program. CUSNA also reaches out to the community and supports different events throughout the year.

    Chemistry Club

    Capital's Chemistry Club's furthers the academic, professional and social lives of chemistry majors and minors while promoting service to our campus and community. We work in conjunction with Tri-Beta and the Life Science Organization, in many cases, to present chemistry demonstrations and to provide other service opportunities to our members.

    Council for Exceptional Children

    The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is an international professional development organization for educators. Members receive numerous benefits, including a subscription to two scholarly journals with the latest developments in the fields of intervention and gifted education. As a student chapter on campus, our mission is to promote the dignity and worth of all individuals through advocacy and inclusiveness.

    Finance Association

    The Finance Association of Capital’s (FAC) mission is to further the career paths of our students through education and professionalism. Through our actions, we will produce a foundation of ethics, tenacity, rigor, and analytics for which our members will stand upon. The FAC is a student organization for students from the School of Management and Leadership who have an interest in a career in finance. The FAC will help students learn more about career and internship opportunities in the finance industry as well as help students become involved with local financial professional organizations.

    The Fuller Society

    The Fuller Society provides a non-partisan forum for students to discuss and better understand social and political issues by fostering healthy discussion on campus. The organization promotes the exchange of differing perspectives to educate the Capital community.

    Life Sciences Organization

    The Life Sciences Organization is a group that welcomes all majors and has an emphasis on services and science development. We participate in many service projects through the year, as well as help our members explore various professional programs. We also have a social aspect where we organize acitivties on and off campus including an annual white rafting trip.

    Modern Languages Club

    Our mission is to learn about the languages and cultures of the world in a fun and social way. We will explore the cultural differences and similarities in our world while learning fun phrases in other languages.


    Pre-Law Society's purpose is to aid students in preparing to begin a legal career. The Pre-Law Society strives to introduce students to different facets and fields of law. Pre-Law Society also exists to provide additional preparation for application to law school, through early LSAT preparation and LSAT practice tests. Additionally, the club's purpose is to make students aware of what a law school admissions office like to see on an application.

    Public Relations Student Society of America

    As a national Society of more than 10,000 students, PRSSA provides you with unmatched professional development opportunities tailored specifically for students. Capital University’s chapter of PRSSA offers exciting speakers, projects, and professional development experiences. Join PRSSA and take advantage of the many ways it can enhance your education, broaden your network, and launch your career.

    Student Social Work Association

    SSWA is for social work majors and minors that help bridge the gap between academics and the application of social work. The organization provides an opportunity for students to be involved in social work activities and service projects, and encourages students to be involved in professional organizations, such as the National Association of Social Workers. The SSWA sponsors various activities on campus and within the community, as well as advocacy initiatives on behalf of meaningful causes.