Participation in student organizations offers you opportunities for fellowship, leadership, recreation, and meaningful interaction with faculty, staff, and students. The good friends and times encountered through being actively involved on campus can help make TU home.
There are a variety of organizations to choose from. In addition, you can start your own organization.
Students are encouraged to form clubs and organizations that assist in creating networks of individuals with similar interests and psycho-social needs. Already have a great idea for a student club or organization? Click here to apply. To help you get started, please refer to the Thomas University's Student Policy 5.6.4 to read about the procedures you take to establish a club or organization. If you have further questions, email the Office of Student Life at CAB@thomasu.edu.
ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS
The Thomas University Association of Social Workers promotes the field of social work both on-campus and through the community activities.
The Delta Club is an outdoor organization whose purpose is to explore the area within the upper portions of the Ochlocknee and Aucilla river basins, which form a triangular area of land with the bottom portion lying in the Gulf of Mexico. It is the aim of the club to educate its members in all aspects of this region, wildlife, geological features, sociological and historical aspects, all within an outdoor pursuits context. Membership is open to students, faculty, staff, and community members.
PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
The objectives of Professional Management Association include uniting those interested, or engaged in the discipline of management, and promoting the understanding of social, psychological, and economic implications of scientific principles of modern management. Our goal is to accomplish this through the use of speakers, faculty as well as community business professionals, discussions, and publications. Our mission is to help provide Thomas University Students some of the resources needed to network in the business community, as well as management skills to help them develop as business professionals. â€¨Professional Management Association website
The Psychology Club is an organization open to psychology majors and those with a special interest in psychology.
TU STUDENT COUNSELING ASSOCIATION
The TU Student Counseling Association is a group of graduate counseling students who participate in community service projects and bring guest speakers to campus. TUSCA is a student affiliate organization of the Licensed Professional Counseling Association of Georgia. Our online students may participate through technology that brings guest speakers to your computer and community service projects may be done in your area, representing TUSCA. (For counseling and rehabilitation counseling students.)
THOMAS UNIVERSITY BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
The Business Association (TUBA) is an organization open to all business students. TUBA provides a means for professional and academic growth in the discipline of business. The purpose of TUBA is to promote student development in the area of business; to promote continuing development and education for currently enrolled business students and alumni; to promote ethical business practices; to foster involvement of community business professions with Thomas University and its business students.