Clubs and Organizations

The mission of Carlos Albizu University’s Office of Student Services is to support academic excellence by providing services and activities to students to facilitate their academic progress as well their professional and personal development. It is an integral part of Carlos Albizu university  to promote a sense of belonging and what a better way to foster this positive feeling than being a part of an association or group of students.

The student organizations listed below take an active role in the realization of our mission.  It is through the efforts of the student organizations that CAU provides the content and themes of the student life campaign and the distinguished lecture series.  We encourage you to join the organizations and take an active role in building upon the successes of your predecessors.  We will provide you with the opportunity to establish your footprint in both the classroom and the community.

Years from now, when the memories of long nights cramming for midterms and finals while still balancing other responsibilities fade away, you will realize that the college moments you cherish most took place outside the classroom. A huge part of a well-rounded college experience is the opportunity to explore new interests, new friends and to discover who you are.

STUDENT COUNCIL

Carlos Albizu University’s Student Council always seeks new and fresh ideas from students like you. This promotes communication, cooperation and understanding among students, faculty and administration, and also suggests ways to promote the best interests and objectives of a growing and active academic community.

The Student Council’s overall functions are to provide the students with a vocal gateway when it comes to situations that can improve the college experience at CAU. We are here to focus on creating an engaging environment that complements the rigor of your academic program. By developing a stimulating series of student life experiences, this encourages students to network outside the classroom and creates a familiar sense of community.

As part of our CAU community, Student Council members are always encouraging our students to make a voice for themselves and be a part of our “family”.

Gender and Sexual Diversity Organization

 The Gender and Sexual Diversity Organization (GSDO) has as its purpose to bring awareness of sexual and gender identity issues among CAUstudents and community members.  In addition, this organization aims to promote education and solidarity of the general population towards LGBTIQ groups.

PHI BETA LAMBDA

Phi Beta Lambda is an association which educates students who are preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. Their association has a combination of four different divisions including: Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students, FBLA Middle Level for junior high, middle and intermediate school students, PBL for postsecondary students, and The Professional Alumni Division for business people, educators and parents, who support the goals of the Association.

The mission of FBLA-PBL is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career.

NU SIGMA PSI

Nu Sigma Psi is our honor society initiated and implemented by students in the Master's Programs in the field of psychology. Nu Sigma Psi's mission recognizes outstanding academic performance and also strives to promote cooperative working relationships between students and practitioners in the field for the purpose of professional advancement.

This new honor society provides the students with opportunities for networking and community service involvement which make it possible to have a better head start in life.

American Psychological Association of Graduate Students Advocacy Coordinating Team (APAGS-ACT) - CAU Chapter

The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) is the voice of student concerns within the American Psychological Association (APA). It provides scholarships, awards, as well as opportunities for career development.  APAGS is one of the largest constituency groups of the APA, as well as the largest organized group of psychology graduate students worldwide. Through Campus Representatives (CRs), APAGS maintains an active network that engages in legislative efforts on behalf of the science and practice of psychology, in the interest of students studying, researching, and practicing psychology, and on behalf of individuals who receive psychological services.

Each CR is the point person for his or her university, not only disseminating information relevant to graduate students, but also voicing the collective concerns of graduate students to APAGS.  CAU's campus representative has created a listserv for you to communicate with your colleagues, receive local job postings and other pertinent information. If you want to join, please send an email to CAUMiamiAPAGS@yahoo.com.

The Florida Psychological Association of Graduate Students (FPAGS) - CAU Chapter

FPAGS was created to inform psychology graduates from universities in Florida about federal and state legislative issues that affect students and the profession of psychology. Members receive numerous benefits such as rental car discounts, continuing education opportunities, publications, access to forums, etc. Campus Representatives (CRs) form a network of students from each university in Florida through which FPA communicates with graduate students across the state. Through CRs, FPA maintains an active network that engages in legislative efforts on behalf of the science and practice of psychology, in the interest of students studying, researching, and practicing psychology, and on behalf of individuals who receive psychological services. 

Each CR is the point person for his or her university, not only disseminating information relevant to graduate students, but also voicing the collective concerns of graduate students to FPA.  CAU's campus representative has created a listserv for you to communicate with your colleagues, receive local job postings and other pertinent information. If you want to join, please send an email to CAUMiamiFPAGS@yahoo.com.

PSI CHI

Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate men and women who are making the study of psychology one of their major interests, and who meet the minimum qualifications. Psi Chi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Association for Psychological Science (APS).

This is a membership that is open to all graduate and undergraduate students who have or are making the study of psychology as one of their main interests, and who meet the minimum qualifications.

If you are interested in joining the CAU chapter, you may review the chapter activities by following links provided and/or make an appointment to see your campus Psi Chi representative.

Psi Chi on Google Groups (all  Psi Chi members listed in Google groups will receive emails to their personal email account via this email address  and can also send a mass response to members).

 

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