Student Organizations

Are you looking for a way to engage in your area of study outside the classroom? Would you like to expand your network with peers and students?

All students are welcome to join one or more student organizations. Involvement in student organizations at Purdue Global allows you to enhance your education through student development opportunities, industry speakers, and workshops tailored to your field of study.

Additionally, students can learn leadership skills by serving on an organization’s board, include the experience and membership on their resume, and gain access to the resources offered by the individual organization.

Get Involved

Take an active role in your education by joining a student organization at Purdue Global today.

For more information or to request to join, email

Clubs and Groups

These organizations are open enrollment, meaning that you can sign up at any time. Just log into Purdue Global Campus and fill out the membership form(s).

The organizations are overseen by an elected team of Purdue Global student leaders and volunteer faculty advisor(s). These individuals arrange events and distribute communications that encourage engagement throughout the Purdue Global community and their student members.

  • Autism Speaks U

    Autism Speaks U at Purdue Global furthers the mission of the national organization by engaging campus and local communities through awareness, education, and fundraising. In so doing, it positively affects the lives of those with autism spectrum disorders and their families.    

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  • Cloud Club

    The Cloud Club’s mission is to educate Purdue Global IT students in all things related to cloud computing, so they will be better prepared for job interviews and can include important credentials on their resumes, providing an edge against other applicants. The cloud permeates most businesses and industries, and it is imperative for our IT students to have strong, current knowledge in this field. Additionally, the Cloud Club builds leadership skills by providing opportunities to participate in and lead practical cloud-related projects. For faculty, the Cloud Club provides ways to interact with students outside of the classroom. The Cloud Club brings students, student leaders, and faculty together to promote an interactive and collaborative way to learn about cloud computing. 

  • Cybersecurity Club

    The Cybersecurity Club brings together Purdue Global students and faculty who want to cultivate further interest across all areas of cybersecurity. Topics and tools may vary depending on patterns, trends, and continued evolution in cybersecurity, but the club’s collective focus is to engage, collaborate, and inspire future leaders and engineers in cybersecurity.    

  • Digital Authority of Technology Association (DATA)

    The Digital Authority of Technology Association (DATA) is a student organization for students from diverse backgrounds in the information technology industry. DATA offers specific areas for cybersecurity, cloud technology, and analytics, but all students, at all levels, are encouraged to join and collaborate. The organization provides a structure for learning both outside and in the academic classroom. The activities are designed for students to gain new skills, study for certifications, and prepare for academic competitions and the real-world scenarios they will face in their careers. 

  • Human Services Club

    The Human Services Club looks to increase awareness of the field of human services and social issues impacting individuals and families; to determine ways to serve and help the communities that we all live in; and to gain exposure to the broader aspects of the field of human services through guest speakers and career information. 

  • Law Society

    Purdue Global Law Society promotes the engagement of students in understanding and participating in key legal issues involving justice, public policy, and environmental law and policy. The Purdue Global Law Society is committed to providing a forum for students interested in law-related fields to learn more through networking, community involvement, political involvement, and potential mentoring opportunities. The society is overseen by an elected team of Purdue Global student leaders and faculty advisor(s) who are tasked with arranging events such as webinars featuring speakers from a variety of law-related fields and sessions on career opportunities. 

  • Opportunities With Life Studies (OWLS)

    The Opportunities With Life Studies (OWLS) club provides a forum for students to encourage and support one another; actively develop services and activities for the benefit of the student body; deliver feedback to the University; celebrate their unique talents; and identify the specific needs of nontraditional students.   

  • Psychology Club

    The Psychology Club encourages excellence and leadership through sharing of the experience, wonder, and knowledge of psychology. 

  • Public Safety Club

    The Public Safety Club unites students in developing and maintaining a high standard of education and enhancing their understanding of the various aspects of public safety. We aim to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence among all students and faculty at Purdue Global, particularly those in the field of public safety. In doing so, we will encourage networking and promote employment opportunities, provide educational opportunities, and stimulate discussions related to the interests of our members.  

  • Science Club

    The Science Club is a student-led organization that aims to provide an outlet for students to achieve a deeper understanding of the different types of science and how they apply to daily life.

Honor Societies

These organizations are by invitation only. If you are eligible during the invitation period, an invitation will be sent to your primary email address.

The Purdue Global chapters are overseen by an elected team of Purdue Global student leaders and volunteer faculty advisor(s). These individuals arrange events and distribute communications that encourage engagement throughout the Purdue Global community and their student members.

Student Associations

These organizations are open to students who meet the specific criteria listed by the organization. If you meet those criteria, you can join by logging into Purdue Global Campus and completing the membership form(s). 

Associations are overseen by an elected team of Purdue Global student leaders and volunteer faculty advisor(s). These individuals arrange events and distribute communications that encourage engagement throughout the Purdue Global community and their student members.

  • Business and Management Student Association

    The Business and Management Student Association strives to provide undergraduate and graduate business students an opportunity to connect with valuable resources and acquire the knowledge to help prepare them to become successful and competent business leaders.

  • Educators Association

    The Educators Association looks to encourage, create, support, and maintain engaged learning in the arts and sciences.

  • Graduate Information Technology Association (GITA)

    The mission of the Graduate Information Technology Association (GITA) is to recognize, promote, and foster outstanding leadership and IT experience within the School of Business and Information Technology. GITA welcomes Purdue Global alumni and currently active Purdue Global undergraduate and graduate students who are not direct candidates for the PGIP-Technology internship.

    GITA members may have been previous interns who are inclined to give back to the internship by applying their experience, skills, and abilities to helping interns prepare to enter an IT or cybersecurity career. GITA members may also be current students who are pursuing their degree in IT but have no experience in the industry. These members are given an opportunity to experience real-world projects alongside their academic courses.

  • Society for Human Resource Management

    Known as “The Voice of All Things Work,” the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the largest human resources organization in the world, with over 300,000 members. It provides the most comprehensive set of resources available to the HR management professional. It is committed to advancing the human resource profession and the capabilities of all human resource professionals to ensure that HR is an effective partner in developing and executing organizational strategies.

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  • Student Military Association

    The Purdue Global Student Military Association is open to active-duty servicemembers, prior military, military spouses, military dependents, and prior military faculty and staff. The association seeks to build relationships with students that foster the completion of classes and graduation. Networking and career-building tools aid members in pursuing appropriate employment postgraduation. The Association provides tools to help develop the esprit de corps enjoyed in the military here at Purdue Global.

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