While these are awaiting recognition from our university or the nationally affiliated organization, you can email us for details or membership information. We have provisional societies for:
Alpha Beta Kappa – Alpha Beta Kappa’s purpose is to help private post-secondary schools, institutes, colleges, and universities though encouragement, and recognition of superior academic work and shop, studio, and laboratory training.
Kappa Alpha Omicron – Kappa Alpha Omicron is designed to offer college/university students (and faculty) working on interdisciplinary environmental issues around the world an academic home and support, a hub for networking across disciplines and countries, and some much-needed recognition for the outstanding interdisciplinary work being performed in this rapidly expanding and much needed academic discipline. The KAO honor society also promotes and encourages new students to enter environmental fields while providing a foundation to support the expansion of environmental research and contacts both here and abroad.
Pre-Physicians Club – The overarching purpose of the APUS Pre-Physician Assistant Club is to enhance the campus experience of current APUS students and alumni who specifically plan or consider applying to physician assistant (PA) programs, by creating an open forum to exchange information and network with others in the APUS community with the same shared career interests and goal.
Secular Students Club – The Secular Student Alliance is a US-American educational nonprofit organization whose purpose is to educate high school and college students about the value of scientific reason and the intellectual basis of secularism in its atheistic and humanistic manifestations. The SSA also offers these students and their organizations a variety of resources, including leadership training and support, guest speakers, discounted literature and conference tickets, and online articles and opinions.
Rotary Club – The Rotary Club brings together people from diverse backgrounds to exchange ideas, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service.
Foreign Language Club – The Foreign Language club will encourage the foreign language learning and speaking, cultural awareness and acceptance, and community pride.
Math Club – The purpose of the Math Club shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of members interested in the field of Math, to build community among members, and to advance the science and overall knowledge of the Math career.
Gamers Club – The purpose of this organization is to give those who love to play video games as a hobby a fun group to discuss and learn about today's video games.
Health Information Management Student Alliance – The mission of the association is to provide educational meetings, promote social interaction and community involvement relevant to the health information management profession.