Organizations Directory

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African Student Association (ASA)

The purpose of the Webster University African Student Association is to serve as a platform where members will come and discuss about African issues as well as sharing their culture. This association is to also organize events where every body can come

Alpha Lambda Pi (Accounting Club)

Our goal is to offer personal and professional enrichment of career development opportunities for students engaged in the study of Accountancy through networking and carefully planned business events.

American Choral Directors Association (Webster University Student Chapter) (ACDA)

The Webster University Student Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association is committed to serving the professional development needs of Webster University's young choral directors and choral music educators.

American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA)

AIGA - the American Institute of Graphic Arts - is the professional association for design, is the place design professionals turn to first to exchange ideas and information, participate in critical analysis and research and advance

American Sign Language Club (ASL Club)

Let your hands do the talking! Our mission is to connect signers together at Webster, promote awareness and understanding of Deaf culture and ASL, and to expand sign language experiences and proficiency while learning cross culture communication skills

Amnesty International

Amnesty International is an international organization dedicated to promoting and protecting human rights around the world.

Association for African American Collegians (AAAC)

“The Association for African American Collegians is an organization devoted to diversity, community service, and unity through social events and social awareness while creating a sense of belonging for its members.“

Audio Engineering Society (AES)

The Webster University Student Section of the Audio Engineering Society is one of the most active sections anywhere of an international trade organization dedicated to all forms of audio. Formed in 2003, we have hosted events featuring Rupert Neve,

Behavioral and Social Sciences Club (BaSS)

The BaSS Club exists to promote a meeting ground for all students interested in Psychology, Anthropology, Sociology,and Women & Gender Studies where they can share ideas and information while expanding their research interests and goals for the future.

Campus Activities

Campus Activities is the campus-wide programming arm of the University Center and Student Activities. We coordinate major events, such as Homecoming and Springfest, sneak movie previews, annual events, such as Welcome Week and Casino Night, as

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