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Organization Statement Purposes

49er O-Team

To ensure a positive transition for new students into Long Beach State. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, to cultivate civic responsibility, improve the transition of new students and increase retention rates. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Active Minds

Active Minds is a national organization that develops and supports student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy groups on the college campus. Each peer group works to: increase students’ awareness of mental health issues, provide information and resources regarding Mental health and mental illness, encourage students to seek help as soon as it is needed, and to serve as liaison between students and the mental health community. By planning campus-wide events that promote awareness and education, the group aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental illness and create a comfortable environment for open discussion of mental health issues.

African Student Union

The purpose of the African Student Union is to educate, cultivate, mentor, and nurture students in African- centered world view and Africana perspective; by promoting Black oriented methodologies, practices, and political views; teaching the rich history of Africa, the Diaspora, and Black people in America, Africa, and throughout the Diaspora.

Africana Studies Student Association

To promote, inform, unite, uplift, respect, motivate, and encourage communication between the ASSA and Africana Studies Faculty. Also to promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate responsibility and to provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

C&B N/A

Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honor Society)

C&B N/A

Alpha Omicron Pi

The purpose to encourage spirit of fraternity and love among its members to stand at all times for integrity, dignity,scholarship and college loyalty to strive for support the best interest of the university and in on way to dis reg rad, injure or sacrifice those interest for the sake of the prestige or advancement of the fraternity.

Alpha Phi

The purpose of this chapter is the promotion of growth in character, of unity of feeling, of sisterly affection and of social communion among its members. And we who are thus united are under a solemn pledge to lend a helping hand to one another.

Alpha Phi Alpha

N/A

Alpha Phi Omega

This chapter shall be conducted as a Service Fraternity under the policies, principles, and provision set forth in the National Articles of Incorporation, National Bylaws, and these Standard Chapter Articles of Association of Alpha Phi Omega

Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society

To recognize and promote high scholarship among students actively engaged in collegiate preparations for professional services; to keep abreast of the advances in scientific research; to elevate the ethical standards of the criminal justice professions and to establish in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.

American Choral Directors Association Student Chapter

C&B N/A

American Indian Science and Engineering Society

This student chapter is formed to advance the Objectives of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, which are as follows: “To nurture building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional native values. Through its educational programs, AISES provides opportunities for other academic arenas. The trained professionals than become technologically informed leaders within the Indian community. AISES’s ultimate goal is to be a catalyst for the advancement of American Indians as they seek to become self-reliant and self-determined members of society.” (AISES Code For The Governing of Student Chapters) AISES will also share traditional native culture in order to broaden tolerance and understanding of diversity.

American Indian Student Council

Utilizing the on campus resources for the benefit and retention of Native Alaskan/American Indian students and to preserve the American Indian culture. AISC strives to educate the campus community about the Alaskan Native/American Indian culture and contemporary issues affecting their communities.

American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics

To further the participation and understanding of CSULB students in Aerospace Engineering. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of community.

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

To provide academic outreach, continuing education as well as ties to the local industries.

American Marketing Association

To provide students with opportunities that is not available within the classroom and is related to both the field of marketing, the community and campus service.

American Red Cross at CSULB

To assist CSULB and the American Red Cross through the unification of services and projects between our collegiate club and the Greater Long Beach Chapter. We are here to maintain the cooperation of our membership; to promote the unity of action in projects and to discover the needs to stimulate service to our school, community, the nation and to develop better human relations by worldwide services.

American Society of Civil Engineers

To improve understanding and promote interest in civil engineering.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Promote the art, science, and practice of mechanical engineering and the allied arts and sciences. Encourage original research. Foster engineering education. Advance the standards of engineering. Promote the exchange of information between engineers and others. Broaden the usefulness of the engineering profession in cooperation with other engineering and technical societies. Promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and cultivate civic responsibility. In all professional and business relations the members of the Society shall be governed by the Code of Ethics as stated in the Society Policies. Provide students with opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Anime Club

To promote and broaden interest in Japanese Animation and similar forms of media. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Anthropology Graduate Student Association

To provide a variety of academic and social activities in order to promote a greater spirit of interest in anthropology.

Anthropology Student Association

The purpose is to provide a variety of academic and social activities in order to promote a greater spirit of interest in anthropology. Also to promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate civic responsibility and to facilitate social interactions between students with common interest and to facilitate student faculty relationships.

Armenian Student Association

The purpose of this organization is to promote cultural awareness of students of Armenian heritage. It is to also allow Armenians to meet other Armenians on campus. A further objective of the organization is to have politically and socially conscious events on campus related to the Armenian Genocide and other current issues vital to the Armenian society.

Art Education Student Association

AESA is a non profit organization devoted to promoting the arts, promoting and exchanging ideas in art education, promoting service learning for art education students within the community, promoting self care as artists and art educators and quality modeling for future art educators. We do this to inspire art education awareness through discussing issues relevant to art education in secondary schools, planning and executing fund raising events, sponsoring service projects such exhibitions and speakers.

Asian American Christian Fellowship

To reach out to the university and the collegiate community, primarily to those who are Asian Pacific Americans, with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

Asian Studies Graduate Society

The purpose of this organization is to provide support and resources for graduate students within the Asian and Asian American Studies Department of CSU Long Beach. To provide student representation in departmental affairs and activities. To support existing Asian Pacific Islander communities on campus and serve as a unifying body.

Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC)

The purpose of this Chapter is to provide a medium at the University level for advancement of the objectives of the ABC, the University and the Chapter. To help student find out more about the CEM program and to educate students on the clubs that are in the CEM program. To promote the principles and ideals of free enterprise in the construction industry.

Associated Business Students Organization Council (ABSOC)

The Associated Business Students Organization Council (ABSOC) was established to guide and shape the students of CSULB into strong future business leaders. To instill in the business students of California State University, Long Beach, hereafter, referred to as CSULB, the desire for self-improvement, scholastic, and professional excellence and the cultivation of civic responsibility. To provide the students and organizations opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty, administration, Associated Students and members of the business profession.

Associated Engineering Student Body

To promote and maintain the establishment of student organizations within the COE. To act as liaison between the COE administration, faculty, recognized student organization, other student organizations and member of the COE student body. To provide a forum for the discussion and resolution of problems common to the students of the COE. To serve as a representative voice of the students of the COE on all matters concerning them. To stimulate interaction and interest between faculty and students of all academic areas in the COE. To act with the Faculty Council of the COE on matters on general concern of the welfare of the COE students.

Associated Students (Cabinet & Exces)

N/A

Associated Students (Government Commissioners)

N/A

Associated Students (Judiciary)

N/A

Associated Students of Comparative Literature

To promote the study of world literature.

Associated Students of Social Work

The purposes of this organization are to allow participation of the students of the Social Work Department in the departmental decision making processes and to interact with departmental faculty, to provide opportunities of CSU, Long Beach and to instill the desire for self improvement, scholastic excellence and the cultivation of civic responsibilities, and to improve communication among the students in the Social Work Department.

Association for Computing Machinery

The terms “computer engineering” and “computer science”, to be referred to below as “CECS”, shall refer to the design, development, construction, evaluation, use, and management of hardware and software implementations of modern technologies related to electronic computing. The Chapter shall at all times reach out to and endeavor to include CSULB students of all majors having an interest in CECS and the ongoing development of computer science technologies. The Chapter is organized and shall be operated exclusively for educational and scientific purposes to promote the following: An increased knowledge of and greater interest in the academic and professional fields of CECS; To achieve greater communication and strengthen experience with the integration of CECS and other fields of engineering. Outreach to members of the larger community who might consider a career in CECS at CSULB, particularly students at high schools and two year colleges in the local area; The development and enrichment of the professional skills and employability of its members; Increased awareness among the professional CECS community of the capabilities and professionalism of the Chapter’s members and the student body of CSULB; Opportunities for CSULB students to develop and demonstrate organizational, technical, personal, and leadership skills; Increase member involvement in community projects and competitions. At no time shall the Chapter undertake any activity with the primary purpose of providing personal financial enrichment for any of its members, officers, or other organizations, other than professional development and job seeking activities. In particular, the Chapter shall undertake no activities contrary to the non profit status of the ACM.

Association for Computing Machinery for Women in Computing

The terms “computer engineering” and “computer science”, to be referred to below as “CECS,” shall refer to the design, development, construction, evaluation, use, and management of hardware and software implementations of modern technologies related to electronic computing. The Chapter shall at all times reach out to and endeavor to include CSULB students of all majors having an interest in CECS and the ongoing development of computer science technologies. The Chapter is organized and shall be operated exclusively for educational and scientific purposes to promote the following: An increased knowledge of and greater interest in the academic and professional fields of CECS; To achieve greater communication and strengthen experience with the integration of CECS and other fields of engineering.; Outreach to members of the larger community who might consider a career in CECS at CSULB, particularly students at high schools and two year colleges in the local area; The development and enrichment of the professional skills and employability of its members; Increased awareness among the professional CECS community of the capabilities and professionalism of the Chapter’s members and the student body of CSULB; Opportunities for CSULB students to develop and demonstrate organizational, technical, personal, and leadership skills; Increase member involvement in community projects and competitions.; To help retain and recruit women in computing, ACM-W developed its ACM-W Student Chapter Program to empower women to get involved in activities that promote the participation of women in computing.; Activities to educate women about the opportunities in the computing field; Engaging women students in exciting computing activities; Connecting students with women leaders in the field; Encouraging students to promote the field of computing to young girls; Promoting the activities of ACM-W; Networking with other ACM-W Chapter leaders and member; Mentoring programs for Chapter members and pre-college girls; Broadening the computing community; Extending the "conversation" about why it's important to increase the number of women in computing. At no time shall the Chapter undertake any activity with the primary purpose of providing personal financial enrichment for any of its members, officers, or other organizations, other than professional development and job seeking activities. In particular, the Chapter shall undertake no activities contrary to the non profit status of the ACM-W.

Association of Future Educators (AFE)

The Association of Future Educators (AFE) is hereby established to incorporate, promote and encourage events of excellence to the field of Teacher Education.

Association of Pre-Dental Students

To provide interested students the opportunity to gain information about dentistry as a career choice. To provide pertinent information regarding the dental school application process through the use of guest speakers, workshops, and dental school tours.

Association of Pre-Pharmacy

The Association of Pre-Pharmacy exists to facilitate connection between pre-pharmacy students and pharmacists through speakers and field trips. By doing so we not only ensure tat students are well informed with a career in pharmacy but also promote high academic achievement and establish ethical leadership. Our mission as future pharmacists is to implement the meaning of serving others by actively engaging in volunteer efforts and community outreach.

Association of Professionals in Student Affairs

C&B N/A

Barbershop Music Club

To preserve and promote the musical tradition of four-part a cappella harmony in the barbershop style through education and performance.

Beach Balls

To learn, teach, practice and share juggling with CSULB students and community. Also to promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate civic responsibility.

Beach Bellies

Beach Bellies will provide a friendly environment in which adults can learn and practice the art of belly dancing, socialize with fellow dancers, and form and strengthen inter-personal relationships. Beach Bellies will strive to boost self confidence and encourage a healthy perspective on body image.

Beach Crew

C&B N/A

Beach Hillel

To promote Jewish unity on campus and provide cultural social and religious programs, open to all CSULB students. To promote ethical leadership and promoting Jewish education opportunities and to cultivate civic responsibility based on Jewish values.

Beach Student Ministries

Equipping students to be servants of Christ to the world. Providing interested students, staff, and faculty members opportunities for personal development socially, spiritually and intellectually.

Beach! Paintball

To promote student involvement within the school, as well as promote recreational paintball to the students and everyone else interested. Also the purpose is to have a team that competes nationally against other schools, representing CSULB.

Beta Alpha Psi (Accounting Society)

We, the members of Accounting Society, in our mission to be responsive to the needs of the dynamic accounting profession, shall encourage and foster the ideals of professional excellence in the field of accountancy.

BFA Drawing and Painting Club

To bring the students of the Drawing and Painting Department together as a community at CSU Long Beach through weekly discussions, monthly critiques, and frequent field trips to art galleries and museums.

Biology Student Association

To provide opportunities for community and campus service. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate civil responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Bio-medical Engineering Society

To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide opportunities for community and campus service. The purpose of the Society shall be to serve as a vehicle to promote the understanding, interests, and ideas of its membership in the broad range of activities known as Biomedical Engineering. the Society shall also venture to instill in its members the desire for self-improvement.

Black Business Student Association

Our goal is to provide a support network for underrepresented students whose common goal is to be successful men and women in the world of business. We will provide experienced career training, educational support services, valuable networking opportunities, professional insight into different facets of the business world, as well as many other developmental activities in a positive and productive learning environment. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement; and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide students with opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB, and with the members of the community. To develop intensive programs for increasing African-American and other ethnic minority participation in the field of Business Administration.

Black Psychology Student Association

No purpose listed

Black Scholars Student Association

To provide the leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the academic, social, and professional objectives of African American students. To help African American students of CSULB to develop a desire for self-improvement so that our members can relate with one another, to help one another, and prepare to go out and help others in the community. To provide opportunities for communication and interaction with other students so that our members can relate with one another, to help one another, and prepare to go out and help others in the community. To provide outreach, study groups, test preparation, exposure to research, and other venues to fulfill graduate school requirements. To provide the college campus program which enrich the college students’ experience here at CSULB.

California Health Professional Student Alliance

CaHPSA aims to cultivate leadership and advocacy skills among health professional students to effect change in the health professional students to effect change in the health care system, primarily through legislative advocacy efforts education and chapter growth in support of publicly financed, privately delivered guaranteed health care for all Californians.

California Nursing Student Association

The purposes shall be to assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality health care; to provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional interest and concerns. To provide social support to promote personal well-being as we develop into our professional roles as nurses.

CALPIRG Long Beach

The purpose is getting students involved in, but not limited to,social and political causes. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate civic responsibility within CSULB community and abroad. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Cambodian Student Society

The purpose of the Cambodian Student Society is to promote the Cambodian Culture and customs among the Associated Student Body and to promote academic goals, and achievements among fellow Cambodians.

Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU)

Encourage growth in our personal relationships with God and in outreach so that every student on campus has an authentic encounter with Jesus Christ.

Campus Scouts

The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage and promote the values and ideas of Girl Scouting while serving the college campus and surrounding community. We shall promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, while cultivating civic responsibility.

Catholic Newman Club

The purpose of CNC is to provide opportunities for prayer, fellowship, learning, and service in the Catholic Christian tradition.

Cease Animal Torture (CAT)

C.A.T. will work to promote the ethical treatment of animals opposing practices such as factory farms, fur and skin production, animals in entertainment, and vivisection. We, as a collective, wish to educate the students of California State University, Long Beach to see animals as living creatures and not products. C.A.T aims to promote a healthy lifestyle including vegetarianism and veganism and how factory farms affect more than just a person’s diet. C.A.T will work to organize like-minded individuals towards animal equality, as well as informing inquisitive students about the objectives above.

Chi Delta Theta

The purpose of this sorority is to promote friendship, communication, cultural awareness and social activity among University women. Being a sister of Chi Delta Theta proudly signifies one who is spiritually sincere, morally conscious and financially responsible.

Chi Epsilon - Civil Engineering Honors Society

C&B N/A

Chi Sigma Iota

To promote scholarship, research, professionalism, and excellence in counseling and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the field of counseling.

Chicano/a Latino/a Studies Student Association

To promote and maintain the establishment of a departmental association for Chicana/o/Latina/o Studies major, minor concentration within the Association Students of the University.

Child and Family Associated Students (CAFAS)

To encourage students to maintain a plan for their own professional development within the field of child development and family studies. To identify and contribute to resources promoting professional development both with and outside the field of Child Development and Family studies.

Chinese and Japanese Calligraphy Club

To promote Chinese and Japanese calligraphy awareness through the training and exposure of its art. To guide and assist students who are currently enrolled in an academic course with relevancy to the ancient inscriptions of East Asia. To provide students and faculty members the opportunity to interact and exchange knowledge about the various disciplines that deal with this art as a network.

Chinese Christian Fellowship

There are three goals in the fellowship. First is to communicate with and comfort each other. Second goal is to help members to know God. The third goal is to serve members when they need.

Chinese Student Association

Our organization is designed to share the Chinese culture amongst CSULB students.

Choice USA

Our mission is to defend and expand every's person access to the social, political and economic resources necessary to make healthy and informed decisions about their body, sex, gender and sexuality. We are working to ensure a pro-choice future by educating others, activating supporters and pressuring decision makers to support sexual and reproductive justice.

Christian Student Union

To coordinate with various evangelical Christian Organizations already on campus so as to more effectively communicate the message of the Gospel. To be a resource to incoming Christian freshman who are looking for Christian groups on Campus. To better educate students about the various origins of these Christian groups. Our main emphasis is Christ, knowing Him and making him known.

Christians on Campus

To foster the spiritual and academic growth of the students at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) and to provide opportunities for community and campus service.

Circle K International

The objects of this club shall be: To emphasize the advantages of the democratic way of life; To provide the opportunity for leadership training in service; To serve on the campus and in the community; To cooperate with the administrative officers of the educational institution of which this club is a part; To encourage participation in group activities; To promote good fellowship and high scholarship; To develop aggressive citizenship and the spirit of service for improvement of all human relationships; To afford useful training in the social graces and personality development; and encourage and promote the following ideals: To give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life; To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships; To promote the adoption and the application of high social, business, and professional standards; To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship; To provide through Circle K clubs a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service, and to build better communities; and To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which makes possible the increase in righteousness, justice, patriotism, and goodwill. The Vision of this club shall be: Circle K is the organization that holds the promise of today's college student becoming tomorrow's leader. It exists to meet the personal needs of the individual collegian through the qualities of leadership, the rewards of service, and the unique spirit of friendship. Circle K's potential lies in its ability to positively influence those in our society who are facing ultimate personal decisions and those who will one day create the vision of mankind for generations to come. Circle K is the embodiment of those qualities necessary to shape the future, realized in the colleges and universities of today.

Circle of Change Club

Our goal is to bring together people that want to make a change in their lives and the lives of those around them, through the practices of leadership. This club will offer students great networking, service opportunities, and other means necessary to improve their leadership skills. These networking opportunities will also equip students with better understanding and knowledge of their respective fields. By creating a family-like atmosphere, we will enable students to challenge themselves in a strong supporting environment. Circle of Change club is not only about learning and discussing what it takes to become a great leader, it puts those discussions into actions, and those actions into real life experiences that we can live by the rest of our lives.

Clinical Pre-Health Association (CPHA)

CPHA is an organization whose focus is to bridge the gap between research-oriented studies and clinical applications of this information. It is designed to incorporate clinical lectures which will help prepare students to be excellent health care professionals. Information shared will provide pre-health professionals with knowledge that will enable them to excel in their respective fields of clinical practice.

Club Italia

To provide leadership in offering a program of activities related to the Italian language and culture in their relation with other languages and cultures, and designed to advance the academic, cultural, social, and professional objectives of the students on campus. To instill in the students of CSULB the desire for self improvement, professional excellence, cultural advancement, and help them cultivate civic responsibility by exploring the values of Italian culture in its connection to the United States To provide students with opportunities for association and interaction with CSULB faculty and administrators from all areas working in collaboration with the Italian program as well as with the Italian government institutions in Southern California, and with the members of the community at large, including the Italian American community.

Collaborative Efforts of Persons Instituting Cameras and Otherwise (CEPICO) formerly CSULB Photo Association

To give members the opportunities to meet, collaborate and participate in discussions, projects, and events. To organize shows and projects; generating public awareness of CEPICO,. It's members and their art. To provide group purchases/rental of photographic supplies, gallery space and equipment.

College of Education Graduate Student Association

To provide professional development resources for graduate students in the College of Education. To provide the graduate students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community for networking and extending comradery.

College of Education Student Assembly (COESA)

To foster communication and interaction between students and faculty within the College of Education. To develop collaborative relationships within the CSULB and greater Long Beach communities in order to promote education and lifelong learning. To offer and receive advice and council with the Office of the Dean of the College of Education. To provide access to funding from the CSULB Associated Students, Incorporated for programs and projects of the college’s departmental associations and of the College of Education Student Assembly. To provide leadership and a cohesive course of action to advance the professional, social, and developmental objectives of all College of Education students.

College of Health and Human Services Council

Promote and support the activity of student organizations within the academic areas of the College. Act as liaison between the College administration, faculty, CHHS student organizations, and members of the College student body. Provide a forum for the discussion and resolution of issues common to the students of the College. Serve as a representative voice of the students of the College on matters concerning them. Encourage interaction between faculty and students of all academics areas in the College. Promote academic excellence within College. Power: The Council shall in no manner restrict or control the internal policy of the member organization’s policy unless it is in conflict with the College Council Constitution & Bylaws Fiscal Role: The Council will conduct hearings and deliberations in order to allocate AS (AS) funds to members of academic organizations that are in good standing.

College of Liberal Arts Student Council

To represent the student body of the College of Liberal Arts, thereafter referred to as the College, and act as the governing body of the College. To promote and support the activity of student events and organizations within the academic departments of the College. To provide a forum for the discussion and resolution of issues common to the students of the College. To act as a liaison between the College administration, faculty, student organizations, and members of the College student body. To provide students with opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of California State University, Long Beach, hereafter referred to as CSULB, and with members of the community. To inform members of exceptional classes and opportunities available to them within the College and Associated Students, hereafter referred to as A.S., as well as job opportunities and student services. To promote academic excellence and officially recognize the outstanding achievements of students within the College. To officially commend staff and faculty for exceptional service and/or performance to the students of the college. To allocate funding to events promoted by CLASC organizations in compliance with A.S. funding policies.

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Student Council

To provide an assembly for discussion and resolution of problems common to the Student Body of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics; hereafter referred to as the College. To act as a liaison between the administration, the faculty, the staff, the recognized organizations, and the students in the College. To stimulate understanding and interest among members and between member associations. In order to accomplish such mission stated above, the Student Body forms the Student Council as governing body of the Student Body, hereafter referred to as the Council.

College of the Arts Student Council

To promote communications and interactions between students and faculty within the College of The Arts and the community in and around the campus. To offer and receive advice and council with the Officer of the Dean of the College of the Arts. To provide access to the CSULB Associated Students incorporated funding for programs and projects of the Arts departmental organization and COTA.

Colleges Against Cancer

Colleges Against Cancer is a national collaboration of college students dedicated to raising awareness about cancer, volunteering for the American Cancer Society, and improving college communities by instating and supporting programs of the American Cancer Society. The goal of Colleges Against Cancer is to raise awareness about cancer by volunteering for and supporting programs of the American Cancer Society. Further goals include, but are not limited to: Establish advocacy programs on campus.; Bring cancer control programs to campus and promote cancer awareness and prevention.; Raise money through American Cancer Society approved fund-raisers on campus.; Promote American Cancer Society support groups for cancer survivors and care takers.; Make Colleges Against Cancer a collaborative effort among all students and student organizations on campus; Establish Colleges Against Cancer chapters at surrounding colleges and universities.

Conservative Student Union

To promote conservatives ideas on campus and give conservatives a haven on campus. The Conservative Student Union is meant to respond and refute radical liberal groups

Construction Management Association of America

C&B N/A

Coptic Club

This club is intended to strengthen members’ religious faith. To help C.S.U.L.B. members meet new amazing people who are of the faith and who are not. This club will help members gain knowledge about the religion, and learn more about the Arabic and Coptic languages.

Couples for Christ-Youth for Christ

As our University strives to send out into the world men who are fully human and wholly Christian, we have made it our mission to be partners in this task by providing Christian peer support to as many students as possible. We make it our mission to speak to our peers of Christ, and by the grace of God, to be witnesses for Him in the College. Through this, we are confident that we will be used by Him as partners in our College in molding people who will be of service to Christ in His Church, and in the larger community of our society and the whole world. To evangelize and re - evangelize students by providing venues where Christ and His gospel can be proclaimed. To help instill among its members and students in general, Christian values and principles, in preparation for the challenges they will be facing in the workplace and life in general. (E.g. through "Career Direction Seminars" by connecting them to Singles for Christ). To provide a healthy and Christian support environment for its members in the College. (E.g. Through prayer meetings, teachings, peer counseling etc. ) To be of service to the Church and the University by supporting and participating in its endeavors.

Criminal Justice Student Association

To provide opportunities for service to the Department of Criminal Justice and its students, the College of Health and Human Services and its associated . To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. Departments, the University community as a whole, the City of Long Beach and surrounding areas and the nation. In relation to Sections one and two, enhance the students total college experience by providing opportunities for association and interaction with other students the faculty and administration of CSULB and members of the community.

CSULB Aikido Club

To provide an opportunity for current and prospective students of Aikido or any other interested parties to discuss and practice the basic principles and techniques of Aikido. To provide the campus in general with exposure to a non violent, non competitive form of self defense.

CSULB Beach Bowling

To provide an opportunity for current and prospective students of Bowling or any other interested parties, to discuss and practice the basic principles and techniques of Bowling. To provide the campus with exposure to a fun and competitive form of bowling.

CSULB Beach Cats

CSULB Beach Cats is a group of students, staff, faculty dedicated to the humane care and management of the CSULB campus cat population. Through the process of trap-spay/neuter return, our goal is to significantly reduce or eliminate their numbers on campus.

CSULB Beach Forensics

To enhance students’ critical thinking and communication skills through participation in competitive collegiate forensics.

CSULB Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club

The purpose of the club is to offer club members the opportunity to practice the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The club hopes to further promote the fledgling art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

CSULB Breakers

To provide CSULB students the opportunity to express themselves through break dancing in a safe, fun and exciting environment. To teach individuals who are interested in break dancing. To promote peace, respect and respect among all people on and off campus through one of four elements of hip-hop, break dance.

CSULB Campus Progressives Collective

To provide a forum for students and faculty on the political left, regardless of party or group affiliation. To promote education and awareness of issues of major concern to liberals through dialogue, civic participation, and sharing resources. To engage in various forms of activism and community service on campus and in the surrounding community.

CSULB Capoeira Club

To educate and promote the Afro-Brazilian art form of Capoeira.

CSULB Chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma

Eta Sigma Gamma is an honor society for students in the field of Health Science. The purpose of the society is to reward scholastic and professional achievement in the field of Health Science and Health Education, while fostering the advancement of teaching, research, and service for individual development through various activities. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

CSULB Clothesline Project

It is the mission of CSULB Clothesline Project to bring about awareness of sexual and gender-based violence through advocacy, activism, and education. The organization is a non-partisan, student-run group committed to fostering a supportive environment for survivors in all stages of the healing process. By engaging our student body and surrounding communities in an open and honest dialogue, CSULB Clothesline Project plans to join the fight to end sexual and gender-based violence.

CSULB Club Field Hockey

The purpose of the Field Hockey Club is to provide an outlet for any individuals who enjoy participating in the sport of field hockey by offering both competitive and non-competitive opportunities. Also, to provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the social and professional objectives of the students. Provide an environment where students can learn to grow by working as a team through competitive field hockey.

CSULB Composers' Guild

The Guild furthers the work of member composers, through concerts, presentations, and recordings, and the constructive criticism of said works by colleagues. The Guild functions independently of the faculty and administration of CSULB, but strives to maintain friendly and productive relations with both groups. The Guild promotes ethical leadership and academic achievement, and cultivates civic responsibility. The Guild provides students with opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

CSULB Concert Band

The purpose of this organization is to be a musical ensemble which advocates for music appreciation, assists students in advancing their musical talent in a professional setting, and provides those students with the opportunity to share their talent with the community.

CSULB Cricket Club (CCC)

To give as many CSULB students the chance to play recreational and competitive cricket and to make sure the game is played in a dignified and friendly manner, in keeping with the best tradition of the game. To promote sportsmanship, ethical leadership, extracurricular involvement with academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community. To help promote the game of Cricket in the Long Beach and Southern California.

CSULB Cyclists

CSU—LB Cyclists promotes cycling as a fun, valued, and sustainable transportation choice at California State University Long Beach through community, advocacy and education. CSULB Cyclists promotes ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. CSULB Cyclists provides the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with members of the community.

CSULB Destino

CSULB is to provide a ministry to students on the campus and in the community who desire to know Jesus Christ in a more personal way and to grow in their knowledge of God. The goal of CSULB Destino is to provide opportunity for individuals to develop their faith and grow in that faith through evangelism and fellowship.

CSULB Electronic Dance Music Club

To create a network of DJ’s, producers, and fans so we can share in electronic dance music genres/styles, events, and mixing/producing equipment. To act as a forum for everything involving the scene of electronic dance music. As well as to give students the opportunity to showcase their DJ’ing or producing skills on campus.

CSULB Epic

CSULB Epic is to provide a ministry to students on the campus and in the community who desire to know Jesus Christ in a more personal way and to grow in their knowledge of God. The goal of CSULB Epic is to provide opportunity for individuals to develop their faith and grow in that faith through evangelism, discipleship, fellowship, and conference participation. CSULB Epic desires to provide members with the opportunity to grow in their spiritual lives, in character, in leadership, and in emotional health.

CSULB Film Club

The purpose of the CSULB Film Club will be to increase people’s appreciation and understanding of film in today’s massively orientated motion picture industry

CSULB Gaming Club

To provide members an environment in which they can meet people with whom they can play games such as video games, card games, board games, and tabletop strategy games of a wide variety.

CSULB Gospel Choir

To express spiritual worship through vocal hymns, song and dance. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

CSULB Guitar Club

To be a music resource for guitar players and all those interested in guitar music. To serve as a network for guitar players to help facilitate further education and enjoyment of guitar. To teach individuals who are interested in guitar playing. To provide musical entertainment for CSULB students, faculty, and the community.

CSULB Improv Society

The purpose of this establishment is to promote spontaneity, quick-mindedness, laughter, friendship, and confidence through means of improvisational performances. Members are both actors and spectators in a variety of stage exercises with no scripts, using one another as means of creating stories and situations on the spot. Skills gained will include learning to be a supportive, influential audience member as well as a confident and adaptable stage performer.

CSULB Kung Fu Club

The purpose of the CSULB Kung Fu Club is to provide a learning environment so students can experience a traditional Chinese Martial Art. Students will learn basic Kung Fu skills such as stances, punches, kicks, and various foot work. Students will also learn certain pre-arranged forms in several styles such as Praying Mantis Chuan, Pa Kua Zhang, and Tai Chi Chuan with its' respective applications. To learn about ourselves and one another.

CSULB Men's Club Volleyball

To provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the social and professional objectives of the students. Provide an environment where students can learn to grow by working as a team through competitive volleyball.

CSULB Men's Rugby Club

To provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the academic, social and professional objects of the student. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility.

CSULB Model United Nations

To develop students’ research skills and the substantive knowledge necessary to analyze policy making processes, institutions, and actors influencing the role played by the United Nations as an intergovernmental organization in the global community. Seek through discussion, negotiation, and research, solutions to the various problems of the world: e.g. questions of human rights, protection of the environment, economic development, disarmament, the problems of youth and refugees, as well as the critical issues of war and peace. To achieve, through study and actual participation in Model United Nations (MUN) conferences, an understanding of the purposes, principles, structures, and procedures of the United Nations system of organizations.

CSULB Pagan Alliance

We are an alliance of students, faculty and staff who come together to provide a safe, supportive environment for members of the campus community to celebrate, explore, learn, and practice modern pagan traditions. We practice contemporary pagan traditions that are characterized by Earth centered spirituality, belief in personal autonomy, gender equity, polytheism, and the oneness and inherit divinity of all living things. We seek to learn to live a balanced life, to accept responsibility for our own actions, to give back to the community that nurtures us, harm none and to develop peaceful resolutions to conflict situations.

CSULB RUGBY CLUB

To provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the academic, social and professional objects of the student. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To instill in the student of CSULB the desire for self-improvement, scholastic and professional excellence, and the cultivation of civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

CSULB Sailing Team

To provide instruction and compete in sailing at a competitive level; to help club members learn and improve their skill in the sport; to provide a fun and safe environment for the sport of sailing; to help to ready club members that want to compete at the collegiate level; and to represent California State University, Long Beach to the Pacific Coast Collegiate Sailing Conference (PCCSC) and the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association of North America (ICSANA). To promote and encourage participation at all levels in the sport of sailing. To provide opportunities for and interaction among students, faculty, staff, and the general public in sailing, learning recreational and competitive activities.

CSULB Salsa Club

To provide all students who are interested in salsa an opportunity to learn more about salsa (and have a great time doing it).

CSULB Salsa Dance Team

To provide all students who are interested with an opportunity to perform and compete in salsa dancing while improving their dancing skills, forging friendships, and learning how to operate as a member of a team.

CSULB Sierra Student Coalition

The purpose of this organization is to promote a better relationship between the outdoors and students. Environmental education coupled with active global campaigning will help to create more positive awareness aiming students and faculty.

CSULB Ski and Snowboard Team

To provide CSULB students with an opportunity to meet new people, ski or snowboard and compete in races while benefiting the school and community. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate civic responsibility.

CSULB Surf Team

To promote the sport of surfing on campus and provide a competitive team for CSULB students to compete against rival schools.

CSULB Swim Club

The purpose is to bring together people who would enjoy competitive swimming and related events. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate civic responsibility.

CSULB Swing Dance Club

CSULB Swing Dance club purpose is to promote the art of West Coast Swing towards anyone who would like to learn. To use our dancing skills to fundraise for various charitable causes. To provide students with opportunities to meet other dancers.

CSULB Tanzania: Changing the World through Art and Social Action

Organization’s goals and objectives: This is a student organization focused on creating an on-going bridge between CSULB graduate and undergraduate students and the students of Bacho Village, Tanzania. We are initiating a yearly summer CSULB Short Term Study Abroad program to Bacho, Tanzania in order to help build necessary schools and develop collaborative, community-based arts and social projects with the villagers. As membership criteria, we are open to all students, faculty, and staff at CSULB who wish to join us in our mission – advancing the education of ourselves and of our Tanzanian partners. We aim to educate our CSULB community about the social/political and social issues in Tanzania through education and arts programming throughout the school year along with the opportunity to have hands-on experiences in Tanzania. We also seek to facilitate our opportunity for mutual growth through the establishment of scholarships for our CSULB students to participate in this yearly program and scholarships for the Tanzania children to afford the right to receive an education.

CSULB Triathlon Team

To promote interest in physical fitness through training and competing in multi-sport events.

CSULB Turn Table Club

To give students the ability to mix records, the opportunity to attend different events and see demonstrations, and network with professionals in the music industry for possible career opportunities.

CSULB Women's Crew Team

To promote intercollegiate crew racing at CSULB and to instill in the student athlete of CSULB the desire for self-improvement scholastic and professional excellence and fulfillment as a student athlete.

CSULB Women's Lacrosse

To provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the social and professional objectives of the students. Provide an environment where students can learn to grow by working as a team through competitive lacrosse.

CSULB Women's Soccer

To provide its members with the opportunity to actively participate on a woman's soccer club team at CSULB. To instill in its members a positive attitude that can be achieved through structured practices and friendship.

CSULB Women's Water Polo Club

To bring together women athletes to compete as a team while learning about the sport of water polo. A fun, cooperative learning environment will help athletes enhance skills in leadership, communication, dedication and cooperation.

CSULB Wrestling

The CSULB Wrestling club will be dedicated to instructing beginner level wrestlers on the styles of Folkstyle, Freestyle, and Greco Roman wrestling. This club will also function as a competitive team. The goal of the team will be to attend college “open” wrestling tournaments, competing with other student wrestlers and performing at an extraordinary level of excellence. The team will represent the school by achieving goals such as placing in the top ranking in each individual tournament, in order to have acquired medals, trophies, etc. Along with representing CSULB in tournament events, this team will also compete in dual meets with other university wrestling club teams, eventually planning and hosting tournaments and dual meets of our own. Finally, the major objective of this club will be to create a team atmosphere encouraging dedication, excellence, and loyalty, promoting the success of the student athlete.

Cultural Greek Council

To unify the independent Cultural Greek organizations of California State University, Long Beach, to enhance and support awareness and also to maintain the uniqueness of each organization. CGC will act as a coordination council and not as a regulatory council and/or organization, with the exception of mandatory events voted on by the council. To act as a liaison between our member chapters and the University administration by establishing a communicative network for all culturally diverse sororities and fraternities. To promote unity among our chapters and the campus community.

Delta Chi Fraternity

The members of Delta Chi Fraternity, believing that great advantages are to be derived from brotherhood of college and university men, appreciating that close association may promote friendship, develop character, advance justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education, do ordain and establish this constitution.

Delta Delta Delta Sorority

The purpose of the Sorority shall be to establish a perpetual bond of friendship among its members, to develop a stronger and more womanly character, to broaden the moral its members and intellectual life, and to assist its members in every possible way. it shall also be purpose of the Sorority and the colleges and universities where the Sorority has established chapters, to develop qualities of unselfish leadership among its members, and encourage them to assume, with integrity and devotion to moral and democratic principles, the highest responsibilities of college women.

Delta Gamma

To promote foster high ideals of friendship among college women, to promote their educational and cultural interests , to create in them a true sense of social responsibility, and to develop in them the best qualities of character.

Delta Lambda Phi-Rho

The Chapter's purpose shall be develop friendship, leadership and association among all men;to promote the just and equitable treatment of all individuals; and to enhance the quality of life among gay, bisexual and progressive men by providing dignified social, service and recreational activities.

Delta Sigma Chi

To offer college students with the same common interests and goals, an alternative fraternal organization with a multicultural emphasis.

Delta Sigma Pi

N/A

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority

The principle purpose and aims of this Sorority shall be to engage in cultural, educational and public service activities; to establish, maintain and encourage high cultural, intellectual and moral standards; and to govern, supervise and regulate the several chapters of Sorority established under the authority and sanction of this organization.

Delta Zeta Sorority

The purpose of this Sorority shall be to unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship , to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action; objects worthy of the highest aim and purpose of associated effort.

Democracy Matters

Democracy Matters is a non-partisan, national organization that strives to reinvigorate and further democratize our American political system. As members of Democracy Matters, we strive to make politicians more accountable to the people by getting big money out of politics. The California State Long Beach Chapter of Democracy Matters is particularly committed to meaningful campaign finance reform to insure that all Americans, regardless of wealth, have an audible voice in our discouraged from running because they do not have sufficient access to wealth.

Design Student Association

C&B N/A

Economics Student Association (ESA)

To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement and to cultivate civic responsibility and interaction with faculty and administration.

Educational Leadership Doctoral Student Association

The purpose of our organization is to promote student learning and use of educational leadership. We shall provide opportunities for students to learn about professional development, academic success, and networking. We will help to shape the future leaders in education. We will partner with the Ed.D. program instructors to provide expanded social activities and support for the doctoral students at CSULB.

Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) Student Organization

To mobilize students to educate others of the importance of being active in school activities,conducting community service, networking, and educating students on the importance of completing college while taking advantage of the different services that the school offers.

Embedded Applications Technology

To promote academic achievement and ethical leadership, and to cultivate civic responsibility.

Engineers without Borders

The California State University Long Beach chapter of Engineers Without Borders is a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineering professionals.

English Students Association

To improve communications and rapport among the students of english. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement,and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the student opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Environmental Science and Policy Club (ESP)

To spread awareness, education, & appreciation of the environment on campus & in our local community through club activities, such as coastal clean-ups, hikes, plant-restoration project, Earth Week & Earth Day, tabling, conferences, committees, and guest speakers.

Eta Kappa Nu

To uphold the purposes and ideals of the Eta Kappa Nu Association as set forth in the Association’s Constitution and Bylaws. To promote and encourage excellence in electrical and computer engineering education for the betterment of fellow students, the ECE department, the College of Engineering and the public at large. To promote and encourage among the students of Long Beach State University, a desire for higher scholastic standing and greater knowledge in the studies prescribed in the electrical and computer engineering curriculum. To foster a spirit of respect and cooperation with the faculty of Long Beach State University. To cooperate with and support the activities of the local student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. To cooperate with other chapters of Eta Kappa Nu.

Eta Sigma Delta

Eta Sigma Delta is an honor society for students in the field of Hospitality, Foodservice and Hotel Management. The purpose of the society is to reward scholastic and professional achievement in the field of hospitality management, tourism and culinary arts, while fostering the advancement of teaching, learning, research, and practice for individual development through various activities.

Eta Sigma Gamma

Eta Sigma Gamma is an honor society for students in the field of Health Science. The purpose of the society is to reward scholastic and professional achievement in the field of Health Science and Health Education, while fostering the advancement of teaching, research, and service for individual development through various activities

Eta Sigma Phi (Friends of Classics)

To promote the study of Classics within the University.

Ethnic Teacher Association (ETA)

The mission of Ethnic Teacher Association is to provide students with a diverse background knowledge and confidence to elaborate on their culture at a school setting. The association will promote different cultural influences at school and opportunities for interaction with the children and communities. Furthermore, the association will conduct events that integrate cultural diversity on campus that will advance students leadership skills and teaching techniques.

Ethnos

Sharing the knowledge of life in Christ Jesus with the CSULB community. Helping people in their relationship with Jesus Christ and providing them with training for victorious Christian living, leadership, and excellence. Introducing its members to a local church family and other missions or ministry opportunities. Making a positive impact on the CSULB campus by developing students, equipped with biblical solutions to contemporary problems, to serve every facet of the CSULB community and ultimately the world.

Experimental Sounding Rocket Association

The purpose of this organization is to further the knowledge base of the student body by conducting research, and constructing experimental sounding rockets. Students will learn through hands-on design and fabrication of rockets. To provide students with an opportunity to compete with other colleges at the Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition (IREC).

Faith and Activism

Faith and Activism is bot an Episcopal ministry and a growing ecumenical and interfaith coalition of progressives. We reach out to students not traditionally served by faith groups on Campus.

Feminism and Film Club

To discuss feminism as it relates to film and other forms of media, to support feminist filmmakers, and to have general discourse about women’s issues in film. Feminism and Film Club will be a place to express triumphs as well as frustrations of women in the film, and to discuss ways to help women progress in the film world.

Financial Management Association

Assist in the professional, educational, and social development of college students interested in finance, banking, and investments; Provide an association for college students actively interested in these fields; and Encourage interaction among business executives, faculty, and students of business and finance.

Fine Arts Round Table

To cultivate an integrated collective of musicians, performing and visual artists from The College of the Arts, extending this collaborative pursuit beyond The College of the Arts, resulting in interdisciplinary events and projects serving CSULB students, faculty, staff and the community at large.

Fitness Majors Association

To provide fitness major’s the opportunity to explore and be involved in careers in the fitness. To provide students with updated information in the fitness career field. Give students the opportunity to promote fitness activities on and off campus.

Foodservice and Hotel Management Assoc.

To promote and explore the professional opportunities within the Foodservice and Hotel Industries. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty, alumni and administration of CSULB, leaders in the foodservice and hotel industries and members of the community.

FORCE (Feminist Organization Reclaiming Consciousness and Equality)

The purpose of F.O.R.C.E. shall be to create a dialogue and stimulate an understanding of feminism by raising consciousness of women's issues, which include but are not limited to personal experience, agency, and the understanding of women's differences and similarities. In order to reach these goals we plan to educate and inform the campus community through activities and workshops. F.O.R.C.E. will support the Women's Resource Center, other campus organizations, and various departments that believe in the enrichment of women's lives.

French Club

To enhance the university experience of students at CSULB by sponsoring activities that encourages an interest in the study of the French language and French and Francophone literatures and cultures. To provide members with a community sympathetic to the understanding of the French-speaking people, in which one will meet, exchange ideas, and have a forum for discussing cultural phenomena. To help members work toward membership in the prestigious National French Honor Society with which the club is affiliated. To provide students with opportunities for association and interaction with CSULB French faculty and administration, and with French-speaking members of the community.

Future Underrepresented Educated Leaders (Future Underrepresented Educated Leaders)

The purpose of FUEL is to provide CSULB AB 540 students (non-resident students exempt from out-of-state tuition) with informational resources to guide their education. This includes researching information on scholarships and/or internships that AB 540 students can apply to. FUEL provides guidance,support, and create a constructive learning environment and also encourages high school graduates to attend college.

Gamma Phi Beta

The object of this organization shall be to fulfill as an individual chapter of the objects of GAMMA PHI BETA SORORITY,INCORPORATED, to develop the highest type of womanhood through education, social life, and service to country and humanity,

Gay Straight Alliance

To educate and advocate for civil rights and be active members of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer/Questioning Intersex Asexual/Ally (LGBTQIA) community; to promote awareness and tolerance for the LGBTQIA community through community service and events; to promote a sense of personal empowerment, growth and critical thinking to develop leadership and life skills applicable to the real world; to promote the idea of social equality; to create a safe environment for the LGBTQIA community.

Geography Student Association

The Geography Student Association seeks to provide opportunities for community and campus service. Furthermore, we aim to enhance student academic achievement and promote awareness of global issues through offering various cultural and scholarly events.

Geology Student Association

The purpose of our organization shall be to provide an instrument for the educational, social, and professional advancement of its members. To promote ethical leadership, academic achievement, student participation in academic decision making, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

German Club

To provide opportunities and resources for CSULB students, faculty, and staff to learn more about German culture and language. To provide interested individuals with an opportunity to participate in events promoting awareness and understanding of German culture. To form a network of association between CSULB students interested in German language, society and culture and the surrounding German speaking communities through club-sponsored events.

Gerontology Academic Honor and Professional Society

The purpose of the Society shall be to promote scholarship,research,professionalism,friendship, and service to older persons, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic excellence and professionalism in gerontology. Sigma Phi Omega provides powerful networking and leadership roles for resumes and future employers.

Golden Key International Honor Society

Recognize and encourage scholastic achievement in excellence in all undergraduate fields of study. Unite with faculty and administration in developing and maintaining high standards of education. Provide resources to member to facilitate member career searches and to promote altruistic conduct through voluntary service.

Got Chess?

To promote chess,teach chess, and to challenge others in order to gain experience and skills required for chess. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the student opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the member of the community.

Graduate Communication Association

To provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the academic, social, and professional objectives of the students. To instill in the graduate Students of the CSULB Communication Studies Department the desire for self-improvement, scholastic and professional excellence, and the cultivation of civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and the members of the community. To provide the students of the Communication Studies program at CSULB with sufficient knowledge of the requirements for completion of the MA degree.

Graduate Leisure Society

To provide an opportunity for graduate recreation and leisure students to create new relationships- personal and professional. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Graduate Student Association

To serve the needs of graduate students enrolled at this university, with- Social Activities and opportunities to become active in the life of the university and in each others’ lives. A Forum for airing out problems. Resources, including financial and professional workshops. Opportunities to share research. Anything else which may be of benefit for graduate students here, both wholly and individually.

Graduate Student Biology Society

To promote unity and camaderie among the graduate students of the Biology Department of CSULB. To provide an avenue for discussing any concerns (e.g. academic, personal, financial) of the biology graduate stud nets of CSULB. To permanently continue annual elections of the Biology Graduate Student Representative..

Green Campus Club

The purpose of this organization is to achieve measurable energy savings through no-cost behavior; to educate students, staff and faculty members, and the greater community about the importance of energy efficiency and conservation; and to develop the next generation of energy professionals through green workforce and training opportunities.

Grupo Folklorico Mexica

To promote cultural awareness and provide a cultural perspective of the divers dances of the regions of Mexico to CSULB and the surrounding communities.

Gymnastics Club

The gymnastics club is a recreational club in which club members can come and practice their gymnastic skills. A facility will be provided where members will be able to practice the different events in gymnastics. If new members unfamiliar to gymnastics or members that would like to improve their skills will have an opportunity to learn from other members and from an instructor.

Headstrong

To promote positive self-esteem, confidence and overall wellness by raising awareness and providing programming for students on physical and mental health. To provide a place for individuals to create relationships and experience a sense of community. To provide a group for individuals who have interest in learning more about physical and mental health as well as helping others. To fundraise and donate money to non-profit organizations related to physical and mental health. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Health Care Administration Student Forum

The California State University, Long Beach, Health Care Administration Student Forum (HCASF) shall serve as an official student chapter of the American College of Health Care Executives (ACHCE) and shall be subject to the guidelines of the College as published. The objectives upon which the chapter is organized are as follows: To promote an environment that is conducive and ethical to the educational development of the student’s academics, campus social life, and professional objectives within the health care organization. To promote an environment that fosters scholastic and professional excellence and encourages an educational development of the student’s ethical leadership and civic responsibility within the health care organization. To create a professional environment that encourages dialogue and fellowship between the students and faculty of California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), Health Care Administration (HCA) Program and the professionals of the HCA industry. To develop an association with local and regional healthcare executive groups to enhance academic and career opportunities. To establish congruence between graduate and professionals continuing educational activities to foster a skillful and sensitive approach to healthcare administration. To inform members, potential members, and others in the community of the purposes of the ACHCE its goals, programs, and benefits, and reasons for advancing in status within the College -- this Chapter thereby being a mechanism to exemplify and encourage pride in the profession of healthcare administration.

Health Science Graduate Association

To provide students with opportunities to meet, collaborate, study and build relationships with other health science students and faculty. To be a resource of academic and community information for all students, in regards to the Health Sciences.

Health Science Student Association

To provide students the opportunities to meet with other health science students and faculty. To provide students with information and services dealing with the Health Sciences.

Heavenly Culture Christian Fellowship

The purpose of this organization is to bring the message of Jesus Christ to the world through modeling and various arts.

Hermanas Unidas de Long Beach

To provide resources and leadership opportunities for Latina/ o, college students and graduates by participating in and organizing community service events, social activities, and academic professional workshop.

Hermanos Unidos de Long Beach

To establish and maintain a supportive Hermandad for the students of this university through the Nuevo Hombre ideology and an adherence to the three foundational pillars of Hermanos Unidos: Academic Scholarship, Community Service, and Social Interaction. El Nuevo Hombre strives to become a well-rounded, educated Latino.

HipPoetics

To encourage student writers to perform their work, submit work to publication, arrange venues for readings both on campus and off, invite guest readers, maintain dialogue with other poets and interact with the greater poet community and assemble a body of collective work.

Hispanic Students Business Association

HSBA has been established for the purpose of advancing the academic, professional, community, and social objectives of its membership and officers. Recognizing the need for well-trained leaders at all levels of society, HSBA’s immediate goals are to foster the increased enrollment of students in the College of Business Administration and other fields at California State University, Long Beach; hereafter, referred to as CSULB. Provide our membership with the opportunity to participate in programs and activities that will enhance their academic, professional, and personal abilities. Serve as a viable source of academic scholarships and corporate internships to all our members. Coordinate professional workshops, facilitated by corporate representatives and alumni, who will aid us in developing skills needed for success. Coordinate events that will facilitate the interaction of HSBA members, officers, CSULB faculty/staff, corporate representatives and alumni. Allow each of our members to hold office as a Committee Chair, thus developing personal potential and abilities that employers seek in employees and giving our members a competitive edge. Recruit all CSULB students, regardless of major and/or ethnicity, and provide them with professional skills needed in all fields. Serve as a bridge and connect our members with students of organizations having similar interests, such as the United Latino Students (ULS), the Associated Business Students Organization Council (ABSOC), and the Latino Student Union (LSU).

History Student Association

To promote interest in history at CSULB, and to create a fun and educational environment for history enthusiasts through sponsored activities and events. Serve as an intermediary link between history students and the history department administration.

Human Development Student Association

Professional Development: To provide opportunities to network with community professionals, develop resumes, and explore career options. Scholarly Activities: To provide access to professors for mentoring, promote, involvement in research, and academic achievement. Community Service: To cultivate civic responsibility through community service projects and ethical leadership.

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES)

To provide students with the opportunity to enhance professional development, community service, and networking with other students, faculty, and professionals interested in human factors and ergonomics issues. To provide a forum for the presentation, discussion, and investigation of human factors and ergonomics issues. To provide students with the opportunity to participate in activities such as research projects, guest speakers, presentation, colloquia, field trips, and others activities. To promote the awareness of how human factors/ergonomics issues are related to many disciplines and careers. To expose students to an interdisciplinary approach to the design, evaluation, operation, and maintenance of products and systems.

Human Resources Management Association

This organization shall exist: (a) to provide California State University, Long Beach students with the opportunity to gain knowledge and insight into the effective management of personnel in the field of Human Resources Management through affiliation with the Professionals in Human Resource Management Association (PIHRA) of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the National SHRM organization; (b) to promote the exchange of work-related experience of established business professionals with the theoretical academic perspectives of student and faculty members through open forums and information exchanges; and (c) to encourage the acquisition, growth, and continuation of our respective careers in Human Resources Management through expanded knowledge, camaraderie, respect and mutual support among chapter members and through our affiliation with national, sponsoring, and other student chapters.

Indian Student Association

Bringing students together to encourage, share, experience and promote a variety of Indian culture, while providing opportunities for CSULB students to show their talent and, to grow and learn from backgrounds and talents of one another. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Industrial and Organizational Psychology Student Associated

To support CSULB students with an interest in I/O psychology in the professional and career development prior to graduation as a means to offer extra-curriculum towards student success. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community. To offer the organization leadership the opportunity to set goals annually based on the current interests and needs of the members. To annually evaluate and report successful completion of goals and needs for future recommendations.

Industrial Designer Society of America (IDSA)

To connect CSULB students with industrial design professionals for career and professional development. To provide CSULB Industrial Design students access to information supplemental to design education and professional development. To pursue continual improvements to IDSA CSULB.

Information Systems Student Association

To provide an arena for students to develop professional skills while preparing to enter the workforce.

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

To promote and maintain the establishment of the IEEE student branch within the academic area of the College of Engineering.

Institute of Transportation Engineers

To promote the advancement of transportation and traffic engineering by fostering the close association of student with transportation engineering and the Institute.

Instrumentation Systems and Automation Society

The objectives of the section shall be located and to reinforce the arts and sciences related to the theory,design manufacture, and use of instrumentation, computers, and systems for measurement and control in various sciences and technologies for the benefit of mankind, and to advance its member's knowledge of lifetime career opportunities in the field of instrumentation.

Interfraternity Council

C&B N/A

International Business Association

C&B N/A

International Chinese Student Association

To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

International Student Association

C&B N/A

International Student Volunteers (ISV) Club

To achieve peaceful coexistence, international cooperation, global awareness and intercultural sensitivity among all peoples, following no specific belief or ideology.

International Studies Student Association

The purposes of the international studies organization is to discuss issues regarding the international studies course, global issues, encouraging participation and awareness within the major and outside of school by promoting the major. Currently,the number of International studies is not where we want it to be and thus we feel that is it our duty to promote the organization to its maximum potential. We want to involve our club members to participate in community service, and have a full calendar of events to stay active in our communities. Our club will bring other clubs together by linking and sharing events and interests.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

In response to god's love, grace and truth: The purpose of InterVarsity Christian fellowship is to establish and advance at CSULB witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's Purposes in the world.

Invisible Children

I.C. was formed in response to the 2003 Documentary "invisible Children: Rough cut." The club serves as a tool to raise awareness and empower the students on this campus to create real and lasting change for invisible children, children who live in inhumane circumstances that often go unnoticed, all over the world.

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity

C&B N/A

Japan Club

To provide support and a social network for Japanese students and students interested in Japanese culture, society, and current issues, while raising cultural awareness and fostering information exchange with the California State University, Long Beach community.

Jazz at the Beach Club

To form a chapter of student musicians, staff and faculty who have an interest in jazz music, to uphold the highest standards of jazz and music as a whole, to further the development of the jazz community in America and throughout the whole world, to fundraise for the CSULB Jazz Program, to give inspiration and encouragement to members, and to further the preservation and support of jazz music as a live and recorded art form. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide all students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community. To provide all members opportunities for performance and networking.

Jewish Studies Club

The purpose of the Jewish Studies club is acquainting CSULB and other local students with Jewish traditions and rituals. By therefore, creating a social outlet with occasional trips to various Jewish events and venues. We will be exploring Jewish music, dance and comedy. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility.

Justice and Gender Education (JAGed)

Mission Statement: Through online articles, multimedia and social activism, JAGed (Justice and Gender Education) organization provides support for those who promote social justice, equality and human rights for all people, regardless of gender, sex, race, class, ability, and age. While raising consciousness in others, we hope to inspire positive social change within our communities.

Kappa Omicron Nu

Kappa Omicron Nu is a national honor society serving Family and Consumer Sciences. It promotes scholarship, leadership and service. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Kappa Psi Epsilon

C&B N/A

Kappa Sigma Fraternity

C&B N/A

Kinesiotherapy Club

Kinesiotherapy is an option of kinesiology with a focus on therapy. The Kinesiotherapy Club will provide all Kinesiotherapy majors, as well as other majors, an opportunity to get more involved with the field of Kinesiotherapy. Students will learn about the discipline of kinesiotherapy, work opportunities kinesiotherapy provides and the skills needed to become a Kinesiotherapist. The Kinesiotherapy Club will also provide peer mentoring for current kinesiotherapy students as well as prospective kinesiotherapy students. This club will allow students to learn, grow and socialize in the field of therapy.

Korea Campus Crusade for Christ

To provide the students of CSULB opportunities to discover the true meaning of life through in-depth Bible study. To give students the opportunity to explore their identity and nurture positive characteristics through meaningful small group discussions with fellow peers. To instill within the students the consideration for others, the desire for professional excellence, and the refinement of courtesy.

Korean American Student Association

To instill in the students of Long Beach State University the desire for self-improvement, scholastic and professional excellence, and desire to learn about business and economics.

Korean International Student Association

To instill in the students of Long Beach State University the desire for self-improvement, scholastic and professional excellence, and desire to learn about business and economics.

La Raza Student Association

To support, educate, and empower students through cultural celebrations/activities, educational workshops, and the promotion of social justice on and off campus. to promote personal and political guidance to the Raza community on campus. To maintain an atmosphere of hermandad (brotherhood/sisterhood) and familia (family) in an environment that many times may seem alien to us.

Lambda Sigma Gamma Sorority, Inc.

No purpose listed

Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.

To provide a sisterhood based on Unity,Love, and Repsect. To provide social and cultural activates, and to carry on charitable and educational programs. To promote leadership, maintain high academic standards, and serve as a voice for the Latino community.

Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity

C&B N/A

Latino Student Union

Promote and preserve the various individual Latina/o cultures and histories. promote education and the development of leadership skills as tools for individual and community empowerment.

Latter-Day Saint Student Association

To help Latter-Day Saint college students stay closely affiliated with the church and provide meaningful activities which are consistent with church standards. To help students succeed in their studies and achieve a balanced life while on campus. To motivate students to become a powerful influence for good on the California State University, Long Beach campus and in their communities. To reach and assist each student through correlation with priesthood leaders, individual student involvement, and flexibility in organization and function to meet local needs.

Law Society

To provide a forum for the discussion of contemporary legal issues, and an opportunity for members to meet with persons involved in the legal affairs of the community. To provide members a forum of moral support through the difficult law school admissions process with useful information, counseling, and access to knowledgeable speakers to assist them in making an informed decision.

Leaders in Freshmen Engineering (eLIFE)

The purpose of eLIFE is to equip freshmen with the necessary skills to become successful leaders in their engineering community as well as in their future careers. We provide a comfortable environment for freshmen to make friends and build their resumes. eLIFE holds bi-weekly leadership workshops and plans exciting events so the freshman can learn valuable skills while bonding with other freshmen and with mentors.

Learning Alliance Peer Mentors

To provide opportunities for community and campus service. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsiiblity.To provide the student opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Lebanese Social Club (LSC)

To unite CSULB students of Lebanese descent and other students interested in Lebanon and the Lebanese culture. To promote awareness, appreciation, and understanding of Lebanon’s past and present society and the Lebanese culture. To link the Lebanese people and culture to the CSULB and Long Beach community. To link the Lebanese people and culture to the CSULB and Long Beach community.

LGBT Resource Center (FO4 #165)

N/A

LIFE on Campus (Love is for Everyone)

The purpose of L.I.F.E. on Campus is to provide students with a small group setting that is a safe place to discuss relevant topics from the Bible in an informal setting for people of all kinds of faith backgrounds. Our mission is to show students that the Bible can be applied to everyday life situations and issues that college students are challenged with through informal discussion.

Linguistics Student Association

The Linguistics Student Association is a place for linguistic students to come together to discuss and get involved in professional and academic activities in the field of linguistics. The Association will promote ethical leadership, academic and professional achievement, and civic responsibility by organizing research related events, such as research colloquiums. It is hoped that these events will increase student participation at the university level as well as on a regional and national level. In addition, it will help students network and find other students with similar linguistic interests. The Association will provide the students with great opportunities for involvement and interaction with the faculty and administration of the Department of Linguistics, the College of Liberal Arts, and CSULB, as well as with members of the community.

Long Beach Army ROTC

The purpose of this organization is to promote professional leadership activities that would enable cades to experience the dynamics of interpersonal relationships and self awareness. To set up a system of communication between the CSULB association and the department of Military Science, Army ROTC, that is located at USC.To introduce the students of this campus, the local high schools, colleges, and universities to the ROTC program.

Long Beach College Democrats

C&B N/A

Long Beach Leaders of University Outreach and School Relations

is an organization of campus leaders whose primary goal is to promote, educate, mentor, and encourage students to pursue a higher education. We reach out to students by means of campus tours, admission presentations, school visits, and early outreach. Members of this organization will develop skills in the areas of leadership, character, communication, and unity. Through Long Beach Leaders students discover the various resources the campus has to offer and gain a more fulfilled college experience.

Long Beach State 49er Ice Hockey

Provide an environment where students can learn to grow by working as a team through competitive ice hockey

Long Beach State Archery Club

To promote and encourage participation in the sport of Archery. To provide opportunities for intercollegiate completion to students at CSULB who seek to improve and advance to the highest levels as a student athlete in archery.

Long Beach State Baseball Club

This organization will allow any student at CSULB to play baseball, America’s past time. The organization will be competitive against other baseball clubs of Universities within a relative distance. It will also allow for a great amount of exercise and help students on campus become more physically fit.

Long Beach State College Republicans

C&B N/A

Long Beach State Crew Team

To promote intercollegiate crew racing at CSULB and to instill in the student athlete of CSULB the desire for self-improvement, scholastic and professional excellence and fulfillment as a student athlete.

Long Beach State Cycling Team

Long Beach State Cycling team will function as both a competitive and recreational team that will help promote the sport of cycling. The Long Beach cycling team will also encourage and develop further the cycling capabilities of advance riders; also to increase public awareness of cycling as a legitimate, exciting and healthy sport.

Long Beach State Fishing Club

The Long Beach State Fishing Club promotes the development and improvement of a fishing lifestyle through the leisure sport of fishing, while taking advantage of the fishing environments of the coastal and freshwater regions of California. To provide a forum of anglers and non-anglers interested in sharing and learning the skills needed to be a successful angler through the sport of fishing in a non competitive fashion. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Long Beach State Roller Hockey

To provide all CSULB students the opportunity to try-out for a college roller hockey team. To promote athletic achievement and acceptable grades. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with other students on Campus.

Long Beach State Running Club

To bring together people who would enjoy social running and related activities. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Long Beach State Sailing Team

To provide instruction and compete in sailing at a competitive level; to help club members learn and improve their skill in the sport; to provide a fun and safe environment for the sport of sailing; to help to ready club members that want to compete at the collegiate level; and to represent California State University, Long Beach to the Pacific Coast Collegiate Sailing Conference (PCCSC) and the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association of North America (ICSANA). To promote and encourage participation at all levels in the sport of sailing. To provide opportunities for and interaction among students, faculty, staff, and the general public in sailing, learning recreational and competitive activities.

Long Beach State Sports Medicine Club

The Purposes of this group is to educate athletic training majors at CSULB regarding the profession of athletic training through the use of seminars, to promote the profession of Sports Medicine among the students at CSULB, to provide an organization that will serve as a liaison between athletic training majors at CSULB and athletic training majors at surrounding colleges and universities, and to provide a forum where new athletic training majors will understand the requirements for certification in the profession of athletic training by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). To allow students with the interest of Sports Medicine to interact with each other and learn more about the profession through seminars and networking with other students.

Long Beach State Table Tennis Team (LBTT)

To provide instruction and compete in table tennis at a competitive level; to help club members learn and improve their skill in the sport; to provide a fun and safe environment in the sport of table tennis; to help to ready club members that want to compete at the collegiate level; and to represent California State University, Long Beach in said competitions. To promote and encourage participation at all levels in the sport of table tennis. To provide opportunities for and interaction among students, faculty, staff, and the general public in table tennis, learning recreational and competitive activities.

Marine Biology Student Association (MBSA)

To build a sense of community among students, faculty, staff, and professionals in the field of marine biology. To promote student participation in community service pertaining to marine related issues. To provide a greater insight into the nature of marine biology classes and to stimulate intellectual curiosity. To support, encourage, and provide opportunities for students to perform original academic research. To provide opportunities to educate individuals in both public and classroom environments on the topic of marine biology.

Mathematics and Statistics Student Association

The objective is to provide academic, educational support in the community and promotes academic development programs that support the advancement of its members

MBA Association

To promote social networking and career advancement of MBA students. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Medieval and Renaissance Student Association

To promote the appreciation and study of the Medieval and Renaissance periods throughout the university at all levels and in all disciplines; to foster community, professional and academic interaction and development; to encourage interest among students in the pursuance of advanced degrees; to participate in maintaining the high profile of CSULB Medieval and Renaissance studies in academic and local communities. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

MEDLIFE

MEDLIFE is a secular, international, student-operated volunteer organization whose mission is to provide sustained health care to underserved communities throughout the world. Along with affiliate groups at other distinguished universities, our team recruits student volunteers, and then travels overseas participate in mobile medical clinics. Our current emphasis is to help the impoverished villages of Ecuador, Peru and Panama. We will hold one trip per academic year, taking place between May-September. We will recruit dedicated students to volunteer on each trip. Along with the mobile clinics, students will visit several community projects that aim to also better the quality of life in these impoverished areas.

Men's Club Volleyball

To provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the social and professional objectives of the students. Provide an environment where students can learn to grow by working as a team through competitive volleyball. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Men's Soccer Club

To participate and compete in soccer at an intercollegiate level.

Metal Arts Guild

The Metal Arts Guild is a student driven organization focused on the promotion of a creative community for students and interaction with faculty further enhancing the possibilities of the organization. The Metal Arts Guild seeks to benefit the members of the guild through scholarships, workshops, and affiliated creative programs within and off the campus. We strive to be further involved with other student organizations and the Department of Art

Mexican American Engineers and Scientists (MAES)

To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Miner Lacrosse

A club that has individuals who are motivated by a common interest to participate in a particular competitive sport. This club team will allow students to learn new skills, develop team unity, and leadership skills. Mainly students will learn these practicalities through participation.

Minority-Focused Alliance OF Pre-Health Students (MAPS)

To encourage, expose and inform pre-health students of the profession with a focus for minority medicine care. In addition this organization will provide many activities for active members such as: community service, health fairs, conferences, tutoring, guidance and more. This organization will provide students with important information concerning the requirements and the process it takes to get into the pre-health professions around the nation. Guest speakers from different schools will be provided to come and speak about their school and what is required of a student to be accepted. Furthermore the organization will provide members with information about the required MCAT, OAT, DAT, PSAT exams and how to prepare for these standardized test. In addition the organization will create a network community within the organization, other organizations form other campuses and many pre-health profession schools.

Model United Nations

To develop students’ research skills and the substantive knowledge necessary to analyze policy-making processes, institutions, and actors influencing the role played by the United Nations as an intergovernmental organization in the global community. Seek through discussion, negotiation, and research, solutions to the various problems of the world: e.g. questions of human rights, protection of the environment, economic development, disarmament, the problems of youth and refugees, as well as the critical issues of war and peace. To achieve, through study and actual participation in Model United Nations (MUN) conferences, an understanding of the purposes, principles, structures, and procedures of the United Nations system of organizations.

Muslim Student Association

This constitution is enacted for the purpose of establishing a representative body of elected members to help: (a) bring together the Muslim community on campus, (b) encourage and facilitate the practice of Islam on campus, (c) promote awareness of Islam among the University community, (d) establish a friendly atmosphere between Muslims and non-Muslims on campus through interrelated activities and entertainment. The MSA will organize events in accordance with the Shariah and Sunnah. Any interferences on the pretext of "modernization" or any such ideas will not be acceptable, as Islam is a way of life for all times and places and hence is not subject to being outdated or needing reform. Where differences of opinion arise on Islamic thought and practice, the MSA shall adhere to principles recognized by the majority of Sunni Muslims in America. The MSA shall maintain an active affiliation with MSA National and MSA West.

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People- CSULB College Chapter (NAACP)

To improve the political, educational, social and economic status. To eliminate racial prejudice. To keep the public aware of the adverse effects of racial discrimination. To take lawful action in order to secure the elimination of racial discrimination consistent with the efforts of the National organization and in conformity with the Articles of Incorporation of the Association, its Constitution and By-Laws and as directed by the National Board of Directors.

National Association of Hispanic Journalist

C&B N/A

National Pan-Hellenic Council

The purpose of the NPHC shall be to foster cooperative actions of its members in dealing with matters of mutual concern. To this end, the NPHC promotes and facilitates the establishment,development and well being of its affiliate fraternities and sororities. The NPHC provide leadership training and support for its constituents.

National Society of Black Engineers

The objectives of NSBE shall be to stimulate and develop African American student interest in engineering. To strive to increase the number of African American students studying engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate level. To endeavor in the advancement of the African American engineer in the professional industry.

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

The specific objectives and purposes of the Society shall be: a) to recognize and celebrate high achievement among first- and second- year college students in all academic disciplines; b) to encourage and promote leadership and high standards throughout the collegiate experiences. c)to provide opportunities for personal growth and leadership development for members. d) To financially support high achievers through a merit award program. e) To organize and encourage learning opportunities through community service. f)To contribute an retention efforts of institutions of higher education experience and h) to provide educational programs and services to society members and their local communities.

National Student Speech-Language Hearing Assoc.

To encourage professional interest among college and university students in the study of normal and disordered human communication behavior. To assist college and university department and local organizations interested in speech, hearing and language behavior and disorders. To provide professional information. To provide a vehicle for student representation in matters of professional concern.

Nikkei Student Union (NSU)

to unite students of Japanese-American descent or those who have an interest in Japanese culture. This organization will enrich those students who are distant from their culture with that of the Japanese-American culture and traditions through social events, community involvement, and cultural lessons.

Off 7th Street Dancers

The purpose of this organization is to represent and serve the student body of CSULB and uphold the integrity of dance as an art form. To indicate an interest in creative, cultural, and historical dance while nurturing an appreciation and understanding of dance as an art form in the community. To uphold the communication between the faculty, staff, and students as mediators and/or peer counselors. To fundraise to the best of our ability in order to provide the students of our organization with activities that will enhance their learning experience here at CSULB. Examples include activities such as workshops, master classes, and concerts.

One Imagination

One Imagination is a collective of artists that uses art, poetry, dance, music - and other mediums of expression- to bring self and social consciousness. One Imagination aims at being the bridge between artists, the community, and the campus by providing a space for artists to express themselves and reach out to the community; as well as being a resource for members to learn about and support the various artistic/social endeavors of conscious individuals and groups within the campus and the community.

Order of Omega

First, to recognize those students who have attained a high standard of leadership in inter-Greek activities, to encourage them to continue along this line, and to inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment. Second, to bring together the most representative fraternity and sorority members, and to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate affairs. Third, to bring together members of faculty, alumni, and student members of the institution's fraternities and sororities on a basis of mutual interest, understanding, and helpfulness.

Pacific Islanders Association

to gather Pacific Islanders from Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia (Fiji, Guam, Hawai`i, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, Republic of Palau, American and Western Samoa, and Tonga), people from the islands that are at CSULB, and any student who would like to be a part of PIA. We want to educate others and learn more about our culture. PIA puts on an annual Luau, high school outreach, graduation celebration, May Day, and other gatherings.

Panhellenic Council

The object of this Panhellenic Council shall be develop, maintain and promote fraternity life and inter-fraternity relations at a high level of accomplishment. Consider the goals and ideals of member groups as continually applicable to campus and personal life. Promote superior scholarship as basic to intellectual achievement. Cooperate with member fraternities and the University administration in concern for and maintenance of high social and moral standards. Act in accordance with the National Panellenic Conference (NPC) UNANIMOUS AGREEMENTS. Endeavor to act in accordance with the NPC recommendation except where these Bylaws or Panhellenic Council rules, policies, or motion may supersede. Act in accordance with rules established by Panhellenic Council so as not to violate the sovereignty, rights and privileges of member fraternities. Advise the Chapters and provide assistance to them by coordinating activities and programs and through the administration of Recruitment. To provide desired services to and for member fraternities. Represent the Panhellenic Council to University, students, administrators, parents, the local community, and other bodies and institutions. Foster a sense of pride and community while facilitating growth and interaction

Percussive Students Association

To further the development and awareness of the many different forms of percussive arts on campus and in surrounding areas. To provide opportunities for students to be exposed to percussion via clinics, performance, master classes, lectures, and demonstrations. To bring inspiration and encouragement to members. To explore many different avenues of world music.

Persian Student Association

To sponsor Persian social and cultural activities and events. To promote an understanding of Persian culture. To help foster friendship among Persian students.

Petra

To give back to the community by donating our time and efforts to various community and campus services. To promote ethical leadership, academic achievement, and civic responsibility. To help those in need of support and assistance. To provide members with a close-knit group of individuals who work together with passion to make the world a better place.

Phi Beta Kappa Student Association

Because Phi Beta Kappa strives to recognize and encourage scholarship, friendship, and cultural interests, the purpose of the Phi Beta Kappa Student Association at California State University, Long Beach is to pursue these goals by engaging in such actions as will ensure the vitality of the national Phi Beta Kappa Society and its elected members. The organization seeks to foster appreciation of the liberal arts, promote academic achievement and ethical leadership, and cultivate civic responsibility. The organization also seeks to provide students opportunities for association and interaction with faculty members, administrators, staff, and community members who have been elected to membership in the Phi Beta Kappa Society

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated (Zeta Tau Chapter)

The objectives of the chapter shall be to carry out the national programs of the Fraternity and to promote Brotherhood, Scholarship and Service, as well as, to facilitate the growth and the expansion of the Fraternity on the campus of CSULB. The Chapter Constitution and Bylaws shall in no way conflict with any policy of the National Constitution and Bylaws

Phi Eta Sigma - Alpha Lambda Delta

The purpose of the Society shall be to encourage superior academic achievement among students in their first year in institutions of higher education, to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning and to assist women and men in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their roles in society. The organization is a freshman honor society that encourages high scholastic attainment among the freshmen at California State University, Long Beach. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Phi Gamma Delta

No C & B

Phi Kappa Phi (The Nat'l Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi)

The objective of this organization is to maintain the chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi chartered and installed at California State University of Long Beach and to support the purposes of the National Society. To promote the pursuit of excellence in all fields of higher education; recognize outstanding achievement by students, faculty, and others through election to membership and through various awards for distinguished achievement; and to engage the community of scholars in service to others. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community

Phi Kappa Psi

No C & B

Phi Kappa Tau

No purpose listed

Phi Mu Alpha

The objective of the fraternity shall be for the development of the best and trust fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students; the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the Alma Mater.

Physical Therapy Club

To advocate and promote an enhanced knowledge and awareness regarding Physical Therapy and its imperative role in injury rehabilitation, injury prevention, wellness, and health promotion. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Pi Kappa Alpha

No C & B

Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity

The Fraternity is and shall be a secret fraternal organization, whose purpose and aim shall be to promote fellowship and mutual trust among its members, to uphold the traditions and ideals of California State University – Long Beach, to encourage excellence in Scholarship, and to instill in its members the highest ideals of Christian manhood and good citizenship.

Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical Engineering Honor Society

The object of this organization shall be to encourage and recognize superior scholarship, to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession, to stimulate interest in coordinate departmental activities, to promote the mutual professional welfare of its members, and to develop in mechanical engineering students the attributes necessary for effective leadership and civic responsibilities.

Pilipino American Coalition

The purpose of the Pilipino American Coalition shall be to promote, to encourage and to initiate programs which prove to be socially, educationally and morally beneficial to the Pilipino-American community and to the Pillipino and Pilipino American student.

Political Science Graduate Student Association

The organization is committed to providing a supportive intellectual environment where Political Science graduate students can pursue their academic interests and enhance their scholarly and professional growth

Political Science Student Association

To provide opportunities for community and campus service. To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To improve communication among students of political science. To promote the ideals of political science as a profession. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Potter's Guild

The Potter’s Guild will provide an outlet for those CSULB students who wish to expand their understanding of clay as an artistic medium.

Printmaking Club

No C & B Found

Program Council

N/A

Project Choice

To educate on substance abuse and HIV/AIDS issues affecting APIs. To train CSULB students to advocate on issues of substance abuse and HIV/AIDS on-campus and in the community. To increase students' access to appropriate health services on or off-campus. To create a network between API students and API faculty and staff on-campus as well as with API service providers off-campus

Psi Chi - CSULB Long Beach Chapter

To advance the science and profession of psychology; and to encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship in the individual members in all fields, particularly psychology. To instill in all students of psychology the desire for self-improvement, scholastic and professional excellence, and the cultivation of civic responsibility. To provide students with opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and members of the community.

Psychology Peer Advisors

The Psychology Peer Advisors give their time to help other undergraduate psychology students. They provide guidance and many different helpful resources to help psychology majors and minors have the most rewarding academic career possible.

Psychology Student Association

The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage communication and promote understanding among Psychology student and their department; to acquaint students with current trends and developments in the psychology community at California State University, Long Beach; To establish representation on into-departmental committees and inter-departmental councils; and to maintain an information center that will assist students with educational and vocational opportunities.

Public Relations Student Society of America

PRSSA was founded by the Public Relations Society of America with the purpose of cultivating a favorable relationship between public relations practitioners, professors and students. The purpose of the CSULB Chapter of PRSSA is to encourage the highest ideals and principles of the practice of public relations and to instill a professional attitude. Furthermore, the purpose of the CSULB chapter is to provide valuable, practical experience in public relations practices while benefiting both the students and the university.

Queer Ink

The purpose of this organization shall be to write, provide workshops, and read the work of its members to enhance their writing ability and expose the group and their work to both a mainstream and LGBTQ audience.

Radiation Therapy Student Association

To increase cancer awareness on campus and within the local community.

Recreation Society

To promote interest in and understanding of the Recreation and Leisure field to the general public. To contribute to the dissemination of practical knowledge in the Recreation and Leisure profession. To promote social and intellectual exchange among members. To promote active participation within the Recreation and Leisure studies majors. To provide personal growth and leadership. To represent the organization to ASI, College of Health and Human Services, the University, and the community.

Religious Studies Student Association

N/A

Rollin' Hurricanes/Wheelchair Basketball Team

To promote the sport of Wheelchair basketball on campus and provide a competitive team for CSULB students to compete against rival schools.

Rotaract Leadership Club

The purpose of the CSULB RLC will be to advance the objectives of Rotary International through fellowship among CSULB students united in the ideal of service. To promote high ethical standards in leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To prove the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community, especially the Rotary Club of Long Beach

Russian Club

An association created to provide the student body, faculty, administration of CSULB, and community with a better understanding of the Russian Language as well as the culture of various Russian speaking countries through university and community activities, presentations, film screenings, and guest speakers. To provide opportunities and resources for CSULB students, faculty, and staff to learn more about Russian culture and language. To provide interested individuals with an opportunity to participate in events promoting awareness and understanding of Russian culture. To form a network of association between CSULB students interested in Russian language, society and culture and the surrounding Russian speaking communities through club-sponsored events.

Sailing Association

To provide on-going instruction and education in the proper, safe and controlled operation of boats in our fleet and for boating in general. To provide CSULB students, alumni, faculty, and staff with sailing vessels for recreational sailing and racing, once they become members and are properly instructed and association-certified. To promote goodwill and cooperation between the CSULB community and the surrounding local sailing community, including the local maritime authorities and boaters in general on local waters.

School Psychology Student Association

The purpose of SPSA shall be to present California State University, Long Beach school psychology graduate students as a unified body in order to discuss issues and concerns that affect students, both professionally and academically; to increase communication between cohorts; to provide opportunities to develop and nurture leadership skills; to allow student mentorship and occasions for sharing relevant resources; to provide additional education and training in the field of school psychology; to institute a means to affect changes within the department/program; to sponsor speakers and extracurricular training; to establish links with professional organizations and school psychology professionals in the community; and to afford networking opportunities for school psychology graduate students.

Shepherds Club

To provide the opportunity for students to study the Bible in depth in order to gain an understanding of its ancient culture, history, historical figures, philosophy, principles, and contemporary relevance. The Bible contains poetic beauty, sage wisdom, vivid narratives and real human emotions. In fact, the Bible is the world's number one best-seller, and many people's lives have been changed because of it, but for just as many people it remains a closed book, both figuratively and literally. Our purpose is to open up the Bible and, through its study, enrich students' understanding of literature, ancient and contemporary culture, interpersonal relations, promote societal awareness, develop their intellect, and give them a broader world view.

Shotokan Karate Club

To teach traditional karate-do (way of life.) In 1961, Mr. Caylor Adkins, one of Mr. Ohshima's first black belts, began attending CSULB and soon formed the school's first karate club. In 1968, after a brief absence, he returned to CSULB along with Mr. Don DePree, who carried on the tradition and led the growing club strongly until 1992, when he entrusted leadership of the club to Mr. Samir Abboud. A continuing student of Don DePree since 1969, Samir was CSULB Karate Club Captain and assistant instructor to Don DePree for many years. The direct heritage linking the CSULB Karate Club to the origins of karate assures you of the highest level of instruction. Every black belt in the CSULB Karate Club, including the one teaching you, has studied directly under Mr. Ohshima and has received his or her black belt ranking through grading held by Shotokan Karate of America. The traditional ranking system of SKA assures that when you are ready for grading, the rank you are given is indicative of your actual ability.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

The purpose of the association shall be to create, pursue, and maintain a more perfect brotherhood; promote scholastic excellence; facilitate individual personal and character growth, provide community services; and to increase each member's worldwide brotherhood in which he lives. In no way at any time shall the fraternity's objective or rules contradict the laws of the land, the university, or the written laws of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity.

Sigma Alpha Iota

N/A

Sigma Alpha Lambda (SAL)

To promote academic excellence at the chapter and national level and to encourage high academic achievement among school-aged children through participation in school-based mentoring programs. To engage university students, faculty, and staff as well as the surrounding community in meaningful, relevant service initiatives and raise awareness for worthwhile causes. To promote an understanding of the service model of leadership, to educate on the philosophy of leading through service, and to develop leadership skills based on the principles of servant leadership.

Sigma Chi Fraternity

No C & B

Sigma Gamma Rho

To foster and encourage education and upright living among women we have banded ourselves into a sisterhood through which medium we hope to help and promote the general welfare of women.

Sigma Kappa

The purpose of this sorority shall be to unite its members in a bond of sincere friendship for the development of character and the promotion of social, literary and intellectual culture; to support and further the program and objectives of the colleges where its chapters are functioning; to strive for high standards of achievement - scholastically, socially, and spiritually; and to make a constructive contribution to the communities in which its college and alumnae chapters and clubs are located by encouraging the exercise of the rights and obligations of good citizens and the support of worthwhile civic, social and philanthropic projects

Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity, Inc.

The purpose of Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity shall be primarily one of promoting Latino/Hispanic culture and standards of excellence in morality, ethics, and education. Further, the Fraternity shall work to better serve the needs and wants of all people by disseminating the diverse culture which we all share. Finally the Fraternity shall maintain respect for the views of others through this tolerance, enhancing our understanding of one another, and thus bettering our community, our country, and the world

Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc.

The purpose of Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority shall be primarily one of promoting standards of excellence in morality, ethics, and education. Further, the Sorority shall work to better serve the needs and wants of all people by disseminating information about the diverse culture, which we all share. Finally the Sorority shall maintain respect for the views of others through this valuing, thereby enhancing our understanding of one another, and thus bettering our community, our country, and the world.

Sigma Phi Omega

The purpose of this organization shall be to develop greater womanhood through service to the school and the community and through social interaction.

Sigma Pi

Not listed

Simple Truth

Educate students about Christianity. Help the community through community service.

Social and Cultural Analysis of Education Student Organization

To promote social justice by connecting with community, engaging in critical dialogue, and putting into practice the knowledge and skills acquired during our education experience to support peace and progress.

Social Dance Club

Our purpose shall be to promote social dance throughout the campus and community and to pursue the enjoyment and appreciation of social dance as a lifetime source of recreational activity.

Society for Creative Anachronism

The SCA is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe. Our "Known World" consists of 19 kingdoms, with over 30,000 members residing in countries around the world. Members, dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, attend events which feature tournaments, royal courts, feasts, dancing, various classes & workshops, and more. The campus branch is a facet of this organization, and as part of the campus is invested in encouraging the student body to learn and participate in these activities.

Society for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

SIE aims at fostering innovation driven entrepreneurship through incubation, research and dissemination of knowledge. Provide our members with real-time learning opportunities and supporting platform’s to network with potential investors, successful entrepreneurs and mentors to transform business ideas from concept to successful enterprises.

Society for the Advancement of Chicano/Latino and Native American Scientists

To help the Hispanic and Native American scientific community of the California State University Long Beach to actively network, outreach, and participate in developing their professional career. Ultimately, the CSULB student chapter of SACNAS aims to mentor the success of students until they reach their career and professional goals.

Society for the Advancement of Management

To educate students in the fundamentals of leadership and management.

Society of Automotive Engineers

To enhance student involvement in automotive and aerospace design and engineering.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

The purpose of the Chapter shall be to actively promote the policies, objectives, and programs of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Inc.; herein referred to as SHPE National

Society of Manufacturing Engineers

To help the Hispanic and Native American scientific community of the California State University Long Beach to actively network, outreach, and participate in developing their professional career. Ultimately, the CSULB student chapter of SACNAS aims to mentor the success of students until they reach their career and professional goals.

Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists (MAES)

To promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility. To provide the students opportunities for association an interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

Society of Petroleum Engineers

To disseminate knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of petroleum engineering and the furtherance of the professional development of student members.

Society of Physics Students (SPS)

To create and nurture interest in the science of physics

Society of Professional Journalists

To provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action designed to advance the academic, social and professional objectives of journalism students. To provide journalism students with opportunities to interact with professional journalists, members of CSULB faculty and administration, and members of the community through programs and meetings. To help bond with fellow journalists to keep journalism strong and unfettered as a profession. To cultivate and encourage cohesiveness and effective learning within the Journalism Department of CSULB.

Society of Robotics and Computing Technology

To make robotics accessible to an undergraduate engineering audience.

Society of Student Illustrators

The Society of Student Illustrators hopes to add unique value to the illustration students' academic experience by promoting peer-to-peer interaction and camaraderie, exposure to art professionals, and local exposure for their own work via off campus art exhibitions and other group activities such as attending lectures and gallery exhibitions

Society of Women Engineers

No purpose listed

Sociology Student Association

The Sociology Student Association is more than an academic student organization, we are dedicated to exposing students to careers, graduate schools, internships, and offer chances to give back to under-privileged communities. We also host a number of events that invite students to take an active role on campus and in society. We do not discriminate on any basis and we welcome women and men of any race, sexuality, or sexual preference into our community. Students from all class backgrounds and majors are also welcome.

Spanish Club

To plan and co-sponsor intellectual, cultural, and social events related to the Spanish speaking world with the Romance German Russian Languages and Literatures Department. To promote Spanish cultures from Spain and Latin America as well as to increase skills in the Spanish language.

Spanish Graduate Student Association (SGSA)

To serve as a liaison between the RGRLL Department, university members and the community at large and to assist in the recruitment of students interested in realizing the goals of the organization. The SGSA goals are to plan and co-sponsor intellectual, cultural, and professional networking academic events in a social setting related to languages housed in the Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages and Literatures, with an emphasis on Spanish.

Stand Up for Kids

The purpose of this organization is to perform outreach to homeless youth and to provide them with food, clothing and counseling

Statistics Student Association

The objective is to provide academic, educational support in the community and promotes academic development programs that support the advancement of its members

Step Up

To promote volunteerism among students at CSULB. To form a network of individuals who work together to improve the community of Long Beach and surrounding cities through volunteer efforts. To provide CSULB students opportunities to improve and develop in different hip hop dance styles and connect with other students, staff and faculty who share the same interest.

Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society

The objects of this Chapter shall be to afford an opportunity for students of a chemical science to become better acquainted, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members, to instill a professional pride in the chemical sciences, and to foster an awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern chemist.

Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB)

To provide positive solutions to specific needs of African American male students enrolled at CSULB. To provide education, cultural, social, spiritual and intellectual programs that are grounded in the theory that is culturally appropriate for African American males. To address retention issues amongst African American males by focusing special attention on the need and concerns of disadvantage African American males in Higher Education, and to the African American males development as a process.

Student Athlete Advisory Council

To promote efficient communication between the CSULB Athletic Department Administration, NCAA, or appropriate conference and the student-athlete population regarding the needs and concerns that impact their academic performance and personal well being.

Student Chapter of the American Society of Microbiology

No C & B

Student Chapter of the National Association of Home builders

No C & B

Student Communication Association

To instill in students of the Department of Communication Studies at CSULB the desire for self-improvement, scholastic and professional experience. To provide students of the Department of Communication Studies at CSULB with sufficient knowledge of the requirements for completion of the undergraduate degree, as well as with strategies to market the degree for future job opportunities. To instill in students a long-term sense of connection and dedication to the Department of Communication Studies at CSULB

Student Dietetic Association

The purpose of the Student Dietetic Association shall be to provide a framework for meaningful student involvement in campus, community, and professional activities and to stimulate interest in the profession of dietetics and food administration. To acquaint students with aspects of dietetics and food administration. To broaden the scope of educational experiences through nutrition related activities. To provide nutrition information to the community. To provide opportunities for members to become active with the American Dietetic Association (ADA) at national, state, and local levels. To encourage student participation and membership in student and professional organizations. To provide information on internships. To provide orientation and peer advising for dietetic students. To improve communication among students of the department. To improve communication among students and faculty.

Student Historical Review

The purpose of the organization “Student Historical Review” is to establish an annual historical journal publication to be primarily written, edited and produced by undergraduate and graduate students from CSULB. The organization’s aim will be to showcase quality historical scholarship and writing; to introduce students to the dynamics of professional publication standards by undergoing rigorous fact checks, editing and following critical reviews, with the goal of strengthening their historical prose; encourage students through review from scholars at CSULB as well as the greater historical community; foster original research and historical conclusions. The organization will provide students with an opportunity both to have their historical research published and be involved in the production of those publications, thereby promoting an early entrance into the field of historical writing and research.

Student Philosophy Association

The Student Philosophy Association (hereafter SPA) is primarily concerned with inculcating members (members which draw from the general undergraduate population of philosophy majors), with the practice of philosophical inquiry. Furthermore, the SPA is concerned with engaging its members with the faculty and serving as an adjuvant for those members whom wish to pursue a graduate degree in philosophy.

Students Active in Community Health

The purpose of this student organization is to increase a) communication among students from various cultural and ethic backgrounds b) understand the role of food in any community’s nutritional well-being, and c) create opportunities for students to share ethnic backgrounds through campus, community, and professional activities. Students from various cultures will focus on their commonalities. They will learn about the role of food in their daily lives and the unique food patterns and the preparation techniques characteristic of their cultural and ethnic background.

Students' Food Science Society

To provide a framework for meaningful student involvement and to stimulate interest on the field of Food Science. To provide information on internships, traineeships, scholarships, and other related topics of interest that will benefit and guide the member toward their pursuit of a profession in Food Science. To broaden the scope of educational experiences through carried Food Science related activities. To increase communication between related departmental organizations such as International Food Service Executives Association (IFSEA), Student Dietetic Association (SDA), etc.

Students in Fashion

To promote professionalism within the organization as well as the private and fashion industry. To educate students on current events, within the department or the fashion industry sector, while maintaining currency, support and unity within the department. Provide professional enrichment activities on and off campus, such as fundraising for the annual Spring Fashion Show, and networking through publicity and guest speakers.

Students of Life Organization (SOLO)

The purpose of this organization is to encourage a free–thinking non–denominational environment where ideas can be shared by students and staff with the intention of expanding one’s mind

Students United for Social Justice

The purpose of this organization is to provide real life organizing experiences and training around social justice issues. Club meetings will provide a space for public discussion and education around local social justice issues, such as a living wage and clean air. Students will be putting practical use to classroom learning by actively participating in the school and in the community.

Study Abroad Club

To promote study abroad by providing returning, future, and prospective study abroad participants an opportunity to process and share their experiences.

Taiwanese Student Association

To provide Taiwanese Students an opportunity to interact and share learning and life experience with each other at CSULB. This association will help to promote Taiwanese culture as well as emphasize the rituals of Taiwanese and knowledge of Taiwan

Tau Beta Pi

It is the purpose of this society to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their alma mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as students in engineering, or by their attainment as alumni in the field of engineering.

Tau Kappa Epsilon

TKE contributes to the advancement of society through the personal growth of our members, and service to others.

Tennis on Campus: CSULB

The purpose of Tennis On Campus: CSULB is to foster a friendly and competitive social community for tennis players at CSULB. Specifically, it is to: Serve as a common base for finding those who are interested in playing tennis, provide a forum for socialization among those who are interested in tennis, promote an open and safe environment for learning the sport of tennis, manage a traveling squad to compete against regional and national club teams.

The Battle Frontier

The Battle Frontier is an organization aimed at the promotion of the competitive spirit within the realm of sports. Achieving this goal will be done through the hosting of events and gatherings where people can compete. Socialization and networking are key parts, as community building is a core part of the experience and the organization.

The House on Campus

To allow students a venue in which students may participate in an on-campus Bible study. To allow students interested in Bible studies to interact with one another.

The Navigators

The Navigators is an international Christian organization with a focus on meeting together intentionally for the purposes of fellowship and discipleship. We exhibit spiritual and personal development. The motto of our organization is, “To know Christ and to make Him known.” The Navigators has many opportunities during the semester as well as the summer for people to get involved in life changing service projects. We have meetings to facilitate our goals.

The New Generation (La Nueva Generation) from Long Beach

We, The New Generation (La Nueva Generation) from Long Beach, seek to unite and involve all students in a more harmonious and brotherly atmosphere through academic, social, and cultural means. There is a need to interface the various backgrounds that constitute the student body of the university in order to improve relations amongst all students and the surrounding community.

The Organization for Pre-Health Professional Students (TOPPS)

To provide a holistic campus organization encompassing the allied Health fields of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, and Optometry. To provide students with the necessary information for matriculation to the various professionals schools. To serve as a nucleus to initiate relevant and professional campus events involving the pre- health professional careers. To provide students with the opportunity to interact with individual members of each profession and to learn firsthand about each discipline. To enable students interested in the above fields to associate with and work together towards achieving similar goals. To show prospective employees and professional schools throughout the United States and beyond that pre-professional students at California State University Long Beach are competitive as well as intellectually and emotionally motivated to become professionals in their respective allied health fields.

The Political Theory Roundtable

The Political Theory Roundtable is a pre-professional group, which provides students with the opportunity to work with fellow students in improving writing skills, lecturing abilities, and to lead discussions.

The Uprising

Our mission is to participate in the body of Christ in responsible evangelism to other young people, presenting them with the person, work and teachings of Christ; to train Christians of all ethnicity to know their faith and to make an even-handed and incisive, yet gracious defense for historical Christianity and Christian values in the public sphere. We will provide the fundamentals of theology and ethics, and the fundamental tools of thought to better equip Christians with love, knowledge, wisdom, and the character of Jesus Christ, which will be reflective in their own walk with Christ. The main message of the Uprising which is the Gospel of Jesus Christ will inspire students to practice academic integrity, and participate in numerous community service opportunities. The Uprising is determined to create an environment in which students are able to learn about Jesus Christ, and share on a platform which will encourage others, as well as allow for corrections within the body of Christ. We are standing out for Christ because we believe that change begins when one individual no longer fears the world, but fears God. Welcome to Change. This is the Revolution. This is The Uprising. Our vision is to see every person from every demographic on our campuses have the opportunity to make an informed decision to be a follower of Jesus Christ. We are determined to break the silence in our generation one testimony at a time. From the out-pouring of biblical teaching and the redeeming power of the Holy Spirit we envision seeing every person on campus come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ through faith and repentance, which should inspire them to live out their faith. By inspiring students with the gospel of Jesus Christ, we will create tomorrow’s leaders, today's responsible students, upright citizens who are willing, and able to intelligently defend what they believe. Students will be inspired to stand up for the freedoms of all people across the world to come to the knowledge of the redemptive power found in Christ.

Theta Chi Fraternity

N/A

Transcendental Meditation Club

To bring Students at California State University, Long Beach together who are already familiar with the Transcendental Meditation Program (TM), and/or are interested ; to create unbounded awareness amongst them; to expand their mental potential; to reduce their stress and improve their health; to promote ideal relationship amongst them; and to create a powerful influence of peace in the world.

Transfer Student Association (TSA)

The Transfer Student Association of CSULB has been established to provide support, assistance, mentoring and social opportunities for students who transfer to CSULB. At this point there are no specific services solely in place to assist transfer students in their transition to the university, leaving this population to feel isolated and disconnected. The TSA’s goal is to provide this student population a group to support them in their transition as well as a connection to the university. To assist in the successful transition of transfer students. To provide transfer students opportunities for association and interaction with other new and returning transfer students.

Turkish Student Association

To serve the cultural and academic needs of the Turkish community at CSULB.

U.S. Green Building Council - Students at CSULB

To foster scientific study and research in the field of environmentally sustainable building; To develop and disseminate knowledge in sustainable building research and design. To improve the methods and design of sustainable buildings; and To develop better public understanding and appreciation of the challenges and solutions posed by improved sustainable building practices. To promote understanding, adoption and use of sustainable building practices across the CSULB community. To integrate students and young professionals into the green building movement, by creating a network of emerging green building leaders, develop opportunities for involvement through the USGBC, and to further generate momentum of the green building industry.

Ukulele at the Beach

The purpose of our organization is to promote the art of playing the ukulele across our campus. We want to teach others how to play the ukulele, form an ensemble, and perform. This club will be an outlet for those with and without musical knowledge to congregate and have fun learning together. Our ultimate goal is to perform both on campus and in the surrounding community. We want to represent CSULB in an exciting, musical, and unique way.

Ultimate Frisbee Club

To instill a sense of duty and sportsmanship in the student body. Ultimate is all about Spirit of the Game, a concept unique to this amazing sport. As there are no referees, every player is expected to call his own fouls. This brings out and reveals the best in people. Also, to provide an athletic sport for those needing to compete that would otherwise be denied at the collegiate level.

Undergraduate Law Review

The Undergraduate Law Review (ULR) is an annual publication by undergraduate students at California State University, Long Beach. The Undergraduate Law Review aims to be an interdisciplinary endeavor, seeking creative and original submissions from undergraduates of all majors and disciplines in order to promote excellence in writing, research, and analytical skills of its members and to provide a forum for legal commentary of interest to the academic and legal communities. To publish a scholarly legal journal with articles that promote understanding of and intelligent debate over legal issues, advancing the understanding of law in the undergraduate, alumni, and broader communities.

UNICEF

UNICEF shall have three primary goals; the first of which is Education. UNICEF shall endeavor to Educate our own members, the campus and the community about UNICEF’s child survival work. This can be accomplished by, but not limited to; international dinners, lectures, movies, or discussions - often in conjunction with volunteer work. The second goal is Advocacy. This shall encompass both political and educational advocacy. Educational Advocacy will be the primary aim of this organization. Education Advocacy will be focused on raising awareness about child survival issues. However, Political Advocacy when mandated by the parent organization, UNICEF Office of Public Policy and Advocacy, shall be carried out with the goal of educating the public on behalf of the parent organization in accordance with all the rules and regulations of the community, CSULB, and parent-UNICEF. The final goal of UNICEF is Fundraising. Fundraising may focus on one issue or area of the world that parent-UNICEF is currently engaged in. Fundraisers can occur on both the campus and in the community. In conjunction with the primary goals as stated above, UNICEF shall also work to promote ethical leadership and academic achievement, and to cultivate civic responsibility among members and the campus. To provide the students opportunities for association and interaction with the faculty and administration of CSULB and with the members of the community.

United Migrant Students Association

To foster the leadership skills of CSULB migrant students by way of academic, cultural and co-curricular activities. To reach out and interact with the migrant community and raise campus awareness regarding migrant issues.

University Bible Fellowship

To teach the Bible to college students

University Honors Program Student Association

To facilitate communication among the students of the University Honors Program.

University Players

The University Players strive to aid fellow students in producing quality theatre. Working hand in hand with students, faculty, and staff we provide an open line of communication. We serve as the voice of the students and always act to serve their best interests. Above all, we are here to encourage the love of theatre in students, staff, and ourselves.

Up Till Dawn

To unite CSULB campus in an effort spearheaded and led by CSULB student body to educate the campus and community about the mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. To raise much needed dollars for the children of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. To promote the value of service learning to all students at CSULB. To establish a model event that St. Jude will market to other campuses across the nation as they expand the Up ‘til Dawn program. To provide students the opportunity to accumulate valuable and practical knowledge through their committee planning and event execution work.

Veteran's Network (VETNET)

VET net is a student social organization that serves the interest of veteran students at California State University Long Beach. VETNET has three main purposes listed below. To promote and expand the camaraderie and care of former military service members who have served their country and are students at CSULB. This includes social activities, community activities, and specific student veteran outreach activities. To facilitate representation to the staff and faculty of the university those issues which affect student veteran enrollment, education, benefits, disabled services, and all other areas which to serve to negatively or positively influence that student veteran community on the CSULB campus. To promote student veteran qualities of leadership, moral, and ethical behavior commonly shared values, educational and social achievement and acknowledge civic responsibilities. VETNET will profile student veteran achievements and offer examples of personal greatness in various forms of media and serve as an example for other CSULB students. VETNET will coordinate and interact with Veteran Service Organizations in the local community.

Vietnamese Student Association

To unite individuals with a common interest in education, social involvement and cultural development of the Vietnamese community.

Visual Communication Design Association

To facilitate communication, interaction, and awareness between the student body, faculty, and the greater design world. To help pre-majors into the CSTJLB graphic design program by furthering excellence in execution, concept, and design in student portfolios. To continue promoting California State University, Long Beach's reputable graphic design program as one of the best in the nation.

Wakeboard & Water-ski Club

To promote student involvement within the school, as well as promote recreational water sports to the students and everyone else interested. Also the purpose is to have a team that competes nationally against other schools, representing CSULB.

Web Developers Club

The purpose of this organization is to promote the importance of Web design concepts and provide students a community to share ideas and talents. Show students how Web design can be implemented in any career. The development of accessible and valid sites as outlined by the W3C will be the focus. Web development will include static and dynamic sites. All majors and all levels of technical knowledge will be accepted.

Women in Construction

To promote professionalism and to provide opportunities for students to interact with professionals in the construction industry.

Women's Club Volleyball

To provide leadership in presenting a cohesive course of action to advance the social and professional objectives of the students. Provide an environment where students can learn to grow by working as a team through competitive volleyball.

Women's Ultimate Frisbee

The purpose of the women’s ultimate Frisbee club is to provide a sport for female students of any athletic level to participate in and meet other students. The club will play against other teams in our, section, region and hopefully someday nationally. The sport of ultimate is still new, especially for women, and the club will help educate women about ultimate while sharing the love for a high intensity sport based on spirit, meeting new people, and having a great time while getting some exercise.

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Student Association

An academically-oriented group that extends the insights of feminism to help students develop their skills as leaders, organizers, and social transformers. To provide a formal connection between the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Department on campus and students interested in the field of Women’s Studies in order to facilitate the academic and political growth of those students. To provide a way for Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies students to organize to inform the larger campus community on issues central to the goals and mission of Women’s Studies.

Zeta Beta Tau

No purpose listed

Zeta Epsilon Tau

To cultivate and enhance leadership abilities. To promote brotherhood and friendship. To initiate and involve its members in projects of cultural and intellectual values. To provide school and community service.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

No purpose listed

Zeta Phi Rho Fraternity

The purpose of Zeta Phi Rho is to promote academic, community service, and a sense of strength and unity within each of out members