Active Minds at CUA is a chapter of a national organization that works to diminish the stigma around mental health issues and foster a more open dialogue about these topics on our campus.
We aim to promote campus dialogue surrounding free enterprise and American leadership among members of the CUA community through independent thinking, open debate, reasoned argument, facts and the highest standards of research and exposition.
Alpha Phi Omega is the National Co-ed Service Fraternity. We follow the principles of: developing leadership, promoting friendship, providing service to humanity; and furthering the freedom that is our national, educational, and intellectual heritage.
On the patio level of Father O’Connell Hall is the Craves Family Alumni Center. It is named in honor of Robert E. Craves, B.A. 1965, and his wife, Gerri, for their very generous gift to CUA.
ASCE at CUA is the student chapter of the national organization which coordinates social events for Civil Engineering students and provides opportunities for all students to connect with faculty and staff in the Civil Engineering department.
To advance the arts and sciences of heating, ventilating, air-conditioning and refrigerating to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world.
The mission of this organization shall be to promote brotherhood between mechanical engineering students through social activities, to promote the spread of knowledge through academic programs, and to support students’ pursuit of an engineering career.
This club is for students both Arab and non-Arab regardless of religion to be able to grow and learn about their interest in the Middle East and Arab World.
The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music has an intimate conservatory atmosphere within a major university setting.