At Colorado Women's College, you'll become part of a community that supports your success. A great way to get involved and enhance your college experience is to join a student organization. With groups that complement a variety of interests, speakers, events, movies, theatre productions, as well as an active Alumnae Association, you are sure to find a group that interests you.
Business-Minded Women advances women in their personal and professional lives. Students and alumnae meet to discuss, analyze, and strategize current business trends, recently enacted and pending legislation, issues in human resources, and other topics of interest. The group meets regularly—about every six weeks. For information contact Jana Johnson at email@example.com.
DU Women in Technology builds community and enhances learning. We undertake service projects and field trips that broaden experiences in the world of information technology including interaction with an Information Technology Studies Advisory board, guest speakers and outside groups. For information contact Tiffany Scheid at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Film Club involves criticism, analysis, and study of film. Film Club co-sponsors "Faculty Film Forum" in which DU faculty present their creative products and introduce films for screening, study, discussion and enjoyment. Students see films, discuss and share ideas, and explore opportunities for writing about film. For information contact Carol Zak-Dance at email@example.com.
Lambda Pi Eta (honor society) is the communication honor society of the National Communication Association (NCA). Colorado Women's College sponsors the only chapter of this organization on the University of Denver campus. A primary goal of Lambda Pi Eta is to recognize, foster, and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in communication studies. Among the requirements for acceptance into this communication honor society are completion of a minimum of 90 quarter hours and a 3.5 GPA. For information contact Carol Zak-Dance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Law and Society Association (LASSA) is for those interested in the Law and Society program and in law-related issues and activities. The interdisciplinary, social science-based, Law and Society program of Colorado Women's College is the unique result of faculty strength, an explicitly articulated University commitment to the public good, and a population of students who seek opportunities to effect positive societal change through their own lives, their families, and their broader social and professional environments. LASSA is dedicated to making a difference in our community and in our neighborhoods. For information, contact Bonnie-Jean Jenkins at email@example.com and view the Portfolio.
Sisterhood of Speakers, sponsored by Lambda Pi Eta, gives attendees an opportunity to hone their public speaking skills. To learn more contact Carol Zak-Dance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Advisory Board fosters a sense of academic excellence, belonging, and communication between students, faculty, and staff. For further information call (303) 871-6430.
Women's Communication Network Supports its members to think critically and creatively while preparing... for careers or career transitions in business communication, human communication, mass communication, journalism and other related fields. To learn more contact Carol Zak-Dance at email@example.com.
Writer's Club allows students to further their work as writers in an atmosphere of collegiality, peer support, and friendly critique sessions. Members explore writing in a variety of forms and genres, including autobiography and memoir, poetry, biography, creative short fiction, nonfiction, playwriting, interviews, and social commentaries.