Student Organizations in Philosophy, Anthropology and Religion
Join a Department of Philosophy, Anthropology and Religion student organization today! By joining, you get the benefits of networking with fellow students, earning a higher GPA, gain a better college experience, and understand the connection between the classroom and real-life experiences.
Philosophy student organizations
The Student Philosophers
Meet for philosophically inspired conversations! No matter your level of experience, if you have an interest in philosophy, this club welcomes you to join and participate in our weekly meetings. To inquire about joining, email faculty advisor Josh Smith.
Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity
Many philosophy students are interested in careers in law are active in Phi Alpha Delta, an academic pre-law fraternity. For information regarding Phi Alpha Delta, contact the Law Professions Center or the Phi Alpha Delta office in the University Center.
Anthropology student organizations
Dedicated to promoting and advancing the knowledge of the four fields in anthropology and educating the public about the cultures of the world. To inquire about joining, Anthropology Society or email faculty advisor Sergio Chavez.
Are you interested in true crime, forensic anthropology, and toxicology? Join our club and network with other students from across all disciplines that are interested in a variety of topics related to forensics and the opportunity to hear from guest speakers in the field. To inquire about joining, email faculty advisor Cathy Willermet.
Lambda Alpha National Honor Society
Zeta of Michigan is Central Michigan University’s chapter of the National Collegiate Honors Society for Anthropology. As a member, you will be part of an established network of anthropologists and have opportunities for scholarships and research grants. To inquire about joining, send an email to email@example.com.