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Ways to Get Involved

​Why join a student group?
Enhance your time spent on campus by getting involved. From making friends to establishing fashion industry connections, your student club membership offers the following benefits.

  • Great resume builder
  • Noteworthy experiences coveted by future employers
  • Awesome networking connections
  • Trips with aspiring fashion professionals
  • Opportunities to attend industry conferences and events
  • Rewarding volunteer experiences
  • Beneficial leadership opportunities
FMD Student organizations
Fashion Association of  Merchandising and Design (FAMD)
FAMD is an organization for students planning a career in fashion and the retail industry. The group encourages creativity, passion and professionalism as members gain industry experience through travel, the planning of Threads, CMU’s renowned spring fashion show, and philanthropic causes.

Faculty Advisor
Ian Mull
Wightman 215

The American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC)

AATCC is an organization for students interested in textiles. Chapter members collaborate with other groups on campus and hold local contests to promote better understanding of selecting and using textiles.

Faculty Advisor
Usha Chowdhary, PhD
Wightman 126

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