Below is a list of active student organizations at Penn State Abington. You can click on each organization name to take you to their Engage page, find out more information, contact members and more.
Abington Anime Association is open to all those who share or are interested in anime, Japanese culture, video games, and/or manga!
AAA aims to introduce students to the critical analysis of all forms of art. This organization offers bi-weekly presentations of art subjects and thesis, trips to museums, galleries, and other hubs of artwork.
ACE is the event planning group on campus! We host a wide variety of events, such as Java Hut, Casino Night, Grocery Bingo, Movie Night, Game Shows, and much more! ACE gives students the amazing opportunity to build lifelong connections with other students.
ACF is a non-denominational, non-exclusive club with the primary goal of serving God. The club strives to provide an uplifting environment where members can talk about God, inquirers can ask questions, and students can meet other students.
The Abington Review is a publication created by the students at Penn State Abington. The magazine features fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, memoir, and essays. The magazine also publishes visual arts such as paintings, photography, sculpture, and drawings created by students.
We are a family determined to unify our campus and educate others not only about African Culture but also the essence of building a stronger community through supporting one another. Our motto is: “Africa is one Nation! :))”
The Asian Student Association encourages students to get involved in helping to raise awareness about the diversity of Asia through social and educational activities. We, as a club, want to increase the unity as well as the diversity on campus. ASA hopes to create long-lasting friendships between students of all backgrounds by providing activities where they can meet other students of similar backgrounds.
The Black Student Union is the voice of the black community and allies on campus. We connect by learning, empowering, socializing, and working together to gain knowledge and awareness of all things impacting the black community.
Chinese Christian Club allows students discuss their faith openly and teach ideas about Christianity. There will also be entertainment as our club will play Chinese traditional games. Every week we will have a meeting that will consist of discussions and Bible studies.
Community Outreach Workers (COW) aims to promote awareness and education of needs of the community. COW gives students the ability to volunteer their time by providing and promoting opportunities while teaching the value of civic engagement. COW strives to invite the community into our campus and extend the spirt of Penn State Abington into the community.
The Education Club at Penn State Abington focuses on preparing students for a career in the educational field. We offer professional development resources and partnerships with local elementary schools, which are the focus of our fundraising efforts.
Enactus is an international nonprofit organization that brings together students, academic and business leaders who are committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. Guided by academic advisors and business experts, the student leaders of Enactus create and implement empowerment projects in their communities and around the globe.
Engineering Club is designed to be a place where students majoring in engineering can come together and work on fun STEM projects while applying math and physics. This club is open to anyone regardless of major, but is especially geared towards those who have any interest in engineering, building things, and applying math and science skills.
The Health Humanities Club (HHC) is an organization that will raise awareness of the emerging field of Health Humanities and how valuable it is for students who intend on pursuing any field in the health sciences. The HHC will combine the diverse fields of the arts and health humanities in order to express themselves in regards to health-related topics.
Hillel at Abington is an organization for students, Jewish or not, to get involved in a warm and welcoming community. Meet fellow Jewish students on campus, learn about the culture, celebrate holidays, and learn the purpose of the Jewish people.
The Latino Student Organization advocates for all minorities on campus while providing social and educational services for all Penn State Students.
The Lifesavers club’s mission is to raise health awareness around the campus and promote healthy and responsible lifestyles. We co-host events such as the Blood Drive with American Red Cross and the Spring Health Fair. What are you waiting for?! Become a member! Become a Lifesaver!
Our purpose is to create student pride within both current and prospective students. We strive to support, promote, and take park in events that occur within the Penn State Abington community through our involvement in official Admissions events.
The general goal of Martial Arts Club is to bring together like-minded individuals interested in martial arts to learn from one another and through safe practice of self-defense to make the Abington community a safer place.
The purpose of this organization is to allow a comfortable space for Muslim students to express their religious values and to educate the student body about Islam. MSA provides students with the opportunity to perform prayer on campus at all times and strives to create a comfortable and welcoming environment for students to discuss any relative issues by contacting board members and advisors.
Our goal is to help you explore and become familiarized with different health professions, as well as provide support and experience to all of our members who are planning to pursue careers in the health field.
An organization dedicated to providing an intellectual atmosphere where issues of the law can be explored. Our goal is not only to examine the law abstractly and in our everyday lives, but also to help students prepare law school applications.
Here at Sister 2 Sister, our goal is to increase retention rates among women of color at Penn State Abington by providing them with the tools necessary for academic and personal success while building a sisterhood through being actively involved within our community.
Connecting cultures from all over South Asia as one community to bring about a change. Educating and celebrating each and every unique culture is our main goal. Create a space, where new and old members have outlets to put their creative ideas into things, so that they feel like it’s a part of their club as well.
Spectrum is the voice of the LGBT+ community and their allies at PSU Abington. We’re more than a social movement, we’re a family. We exist to promote acceptance and celebrate diversity through facilitating a platform in which all voices can be heard.
SGA is the organization that focuses on advocating for the Penn State Abington students. We seek to promote the co-curricular experience, to build a network of communication throughout the campus, to integrate our resources into Abington organizations, and to provide a sense of community that furthers the welfare of the College and the University.
Learn about fundraising and alumni relations at Penn State Abington. Gifts from alumni and friends from Penn State help enrich student education, facilities, and Student Life programming on our campus.
We strive to create personal bonds between our veterans and the campus community to smooth the process of reintegrating into the world after military service.
Our mission is to further educate those who are majoring in the field of Criminal Justice or those would like to learn more about Criminal Justice. Together we work with faculty as well as professionals employed within the criminal justice field help those majoring in criminal justice to build connections and prepare to embark on a career in the field of criminal justice.
THON is a student-run philanthropy and its mission is to conquer pediatric cancer by providing outstanding emotional and financial support to the children, families, researchers, and staff of The Four Diamonds Fund at the Hershey Children’s Hospital. Abington has its own THON organization.