Council of a cappella groups on campus.
The ACLU University of Chicago Law Chapter is dedicated to promoting awareness of civil liberties issues and coordinating volunteer involvement with the ACLU of Illinois.
The national purpose of Active Minds is to empower university students to speak openly about mental health in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking behavior.
The University of Chicago Actuarial Initiative (UCAI) is the University of Chicago's premier recognized student organization (RSO) dedicated to actuarial science.
ASAP strives to educate students on the effects of commonly-abused drugs on different organs systems of the human body, such as lungs, brain, heart, and liver. ASAP hopes to help students make more educated decisions regarding the use of substances.
Celebrating the rich culture of Africa and the Caribbean on campus.
Kokikai Aikido is a self-defense art that uses throws, pins, and an opponent's momentum to defend against striking and grabbing attacks. For maximum effect, students learn how to relax properly and develop good posture and balance.
Al Sharq: Middle East Meets West aims to expose the University community to political, social, and cultural issues relating to the Middle East; promote discussion of these issues among the community; and host events celebrating Middle Eastern culture.
Alpha Kappa Psi is America's oldest, largest, and most successful professional business fraternity.
Alpha Phi Omega is a national co-ed community service fraternity. Our cardinal principles are leadership, friendship, and service. We participate in a mix of social and service events throughout the city.