Organizations & Clubs
DeVry believes strongly that student clubs and activities are an integral part of the total college experience. Organizations and activities give you the opportunity to develop your leadership style, implement new ideas, work together will fellow students and staff, and develop strong organizational skills. The Student Activities Association (SAA) is the governing body that oversees student life organizations on campus. The SAA's central goal is to provide students with a well rounded college experience through event programming and support of the efforts of our organizations. From time to time the SAA hosts both on and off campus events for the campus community. Here are some events we are hosting this session:
FITNESS WORKSHOP SERIES
All workshops are open to students, faculty and staff. Hosted from 5:00-6:00 pm on the dates listed. Will be held or initially meet in the Commons unless otherwise noted.
Please bring appropriate clothing for the activity of the day.
Bike Ride ---- May 21st
Running ---- June 11th
SUSTAINABILITY FAIR & RECYCLING DRIVE
April 17th - 2:00-5:00 PM
Commons at the Addison Campus
Joining a student organization is a great way to become a part of the Addison Campus community! We have several clubs to choose from that serve a variety of purposes. Please contact the student Co-Directors of Organizations and Activities, Victor Meija and Taylor Bancroft at ADD-SAA@devry.edu or stop by the Student Activities Office in RM 125 for more information on these organizations or to start your own! Want more information on starting your own club? Read here.
DeVry Athletics: Interested in staying active between classes? DeVry Athletics offers a variety of fitness, health and wellness options for students of all fitness levels. From intramural sports leagues to on-campus fitness classes, join us in our fitness revolution against the sometimes all too unhealthy lifestyle of being a college student!
Biomedical Engineering and Technology (BMET) Club: The BMET Club strives to develop relationships with industry contacts who hire BMETs and offer BMET internships. Choose from an assortment of club activities such as industry speakers, visiting clinical engineering departments at local hospitals and visiting medical equipment manufacturers. Access and receive discounts to local industry conventions and seminars.
Chicago Metro Leadership Club: Interested in boosting your leadership skills? Consider applying for the leadership development program known as CMLP. Applications accepted Sept.-Dec. for each CMLP class. Program runs Jan.-May. Applicants must have 2.5 GPA or better to be considered.
DeVry Military Resource Club (DMRC): DMRC is an all-inclusive veterans support group. Membership is open to DeVry students who have served or are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces, as well as any student, faculty or staff member who wishes to support our student veterans and veterans in our local community.
Game Design Club (GDC): This club is intended for students to learn about aspects of game development that are not offered already in classes at DeVry. Also to explore specific work fields of game design, and build resumes for their desired field. Monthly workshops will be held, focusing on unique details of game design, ran by dedicated students, teachers of DeVry University, or special guest speakers.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE): IEEE promotes the engineering process of creating, developing, integrating, sharing and applying knowledge about electro and information technologies as well as sciences for the benefit of humanity and the profession. IEEE welcomes students from the CET, CIS, ECT, EET and NCOM programs.
Old School Games Club (OSGC): This club is open to all interested in non-video game related gaming. Our activities range from tabletop RPGs such as Dungeons & Dragons, to strategy board games such as Axis & Allies, and to medieval style sword play. OSGC events are for the inexperienced to the veteran gamers from all majors. The OSGC is also home to DeVry's Literary & Comic Book Club.
Robotics Automation Club: The Robotics club aims to create a learning environment based on teamwork and exploration and innovation. Students will enhance their working knowledge of electronics by designing and building robots and animation. Past projects even included designing a rocket for NASA's Student Launch Initiative!
Organizations that are in development:
International Club (Based out of our Naperville Center)
Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Chapter (Schaumburg Center Based)
Project Management Institute (PMI) Chapter (Downers Grove Based)
Epsilon Delta Pi: This university based honor society recognizes and promotes academic excellence of undergraduate and graduate students majoring or specializing in technology related disciplines. Currently, you must have a 3.25 Cumulative GPA, have 60+credits and be in CIS, BIS, NCOM, BSTM, CET, or GSP.
SALUTE: SALUTE recognizes those who have served, or are currently serving in the Armed Forces and are excelling in their studies as well. If you have completed at least 12 credit hours at DeVry and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above - then this honor society is for you! You’ve served your country and made the grade, receive the recognition you deserve today. !
Sigma Beta Delta: This international honor society is that recognizes academic excellence in the areas of business and management. Students must be able to participate, have completed 60+ credit hours, have at least a 3.5 GPA and be in the top 20% of their class to qualify for lifetime membership.***NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SIGMA BETA DELTA; DELTA MU DELTA WILL BE SENDING OUT INVITATIONS IN SPRING 2014 TO QUALIFIED BUSINESS STUDENTS
D'Arts:This committee consists of faculty, staff and students devoted to incorporating art and culture on campus by hosting on-campus events and sponsoring of off-campus exhibitions. For more information on the committee's upcoming events or to see pictures of past events, visit the D'Arts webpage.
Sustainability Committee: This committee consists of faculty, staff and students dedicated to promoting green initiatives on campus. Reduce, reuse, recycle! Year long efforts are geared toward our culminating event - the Sustainability & Renewable Energy Fair - hosted in April around Earth Day.