Organizations Directory

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Access For All (AFA)

Access For All is a student organization dedicated to promoting disability awareness on campus and around the community. Anyone can join. You don't need a disability in order to join Access For All.

Accounting Club

The Accounting Club provides an overview of the accounting profession by meeting with business professionals and other students. The accounting club invites speakers and organizes information sessions for students to network with accounting professionals

ACM Club

A club for computer science students and all interested in computers at the UMD campus.

Active Minds

We are a non-profit organization building a campus community that cares about mental health and works toward positive change on our campus by promoting a healthy and positive dialogue among students, faculty, and staff.

Actuary Club at UMD

The Actuary Club at UMD was created to help promote the career of an actuary. We help out members study for actuarial exams, and prepare to enter the field. Furthermore, we have working actuaries come on campus to discuss their careers.

Advertising and Marketing Club (ADMAR)

ADMAR is an organization within the Labovitz School or Business and Economics which provides members with an opportunity to gain real-life business experience. The central focus of our club is to compete in the American Advertising Federation's (AAF)

Alpha Delta - Nu Mu Chapter

Alpha Delta is a National Fraternal Organization that promotes Leadership and Brotherhood through Service to the Campus, the Community, the Brotherhood and the Nation as a Participating Citizen. The Nu Mu Chapter has been at UMD since 1961.

Alpha Nu Omega (ANO)

A social fraternity dedicated to academics, brotherhood, service and social activities. We offer 3 scholarships exclusive to our members worth over a combined 10,000 dollars. Join in, and grow as leaders with the brothers today.

Alpine Ski and Snowboard Race Team (Alpine Ski Team)

A team providing college skiers and snowboarders a chance to race competively against various colleges around the region.

American Choral Directors Association (ACDA)

Founded in 1959, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is a nonprofit music-education organization whose central purpose is to promote excellence in choral music through performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching. In additio

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