This organization will educate and engage the male student population to first recognize the issue of sexual violence as a humanitarian issue, to further acknowledge the role of men in this issue, and ultimately to shape men as ambassadors in the call to
This organization focuses on raising awareness of global poverty through facilitating the 30 Hour Famine at UW-Madison. More details can be found on the website http://www.30hourfamine.org/
Aa Dekhen Zara Entertainment is a campus-wide Executive Board that hosts a Midwest, Southasian Dance Competition each year called “Aa Dekhen Zara.” The Executive Board is involved in the complete process of organizing and running the whole competition.
Acacia is a social fraternity dedicated to our motto, Human Service. We aim to prepare our members to be tomorrow's leaders and focus strongly on one of our key pillars, Brotherhood. Six letters, six meanings, one word, one choice, Acacia Fraternity.
The Actuarial Club is a student-run organization for those interested or majoring in actuarial science.
Adopt a Grandparent is an organization that matches a student and nursing home patient that has little contact with family or friends. By participating in activities and socialization, we hope to create a meaningful relationship and a happy lifestyle!
ALPs challenges people through adventure-based learning to discover themselves and understand those around them.
The Advertising Club is registered student organization (RSO) affiliated with the American Advertising Federation (AAF), which means we're the ticket to scholarships, internships and networking events no other group in Madison can offer.
This is a student organization that will help to raise awareness for Alzheimer's Disease and participate in service within the Alzheimer's community. We are part of the parent organization AFA, or Alzheimer's Foundation of America.
Advocate for Diverse Abilities (ADA) is a student organization that advances disability awareness, supports those with disabilities inside and outside the UW, and advocates for disability issues on campus.