Accessible Reproductive Healthcare Initiative (ARHI) is a student-founded and lead nonprofit that seeks to provide essential reproductive and menstrual resources to low-income/ disadvantaged women and families in the city of Madison.
This is a student organization that will help to raise awareness for Alzheimer's Disease and participate in service within the Alzheimer's community.
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.
The American Enterprise Institute is a nonpartisan public policy research organization. AEI's Executive Council is dedicated to strengthening the foundations of a free society through independent thinking, open debate, and reasoned argument.
Our focus is on encouraging leadership, professionalism, and fostering knowledge of the role of a business professional in an agricultural related field.
Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting constructive debate on basic principles and contemporary issues in foreign, economic, and national security policy.
UW-Madison's AAPG student chapter connects students to the oil & gas industry. We educate members to the science, economics, & events relevant to the oil & gas industry. Membership is free and open to interested students meeting minimal criteria.
The ACLU Student Alliance attempts to promote and protect the civil liberties and rights of all people in Wisconsin in a non-partisan manner, especially as it pertains to UW-Madison students, student groups, and members of the surrounding community.
The American Constitution Society, UW-Madison Chapter (ACS) features progressive UW law students committed to using legal ideas and Constitutional scholarship to shape law and policy for the social good.
American Medical Association Medical Student Section - UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health (AMA-MSS UWSMPH)
Association of medical students representing the American Medical Association on our campus.