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.
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.
We are reconciling students to Christ and creating a culturally diverse community of students who live a relational, spirit empowered authentic life as evidenced through loving God and loving others.
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!
ARMS members work to transform science education for local children. We welcome engaged students with a range of interests looking to develop leadership skills, participate in community service, make an impact on the next generation, and have fun!
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). We are the ticket to scholarships, internships, jobs and networking events that no other group or class at UW-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.
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.
Our focus is on encouraging leadership, professionalism, and fostering knowledge of the role of a business professional in an agricultural related field.