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Acacia Fraternity - Lamedth Chapter (Acacia)

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.

Adventure Learning Programs (ALPs)

ALPs challenges people through adventure-based learning to discover themselves and understand those around them.

Aikido Club

Aikido is a martial art that stresses non-violent resolution of conflict and a commitment to self-improvement through Aikido training. All are welcome. Aikido can be practiced by both men and women of any age and any size.

All Seeing Eyes (ASE)

All Seeing Eyes is founded with the purpose of helping fellow college students experience self-discovery, self-betterment, and gain perspectives on life through the eyes of one another through community service, weekly meetings, and social events.

Alpenglow

Alpenglow is a laid-back student organization founded for those who have an appreciation for the beauty of nature, love to explore new places, hike, camp, and capture awesome moments (with any sort of camera, preferably a GoPro).

Alpha Chi Omega - Kappa Chapter (AXO)

To develop, establish, foster, and maintain sisterhood; to provide an enjoyable learning environment; and to participate in service and social activities. This chapter is a member of the UW-Madison fraternity & sorority community.

Alpha Epsilon Phi - Sigma Chapter (AEPhi)

Alpha Epsilon Phi is a national sorority, founded October 24, 1909, with the goal to foster lifelong friendship and sisterhood, academics, social involvement and community service while providing a home away from home for their members.

Alpha Omega Epsilon, Omicron Chapter (A.O.E.)

Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social national sorority, founded in 1983, to promote friendship, leadership, and professionalism to all members of the organization, the community, and the profession.

Alternative Health Club

The purpose of this club is to inform the public of Madison and UW students the prevalence and legitimacy of alternative health. The therapeutics to be discussed range from naturopathic medicine to yoga and others that have supporting evidence.

Amateur Guitarist Club (AGC)

This club is for amateur guitar players interested in learning and playing music on both acoustic and electric guitars while meeting new people in a fun and relaxed environment.

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