Below is a list of all Registered Student Organizations, or RSOs, we have for getting involved at AIC!  What is a Registered Student Organization?  It is a recognized group of students in an academic, social, and/or identity based group.  If you would like to join an organization, reach out to the contact person listed or Ashlee Givins (ashlee.givins@aic.edu).

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The purpose of the Inter-Greek Council at American International College shall be to create and maintain high standards in the life of fraternities and sororities; to perpetuate constructive fraternity and sorority relationships of both Pan Hellenic Councils for Fraternities and Sororities and also for the National Pan Hellenic Council; to address, coordinate, and develop action strategies on matters of mutual concern to the affiliate organizations; and to serve as the conduit for such action plans as may be developed; to unify organizations; to promote excellence in scholarship and personal conduct; to provide support for the campus and general community through philanthropic giving and service, and to assist in development of leadership and life skills to all fraternity and sorority members as well as by example and extension of membership to members of the College at large. The five values that each member of Greek Life holds close in their development of a more unified Greek community consist of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Social Development, and Lifelong Brotherhood/Sisterhood; to serve as the liaison between the Inter-Greek Council, the College student body, and administration, hereby improving the campus ambiance.
 
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AIC Radio was designed to help students excel and explore the fields of their passions. Whether it's art , media , broadcasting etc., AIC Radio is here to guide and support students build a platform to express their talents and interest.
 
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The team will attend and cheer at all home football games during the fall season as well as men and women's basketball games in the winter.

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We are a community building each other up with love, compassion, and support through Christ. We gather together to learn the values of Scripture to become more like Jesus by exercising love to God, others and ourselves.
 
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All about empowering the students through photoshoots and open discussion.

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The International Club aims to promote and enhance the rich cultures abundant on the AIC campus. The club is open to all AIC Students.
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Lions Clubs International is an international community service organization founded by Melvin Jones in 1917. Lions Club's purpose is to help better the lives of the handicapped. As of April 2015, it had over 46,000 local clubs and more than 1.4 million members in over 200 countries around the world.

The purpose of AIC Lions is to raise awareness towards Mass Eye Research.

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Model Congress is a tradition at AIC spanning more than 75 years. It provides a valuable leadership and learning experience to all AIC students who become involved. AIC students act as debate moderators and run the event that more than 150 regional high school students attend every year.

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We are more than a "photography club"... we aim to capture verbs and to master visual storytelling. The National Press Photographers Association is dedicated to the advancement of visual journalism – its creation, practice, training, editing and distribution – in all news media and works to promote its role as a vital public service.
 
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Outdoors Club hosts events to increase student life and student engagement. We do numerous activities indoors, outdoors, on & off campus to relay to students that fun and adventure can be found anywhere.

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The Pep Band serves as an active part of the AIC community between performing on campus for entertainment during events like accepted students day or move-in day, or playing music at sporting events to cheer on our players along with the crowd.

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P.R.I.D.E is an organization that was formed to promote the welfare of all students of African, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American heritage at American International College academically, culturally, and socially.

The primary goal of P.R.I.D.E is to help students of color adjust to various lifestyles, concerns, and issues they may encounter on the American International College campus.

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The purpose of PLUS shall be to bring people of every sexuality and gender together at American International College. This will then create a safe/ brave place to socialize, build friendships, support one another, encourage open-mindedness, and promote diversity within the American International College. This organization will also be a space to help fight for racial, gender, and sexual orientation justice.

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POWER is AIC’s non-partisan political activism organization. Our goal is to raise awareness on campus of current issues and get students thinking about politics and the world around them. 

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We are the student representatives for the Doctorate of Physical Therapy club on campus, and we plan and hold events for the student body, and use our budget to bring in guest lectures to support what you guys want to learn about that may not be in our curriculum throughout the three years! Any ideas are encouraged, and you should reach out to an Eboard member so that we can implement them. This semester we are looking into collaborating with other organizations and give out some additional volunteer opportunities.
 
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Our dance team is a safe space for people to come and express their creativity through the art of dance. everyone is welcomed on the team.
 
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Student Activities Board (SAB) is responsible for providing programs and leadership opportunities that expand your college experience outside of the classroom.

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SNA is an excellent opportunity to network with professional and non-profit organizations and community outreach programs through fundraising, donations, and health care aimed drives and service projects. In addition, it provides students with the opportunity to volunteer, practice leadership skills, and apply learned basic nursing competencies.

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Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) is the student branch of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). OTs help people do what they need to do, want to do and are expected to do. SOTA is led by OT students in the MSOT program at AIC. We educate and advocate for the profession of OT through professional, educational, community and social activities and events. 

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Women's Org. is a student based organization at American International College whose purpose is to spread awareness on women’s issues and leaders, collaborate women to achieve excellence in life through leadership and social change and promote empowerment to recognize the voice within ourselves and others.
 
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The Yellow Jacket is the student newspaper at American International College. We operate with an advisor/publisher, Professor Mary Ellen Lowney, a student editor-in-chief, Robby Ollari, and a staff of dedicated and inquisitive student journalists and photographers. We aim to cover issues that are local to our campus, as well as broader than that. When covering regional, national or international stories, we keep it local by letting you know how the AIC campus is responding to the issues.

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