Student Organizations

The School of Information Studies has more than 15 recognized student groups that uniquely suite the needs and interestes of our students.  These organizations provide students with an outlet to expand their professional and social networks as well as find support in common pursuits.

Undergraduate Organizations:

ACM:  Syracuse Student Chapter of Association for Computing Machinary
BeIT:  Enriched, Enhanced, Engaged
BLISTS:  Black and Latino Information Studies Support
CSSA iBranch: iSchool Chapter of Chinese Students and Scholars Association
IT Girls Alumna
KIT:  Koreans in Information Technology
WIT-U:  Undergraduate Chapter of Women in Information Technology
Information Security Club
TEDx

Graduate Organizations:

ACM:  Syracuse Student Chapter of Association for Computing Machinary
ALA / SLA / LISSA:  iSchool Student Chapters of Library Associations
BLISTS:  Black and Latino Information Studies Support
CSSA iBranch: iSchool Chapter of Chinese Students and Scholars Association
iSGO
KIT:  Koreans in Information Technology
Nahni Kali
WIT-Grad:  Graduate Chapter of Women in Information Technology
Information Security Club
TEDx

iSchool students can also get inolved in the the 300 or more Syracuse University student organizations, ranging from Division I athletic teams and intramural sports to performing arts clubs and cultural social clubs. Find out more about University student activities and organizations.
 

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