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Student Organizations

The School of Information Studies has more than 15 recognized student groups that uniquely support the needs and interests 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. 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.

  • ACM is an international scientific and educational organization dedicated to advancing the art/science, engineering and application of IT, by promoting the highest professional and ethical standards.

  • BeIT promotes the iSchool through events that fall into three categories: academic, social, and service.

  • BLISTS focuses on educating Black and Latinx students, as well as other student populations, about information science and technology.

  • The class council is a group of student representatives from each class who bring their ideas for iSchool improvement to two meetings a semester.

  • The Data Science Club promotes the education and advocacy of data science to the community and foster the practice of data science among its members.

  • iBranch an iSchool student organization that provides academic and professional support to Chinese students.

  • The mission of the Information Security Club is to practice managing the inherent challenges in protecting and defending corporate network infrastructure and to learn response techniques.

  • iSGO is the premiere organization for graduate students in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University.

  • The iSchool's It Girls Alumnae Group is made up of young women who attended the It Girls Overnight Retreat and then decided to attend Syracuse University.

  • Kappa Theta Pi (ΚΘΠ, also known as KTP) is the iSchool-sponsored Professional Technology Fraternity

  • Koreans in Information Technologies (KIT) is an organization for Korean students who are interested in careers in the IT field.

  • The mission of the Syracuse University Library and Information Science Student Association (LISSA) is to create a vibrant professional and social environment for distance and on-campus students.

  • Nanhi Kali’s presence at Syracuse University is to create awareness, raise funds, provide information and support activities that promote the overall mission of educating female children in India.

  • The Peer Advisors are a group of students who know and love the iSchool and consistently go above and beyond to spread the word about all that the iSchool has to offer.

  • The Senior Squad is a select group of our most talented and vivacious seniors who serve as class leaders and community builders.

  • WiTec is an experiential learning organization that provides students with cutting edge opportunities to work on policy, standards, technology and business engagements.

  • To promote awareness of women in technology and the positive benefits of diversity in the technology industry and related industries.

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