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Half of all Northwest students participate in a student organization. With over 200 recognized groups to choose from, explore your passions while discovering new interests along the way.

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Criminal Justice Club

Criminal Justice Club is an organization to support the development and interests of those students minoring in criminal justice. The club sponsors speakers and promotes the professional development of students preparing to enter the field.

Emergency and Disaster Management Club

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Gamma Theta Upsilon

Gamma Theta Upsilon, the National Honorary Geography Society, membership is earned through superior scholarship; it is an honor, and a professional distinction. Zeta Theta Chapter at Northwest Missouri State University.

Sponsor: Dr. Yi Hwa (Eva) Wu


GeoClub is a student organization within the Department of Humanities and Social Science and the Department of Natural Sciences and welcomes everyone who is interested in Geology or Geography. The purpose of the club is to provide academic and social activities in the fields of Earth Science, Geology, and Geography for active members.

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History Club

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Mock Trial

Northwest Mock Trial Team competes in regional and national competitions sponsored by the American Mock Trial Association. Students prepare cases and play the roles of attorneys and witnesses during simulated trials before professional judges and attorneys. Mock Trial gives undergraduate students an opportunity to learn first hand about the judicial process and the work of trial attorneys, as well as honing communications skills.

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Phi Alpha Theta

Phi Alpha Theta is a national history honorary society.

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Pi Sigma Alpha

Pi Sigma Alpha is a national political science honorary society.

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Pre-Law Society

Prelaw Society is an organization serving the needs of prelaw students at Northwest. The primary task of Prelaw Society is to prepare students to take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). The club meets weekly and reviews LSAT questions. In addition, we administer a practice LSAT, free to our students, once a semester. Last year, 7 of the 11 Northwest students applying to law school were accepted. In addition, most of our students graduate in the top 25% of their law school classes. Prelaw Society visits area law schools and sponsors guest speakers.