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Membership in registered student organizations shall be open to all students of The University of Alabama without regard to race, religion, sex, ability, status, national origin, age, gender identity, gender expression, sexual identity, or veteran status except in cases of designated fraternal organizations exempted by federal law from Title IX regulations concerning discrimination on the basis of sex.
Alabama Leading Women of Tomorrow
This student-run, bipartisan initiative seeks to encourage more young women to consider careers in public service, with the aim of bridging the gender gap among public representatives.
American Association of University Women
This organization seeks to encourage female leadership on campus.
Association for Women in Mathematics
The Chapter is organized and will be operated for educational and scientific purposes to promote the following: an increased knowledge of and greater interest in the mathematical sciences, including pure and applied mathematics, statistics, and their applications; a greater understanding of the contributions of women in the mathematical sciences; and mentoring and encouraging women and girls as they prepare for careers in the mathematical sciences.
Capstone Chapter of The American Assembly of Men in Nursing
The purpose of this organization is to provide a framework for those interested in the nursing profession to meet, discuss and influence factors that affect men as nurses.
Society of Women in Economics
The purpose of this association is to promote an interest in economics and to provide opportunities for members to learn more about the field of economics.
Society of Women Engineers
SWE, a not-for-profit educational and service organization, seeks to stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the values of diversity. UA section focuses on encouraging young women to consider engineering as a career, allows its members to provide services to the community, and exhibits the significance of diversity in the College of Engineering.
Society of Women in Medicine
This organization seeks to encourage, empower, educate, support and prepare women who wish to enter the medical field and any pre-health students. It provides a space for discussions with role models in the profession.
The National Council of Negro Women
The mission of NCNW, Inc. is to advance opportunities and improve the quality of life for African American women, their families and communities. NCNW fulfills this mission through research, advocacy, and national and community-based services and programs in the United States and African countries.
UA Women in CyberSecurity
The goals of the organization are to promote diversity and inclusion within the cybersecurity community, and work to decrease the gender gap in cybersecurity; prepare students for a career in cybersecurity through guest speakers, workshops, networking, and training; and promote and recruit women in the cybersecurity workforce at The University of Alabama.
URGE (Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity UA)
The group’s purpose is to organize students to advocate for sexual and reproductive justice on the local, state and national levels.
Women in Technology
WIT is a student organization focused on professional development, outreach, community service, team building and supporting women in IT-related fields. While this organization is focused on women, anyone is welcome to join.
Women of Aeronautics and Astronautics
The purposes of this organization are to provide an academic and social support system for women in the aerospace industry and to promote the studies of aerospace engineering, astrophysics, and related fields to peers and the community. The objectives of this organization are to promote awareness of various experiences in these fields and to network with different aerospace related companies and persons.
Women of Excellence
The organization’s purpose is to build and empower African American women through greater access to education, political strength, volunteer opportunities and civic responsibility.
Young Women for America
The mission of YWA is to train the next generation to protect and promote political Biblical values among all citizens through prayer, education, and by influencing society.