The HPA of CSUF is a nonprofit that takes an outside-of-the-box approach to civic engagement by using parallels from the Harry Potter books to educate and mobilize young people across the world toward issues of literacy, equality, and human rights.
Consisting of various student clubs and organizations within the College of Health and Human Development, the Health and Human Development Inter-Club Council aims to promote the continual success of all college clubs and organizations.
Provide opportunities for association and interaction with the Vegan/Vegetarian friendly community.
HaU was recognized in December 2003 as a Latina-based non-profit organization that strives for “Poder de la Mujer”; both as individual women and as an organization.
The purpose of this organization is to provide and reach out to the Chicano/Latino community. As well as to increase the graduation, and retention rate of Latino male students; through academic excellence, community service, and social networking.
The Higher Education Leadership Organization (HELO) provides activities to support student learning and development including social and cultural events.
The Higher Ground Club will provide tutoring for underserved children at Lincoln Elementary in Anaheim. The after school program provides tutoring and extracurricular activities for children from kinder-6th grade. Club members will assist with activities
Hillel CSUF promotes Jewish identity through social and religious activities.
HSA is open to all students, faculty, and staff and provides many opportunities for student interaction and engagement. It primarily collaborates with Phi Alpha Theta on various academic and social events related to the study and appreciation of history.
The goal of the Honors Student Advisory Council (HSAC) is to build a strong community between all honors students and faculty while also raising awareness of the University Honors Program at Cal State Fullerton.