Get Involved - Student Programs and Clubs




Find the right club for you!

We encourage all students to get involved with campus programs and clubs. The University of Arizona has 500+ student clubs and organizations in addition to those that our affiliated with the Norton School of Human Ecology. Make friends and find your passion! For more information, please check out ASUA Clubs Directory.

Norton Ambassadors

Students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in academics and student leadership. The Norton Ambassadors' objective is to create awareness of the academic programs and career opportunities in retailing, family studies, fashion, and financial planning at The University of Arizona and in the Tucson community.

HDFS Ambassadors

Through philanthropic efforts and outreach, HDFS Ambassadors educate potential and existing students about the benefits of service in the community, provide for families in need, build relationships among faculty, students, alumni, and community, while developing future service professionals.

TJL Student Advisory Board (SAB)

SAB seeks to facilitate relationships between the Center’s Corporate Advisory Board and various majors at the University of Arizona, including those in the retailing and consumer sciences program. These ambassadors coordinate student programs and support the Center’s common values and share in its vision to promote and develop the industry’s future retail leaders.

Haus Of Style

Haus of Style is a club for creative professionals to come together and combine business with fashion through our very own blog with publications written by our talented members. Within our club, we break down into groups which include social media, photography, and blog committees. Our goal is to host guest speakers from around the globe, connect our members with the outside workforce, create personalized workshops, and of course, all while meeting new best friends. Read more

Financial Freedom Club

The Financial Freedom Club (FFC) is a UArizona club that was founded Fall 2020 with the goal of educating students on relevant financial topics. The club is open to all students, regardless of major or financial knowledge. 

Take Charge Cats

The Take Charge Cats is a team of ambassadors that have extended their educational outreach efforts by improving the financial literacy of youth throughout Tucson high schools, middle schools and community organizations. They strive to develop financial literacy in youth throughout Arizona by providing free workshops to organizations, schools, and institutions in Tucson. All our services are completely free of cost. 

Cutting Edge Sewing Club

Cutting Edge Sewing club is a club where people can learn how to sew. We talk about sewing, fashion, how garments are made, and more. We love getting to see new faces at every meeting! 


TREND is the CALES Fashion Club! We are the place where fashion meets business. We chat about all things trending in the fashion world from celebrities to brand stories to red carpets and fashion movements. TREND also loves having hands-on meetings where members can revamp pieces they’ve thrifted, learn how to sketch clothing, and even design their own sneaker! 


NRFSA stands for the National Retail Federation Student Association, which is the UA chapter of a national organization, the NRF Foundation. NRFSA provides students unique access to the retailing and brands industry through engaging educational and networking opportunities, events and speakers on campus, national scholarship and access to the latest industry news and research. 

Financial Planning Club



Kesem’s mission of supporting children through and beyond a parent’s cancer, and our vision of ensuring that every child impacted by a parent’s cancer is never alone, can only be realized through an ongoing, steadfast commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in every part of our organization.

HDFS Grad Alliance

The purpose of the HDFS Grad Alliance: To promote interest in the Human Development and Family Science discipline; To provide fellowship among students; To provide a forum for presentation of innovative ideas to the benefit of students; To discuss current research programs in the department and the field; To represent student needs at the departmental, school, and college level; To promote increased exchange among HDFS graduate students.