Student Clubs

CEHSP Student Clubs, Organizations, and Associations

Getting involved on campus is a great way for students to network, find friends, and make a difference. Being active in clubs helps students develop skills and discover new hobbies. There are several clubs within the College of Education and Human Service Professions that cater to career and personal interests. 

Find additional opportunities to be involved in student organizations on Bulldog Connect.

Applied Human Sciences

exercise science club tabling in Kirby with protein shakes

The Exercise Science Club is a pre-professional organization for students interested in exercise science or healthcare to explore opportunities related to their future career field. Exercise Science Club hosts events and activities and also spreads awareness about wellness and healthy lifestyles on campus. 

Follow the club on Facebook and Instagram.

The Public Health Student Group is geared toward UMD students who are interested in learning more about public health and public health professions. Public Health Student Group members work together to advocate for health education and promotion in the community. They provide students with different programming, advocacy, and networking opportunities both on campus and within the surrounding community. For more info on PHSG, visit the group's Instagram page. 

PETE Club with valentines they made for seniors 2021

Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) Club connects students within the major for the purpose of promoting physical activity, serving the community, and encouraging continued physical education.

Club members are interested in giving back to the community and promoting health. They participate in volunteer outreach activities such as collecting-perishable food donations for Champ’s Cupboard (for students in need) and making valentines for local elders in assisted living facilities.

UMD Unified is led by Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) students in partnership with the Special Olympics.

UMD Unified Club members take the plunge

The student club aims to create opportunities for people with and without disabilities to have fun together. The group participates in an annual polar plunge and other outreach activities. 

Find the club on Twitter.


Communication Sciences & Disorders

The Communication Sciences and Disorders Club provides students with interests in the fields of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology experiences in volunteering, fundraising, and grad school planning to further their knowledge and passion of the practices. The UMD CSD club hosts a variety of volunteer events and opportunities for students to gain knowledge and develop skills in the field.

Refer to the CSD Club’s Instagram account and Facebook group for updates on meeting times and events.


UMD EMAE board members in 2020

UMD Education Minnesota Aspiring Educators (EMAE) strives to promote and support the optimal education and development of children, from birth through early adolescence. Future educators across different programs work together in EMAE to create events that will prepare them for their careers. Past events have included organizing family night at a local elementary school, speaker nights, license exam preparation, and food drives. In addition to events geared toward professional development, EMAE members get together for social events to meet other UMD education students. Find information about EMAE on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.


Psychology Club, or “Psi-Chi” Club, is both a departmental and honorary club at the University of Minnesota Duluth. The club is open to majors and minors in psychology, along with students who are simply interested in the subject. 

Psychology Club members receive educational guidance in the preparation for future careers and community involvement. They host a variety of events throughout the year, such as a hypnosis workshop, graduate panel, and presentations by guest speakers. Club members often partake in mindfulness and “stress-less activities” during their meetings, especially during tense times of the year. 

For more information about meeting times and events, follow the UMD Psychology club on Facebook and Twitter.

I/O Psychology Club is the application of psychological science to the workplace. The goal of this club is help UMD students gain the knowledge and experience needed to apply to graduate school in this field. More info.

Social Work

The Bachelor’s of Social Work Student Association strives to foster connections between students in the UMD Social Work program and those who are interested in the field of social work. 

The BSWSA supports the community and their members through various forms of community engagement. 

Refer to the association’s Instagram page for more information about future meetings and events.