The mission of the NAACP Youth & College Division shall be to promote awareness about issues affecting communities of color; to stimulate an appreciation for the contributions of people of color to society; to serve and give back to local communities.
This organization provides membership to the NAfME collegiate chapter of UConn. Its purpose is to provide music education majors with opportunities to learn more about their field, reach out to the community, and seek professional development.
NAMI on Campus aims to be the "voice on mental illness." Our goal is to raise mental health awareness and reduce the surrounding stigma so that everyone can receive the services that they need and deserve.
Natchaug After School Tutoring Program works with students in grades K-5 at Natchaug Elementary School in Willimantic by helping with all subjects of homework, mentoring and encouraging physical activity. Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays 3-5:30
The Nathan Hale Club at the University of Connecticut trains and develop future leaders in the military and civilian sector, providing leadership and military experiences that can not compare to any college courses offered by the university.
Nathan Hale Homework Club provides an enriching after school tutoring experience for students in grades 6-8 at Captain Nathan Hale Middle School in Coventry, CT. UConn students work individually and/or in small groups on homework in all subject areas.
With opportunities for networking, scholarships & leadership roles, NABA is the perfect way to get involved. We are open to ALL students interested in Business; being part of our multicultural organization will demonstrate your commitment to diversity!
The National Council of Negro Women, founded in 1935, unites women from diverse segments of the community to work on improving the quality of life for women.
To promote activism through advocacy and education for the achievement of equity at the University and within the community at large.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council serves as an umbrella organization to address issues of mutual concern among the individual organizations. There are currently six out of the nine organizations represented on campus today.