Academic Clubs

USD offers students many ways to get involved on campus, including through topic-specific clubs and organizations.

Anthropology Club

Calling all students interested in anthropology! Contact Dr. Alana Cordy-Collins, the Anthropology Club Advisor, by e-mail or by phone at (619) 260-4725.

Math Modeling Club

Club members (from any major) get together a couple of times a semester, eat pizza, joke around, and try to apply mathematics to some practical problems from science and industry.

History Club

The History Club at USD brings together history majors, minors, graduate students, prospective majors or minors, alumni, faculty and students, and anyone interested in the study of history. Contact faculty advisor Dr. Oberle or History Club Co-Presidents Mike Tira, Shannon Schumacher, and Camilla Johnston. Or register through Associated Students.

Society of Physics Club

This a vibrant and active club designed for any student interested in the wonders of physics. In addition to regular organizational meetings, SPS usually offers two to three major gatherings per semester, including such recent events as beach volleyball, stationary sky diving, microwave physics and lquid nitrogen ice cream. Contact Rae M. Anderson, PhD at

Psychology Journal Club

Learn about current research in psychology and related fields. The Psychology Journal Club benefits students who are interested in pursuing graduate study or a career in research, as well as students who are interested in psychology research. The club will also help to improve analytical skills and critical evaluation of research. Contact Information:

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is a student-run organization that sponsors many psychology-related educational and social events each year. Events include field trips to the California Wolf Center, movie nights, invited talks by psychologists working in a variety of different settings, and panel discussions on graduate school options. Contact the psychology department for more information.

Political Science – Model United Nations

Model United Nations has existed for over 60 years in countries around the world, and more than 400,000 students in the United States participate in Model UN. Model United Nations exists at USD as both a class and a club. MUN delegates meet students from around the country in new and exciting settings. If you are interested in joining MUN@USD, please contact Mary McKenzie, PhD in the Political Science Department at

Torero Orgs

Please visit Torero Orgs for a more comprehensive list of student organization.