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Accounting Society

The purpose of the accounting club is to bring together all people interested in accounting and to expand the knowledge of accounting through lectures, films, seminars, and through various learning excursions.

Activities Council (saac)

The purpose is to provide social, cultural and recreational activities for the college community.

Africana and Latino Studies (ALS)

ALS Club fosters appreciation for the cultures and intellectual traditions of Africana and Latino people by promoting awareness, knowledge, and critical dialogue about issues and concerns relevant to Africana and Latino populations. The Africana and

Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED)

Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health Pre-professional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in pre-professional health scholarship.

Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi)

Alpha Epsilon Pi was founded to provide opportunities for the Jewish college man seeking the best possible college and fraternity experience. We have maintained the integrity of our purpose by strengthening our ties to the Jewish community.

Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD)

Alpha Kappa Delta is the International Sociological Honor Society. At SUNY Oneonta, we are the Alpha Pi chapter.

Alpha Kappa Phi

Alpha Kappa Phi is a sorority seeking recogntion at SUNY Oneonta.

Alpha Phi Delta

Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity was founded in 1914 at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, by a group of men with Italian roots. While initially founded as a social society, it evolved into one of the most unique of American college fraternities. It

Alpha Phi Omega (APO)

Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity has more than 17,000 male and female student members at 366 college campuses nationwide. Its mission is to prepare campus and community leaders through service. Its purpose is to develop leadership, to promote

Alpha Psi Omega

History of Alpha and Delta Psi Omegas In the early twentieth century, interest in the dramatic arts grew tremendously on college and university campuses. By 1920, most colleges had a dramatic organization staging plays annually for the campus

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