Student Clubs and Organizations

Interested in social events, professional development opportunities, community service projects, and more?

Looking for a fun and interactive way to meet new people, and become more involved on campus? Interested in starting a new and unique club?

If so, visit Student Central (Phoenix campus) to learn more about Student Activities events, clubs, and about participating in Student Government. Also feel free to reach out to Bry-Anna Weaver, Student Activities Coordinator at 602-749-4560 or via email at

Phoenix Metro Student Government Association (PMSGA)

Our Mission...

The Phoenix Metro Student Government Association (PMSGA) is committed to being a voice for the student body at DeVry University. We promote activities that encourage students to be connected to campus life. We stand willing to help our fellow students in any aspect as needed, but particularly we strive to improve student success with their educational and career goals.

Centrally located in Student Central...

If you are interested in supporting our PMSGA and club initiatives, please visit Student Central for additional information. Our temporary office space is located at the front of Student Central and will be accessible to all PMSGA members, DeVry club members, and individuals who may be interested in club activities and information.

PMSGA Advisor

Roger Gulledge, PMSGA Advisor; Professor, Network & Communications Management -

Active Clubs and Campus Student Organizations:

DeVry Athletic Association

DeVry United F.C. is a soccer club where students will develop social skills, communication, physical health, leadership abilities while participating in daily exercise and weekly soccer games. We want to help encourage more students to have fun by joining clubs and participating in school activities. 

IEEE Computer Society

The IEEE clubs works to improve the professional development of its members through workshop and seminars for all branches of engineering. Find out more at the IEEE Web Site. The Society is dedicated to advancing the theory, practice and application of computer and information processing technology. Through its conferences, applications-related and research-oriented journals, local and student chapters, distance learning campus, technical committees, and standards working groups, the Society promotes an active exchange of information, ideas and technological innovation among its members. In addition, the Society maintains close ties with the US Computing Sciences Accreditation Board and Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology, monitoring and evaluating curriculum accreditation guidelines. IEEE Computer Society Web Site. Advisor: Deanna Davis -

Netcom Club

The Netcom club (originally the TCom Club) formed in 2003 to enrich the classroom experiences of any student interested in the fields of Computer Networking and Security. Activities include projects in cabling, equipment installs, visits to Network Operations Centers and data centers. The Club also sponsors certification boot camps, guest speakers, and services actives with the community. Projects are performed for the University as well as for outside organizations such as Arizona SkillsUSA and the Chamberlain College of Nursing. The club welcomes all students who are interested in the infrastructure that connects us to the world and enables communications with all types of devices, smart phones, tablets, laptops and enabled applications.

SGDA (Student Game Developers Association) Club

The purpose of SGDA (Student Game Developers Association) is to raise money and fund student passes for the Game Developers Conference. The Club also meets to play games as a group. Club activities enrich students interested in careers in game development.

Robotics and Engineering Club

Broaden our understanding of engineering through practical projects and networking. Advisor: Didem Yamak, Ph.D. - 

Phi-Beta Lambda Club

Future Business Leaders of American-Phi Beta Lambda is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. 

  1. Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students;
  2. FBLA-Middle Level for junior high, middle, and intermediate school students;
  3. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for postsecondary students;  
  4. Professional Division for businesspeople, FBLA-PBL alumni, educators, and parents who support the goals of the association.

Advisor: Peter Newman -

Medical Laboratory Science Club

It is our mission to promote the clinical laboratory science profession, empower the future medical laboratory scientists, and engage the community in aspects of clinical lab. The purpose of this organization is to promote the clinical laboratory science profession by fostering professional relationship among CLS students and harness opportunities to interact with the community at a college level.  Advisor: Brenda Betz-

Institute of Management Accountants Club

IMA offers several options for you to engage with other students, professionals, academics, and thought leaders. Student chapters at colleges and universities. Local IMA chapters throughout the U.S. Proprietary LinkUp IMA social network publications and educational resources. Strategic finance (included in student membership). Topical and timely webinars job connection. Advisor: Robert Norton, Ph.D. -

Student Veterans Association

SVA club is formed to bring help and support to veteran students as they transition to civilian life, while promoting community outreach. Advisor: Suly Rieman -



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