Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy (AMCP)
AMCP’s mission is to empower its members to serve society by using sound medication managing principles and strategies to improve health care for all. The LIU student chapter of AMCP is focused on helping LIU pharmacy students understand the role of managed care pharmacy and professional opportunities that exist within this area. Additionally, this organization also implements activities within the Brooklyn community to help patients adhere to their medications while at the same time cutting their health care costs.
This organization aims to serve as an information media through which accounting and other business majors are enlightened on topics beyond the classroom. Members of this organization get to engage in community service while improving their knowledge of income tax filing by volunteering in the Accounting Society’s VITA program, which is co-sponsored by the IRS.
This is a coeducational organization that promotes academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students, and honors those who achieve such distinction. Alpha Chi recognizes previous accomplishments and provides opportunities for continued growth and service. It seeks above all else to serve the needs of the students who compose its membership.
Alpha Lambda Delta
ALD is a national honor society for freshmen. Students are eligible for consideration when they have earned 24 credits of core curriculum courses with a GPA of 3.5 in the first year. A yearly induction ceremony highlights this academic achievement that carries national recognition for undergraduates.
Alpha Psi Omega
Alpha Psi Omega is designed to promote academic success for students seeking a career in psychology. The main mission is to promote mental health, community service, and social building, and to reduce and eliminate stigma regarding mental health.
American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP)
The ACCP is a professional and scientific society that provides leadership, education, advocacy, and resources enabling clinical pharmacists to achieve excellence in practice and research. ACCP’s membership is composed of practitioners, scientists, educators, administrators, students, residents, fellows, and others committed to excellence in clinical pharmacy and patient pharmacotherapy.
American Pharmacist Association - Academy of Students of Pharmacy (APhA-ASP)
APhA-ASP is the student section of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA), representing over 18,000 pharmacy students at all schools in the United States and Puerto Rico. Pharmacy and pre-pharmacy students are eligible students for membership in APhA-ASP. The mission of this organization is to be the collective voice of pharmacy students, to promote opportunities for professional growth, and to envision and actively promote the future of pharmacy.
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists (ASCP)
This organization is designed to increase awareness about the ASCP among pharmacy students, and to collaborate with other clubs and student organization to become an active part of the pharmacy community.
Black Students’ Union
BSU seeks to promote the highest form of knowledge and understanding of the community, culture, and issues of American-Americans. The mission of the Black Students’ Union is to create and promote a supportive, inclusive community. The union strives to provide educational, political, cultural, and social programs to the black students of LIU Brooklyn. The Black Students’ Union’s ultimate goal is to provide a welcoming and united space for our brothers and sisters while also stimulating an awareness of political, economic, and social forces affecting the people of the African Diaspora.
Business Opportunities for Students Success (BOSS)
BOSS aims to prepare a diverse student body for meaningful careers and successful lives in a global society by developing students’ leadership and management skills, presenting new opportunities for career advancement, and increasing their involvement in the LIU and greater Metropolitan community. The goal is to create leaders who strive to achieve academic excellence, individual achievement, personal growth, cultural enrichment, and civic responsibility.
Chi Eta Phi Sorority
Chi Eta Phi Sorority is a professional association for registered professional nurses and student nurses representing many cultures and diverse ethnic backgrounds. More than 8,000 registered nurses and student nurses hold membership in Chi Eta Phi Sorority. Membership is by invitation and is both active and honorary.
Computer Science Club
This club was formed to help students increase awareness of their potential in computer programming and design techniques.
Cybernetics Study Association
This organization was created to provide a multidiscipline interface between the diverse members from the field, such as information technology, natural sciences, managerial sciences, education, and health professionals. This group also reviews and exchanges knowledge relevant to current issues and application development in the cybernetics field.
The Dance Club wishes to unify and strengthen student resources in the dance community, advocate dance awareness, and establish an organized community of individuals sharing a common passion of dance.
The aim is to promote and enrich the study of finance, and provide help to all interested in the study of finance.
Indo-American Pharmaceutical Society
Students of Indo-American Pharmaceutical Society (IAPS) join together to promote the professional development and networking opportunities of its members. The objectives of IAPS are to provide continuing education by means of instruction and training of individuals who are pharmacists of Indian (Asian) origin for the purpose of improving or developing their capabilities, and to provide beneficial instruction to the community on subjects involving the pharmaceutical profession. The organization also provides a social platform where friends of fellow pharmacy professionals can meet and enjoy the traditional style of informal entertainment, and the opportunity for members to develop and conserve the blend of the Indian and American way of life.
Jewish Pharmaceutical Society
This society provides guidance, organization, religious and cultural education, and networking opportunities to all of its members related to pharmacy and other health related professions.
National Black M.B.A. Association
The purpose of this organization is to expose Long Island University students and its M.B.A. program by stimulating intellectual and economic growth, and by building partnerships with professional networks and organizations to prepare students, and to grant access to management education programs and career opportunities in management fields.
National Community Pharmacists Association
Founded in 1898 as the National Association of Retail Druggists (NARD), it represents the pharmacist owners, managers, and employees of nearly 25,000 independent community pharmacies across the United States. Independent pharmacists—more than 60,000 Nationwide—dispense the majority of the nation’s retail prescription drugs. The College of Pharmacy opened a student chapter in 2004. The student chapter offers students a wide array of opportunities to broaden and enrich their educational experience and gain valuable, real-world skills.
Pharmaceutical Industry Student Association
Its purpose is to inform students about internships and job opportunities as pharmacy students. The goal is to provide information regarding the required skills and education to enter into the pharmaceutical industry.
Phi Alpha Iota Chi Social Work Honor Society
Seeks to promote academic excellence as well as provide opportunities for community enrichment.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity:
The aim of this organization is to advance the ideals of brotherhood and service, promote educational and scholarship development, and appreciation of the culture.
Phi Lambda Sigma
This organization’s mission is to support pharmacy leadership commitment by recognizing leaders and fostering leadership development. Its goals are to ensure the continuing availability of student and practitioner leaders for the profession of pharmacy; acknowledge leadership achievement and award membership to leaders recommended by the society; enhance the talent, skill, and effectiveness of leaders for the profession of pharmacy; and support and encourage sustained leadership commitment.
Physical Therapy Club
The Physical Therapy Club promotes awareness of the physical therapy profession in the community, as well as helps with physical therapy research.
The purpose of this organization aims to educate persons of interests in the profession and practice of pharmacy. Associates will be educated and involved in various aspects within the field of pharmacy. They will simultaneously gain valuable knowledge and experience that will prepare them for admissions processes.
Respiratory Care Club
Seeks to promote the advancement of the respiratory profession, provide a source of information for respiratory alumni, enhance unity and pride among all respiratory care students, and organize various activities geared toward those interested in this field. It aims to educate its members on new health issues to enable them to serve the people they care about the most, their patients.
The Rho Chi Society is an honor society that was established to encourage and recognize pharmacy students who display the highest standards of academic excellence. In addition, Rho Chi seeks to enhance the various disciplines of the pharmacy profession by stimulating its members to excellence, and to the preservation and maintenance of the highest professional ideals.
Sigma Tau Delta
Sigma Tau Delta, the International English Honor Society, confers distinction for high achievement in English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies. The Omicron Zeta chapter at LIU Brooklyn has been active for more than 50 years. Sigma Tau Delta seeks to provide cultural stimulation on college campuses and promote interest in literature and the English language by organizing trips to local theatrical performances and encouraging creative work. Membership is by invitation and students must maintain the various academic standards in order to be considered for membership.
Society of Human Resource Management
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest professional association devoted to human resource management. SHRM’s mission is to serve the needs of HR professionals by providing the most current and comprehensive resources, and to advance the profession by promoting HR’s essential, strategic role.
Speech and Hearing Society
Established in March 1995 as a local chapter of the National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association to serve as a forum for discussion of issues in both the speech communication sciences and teacher of speech and hearing handicapped programs, and to serve as a network between students, faculty, and practitioners.
Student Affiliates of School Psychology
The purpose of this organization is to encourage LIU Brooklyn graduate students studying school psychology to become involved. It promotes the field of school psychology in the community, while providing links between students and faculty members of Long Island University. While educating students about the field of school psychology, this organization can represent students’ requests and interests in regard to the program and support desires to pursuit particular areas in the field. It also seeks to foster relationships among LIU students.
Student National Pharmaceutical Association
SNPhA is an educational service association of pharmacy students who are concerned about the profession of pharmacy, health care issues, and the poor minority representation in these areas. The purpose of SNPhA is to plan, organize, coordinate, and execute programs geared toward the improvement of health, educational, and social environment of the minority community.
Student Nurses Association
This organization aims to maintain the highest standard of personal and professional conduct, promote participation in nursing education and the profession of nursing and the SNA, and provide events and programs to facilitate interaction among students. To provide a passageway for pre-nursing and nursing students that will enable them to keep the campus community abreast of current issues in the profession and to allow the students the opportunity to work together and share common interests. The club also promotes ties with the National Students Nurses Association—a resource and information source for nursing students concerning careers, educational opportunities, and state board examination review courses.
Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
This association seeks to enhance knowledge about occupational therapy and to bring interested students together to discuss new trends in the field.
Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists: Their mission is to make students aware of pharmacy practice in health systems; provide information to students about career direction and credentials needed for pharmacy practice in health systems; and to encourage membership, participation in ASHP, the state society as a student, and continuing after graduation.
Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists
Their mission is to make students aware of pharmacy practice in health systems; provide information to students about career direction and credentials needed for pharmacy practice in health systems; and to encourage membership, participation in ASHP, the state society as a student, and continuing after graduation.