SPECIAL INTEREST ORGANIZATIONS & ACTIVITIES

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& Activities
Active Minds
Amusement Park Club
Asian Student Association
Athletic Business Association
Battalion of Rock
Black Student Union
Carpe Mundum
Checkers Club
Chess Club
Claddagh Club
College Democrats
College Republicans
Colonial Crazies
Colonial Overwatch Club
Comic / Manga Club
Creativity Club
Design Network
Enactus RMU
Equestrian Club
Film Club
Freedom Players
Gallery Club
Hillel
Intensity (Spoken Word)
League of Legends
Lego Club
National Council of Negro Women
Outdoor Adventure Club
Paranormal Mythology Club
Photography Club
RMU Gaming Club
RMU Investment Network
RMU Musicians Association
RMU Orenda Club
Radio Club
ROTC Club
Saudi Student Club
Star Wars Club
Strong Women, Strong Girls
Student Alliance for Equality
(S.A.F.E.)
Student Program Board
Student Veteran Association
Super Smash Bros. Club
Table Top Club
Trading Card Club
Voci Italiane
Woman in Business



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National Council of Negro Women

The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) is a leadership, service and advocacy organization for African American women. Founded in 1935 by Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. NCNW’s mission is to lead, develop, and advocate for women of African descent as they support their families and communities. 

With 38 national affiliated organizations and over 230 community and campus-based sections and Life Member guilds, NCNW is an “organization of organizations.” Together, we have an outreach to nearly three million women. NCNW is open to all women without regard for race, ethnicity, national 
origin, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status.

NCNW: 
-Champions women’s civil and human rights 
-Works to reduce health disparities 
-Promotes the positive growth of youth and college students 
-Equips women to lead in their communities 
-Works toward the economic empowerment of African American women 
-Celebrates and strengthens the Black family 
-Works to effect change via public policy and advocacy