Logos – College of Arts and Sciences
Logos is the official organization for students of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), particularly those under the Humanities Program. It aims to augment the College of Arts and Sciences’ mission by providing extra-curricular venues for deepening and actualizing the knowledge learned through liberal education.
Communitas – School of Communication
Communitas is an academic organization under the School of Communication that assists in the development of professionally competent and socially responsible communicators who prudently exercise their freedom to make morally upright choices for self-growth and social development.
Business Economics Association (BEA) – School of Economics
The Business Economics Association (BEA) is a duly recognized academic organization in the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) composed of students enrolled in the Industrial Economics Program of the School of Economics (SEC). BEA trains its members to be competitive in both social and business endeavors. Its activities include economic briefings, conferences on current trends, corporate immersions, leadership and teambuilding seminars and yearly outreach programs.
Pharos – School of Education and Human Development
Pharos is the official student organization of the School of Education and Human Development (SED). It takes its name from one of the wonders of the ancient world, the lighthouse on the island of Pharos in Alexandria, which guided countless seafarers to their destination. Inspired by the belief that education plays a key role in human development, much like a beacon which helps people find their way, Pharos aims to develop each SED student into a “lighthouse” in society.
Polis – School of Law and Governance
Polis is the official organization for students of the School of Law and Governance. The organization believes that students can and should be responsible individuals who concern themselves with public affairs. Furthermore, it is committed to serve as an agent for social change in pursuit of the common good.
Enterprise Management Association (EMA) – School of Management
The Enterprise Management Association (EMA), the academic organization under the School of Management (SMN), exists to establish an inseparable partnership between SMN students, faculty, staff and alumni by unifying them, giving them a voice, and seeking their involvement through research and development, social responsibility and student development.
Sciences and Engineering Society (SEnS) – School of Science and Engineering
The Sciences and Engineering Society (SEnS), the official student organization of the School of Sciences and Engineering (SSE), spearheads projects that deal with the pursuit of knowledge and the development of professional competence in the fields of science, math, information technology and engineering, in order to complement and reinforce the University’s academic formation. At the same time, it aims to develop a sense of social awareness within its members, promote cooperation with the different organizations and other entities in the University, and serve its members by looking out for their individual and corporate welfare.
Applied Math Society (AMSoc) – School of Science and Engineering
The Applied Math Society seeks to organize specialized activities and opportunities for Applied Math students that will help them become effective Applied Math professionals. The organization also aims to provide academic support to non-AM students, through tutorial sessions and other activities that will help them appreciate math.
Society of Industrial Engineers (SInE) – School of Science and Engineering
The University of Asia and the Pacific Society of Industrial Engineers (SInE) is an academic organization in UA&P composed of Industrial Engineering students. Its primary purpose is to serve as a medium for its members to improve themselves through various undertakings, to collaborate, to share their knowledge and to interact, not only with Industrial Engineers in the University, but also with those in other institutions.
Information Technology Community (ITeC) – School of Science and Engineering
The goal of ITeC is to help develop the professional competence of the Information Technology students through its educational events and projects. At the same time, it aims to establish an IT community that is recognized inside and outside the University, as well as to aid in the development of the University through its members’ technical skills.