Student Clubs & Activities
DeVry Long Beach has a strong program of co-curricular (outside of the classroom) activities that offer students a chance to expand their educational experiences into one that reaches "beyond the classroom" setting. By combining theoretical lessons learned in the classroom with direct experiences from the co-curricular activities, students can enhance their sense of identity and gain the skills that will enable them to move in and deal with an increasingly complex world. Information about student clubs and organizations can be found in Student Services, Rm. 211.
The Welcome BBQ, which is held the second week of the Summer semester, is a great way to introduce yourself to existing clubs on campus. Existing clubs are involved with academics, sports, and social issues. If you would like to start a club or student organization, please see Student Services and we will gladly help you plan what is needed to start an organization on campus. Additionally, clubs are invited to submit a home page to DeVry Long Beach Student Services for inclusion into the DeVry Long Beach page.
Provides leadership for new students & assists at campus events
Associated Student Body Government (ASB)
Provides leadership and activities to enhance student life
Games & Animation for Tomorrow's Engineers (GATE)
Gamers, this one's for you!
Institute of Electrical/Electronics Engineering (IEEE)
Professional development for engineers
International Game Developers Association (IGDA)
International Organization for Gaming & Simulation majors
Club meets to help other students enhance their Math skills.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
National society dedicated to the professional development of Hispanics & Latinos in engineering, science and technology
Epsilon Delta Pi (EDP)
Epsilon Delta Pi (EDP) is a national Honor Society for students who major in CIS, TCOM and BIS. Students need to complete 15 credits and maintain a 3.5 GPA in order to join this group. Once a student joins and maintains the 3.5 GPA throughout their course of study they qualify to wear the Honor attire at the graduation service. In addition, being involved in an Honor Society is a great addition to your resume.
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Phi Theta Kappa is an international Honor Society for students who receive an associates degree. Students must have 12 credits and a minimum 3.5 GPA in order to qualify for this society. Once a student joins they are eligible for scholarships towards the completion of a Bachelor's degree.
Sigma Beta Delta (SBD)
International Honor Society for business, management & administration majors (3.5 + GPA)
Tau Alpha Pi (TAP)
National Honor Society for students in electronics & computer engineering technology (only top 20% of class invited)