The UL Lafayette Sociology Club is a campus organization dedicated to the purpose of unifying students wishing to pursue an interest in scientific study of society through meetings, lectures, and field trips. The aims of the organization are to provide support for students interested in the field of sociology and encourage greater public awareness of and appreciation for the sociological perspective.
Membership shall be open to full-time and part-time students and graduate students of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Membership dues shall be paid in the amount of $10.00 per academic year or $6.00 per academic semester.
Club meetings are held every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Meeting time and place are usually posted in advance.
- Fall/Spring Invitational
- Food Drives
- Fall & Spring Socials/Mixers
- Volunteer Campaigns
- Brown Bag Lunch Series
- Guest Speakers
- Conference & Professional Meetings
- Community Activities
- Annual Recognition & Award Ceremony
The Club shall have three principal officers and one faculty advisor. Officers are nominated and elected each Spring.
Candace May (email@example.com)