DeVry University - Chicago Campus Student Organizations

Student Organizations  
Honor Organizations


is proud to highlight ways for you to become involved with student life. Students are encouraged to participate in student life for the following important benefits:

  • Major specific programming, topics and seminars
  • Peer and Professional Networking
  • Local and national community outreach
  • Social awareness
  • Student résumé building

AIGA (American Institute for Graphic Arts) - A professional association for graphic design. AIGA is committed to advancing design as a professional craft, strategic tool and vital cultural force.

President: Open
Vice President: Open
Faculty Advisor: Flavia Andrade (email:


AITP (Association for Information Technology Professionals) - AITP is a professional and social networking national organization. Students get the opportunity to interact with business executives and technology experts.

President: Open
Faculty Advisor: Astrit Mehmeti (email:

DKBS (DeVry Keller Business Society) - DKBS is a student-led organization whose purpsoe is to provide development assistance to business students in order to become future leaders. Typically the group meets 1-3 time a session to discuss professional business and career topics with faculty and peers in an informal setting.  Undergraduate or graduate students within any of the business programs are welcome to join.

President: Open
Faculty Advisor: Martin Stub (

DMRC - Chicago (DeVry Military Resource Club - Chicago Chapter) - DMRC is intended to support DeVry students who have served or are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces. Any student, faculty, and/or staff member who has served is eligible to join. Our mission is to ease the transition from service to studying by providing members with the same camaraderie we became accustomed to in the military. We are a family of veterans, with a common calling to help student veterans.  The club meets periodically to provide each other with the latest information on careers, scholarships, grants, housing and much more.

President: Harold Purnell, Jr (
Faculty Advisor: Teresa Hayes (

DeVry Bible Club - A prayer organization involved in community outreach. The Bible Club offers opportunities for students to outreach to those in need in the United States and around the world.

President: Mike Breckenridge (email:
Faculty Advisor: Donald Ingram (email:

The Pride Alliance - The Pride Alliance believes in an open and accommodating society that does not single out, bully, or misrepresent those whose sexuality might not fit the norm. We are dedicated to endorsing, protecting, and championing the rights of those who practice sexualities other than heterosexuality -- in particular, gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and the transgendered. Accordingly, we are devoted to creating a campus environment that is friendly and welcoming of those who fall into these groups and those who do not.

* We are looking for students who believe in gay rights.
* We are looking for students who believe that all human beings should be treated equally under the law.
* We are looking for students who believe that no group of people is better than any other.

President:  Paul Einert (
Faculty Advisor: Vincent Crivellone (email:

Student Technology Club - Club activities include
o Asset Disposal - help get computers ready to be sold on campus or donated to local organizations, schools etc. (We have a hundred or so for us to get ready to be so. Proceeds will go to the Chicago campus scholarship fund.)
o Help With campus IT projects - New Building technology
o New technology review - Using campus technology in classrooms
o Campus technology announcements for students - Keeping students informed of changes that impact students and their studies
o Student workshops by students - Develop and facilitate workshops to help students learn using existing technology

President: Jason Auguste (
Faculty Advisor: Mike Provenzale (

Women In Technology- a female organization that empowers women to be architects of change in the technology industry. It advances women in technology from the classroom to the boardroom by providing advocacy, leadership development, networking, mentoring, and technology education to female students

President: Open
Faculty Advisor: Josie Anagbogu (email:        



Alpha Chi- Alpha Chi is a coeducational academic honor society.  Its purpose has been to promote academic excellence and exemplary character among college and university students.  Membership is limited to the top 10 percent of juniors and seniors in a bachelor degree program, and graduate students by invitation only.

Faculty Advisor: Mohammad Mahani (email:
(Alpha Chi will contact the student if they meet the requirements to join the organization)

Sigma Beta Delta - Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society, founded in 1994, is an international honor society for Business, Management, and Administration. The society was established to recognize outstanding scholarship by students enrolled in institutions that have regional accreditation.

Faculty Advisor: Archie Patterson (email:
(Students must rank in the upper 20% of their class to be considered for initiation)


For more information about upcoming events or the DeVry Student Activities Organization:
Come to the DSAO Office Campbell 150, email: or  call: 773-697-2197. 


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