Alpha Kappa Psi
A national professional business fraternity, members include
faculty from the College of Business and students actively pursuing
an undergraduate or graduate degree from the college. This
organization gives business students an opportunity to interact
with fellow students on a social level, as well as enhance their
educational experience with lectures by area business people and
tours of local business organizations.
Butler American Marketing Association
Dedicated to the marketing profession, this organization is
involved in bringing guest speakers to campus and working on
marketing projects on campus and in the community.
Fosters networking among students, alumni, faculty and the
business community. The Association sponsors regular
networking event and brings business leaders to campus to interact
with students and alumni. All MBA students and alumni are
eligible for membership and leadership positions are available.
Public Relations Student Society of
PRSSA is an active organization encouraging the understanding
of public relations and integrated communications. This
organization is dedicated to peer and public practitioner
interaction. Guest speakers, national and district conferences, a
silent auction, and career seminar are a few of the activities
hosted by this group.
Scholars for the Advancement of Business Leadership
Aids students in gaining knowledge of the business world through
all possible means. Members pass the knowledge and experience on to
others as a form of service. SABL is dedicated to supporting its
members in their endeavors in an effort to better prepare them to
venture into the working world.
Music Teacher National Association (MTNA)
Fosters and promotes the education, performance, scholarship, and
appreciation of music education at Butler and the surrounding
A national honor society in education that selects members for
commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals and sound
scholarship. Junior or senior standing and a minimum grade point
average of 3.0 are required. The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to
encourage high professional, intellectual and personal standards,
and to recognize outstanding contributions to education.
Physical Education Majors Club (PEM)
Enhances professional practice by providing opportunities for
pre-professional growth and development.
Student Education Association (SEA)
Helps students prepare for a career in education.
Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Provides students interested in biology the opportunity
to share their knowledge, learn from others, and educate the
community and campus about science-related issues.
Butler Student Association of Pharmacy (BSAP)
BSAP provides an opportunity to become knowledgeable
about organized health care settings and pharmacy practice.
Butler Physician Assistant Club (Butler
The purpose of Butler PA-C is to serve as the official
organization for physician assistant program students, to promote
academic achievement and clinical excellence, and to promote the
physician assistant as a member of the health care team.
Association of Professional Pharmacy
Provides a forum for the interchange of scientific
knowledge in the pharmaceutical sciences.
A national professional fraternity for men and women enrolled
in either the pre-pharmacy or the pharmacy program. Although Kappa
Psi is a professional fraternity, it also offers a strong bond of
fellowship. Kappa Psi works to promote professionalism and supports
local philanthropies by giving both time and money. Kappa Psi has
several philanthropies and offers many social events, thus
balancing education with fellowship.
The only international fraternity of women in pharmacy, it
emphasizes personal, professional, academic and social growth of
its members. The Butler Phi chapter sponsors families at
Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter with food and gifts. Other
regular chapter activities include participation in the American
Cancer Society's "Great American Smokeout," and work with the
elderly, such as giving gifts of the large print Reader's Digest to
several nursing homes.
Pediatric Education Done by Students
Promotes interest and awareness surrounding pediatric medication
Pharmacy Class of 2015
The oldest professional pharmacy fraternity in the nation, as
well as the most veteran on the Butler campus, this chapter is open
to both men and women and is one of the most successful in the
nation. Phi Delta Chi undertakes many professional projects and
Phi Lambda Sigma
A national honor society dedicated to the recognition of leaders
in pharmacy. Yearly activities include the BUCOP Bash, the year-end
Physician Assistant Class of 2015
National student-run organization which protects and advances the
rights, interests, and welfare of students pursuing careers in
The purpose of the PPC is to serve pre-pharmacy students and
those individuals interested in the pharmacy profession at
Pre-Physician Assistant Club (Pre-PAC)
Serves as the official organization for the pre-physician
assistant students and those individuals interested in the PA
An honor society for students and professors in pharmacy.
Undergraduate students are chosen from the upper 20 percent of
their classes and must have completed 75 credit hours.
Science and Mathematics
Actuarial Science Club
The goal of this club is to increase knowledge of the actuarial
exam system, facilitate career oriented contacts, as well as to
heighten knowledge of the actuarial profession. The organization
works to achieve this goal through regularly scheduled meetings,
membership participation and guest speakers.
American Chemical Society Student Affiliation
Although the ACS focuses primarily on chemistry majors, all
science majors are welcome to join. Through group trips and social
gatherings with chemistry professors, the ACS is a great way to
meet other science students.
This organization is designed to bring engineering majors
together in a fun and exciting setting in order to build
relationships and friendships. Members learn about engineering by
taking part in various activities, such as competitions.
Explores and educates in the field of genetics through discussion,
speakers, volunteerism, and popular media whilst having fun.
Management Information Systems and Technology
Networks and forms relations with local businesses and other
student organizations, promotes the study of MIS and assists with
career interests and internships.
Mathematical Association of America
Strives to encourage and help the role of mathematics and math
education on campus and in the Indianapolis community. Furthermore,
the organization strives to actively encourage mathematics in
Society of Physics Students
Formed for the advancement and diffusion of knowledge of
physics throughout the academic and local communities.
Promotes interest in the field of anthropology, spreads awareness
about the importance of cultural relativism, and works towards
understanding what it means to be human.
This club introduces international affairs to the Butler
University community while establishing relationships among the
students of the International Studies majors and minors. Open to
all students interested in the International Studies
Blue Key is a scholastic and activities honorary for juniors who
are recognized as leaders in scholarship and college activities. It
encourages intellectual attainment and promotes the progress of
Butler University. Blue Key sponsors Freshman Skits and Sibs
Mortar Board is a national scholastic and activities honorary for
seniors. Students in the top 35 percent of the junior class are
eligible for membership. Members are also selected for their
leadership qualities, character and participation in campus and
community activities. Mortar Board publishes the yearly datebook,
Phi Eta Sigma
This national honorary for freshmen requires a cumulative grade
point average of 3.5 or better after the first semester, or a 3.5
GPA for the freshmen year. Active membership is retained throughout
Additional Academic Organizations
Speech-Language-Hearing Association (N.S.S.L.H.A.)
Open to all students interested in Speech-Language Pathology or
Audiology. Biweekly meetings keep students abreast of group
activities and provide an environment which promotes social
interaction, campus awareness of communication issues, and
involvement in the Indianapolis community. Peer education,
local/national conferences and extensive professional contacts help
students grow in their knowledge and understanding of the field at
large and its growing job opportunities.
Provides students interested in a law career the opportunity to
meet other students with similar interests as well as area
Student Honors Council
Serves as a liaison between honors students and the Honors program
administration as well as a liaison between honors students and