Clubs And Organizations

DeVry University student organizations are created and managed by students. The diversity and number are determined by student support and creativity. Information on how to form new clubs is available in Student Central. Following is a list of the current recognized clubs and organizations at DeVry.

Campus Bible Study (CBS)
CBS is an inter-denominational Christian group that meets weekly to provide support and strength to each other through fellowship and prayer, in an open forum-style Bible study on student selected topics.

Irving DeVry Accounting Club
The purpose of the Irving DeVry Accounting Club is to provide a place for students interested in accounting to meet and share their knowledge, learn from industry professionals, and network.  Some of the activities we have enjoyed so far include Thirsty Thursday and Fall Fest with the Dallas CPA Society, Dave and Busters with Becker, Excel workshops, tax preparation through VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance), and career coaching directly from accounting hiring managers.  Future events will cover a wide array of topics like auditing, retirement, managerial accounting, tax, and much more.

Project Managers Club of Dallas-Fort Worth
The primary purpose of the Project Managers club is to expose students to the broad range of career opportunities available in the field of Project Management through local business relations. Our goal is to add value to the student experience through serving the community and networking while building leadership and teamwork skills for the students and alumni.



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