Government Societies & Clubs
Find a society or club that fits your major or minor at the Helms School of Government. Here, you can connect with fellow classmates who share your interests while you prepare for your future career. Get more information on how to join by clicking on the links below. For a list of all Liberty University clubs, visit the Student Government Association’s webpage.
Alexander Hamilton Society
The Alexander Hamilton Society sponsors international relations/national security panels and debates at colleges and universities and provides other opportunities for members to flourish intellectually, professionally, and personally. Members have an opportunity to be part of a national network of policy experts and professionals from a wide range of fields.
Alpha Phi Sigma
Benefit from membership in Alpha Phi Sigma, the national criminal justice honor society. Gain opportunities for scholarship and career advancement as you connect with the criminal justice arena.
Criminal Justice Club
Have an interest in Criminal Justice? Join the Criminal Justice Club. We host many events and offer opportunities for you to advance in a criminal justice career. All majors are welcome.
The Hans Gross Society
The Hans Gross Society is a unique Criminal Justice club that offers students the opportunity to employ forensics in conjunction with a variety of other disciplines to address violent crime. Learn how these disciplines intersect and then put these skills to work by educating those within criminal justice.
Pi Sigma Alpha
Join the only honor society for college and university government students in the United States. Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies.
Fellowship with other students who are also planning to attend law school. Pre-Law Society members enjoy the benefit of being selected first to join the pre-law teams and publish in the Journal.
Strategic Intelligence Society
Prepare for employment within the intelligence community. The Strategic Intelligence Society encourages critical thinking that leads to the analysis of current events. Discern intelligence from information within the fields of politics, technology, transnational issues, economics, and military policy.