PACE's programs offer a variety of opportunities for its students to get involved in student organizations.
Criminal Justice Student Association
The Criminal Justice Student Association (CJSA) is a student-run organization which helps support the Criminal Justice student body by planning informative meetings, events, and field trips pertaining to different aspects of criminal justice.
Pi Alpha Alpha Public Administration Honor Society (PAA)
San Francisco State University received a charter for the national Pi Alpha Alpha public administration honorary society in 1999, the 20th year anniversary of the Department of Public Administration at SFSU.
- SF State Chapter of Pi Alpha Alpha Facebook Page
International City/County Management Association (ICCMA)
The SF State student chapter of International City/Count Managment Association. Networking MPA students with local public and nonprofit managers through workshops and events. Meet and connect with future leaders today!
- Student Chapter of the American College of Health Care Administrators
- Student Chapter of the Gerontological Society of America
- Student Chapter of Sigma Phi Omega
The Environmentally Concerned Organization of Students (ECO Students) is a student organization that has been promoting sustainability and community at SFSU since 2002. Find them on Facebook, Instagram (@sfsuecostudents).
Fossil Free SFSU
Are you concerned about climate change? Fossil Free SFSU is a student-led campaign advocating for divestment from the fossil fuel industry. We have had major success in the past, receiving a partial divestment commitment from the Foundation and hosting the national convergence of the student divestment movement. We continue our push for full divestment and the strengthening of our student movement.
Real Food Challenge SFSU
The mission of the Real Food Challenge (RFC) is to harness the power of youth and universities to build a healthy, fair, and green food economy. By 2020, they aim to shift $1 billion of annual college food purchases (or 20% of the budget) away from industrical agriculture and towards local, sustainable, and fair sources.