Anthropology Clubs (AnthroClubs) is an official student program for undergraduate members of the American Anthropological Association that works to foster community among those majoring, minoring, or having a general interest in the field of anthropology.
AAA Anthropology Club members work to mobilize students and departments by serving as on-campus ambassadors.
Maintain at least 5 club members (at least three (3) club members, not including the club President, must be AAA members)
New members must complete and submit the AAA undergraduate membership application
Submit annual club dues
Submit an annual club member roster
Use your club's social media channels to promote club and events
OPTIONAL: Submit an annual one-page summary that outlines the activities of the club. The report will be highlighted in Anthropology News and/or on AnthroNews, e-newsletter Additional Club Guidelines...
An official AnthroClub Membership Certificate
The official AnthroClub member logo to use on materials, websites and social media channels
Club President's member dues waived
Faculty Advisor member dues discount (15% off)
Annual club kit that includes materials that will include ideas on how to plan activities for your club, logo swag, and other resources
Highlights throughout the year of club activities on AAA national social media pages
Participation in World Anthropology Day (formerly National Anthropology Day) events and materials
Exclusive access to purchase/request additional official Anthro Club logo materials