Undergraduate Organizations

Association of Creative Writers 

The Miami University Association of Creative Writers (ACW) is an on-campus student organization designed to support the academic and creative goals of Miami University creative writers regardless of major, interests, experience or class.


iNTRA is a professional development program for international students at Miami University, designed to help them practice the skills they will need for the business world and beyond.

Linguistics Society

The Linguistics Society promotes discussion among students interested in linguistics and related fields by creating a cohesive community in which opportunities and activities related to linguistics are provided. The organization will also provide information about the Linguistics major and minor to interested students and raise language awareness on campus.

Sigma Tau Delta

This is the Miami Chapter of the national English honorary Sigma Tau Delta. Membership requirements are at least 18 hours of English credit and a 3.0 overall grade point average, with at least a 3.2 GPA in English courses. Meetings and activities, however, are open to all first-year students, regardless of major, interested in English.

Sigma Delta Chi

This is the Miami Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Membership is open to students who are in good academic standing and who intend to make journalism a career. Monthly meetings include guest speakers from media and serious discussion of relevant issues in journalism.

Society for Technical Communication (STC)

This is the Miami student Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication, which is open to all interested students. Nationwide, STC is the largest professional organization for technical communicators. Monthly meetings include guest speakers and networking opportunities. Membership in STC is not required for students to be involved, but students can join at a discounted rate.

Graduate Organizations

Miami English Graduate and Adjunct Association (M.E.G.A.A.)

The Miami English Graduate and Adjunct Association is an official University organization constituted of all graduate students currently enrolled in an M.A., M.A.T., M.T.S.C., or the Ph.D. program in the Department of English. M.E.G.A.A. elects members to serve on departmental committees, organizes special guest lectures, consults on graduate offerings, assists with campus visit arrangements for prospective and newly admitted graduate students, and sponsors an annual Graduate Student Symposium as well as social events. The organization has no specific charge but rather serves to articulate the intellectual and political views and social concerns of all graduate students to the department. The organization runs a listserv for discussion and announcements. Subscription instructions are available at

Graduate Student Association

All graduate students automatically hold membership in the Graduate Student Association; there are no required membership fees or dues. Officers are elected during February to organize meetings and handle day-to-day operations. All graduate students are welcome to attend all GSA meetings and events. The GSA is currently involved in number of campus issues; graduate housing options and student health insurance coverage are two primary concerns.

One of GSA’s primary functions is to provide professional development opportunities for all graduate students. Additionally, social events, open to the graduate student body, are held at various times throughout the year. The GSA also sponsors a Travel Reimbursement Fund, through which graduate students in eligible departments may request expense reimbursement for professional or educational pursuits outside of Miami University, such as attending conferences and workshops. To be eligible, each department must simply have a representative present at monthly meetings.

Professional Organizations

Council of Writing Program Administrators

The Council of Writing Program Administrators is a professional organization of teachers and administrators that provides opportunities to focus on the administration of college and university writing programs. The Council of Writing Program Administrators sponsors an annual national conference and publishes the Journal of Writing Program Administrators