NOVA Clubs and Organizations at NOVA offer students the opportunity to join together in governmental, cultural, political and/or special interest issues settings and to assume various leadership roles in carrying out the mission of the group.
NOVA Chapter of the IT Organizations
The Information Systems Security Association Northern Virginia Chapter (ISSA-NOVA) is an association of cybersecurity professionals. Our members live and work in one of the fastest-growing technology corridors in the nation. Chartered in August 2002, we are a member-focused organization. ISSA-NOVA hosts monthly chapter meetings at which we invite notable cybersecurity experts to share the latest information on Infosec and related cyber topics. We also offer study groups on CISSP and various venues for collaboration and discourse. Come check out one of our meetings!
AFCEA is a member-based, non-profit association for professionals that provides highly sought after thought leadership, engagement and networking opportunities. We focus on cyber, command, control, communications, computers and intelligence to address national and international security challenges.
AFCEA Faculty Advisor
The NOVA Data Center Operations group is for current students, faculty/staff, and alumni. Through this group we hope that students, alumni, and faculty/staff will stay connected to the NOVA community and the Data Center Operations Program.
The NOVA Information Technology group is for student, alumni, and faculty/staff to facilitate professional networking, information sharing, and keeping in touch with NOVA IT activities and developments.
The NOVA Mechatronics group is for student, alumni, and faculty/staff to establish professional networking, information sharing, and keeping in touch with NOVA Mechatronics activities and developments.