The National Security Society was established in 2016 and offers students a wide range of opportunities.  Students are provided with a forum to meet and interact with national security professionals, key thinkers in the field, and their fellow NSS classmates.  Students also have the opportunity to engage in leadership and service activities.  Participation in the Society helps students to better understand the national security world and prepare for careers in the field.

National Security Society Leadership for 2018-2019

        President: Maria Whitten
        Vice-President: Emma Warner
        Vice-President: Joseph Lloyd
        Vice-President: Albina Truax

Snacks in the Situation Room


Society Activities and Functions

The National Security Society conducts a service project and a fundraiser each semester.  The society holds regular activities for its members. Featuring national security professionals and key figures in the field.  The Society meets once a month in CB310-A for "Snacks in the Situation Room" -- a gathering to discuss topical national security issues and interact with fellow NSS classmates.

UVU NSS DC Chapter



Washington, D.C. Chapter of the NSS

The National Security Society hosts a chapter in Washington, DC, led by president Andre Jones, to provide a forum for UVU alumni and current students in DC.  The Chapter meets regularly and supports NSS interns in DC.

Andre Jones, President

NSS students and faculty throughout the year.