Student Organizations

The Undergraduate Journal of Ethics, Policy, and Social Justice

The Undergraduate Journal of Ethics, Policy, and Social Justice seeks to provide a space for undergraduate work that demonstrates originality and critical thinking through a social justice lens. New editions are released annually in May. 

We are now accepting paper submissions to our Spring 2023 issue. Undergraduate students from any university may submit. Deadline for submissions is February 19, 2023. Authors of papers will be notified of decisions and receive feedback on their submissions in March. For late submissions, please contact the Executive Editor, Ryan Mendoza, at or Managing Editor, Dr. Cory Aragon, at

Student Associate Editors take a production class (3 units) during the Spring semester, facilitated by Dr. Cory Aragon. Applications for Associate Editors will reopen during the Fall semester. 

Journal's Website

Philosophy Graduates

Philosophy Club

The Philosophy Club is an organization that helps Philosophy majors connect with and share ideas with other Philosophy majors. The club is also conducive for meeting professors. Furthermore, the Philosophy Club seeks to introduce philosophical issues and debates whereby students can have rational discussions with not only other Philosophy majors, but students from other majors with an interest in Philosophy. Meetings will typically begin with conversations concerning upcoming events and will conclude with philosophical discussions. Any and all people are welcome, either to contribute to our rational discussions or simply just to listen in.

Philosophy Club Website
Philosophy Club Facebook

Phi Sigma Tau

Phi Sigma Tau Honor Society, The International Society for Philosophers

Phi Sigma Tau (Omnicron) Website
Phi Sigma Tau Parent Website

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Ethics Bowl

Ethics Bowl is a team-based oral presentation competition where students respond to questions about contemporary ethical controversies and defend their answers before their opponents and expert judges. Ethics Bowl is a valuable activity for any student interested in ethics, as well for students interested in careers in policy, government, or law. Cal Poly Pomona has competed in the Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl for a decade with great success, including California regional championships and appearances in the national Ethics Bowl semifinals and quarterfinals.

Students in Ethics Bowl enroll in a course (PHL4820) during the fall term. Participation in Ethics Bowl is limited, so students interested in participating are encouraged to contact Dr. Itzel Garcia in the spring of the academic year.