Believing that a picture can tell a story, Photosican club (PSN) took the responsibility to capture the beautiful moments of the university clubs and events from our perspective as students using the latest equipment and techniques.
It was established in 2020. It is concerned with embracing the diverse creative talents of students in the fields of writing poetry, short stories, thoughts, essays, and other forms of Arabic literature art.
Dream, Aim, Reach, and Target is what that acronym DART stands for and what the club aspires to.
The Association of Energy Engineers is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting education in energy and management. Headquartered in the USA, it has more than 18,000 members.
The club was established in 2018, and it aims to raise awareness of cybersecurity issues among PSUT students.
The Debating Club is a prominent project specialized in the field of debates and awareness-building in Jordan and the Arab world.
With branches in many universities around the world, IEEE is the largest global organization concerned with technology.
The Chess Club was established because of the game's great impact on improving memory, developing problem-solving skills and raising IQ.
In response to the rapid technological development happening in the world, in 2018, the Deanship of Student Affairs launched a club for PSUT students specializing in online games.
This is an environmental club that was established by a group of students in 2019 to educate university students about the environmental problems caused by pollution by people in various sectors.
PSUT’s first cultural club, the Noon Cultural Club was established and officially opened on 4/26/2012.
The Accounting Club was established in 2020, primarily for PSUT Accounting students. The club aims to assist these students by providing them with opportunities for practical training.
Founded in 2021, this is a specialized club for students and technology enthusiasts. The club includes 6 modern technology departments
Founded in 2014, the club specializes in programming and represents the student branch of the international organization ACM at PSUT.
This is a club known as the Hult Prize and the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The Hult Prize is a global competition organized by the Hult School of Business, headquartered in Washington and London.
PSUT’s branch of the ARC club was established in 2018. The club aims to educate students and increase their knowledge of robotics, and electronic and mechanical .
The Apollo Club was established in 2018, with the aim of bringing art enthusiasts together at the university and building a platform that allows students talented in drawing and art to display their works and view the works of other members.
This club, established in 2015, is interested in spreading the culture of astronomy and cosmic physics, in addition to rare natural phenomena and the movements of the planets and the stars.
The first voluntary club at PSUT was founded in 2013. Its goal is to highlight the role of youth in giving and giving and to create fun programs associated with volunteer work.
The Developer Student Club was established in 2020 and is one of the Google Developers programs for students on campus.
Founded in 2020, this is a club specially for students of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence at PSUT.
The club was founded in 2010 by students of this specialization, and it is aimed at students and amateurs interested in animation and games.
The main objective of the club is to use PSUT’s activities to link the United Nations’ 17 sustainability goals with the environment and the local community and integrate them into the local market in order to preserve the limited available resources.
The Business Technology Club was established in 2022 by a group of students majoring in Business Technology at King Talal School of Business Technology.
This is a newly established club that aims to bring Business Administration students together to develop their skills and help them to find job opportunities in the local and Arab markets.