UACS Student Organizations

The UACS Organization of Students works towards raising spirits and fostering a sense of community, by organizing activities and hosting events that appeal to your interests.

The Organization of Students at University American College Skopje works towards involving the student body in the operations of their school, university, and the world.

For more information on how to become a member of the UACS Organization of Students, please contact us at:, or find us on Instagram, at uss_uacs.

Delta Mu Delta - Pi Alpha Chapter

What is an Honor Society?

An honor society is a rank organization in the United States that aims to recognize students who have excelled in a variety of fields, inviting students to join based on their academic excellence, and showing impressive leadership, service, and overall character. The societies tend to be highly prestigious, and it can be beneficial for student’s future to take part.


Delta Mu Delta is an international honor society in Business.


What is Delta Mu Delta?

Delta Mu Delta (DMD) is a business honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence of students at qualifying colleges and universities to create a DMD community that fosters the well-being of its members and the business community through lifetime membership.

DMD was founded in 1913 by 5 faculty members at Harvard University, Yale University, and New York University.

You can read more regarding the history of DMD on the link below:


Delta Mu Delta – Pi Alpha Chapter at UACS

It is our honor and pleasure to inform you that since May 2016, DMD has had a new chapter in North Macedonia – Delta Mu Delta Pi Alpha, which was established at University American College Skopje.


Delta Mu Delta Pi Alpha’s Board is as follows:

  • Tome Nenovski, PhD, President
  • Elena Matlievska, Vice-President
  • Leo Miloshevski, Secretary
  • Natalija Mirkovikj, Secretary
  • Meri Cvetanovska, Treasurer
  • Sofija Jovcheva, HR and Communications Officer
  • Marija Adjiev, Social Media and PR Officer
  • Elena Bundaleska, PhD, Faculty Adviser
  • Snezhana Hristova, PhD, Faculty Co-Adviser


Delta Mu Delta Pi Alpha chapter currently has 95 regular and 16 honorary members.


The honorary members of the Chapter are the following:

  • Evica Delova Jolevska;
  • Ilijanco Gagovski;
  • Zivko Gruevski;
  • Antoni Peshev;
  • Mihail Ognenovski;
  • Igor Velickovski;
  • Tome Nenovski;
  • Gligor Bishev;
  • Boris Hrisafov;
  • Nikica Mojsoska-Blazevski;
  • Filip Ivanovski;
  • Elena Mladenovska Jelenkovik;
  • Marjan Bojadjiev;
  • Luca Gnan;
  • Venera Krliu Handjiski; and
  • Nina Angelovska.


Membership benefits

“For business students looking to enhance their academic experience while earning their degree, Delta Mu Delta offers an opportunity to advance business knowledge, earn scholarships and network and build relationships.” – Grand Canyon University

Besides the benefits for the faculty advisers, the business units, and the society as a whole, the members will have benefits such as:

  • Lifetime recognition for outstanding achievement;
  • Global networking opportunities;
  • Additional recognition when employing;
  • Scholarship programs;
  • Top business magazine subscription for 1 year.


How to become a member?

Membership in DMD is the highest international recognition a student in Economics and business can earn for his/her academic success.

The Chapter shall elect to membership business or commerce students of good standing, as defined by their institution, who are:

(a) Undergraduates and candidates with a cumulative grade point average of one-quarter (.25) of a step above a B, or better, and who are in the top 20 percent of their college class in cumulative average grades; or

(c) Graduate students in a master’s degree program and Doctoral students in a Ph.D. or D.B.A. program with a cumulative grade point average of six tenths (.6) of a step above a B, or better, and who are in the top 20 percent of their college class in cumulative average grades.

An invitation to join the Delta Mu Delta Chapter confirms that you have a proven track record of working hard to achieve excellence in your studies.  It shows that you have the knowledge and drive to succeed in a business career.

Delta Mu Delta Pi Alpha is expanding its network of honor students every year, encouraging every student to read more about DMD, the standards for the membership, and what the organization has to offer at the official website of Delta Mu Delta


Or find out more about our chapter on our social media:


For further information, please contact Ms. Elena Matlievska, Vice-President of Delta Mu Delta Pi Alpha Chapter at


Erasmus Student Network University American College Skopje (ESN UACS) is a non-profit, non-political, and volunteer student organization acting towards the mission of the Erasmus Student Network, i.e. providing opportunities for cultural understanding under the principle of SHS – Students Helping Students”.

ESN UACS is the third and newest local section of ESN Macedonia, which has been elected as an official section at the 10th National Platform of ESN Macedonia, held on 11 September 2012 at UACS premises.

We aim to help the incoming and outgoing Erasmus + exchange students to get integrated into society during their study abroad period. We provide support and assistance to the incoming international students at UACS in terms of looking for student housing, University orientation, and organization of social, cultural, and sports activities.

The students, who cannot experience a study period abroad, get “internationalization at home” by working on local, national, and international projects and activities, which link them to the international level of the ESN (

If you would like to travel, experience Europe, participate in international events, make new friends, and gain soft skills, ESN UACS is the right choice for you. For more information, please contact us at:

Tutoring Club

The Tutoring Club at University American College Skopje or Tutoring Assistance Student Club (TASC) is a platform designed from the students for students. The TASC is aimed at students who need assistance with their courses, who are lagging with their exams, or who are placed under a special learning regime with the possibility to learn and improve their grades, through learning from their colleagues.

Every UACS student who needs assistance with his/her courses can become a member of the Club. Afterwards, the student will be assigned a tutor (i.e. another student), who will work with him/her and help him/her master the specific course being tackled.

The tutors are UACS students who have a minimum grade of B- or GPA of 2.67 for the specific course, who have been recommended by a professor, and who are also willing to help their colleagues. Every tutor can earn from 2 to 6 ECTS credits for providing tutoring classes to other students.

The TACS is active during every academic year during the period of October to June.

We are encouraging every UACS student to become a member of the Tutoring Assistance Student Club and provide help to others who need it.

For more information, you can contact the Tutoring Assistance Student Club at:

Border and Regional Studies Network

Network CIII-PL-1604-01-2122   (detailed info at the CEEPUS website:

The Border and Regional Studies Network is comprised of 15 universities located in 10 countries of Central Europe and the Balkans. The network’s thematic framework will address some of the crucial problems and challenges of the XXI century like migrations, multi-ethnic societies, revitalization of regional identities, border crossing, and border revitalization (the last one strongly influenced by the pandemic). The main objective of the network is sharing and promoting high-quality, up-to-date knowledge regarding border and regional studies among students and academics. This will be obtained by a series of summer schools and seminars organized in different locations characterized by borderlandness and multi-ethnicity. In the long run, we would like to establish a tradition of meetings between scholars and students interested in border and regional studies, thereby building a community of researchers within the CEEPUS countries.

The Border and Regional Studies Network also cooperates with the FORTHEM Alliance (see more on the FORTHEM website: as an associated partner within the FORTHEM Lab Experiencing Europe.


Partner Universities:

  1. University of Opole, PL (coordinator) Institute of Political Science and Administration
  2. St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University, BG Faculty of Geology and Geography
  3. Silesian University in Opava, CZ Faculty of Public Policies in Opava
  4. University of Ostrava, CZ Faculty of Science
  5. Technical University of Liberec, CZ Faculty of Science, Humanities and Education, Department of Geography
  6. Eötvös Loránd University, HU Department of Social and Economic Geography
  7. University of Pécs, HU Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Political Science and International Studies
  8. Free International University of Moldova, MD Center for International Cooperation
  9. University of Montenegro, ME Faculty of Political Science
  10. University American College Skopje, MK  School of Political Science
  11. University of Wroclaw, PL Institute of Sociology
  12. Babes Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, RO Faculty of European Studies
  13. The Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, RO Centre for European Studies – Faculty of Law
  14. University of Ljubljana, SI Faculty of Public Administration
  15. Comenius University in Bratislava, SK Faculty of Natural Science

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