Organizations

Members of a student organization march and wave in a Homecoming paradeStudent Organizations provide an opportunity for students to enrich their educational experiences at Alabama A&M University by presenting expanded channels of self-expression, personal growth, development, and service. See if any of our over 40 registered Student Organizations on campus are right for you.

Types of Student Organizations

Registered Student Organizations

Download the 2018 Registered Student Organization Packet

  • AAMU Bulldog Veterans
  • AAMU Association of Black Psychologists
  • AAMU College Democrats
  • AAMU Fighting Game Club
  • Alima Dance Company
  • Art Club
  • Collegiate 100
  • Global Supply Chain Club
  • Gospel Choir
  • House Arrest 2 (HA2)
  • Inter-Residential Hall Council (IRHC)
  • Men of America Nurturing and Ushering Progress, Inc. (M.A.N.U.P.)
  • Marketing Club
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  • Pep Squad
  • Poetry Club
  • Psychology Club
  • S.H.E.
  • Southern Belles
  • The Movement at A&M
  • The Voluptuous Bulldog Beauties
  • Trendsetters Fashion Club
  • Undergraduate Social Work Association
  • University Choir
  • University Echoes
  • Urban Planning Association
  • Ward Modeling Troop

 

Honorary / Scholastic

  • Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society
  • Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Inc.
  • Beta Kappa Chi National Scientific Honor Society
  • Eta Kappa Tau Engineering and Technology Fraternity, Inc.
  • Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Band Fraternity
  • National Society of Pershing Angels
  • Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity, Inc.
  • Sigma Tau Epsilon Professional Fraternity, Inc.

Student Organization Requirements

  • Organizations must have 250 hours of documented community service, in the fall and spring semesters.
  • Organizations must sponsor five programs during an academic year; two programs must come from the following: Leadership, Diversity, Social Networking, Conflict Resolution, Effective Communication, Emotional Health & Wellness, and Spirituality.
  • Organizations must register every year with the office of Student Activities and update their RSO (Registered Student Organization) packet.
  • New organizations must have a minimum of ten full-time students.
  • Organizations are responsible for developing or providing a mission statement, purpose of the organization, constitution and bylaws, calendar of events, and a roster of their officers and members with contact information submitted to be reviewed by the Organizational Justification Committee.
  • Organizations must have two on-campus advisors.
  • Organizations must comply with all rules and regulations set by the University and RSO Handbook.