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Student 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. There are over 40 Registered Student Organizations on campus.

Download the Registered Student Organization Handbook​​


Types of Student Organizations:

  • ​​Registered Student Organization (RSO)
  • Honorary/Scholastic 
  • National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)


Registered Student Organizations:

  • AAMU Bulldog Veterans
  • AAMU Association of Black Psychologists
  • AAMU College Democrats
  • AAMU Fighting Game Club 
  • Alima Dance Compan
  • 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 Echoe
  • Urban Planning Association
  • Ward Modeling Troop



  • ​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 Fraternit
  • National Society of Pershing Angels
  • Phi Beta Lambda Business Fraternity, Inc.
  • Sigma Tau Epsilon Professional Fraternity, Inc.

AAMU Student Organizations Requirements:

1. Organizations must complete the required hours of documented community service fall and spring semester.

2. Organizations must sponsor five (5) programs during an              academic year; (2) programs must come from the following: Leadership, 

3. Diversity, Social Networking, Conflict Resolution, Effective  Communication, Emotional Health & Wellness, and Spirituality.

4. Organizations must register every year with the office of Student Activities and update their RSO packet.

5. New organizations must have a minimum of 10 full-time students

6. 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 by ​reviewed by the Organizational Justification Committee

7. Organizations must have (2) on-campus advisors

​​8. Organizations must comply with all rules and regulations set by the University and RSO Handbook