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Clubs & Organizations

Decorative display for English and Foreign Languages open house event. Scrabble trays spell out the words "English", "Spanish", "French", and "Chinese". A blackboard behind the display says "Welcome".Seek to be different.

Seek ways to serve.

Seek your unique purpose and meaning.

EFL offers several organizations and clubs that provide you with opportunities to develop and showcase your unique skills. You will also build relationships and community with like-minded individuals.

The English Club

The Alabama A&M University English Club is an organization by students, about students, and for students. AAMU English Club members  participate in reading groups,  hold workshops and student-based forums, volunteer for  community services such as tutoring and reading to K-12 students in our area.  We even design our own custom-made club t-shirts! 

Our club offers students a wonderful opportunity to express themselves and build their resumes . Although we are composed mainly of AAMU English Majors, non-English Majors are also invited to join!

For more information contact:

Robert L. Powell, Ph.D.
Faculty Advisor, AAMU English Club
robert.powell@aamu.edu
256-372-5382

The AAMU Poetry Club

AAMU's Poetry Club provides students with an outlet for expression through writing, spoken word, music, dance, and other expressions. The Poetry Club hosts several events each semester, such as open mic nights and poetry slam competitions. Our club combines writing, performance, advocacy, and community service. We meet twice a month and we're open to undergraduate and graduate students regardless of major.

For more information contact:

Jessica Temple, Ph.D.
Faculty Advisor, AAMU Poetry Club
jessica.temple@aamu.edu
101-C New Classroom Building (Parker Annex)
931-447-8208

The Spanish Club

The AAMU Spanish Club meets several times each semester reviewing Spanish vocabulary and engaging in conversations using what we have learned. In recent years, the Spanish Club has had many students to join the club and realize that having a conversation in a foreign language is not as tough as they imagined it would be. In fact, they have expressed feelings of pleasure being able to communicate with people of different cultural backgrounds. 

For more information contact:

Koji Nishida, Ph.D.
Faculty Advisor, AAMU Spanish Club
koji.nishida@aamu.edu