Contact: Jordan McBride / Advisor: Lisa Bohn
Purpose: A supportive, non-activism, social organization , available to ASU students who are a part of or ally of the LGBT community.
A-State Korean Students Association
Contact: Joonwon Seo / Advisor: Jeongho Ahn
Purpose: To bring together Korean Students on campus.
A-State Orchestra Society
Contact: Adam Waddell/ Advisor: Lauren Schack Clark
Purpose: To afford A-State Orchestra members and friends the opportunity to share their interest in great symphonic music. Also, to promote the importance of an orchestra program at Arkansas State University, to increase membership, to invite guest artists, to attend off-campus concerts, and help with fundraising.
Contact: Shequira Holmes/ Advisor: Tammy Fowler
Purpose: The purpose of the stAte Reps shall be to provide support and assistance as an auxilliary volunteer group through the Office of Recruitment for athletic facility tours, recruitment events (athletics and non-athletics), and alumni relations activities.
Contact: Zachary Gallagher / Advisor: Bert Greenwalt
Alpha Gamma Delta
Contact: Shelby Brooks / Advisor: Kathy Farris
Purpose: To impact and enrich our communities by providing essential support for education, philanthropy and leadership.
Alpha Gamma Rho
Contact: Matthew Addison / Advisor: Warren Weatherly
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Contact: Monique Bailey / Advisor: Alyssia Turner Dr. Brenda Randall
Purpose: Since its founding over a century ago, Alpha Kappa Alpha’s mission has been to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of “Service to All Mankind.”
Alpha Kappa Delta - Beta Chapter
Contact: Jessica Middleton / Advisor: Dr. Thomas Ratliff
Purpose: Sociology Honor Society
Alpha Omicron Pi
Contact: Cassie Adams / Advisor: Lindsey Hawkins Breanna Buck
Purpose: "Women Enriched through Lifelong Friendship"
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Contact: Cameron Mahone / Advisor: Jerrod Lockhart
Purpose: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.
Alpha Phi Sigma (APS)
Contact: Jennifer Miller / Advisor: Larry Salinger
Purpose: The mission of Alpha Phi Sigma is to promote analytical thinking, rigorous scholarship, and lifelong learning; to keep abreast of the advances in scientific research; to elevate the ethical standards of the criminal justice professions and to sustain in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.
Alpha Tau Alpha (ATA)
Contact: Jonathan Goodson / Advisor: Dr. David Agnew
Purpose: Professional development
Alpha Tau Omega
Contact: Kyle Hardy / Advisor: Thomas Wharton
Purpose: To bind men together in a brotherhood based upon eternal and immutable principles, with a bond as strong as right itself and as lasting as humanity; to know no North, no South, no East, no West, but to know man as man, to teach that true men the world over should stand together and contend for supremacy of good over evil; to teach, not politics, but morals; to foster, not partisanship, but the recognition of true merit wherever found; to have no narrower limits within which to work together for the elevation of man than the outlines of the world: these were the thoughts and hopes uppermost in the minds of the founders of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.
American Choral Directors Association - Alfred J. Skoog Memorial Student Chapter (ACDA)
Contact: John Phillians / Advisor: Dale Miller
Purpose: This organization is for the improvement and betterment of student conductors and music education majors, while providing network opportunities for life.
American Institute of Graphic Artists
Contact: Micah Brightwell / Advisor: Nicole Arnell
Purpose: AIGA is an important club for anyone majoring in graphic design. We design for other clubs and raise money for design conferences.
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Contact: Alicia Kiech / Advisor: Jason Stewart
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Contact: Nathan Smith / Advisor: David Jeong
Purpose: Promotes the art, science, and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Contact: Justin Payne / Advisor: Dr. David Jeong
Purpose: Developing the skills and the contacts needed to be excellent in the Engineering field.
Contact: Blake Burroughs / Advisor: Dr. Robert Lamm
Purpose: To further appreciation of Japanese culture through the viewing of animation.
Arkansas Student Veterans Organization (ASVO)
Contact: Nathan Tompkins / Advisor: Kelly McCoy
Art Education Club
Contact: Victoria Morgan / Advisor: Susan Whiteland
Purpose: The purpose of the Art Education Club is to promote visual art in education on every level.
Art in Science
Contact: Meghan Foard/ Advisor: Paul Sikkel
Purpose: to spread the word that the integration of art into science and science into art is important.
Art Student Union
Contact: Anthony Griego / Advisor: Melissa Wilkonson
Purpose: To provide a safe place for artists and art enthusiasts to gather, share, and learn.
Association of Black Journalists (ASABJ)
Contact: Megan Strickland / Advisor: Larz Roberts Sandra Combs
Purpose: Providing students with quality programs and service and advocates black journalists.
Association of Information Technology Professionals
Contact: Dave Holbrook / Advisor: Dr. John Seydel
Purpose: Students interested in business technology.
Athletic Training Educational Program Club (ATEP)
Contact: Adam Norman / Advisor: Amanda Wheeler
Purpose: Promote ASU and Athletic Training by community outreach and attending functions around the nation.
Avian Ecology Club
Contact: Alexander Worm / Advisor: Than Boves
Purpose: To learn and enjoy Avian ecology through field trips and research.
Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM)
Contact: Tyler Hoffpauir / Advisor: Arliss Dickerson
Purpose: The BCM exists to grow students in Christ through connecting to His church and serving His world.
Black Student Association (BSA)
Contact: Nick Clark / Advisor: Jerrod Lockhart
Contact: Seth Jansen / Advisor: Chris Wilson
Purpose: The purpose of the ASU Brass Society is to organize brass events and bring in guest artists to better brass students in the music department.
Brother to Brother (B2B)
Contact: Terry Jenkins, Jr. / Advisor: Niya Blair
Campus Outreach (CO)
Contact: Russ Porter / Advisor: Dr. Shane Hunt
Purpose: To help people develop a relationship with God and grow spiritually.
Contact: Joe Deeter / Advisor: Beth Ballard
Purpose: We offer the opportunity to grow spiritually through the study of God's word, fellowship with other believers, and mission opportunities.
Catholic Newman Center (CNC)
Contact: Mary Ruth Staudt / Advisor: Dr. Anne Grippo
Purpose: The Newman Center is a Christian faith centered organization with a commitment to the students, faculty, and staff of ASU. The Center provides an opportunity for prayer, Eucharist, fellowship, service and social activities.
Contact: Jim Wooley / Advisor: James Alan Decker
Purpose: To prepare and empower students of the faith to live a life of significance and success: impacting their families, the market place, their nations, and their world.
Contact: Sandy Smith / Advisor: Suzette Pickle
Purpose: 6 purposes are: Friendship, Scholarship, High Standards of Personnel, Community Service, Career Development & Campus Activities.
Chinese Christian Fellowship
Contact: Yi Yang Li / Advisor: Dr. Greg Meeks
Purpose: To help Chinese speakers on the ASU campus know and understand Christianity, the Bible, and the Christian life.
Chinese Student Organization (CSO)
Contact: Wentao Zhu / Advisor: Dr. Xiankui Hu
Purpose: To serve Chinese students, exists to help them better adapt to life at ASU. Also, to help carry forward the Chinese culture to American students and any people who want to know more about China.
Christians United for Israel (CUFI)
Contact: Korey Speaight / Advisor: Merrill Catt
Purpose: To advocate a positive message about Israel in aspects involving politics.
Circle K International (CKI)
Contact: Kara Oliver / Advisor: Pradeep Mishra
Circle of Trust
Contact: Summer Jackson / Advisor: Niya Blair
Purpose: Circle of Trust is an organization for African-American female students. We strive to promote academic success, leadership skills, and community service.
Contact: Sarah Seibert / Advisor: Merrill Catt
Purpose: Walnut Street Baptist Church student organization of Arkansas State University created to give studetns an opportunity and avenue to grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ and to reach out to fellow students.
Contact: Brooks Jones / Advisor: Anthony Childress
Purpose: To make known and promote principles of the Republican party on campus and in thegreater Northeast Arkansas community.
Collegiate Farm Bureau
Contact: Dillon Boles/ Advisor: William D Humphrey
Purpose: The voice of the young farmers.
Collegiate Future Farmers of America (CFFA)
Contact: Ben Gander / Advisor: Dr. Kevin Humphrey
Purpose: CFFA makes a positive difference in lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agriculture education.
Criminology, Sociology, & Geography Club (CSG)
Contact: Jessica Middleton / Advisor: Dr. Thomas Ratliff
Purpose: Criminology, Sociology, & Geography Department Club
Delta Christian Waterfowlers Association
Contact: Seth Pinkston / Advisor: Dr. Gauri Guha
Delta Epsilon Iota (DEI)
Contact: Jamyra Prince / Advisor: Brittany Straw
Purpose: Delta Epsilon Iota's mission is to educate members about career development, encourage academic excellence, and promote the principles of dedication, enthusiasm, and initiative in all aspects of campus life.
Delta Sigma Omicron (DSO)
Contact: Yaoska Abaunza / Advisor: Corlisha Presley
Purpose: To promote disability awareness and integration for individuals with disabilities at ASU.
Contact: Tess Wheetley / Advisor: Katie Marsico
Purpose: To unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge and to promote moral and social cultures.
Entrepreneurial and Innovation Club (E&I Club)
Contact: Quinton Marks Advisor: Robert Bahn
Purpose: To bring together the students at ASU who desire to invent, patent, or commercialize new ideas and products. To educate, promote, and inform students on how to protect their intellectual property, patent ideas when appropriate, and network with other like-minded students. To foster entrepreneurship through higher education. To dramatically increase development, prevalence, and success of innovative ideas. To help develop students who go on to operate new and innovative companies and to be prepared to compete worldwide through excellent programs and projects.
Contact: Ashley Young / Advisor: Nathan Wells
Purpose: To enrich the lives of the members involving them in the equine field. The club helps members to become more knowledgeable about equines and to use this knowledge to their advantage.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Contact: Todd Baumgartner / Advisor: Matt Vining
Purpose: Athletic ministry created to bring the Gospel to athletes and coaches.
Contact: Kirsty Hastings / Advisor: Dr. M. Bowman
Purpose: To help nurture and develop an interest in film and filmmaking.
Advisor: Jerrod Lockhart
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to provide the ASU-J student body with information, resources, and opportunities to learn and implement academic strategies that will aid them in being a successful student academically at ASU.
Gamma Epsilon Tau (GET)
Contact: Staci Vandagriff / Advisor: Pradeep Mishra
Purpose: GET is a national co-ed collegiate graphic design fraternity whose main purpose is to allow students of printing, publishing, design, and other graphic oriented majors to meet and interact in both a social and professional atmosphere. Gamma Epsilon Tau provides an important networking path for students to gain industry knowledge and expertise.
Contact: Ella Ellingson / Advisor: Dr. David Agnew
Purpose: We promote locally grown food by providing educational resources to students and the community. We have a garden on Stella Drive and a Hoop house at the farm where we grow food. We contribute produce to the community and sell produce at the ASU Regional Farmers Market. The club is open to students with any major, faculty, and staff.
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
Contact: Logan Keown / Advisor: Kat Carrick
Purpose: The purpose of the Gay-Straight Alliance is to help students and faculty understand the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community. Activities include workshops, weekly meetings, special events, and other educational activities to help build a safer and more tolerant environment for all LGBT students and their allies at Arkansas State University.
Golden Key International Honor Society (GKI)
Contact: Vontia Mitchell / Advisor: Barbara Doyle Jerrod Lockhart
Purpose: Golden Key strives to unlock the potential of each of its members by upholding standards of excellence. Elevated by our three pillars: Academics, Leadership and Service, Golden Key sets the standard for achievement.
Graduate Association of Business Students (GABS)
Contact: Pamela Zotz / Advisor: Dr. C. William Roe
Purpose: To facilitate the professional development of our graduate students in business through mentoring and networking opportunities, contact with professional speakers and exposure to organizational dynamics.
Graduate Student Council
Contact: Usha Ramanathan / Advisor: Dr. Andrew Sustich Dr. Erik Gilbert
Purpose: To serve as a voice of graduate students in ASU-J campus.
Contact: Alex Ditto / Advisor: Tim Crist
Hispanic Outreach & Latino Appreciation (HOLA)
Contact: Kayla Hardy / Advisor: Niya Blair
Purpose: The purpose of HOLA is to foster a sense of community among everyone that has an interest in giving support to Latino/Hispanic culture.
Honors College Association (HCA)
Contact: Jarrod Creameans / Advisor: Jamie Beck
Purpose: HCA is a student organization which brings Honors students together for trips, social and community events and service-learning opportunities.
Indian Student Organization (ISO)
Contact: Shivadarshan Thippes / Advisor: Pradeep Mishra
Purpose: To unite all Indians and help spread our culture to all students on campus.
International Association of Emergency Management (IAEM-USA-ASU)
Contact: Kevin Orick / Advisor: Brent Cox
International Positive Psychology Club
Contact: MC Suchomelly / Advisor: Dr. Irina Khramtsova
Purpose: To promote psychological wellbeing and create a sense of community among students of all nationalities.
International Student Association
Contact: Pratiksha Khadka / Advisor: Melissa Turner
Purpose: To support international students and promote cultural awareness.
Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
Contact: Willis Alexander / Advisor: Brittany Straw Kenneth Wilson
Purpose: Fulfill five principles (Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship, Fidelity, Brotherhood)
Japanese Student Organization (JSO)
Contact: Hiroki Matsuo / Advisor: W.B. Maynard
Purpose: Cross-cultural activity
Jonesboro Ultimate Disc Association (JUDA)
Contact: Chris Burkhart / Advisor: Bruce Johnson
Purpose: Promotion and encouragement of active participation from novice and skilled players in Ultimate from the ASU and Jonesboro communities.
Kappa Alpha Order
Contact: Steven Martin, Jr. / Advisor: Chris Gibson Chris Bundy
Purpose: The philosophy of our Order is that the acquisition of knowledge and the development of character are the great goals of life. Our focus on the cultivation of knowledge manifests itself through academic achievement on campus, growth and success in our careers, and the positive impact we have in the communities where we reside.
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
Contact: Ethan Lewellen / Advisor: AnQuentin Williams
Purpose: Membership is a solemn commitment. To this Fraternity, the maker of the commitment becomes synonymous with the commitment itself. Membership in Kappa Alpha Psi is a lifelong dedication to the ideas and lofty purposes of Kappa Alpha Psi, which considers for membership only those aspirants whose personal, social and academic qualifications are acceptable to both the College and Fraternity. Expectations concerning maturity and dedication are made upon new members and established members alike.
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
Contact: Jackson Troxel / Advisor: Vincent Moreno
Purpose: To be gentlemen and to uphold the principles of Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship and Service.
Kayak and Canoe Club
Contact: Jonathon Wagner/ Advisor: Richard Grippo
Purpose: To promote cooperation and leadership while learning about aquatic systems and their uses, as well sa recreational exercise.
Koren Students Association
Contact: Joonwon Seo / Advisor: Jeongho Ahn
Lambda Chi Alpha
Contact: Nathan Tripod / Advisor: Rian Snell
Purpose: Through our Core Values and ritualistic teachings , Lambda Chi Alpha aims to systematically develop our men by fundamentally shaping who they are, what they know, and what they can do.
Lambda Pi Eta
Contact: Kenneth Corbit / Advisor: Brenda Randle
Purpose: Communication honor society for four year colleges and universities.
Latter-Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA)
Contact: Charles Baclawski / Advisor: Robyn Payne
Purpose: Encourage members to achieve goals, while maintaining a balanced campus life and to encourage members to be an influence for good and provide meaningful service.
League of ASU
Contact: Cody Yates / Advisor: Jake Qualls
Purpose: To provide a positive group environment for ASU students to come together and play League of Legends.
Marine Biology Club
Contact: Jessica Buford / Advisor: Richerd Grippo
Purpose: To promote marine interaction from a landlocked state. The cloun allows its members to demonstrate leadership, volunteer skills, and love of aquatic systems through active participation.
Masters in Social Work Student Organization (MSWSO)
Contact: Ashley Reed / Advisor: Dr. Karen Allen
Purpose: This organization is open to anyone in the Masters in Social Work program at ASU. We strive to extend our resource networks and serve the community while adhering to the NASW Code of Ethics. We have fundraising projects throughout the year and participate in community events.
Middle Level Association (ASU MLA)
Contact: Allison Hampton / Advisor: Dr. Carol Ross
Purpose: The MLA is a group of dedicated educators-to-be that desire to affect a positive change in our college and around the community.
Minorities in Healthcare Professions (MHP)
Contact: Jazmin Martin / Advisor: Candence Williams
Purpose: The purpose of this club is to provide minorities in healthcare fields (doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physician assistants, physical therapists, etc) with resources such as peer mentoring, professional development, volunteering and shadowing opportunities.
Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship (MBSF)
Contact: Dow Griffin / Advisor: Loretta Brewer
Purpose: MBSF offers Christian fellowship, teaching, and accountability. We also promote the advancement of the gospel of Jesus Christ. All students interested are welcome to attend.
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
Contact: Amy Smith / Advisor: John Robertson
National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW)
Contact: Charmaine Cook / Advisor: Patricia Guy Walls
Purpose: NABSW, comprised of people of African ancestry, is committed to enhancing the quality of life and empowering people of African ancestry through advocacy, human services delivery, and research. The purpose of our organization is to provide students with the opportunity to work together as a team and advocate for others.
National Broadcasting Society
Contact:Marcela Tapia / Advisor: Michael Bowman
Purpose: To encourage and reward scholarship and accomplishment among media students.
National History Collections Curation Club (NHC3)
Contact: Kari Harris / Advisor: Travis Marsico
Purpose: The National History Collections Curation Club recognizes the scientific and historical value of biological collections and is dedicated to assisting in the preservation, maintenance and organization of ASU's scientific collections. NHC3 recognizes the opportunity this affords members to gain experience working with museum specimens as well as the benefit provided to the school as a whole by making collections fit for use in scientific works.
National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)
Contact: Kelli Lee / Advisor: John Wright
Purpose: Represent the top 1% of leaders on campus through academics, philanthropy, and recognition.
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)
Contact: My Nguyen / Advisor: Kristie Vinson
Purpose: NSCS exists to elevate and recognize high achievers.
National Society of Leadership & Success (NSLS)
Contact: Dwain Haynie / Advisor: Amber Long
Purpose: To build leaders who make a better world.
National Student Speech, Language & Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
Contact: Kayci Evans / Advisor: Merrill Catt
Purpose: To encourage professional interest among college and university students in the study of normal and disordered human communication behavior.
Non-Traditional Student Organization (NTSO)
Contact: Yaoska Abaunza / Advisor: Niya Blair
Purpose: The purpose of NTSO is to advocate and support the success of non-traditional students at ASU.
Occupational Therapy Student Association
Contact: Molly Gibson / Advisor: Susan Hanrahan
Purpose: Provide a place for interested students to gather and learn more about the career of OT, the admission process for the OT program for differnt surrounding schools, discover various career opportunities, as well as interact with other OT students.
Omega Psi Phi, Inc.
Contact: William Blair / Advisor: Dr. Lonnie Williams
Purpose: Omega Psi Phi is a unique group of men that encourage high standards, community service and assist in the building of character and leadership development among men.
Organization for Graduate Counseling Students
Contact: Michael J. Gray / Advisor: Lacy Crumrine
Purpose: The purpose of this organization shall be to provide for graduate counseling students a forum for expressing and addressing their unique concerns and to encourage and support continuing education via the sponsorship of educational events, social gatherings, fund-raising, and the exchange of research, assessment, and curriculum materials.
Contact: John Bolding / Advisor: Dr. Patricia Walls
Purpose: The purpose of Phi Alpha, the National Society of Social Workers, is to provide a closer bond among students of social work and promote humanitarian goals and ideals.
Phi Alpha Theta
Contact: Zachary Elledge / Advisor: Dr. Laquita Saunders
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to promote the scholarly work of pre-professional historians.
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)
Contact: Brett Harris / Advisor: Dr. Philip Tew
Purpose: Future Business Leaders of America-Phe Beta Lambda is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) education association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the post-secondary division of Future Business Leaders of America. If you are interested in developing leadership, communication, and team skills or simply looking for an organization to meet and network with others at the local, state, or national levels; PBL is the organization for you.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Contact: LJ Jones / Advisor: Adonis Thompson Anthony Davis
Purpose: Brotherhood, Scholarship & Service
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity
Contact: Tyler Fields / Advisor: Dr. Dale Miller
Purpose: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity is a social music fraternity. Our objective is "the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit, the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in America, and loyalty to the Alma Mater."
Contact: Justin Roberts / Advisor: Dr. Jacob Caton
Purpose: (None provided)
Physical Therapy Student Association (PTSA)
Contact: Ashley Morgan / Advisor: Dr. Roy Alridge Jr.
Purpose: PTSA offers the opportunity to network with other students, faculty, staff and alumni of the Physical Therapy Department through tailgates, fundraisers, service opportunities and other special events.
Pi Kappa Alpha
Contact: Nick Byrd / Advisor: Tim O. Brown, 870-930-7605
Purpose: Pi Kappa Alpha is dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience.
Contact: Barrett Kelley / Advisor: Dr. Lauren Schack Clark
Purpose: To promote performance and the appreciation of piano music, and to encourage attendance at recitals and classes.
Ping Pong Club
Contact: Dallas Paine / Advisor: Jie Miao
Purpose: The objective of the Ping Pong Club is to bring people together to meet, learn, and to play ping pong.
Plant and Soil Science Club (PSSC)
Contact: Daniel McCormick / Advisor: Dr. Kim Pittcock
Purpose: To bring students together for social and professional reasons, all students who are interested in agronomy and horticulture.
Pre-Law Club (ASUPLC)
Contact: Erika Bozarth / Advisor: Dr. Hans Hacker Dr. Laquita Saunders
Purpose: The purpose of our organization is to assist students in the law school application process, reach out to state and local bar association, and to provide community service and enrichment opportunities.
Contact: Anna Fagan / Advisor: David and Diane Gilmore
Purpose: The purpose of this organization shall be to serve students interested in a career in vision care by providing information on professional schools and clinical practice; as well as performing community service.
Pre-Professional Club (ASU PPC)
Contact: Savannah Lancaster / Advisor: Ronald Johnson
Purpose: To provide opportunities to educate students pursuing a professional degree in the medical field by bringing in guest speakers and participation in philanthropic events.
Contact: Madison Duff / Advisor: Dr. Bill Humphrey
Purpose: Our goal and purpose of the Pre-Veterinary Club is to maintain and increase the interest of college students pursuing the pre-professional course of study in veterinary medicine.
Contact: Noel Miller / Advisor: Shelley Gipson
Purpose: Encourages the practice of print making through educational projects, exhibitions, workshops, and conferences.
Psychology & Counseling Club
Contact: Levoria Seals / Advisor: Dr. Karen Yanowitz
Purpose: To encourage and stimulate interests in the academic disciplines of psychology and counseling among students.
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
Contact: Markey Boeckmann / Advisor: Lisa Moskal
Purpose: PRSSA networks your future through professionals.
Contact: Ryan Broadhurst / Advisor: Dr. Brian Church
Purpose: reCreate is a movement of Gospel communities on mission who hang out/do life together (reCreation) and who make disciples in order to bless (reCreate) the ASU campus, students, staff, and faculty for the good of others and the glory of Jesus. Our communities are open to followers of Jesus and ANY interested in learning about Him and His ways.
Red Cross Club
Contact: Hannah Raines / Advisor: Brad Holloway
Purpose: To provide local disaster response and other activities of the American Red Cross.
Red Wolf Radio
Contact: Japhanie Gray/ Advisor: Larz Roberts
Purpose: To give students real-world experience in radio. RWR is open to all A-State students, not just those in the College of Communication
Red Wolf Ultimate Club (RWU)
Contact: Dylan Travis / Advisor: Dr. Andy Mooneyhan
Purpose: The purpose of the Red Wolf Ultimate Club is to advance the sport of Ultimate at Arkansas State University (specifically at the competitive collegiate level) and to compete in the USAU college season each spring.
Red Wolves Cricket Club
Contact: Divya Patel / Advisor: Pradeep Mishra
Red Wolves Quidditch Team (RWQT)
Contact: Taylor Machen / Advisor: Marcus Tribbett
Purpose: To bring about the great sport of Quidditch to Arkansas State University.
Red Wolves Shooting Sports
Contact: James Wray / Advisor: Gauri-Shankar Guha
Purpose: The purpose of this organization is to educate its members and help them enjoy the sport of trap shooting, skeet, and sporting clay.
Residence Hall Association
Contact: Charmaine Foster / Advisor: Nadia Eslinger
Purpose: Residence Hall Association (RHA) is committed to representing and serving the ASU community by creating programs, encouraging leadership, and inspiring change.
Rho Alpha Sigma
Contact: Jameson McFadden / Advisor: Kelly Ponder
Purpose: To promote the recognition of the outstanding efforts of the top 10 percent of RAs, to encourage excellence in performance of the RA position, to promote teh Student Affairs prfession amongst the most skilled RAs.
Contact: Katey Campbell / Advisor: TJ Eakins
Purpose: The purpose of this club is to support the ASU Rodeo Team.
Saudi Students Club
Contact: Mohammed Almistadi / Advisor: Dr. Glauco Ortolano
Purpose: To support Saudi students at ASU and organize Saudi cultural events.
Scarlet Chess Club
Contact: James Agnew / Advisor: Gregory Hansen
Purpose: The Scarlet Chess Club meets for those interested in playing and promoting the game of chess. We teach new players and offer pointers to experienced chess players. Plans are also in place for a chess tournament.
Contact: John Agnew / Advisor: Tim Crist
Sigma Alpha Iota
Contact: Cara Nealey / Advisor: Dr. Lauren Schack Clark
Purpose: To form chapters of women college students and alumnae who have a sincere interest in music. To uphold the highest standards of music. To further the development of music in America and throughout the world. To give inspiration and encouragement to members. To organize the cultural life of Sigma Alpha Iota members as a contributing factor to their educational growth. To support the ideals and goals of the member's Alma Mater. To adhere to the highest standards of citizenship in school, community and fraternity life.
Sigma Alpha Lambda (SAL)
Contact: Daryel Harris / Advisor: William Rowe
Purpose: A national leadership and honors organization dedicated to developing the individual and serving our campus and our community.
Contact: Tanner Moore / Advisor: Brad Wimpy
Purpose: Sigma Chi’s core values are friendship, justice and learning. Our vision is to become the preeminent collegiate leadership development organization — aligned, focused and living our core values. Our mission is to develop values-based leaders committed to the betterment of character, campus and community.
Contact: Logan Howard / Advisor: Rick Marshall
Purpose: Maintain a fellowship of kindred mind united in brotherhood, to advance truth & justice, to promote scholarship, to encourage chivalry, to diffuse culture, and to develop character.
Society for Human Resource Management
Contact: Christyn Bales / Advisor: Dr. Faye Cocchiara
Purpose: SHRM is the nation's largest and most influential association of human resource professionals. ASU's award-winning student chapter members participate in various academic and civic activities and network with HR professionals throughout the northeast Arkansas region to increase their opportunities for finding gainful employment after graduation.
Society of Women Engineers
Contact: Stephanie Saenz / Advisor: Leah J Walker
Purpose: The Society of Women Engineers is a non-profit, educational, service organization dedicated to making known the need for women engineers and encouraging young women to consider engineering education.
Special Olympics College
Contact: Karla Norton / Advisor: Valarie Hilson
Purpose: SO College connects students and individuals with intellectual disabilities through sports to build friendships and help lead the social justice movement of Special Olympics. The organization is dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities and building a more accepting and inclusive world for all.
Sport Management Club (SMC)
Contact: Keith Linder / Advisor: Dr. Claudia Benavides
Contact: Ashley Middleton/ Advisor: Jarrod Lockhart
Purpose: To promote Jesus in a non-traditional way. This campus ministry's purpose is to meet college students on their level and discuss how to maintain balance in their spiritual life during their college life.
Student Activities Board
Contact: Amber Ray / Advisor: Natalie Eskew
Purpose: Student Activities Board (SAB) plans, promotes, and facilitates on campus programming for Arkansas State University.
Student Association of Clinical Laboratory Professionals (SACLP)
Contact: Dylan Carter / Advisor: William Payne
Purpose: SACLP strives to create a positive image of the Clinical Laboratory Sciences program and profession through providing members with opportunities to participate in continuing education and volunteer work in the community.
Student Association of Radiologic and Imaging Sciences - Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SARIS-DMS)
Contact: Kaylee Gray / Advisor: Amber Wooten
Purpose: To promote the science of medical imaging and radiation therapy and worthy projects in the community and to advance the professional development of students in diagnostic medical sonography education.
Student Association of Radiologic and Imaging Sciences - MRI emphasis (SARIS-MRI)
Contact: Reid Shelton / Advisor: Donna Caldwell
Purpose: This organization consists of current MRI program students interested in networking, continuing education, and community service outside of the classroom. Students also compete in the RT Quiz Bowl Competition.
Student Conduct Board
Contact: Annie Everett / Advisor: Patience Bartunek
Purpose: The SCB is proactive and reactive to student conduct issues through presentations on policies and serving as a hearing body for ASUJ when cases are delegated by the office of Student Conduct.
Student Government Association
Contact: D'Andre Anderson / Advisor: Martha Spack
Purpose: To serve as the official voice of the student body.
Student Nurses' Association (SNA)
Contact: Kristen Lindeman / Advisor: Lance Wilcox
Purpose: To aid in the development of the nursing student, his/her professional role, and his/her responsibility for the healthcare of people in all walks of life.
Student Nutrition and Dietetic Association (SNDA)
Contact: Bre'Anna Taylor / Advisor: Kelly Tidwell
Purpose: It is the mission of the ASU Student Nutrition and Dietetic Association to prepare students to be respectful, responsible, and accountable for education in nutrition while increasing community awareness about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
Student Social Work Organization - Undergraduate Level (SWO)
Contact: Tonya Huckabee / Advisor: Donna Parker
Purpose: To bring together bachelor-level social work students to better the surrounding agencies and community.
Student United Way
Contact: Jade Collins / Advisor: Dr. Shane Hunt
Purpose: The Student United Way of ASU is dedicated to serving the local community by giving, advocating, and volunteering in the areas of education, income and health while allowing members to grow as leaders and connect with the community.
Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD)
Contact: Hillary Rodney / Advisor: Chris Harper
Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP)
Contact: JJ Thompson / Advisor: Dr. Richard Wang
Purpose: To ignite and sustain conversations about the war on drugs and treatment based alternatives to incarceration.
Tributary Publishing Society
Contact: Mark Lovins / Advisor: Rick Lott
Purpose: To publish and promote a literary journal composed of material produced by A-State students.
Up til Dawn
Contact: Carrie Murrey / Advisor: Gail Hudson
Purpose: Raise awareness for St. Jude Children's Hospital
United Voices Gospel Choir
Contact: Denesha J. Roberts / Advisor: Sandra Thigpen-Smith
Purpose: The purpose of United Voices shall be to minister the word of God to the campus and the surrounding community.
Contact: Crist Blackwell / Advisor: Dr. Christopher Wilson
Purpose: To be an open and welcoming group of students who want to share God's love and message with our fellow students.
Village Tenant Association
Contact: Jessica Hardison/ Advisor: Kelly Ponder
Purpose: To impact and enrich our communities by providing essential support for education, philanthropy and leadership.
Contact: Shelby Walker / Advisor: Katey Provence
Purpose: Providing the Arkansas State University a place to serve, learn, and #makeastAtement by partnering with nonprofits and promoting social justice.
We Are the Future
Contact: Lakaria McFadgon / Advisor: Carmen Lanos Williams
Purpose: Enlighten the future generation of Christ.
Contact: Eric Van Meter / Advisor: Russ Hannah
Purpose: Wesley is a Christian campus ministry affiliated with the United Methodist Church.
Wildlife and Fisheries Society
Contact: Justin Roberts / Advisor: Thomas Risch
Purpose: This organization is passionate about wildlife and fisheries; tries to increase knowledge while building contacts and having fun. Anyone who loves nature may join.
WOLFLIFE Campus Ministry
Contact: Bekah Hickman / Advisor: Chris Buxton Gail Hudson
Purpose: WOLFLIFE Campus Ministry exists to help A-State students move closer to God through a relationship with Jesus. Our events are built around mentoring, teaching, relationship building, and service. The name "WOLFLIFE" comes from a combination of the ASU mascot (Red Wolves) and the true, overflowing life that comes through Christ.
Young Democrats (ASUYD)
Contact: Cody Jackson / Advisor: Steve Rockwell
Young Investors (ASYI)
Contact: Leah Chancellor / Advisor: Patricia Robertson
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Contact: Marchelle Perkins / Advisor: Aja Oslen
Purpose: To exemplify scholarship, community service, sisterly love, and finer womanhood.
Zeta Tau Alpha
Contact: Allyson Freeman / Advisor: Lisa Golden
Purpose: The purpose of Zeta Tau Alpha is the intensifying of friendship, the fostering of a spirit of love, the creating of such sentiments, the performing of such deeds, and the molding of such opinions as will be conducive to the building up of a purer and nobler womanhood in the world.