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Student Organizations

For a complete list of registered student organizations at A-State please visit the Leadership Center website.

Black Student Association

BSA’s purpose is to develop and encourage university spirit among African American students, and to enhance and improve the cultural and social life of African American students on campus. The organization also serves as a medium between Africa American students, administrators, and faculty and staff. 

Brother to Brother 

B2B provides an avenue to increase graduation rates among minority male students by providing a nurturing environment based on promoting campus connectedness, academic support, character development, and community service to ensure the college success of its minority male students. Brother-to-Brother meets twice a month.

Circle of Trust

COT is a student organization that provides an avenue for retaining minority female students in higher education. The group offers academic and social support, leadership development, and community involvement. The organization also features a mentorship component. COT meets twice a month.

Gay–Straight Alliance

The GSA advocates for equality, provides support, and promotes a better understanding of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning community. The student organization meets twice a month.

Hispanic Outreach & Latino Appreciation

HOLA’s goal is to enhance and support the college experience for the Hispanic student population. HOLA also fosters a sense of community among everyone that has an interest in giving support to Latin culture and providing foundation that will ensure academic, social, and personal success at ASU.

Multicultural Center Ambassadors

The MC Ambassador program is a group of students selected to represent the Multicultural Center by informing the ASU and Jonesboro community about the Center’s services, programs, and initiatives. The ambassadors also help plan and execute events sponsored by the MC.

National Pan-Hellenic Council 

NPHC is a council comprised of nine historically Black Greek letter fraternities and sororities. These organizations focus on community engagement and educational, cultural and social activities. There are seven NPHC fraternities and sororities on ASU’s campus. For more information please visit www.astate.edu/greeklife.