Contact: Anna Mae Roemer / Advisor: Judy Reed
Purpose: To assist accounting club members in their future endeavors and provide resources for growth in the business world.
African Students Association (ASA)
Contact: Nennina Etafelle / Advisor: Dr. Rejoice Addae
Purpose: to promote cultural diversity, by attracting more African students to A-State. Our goal is to facilitate the social integration of African students in the A-State and Jonesboro communities. We aspire to support each other to become active members of the Jonesboro community while sharing our cultural treasures. Any African or sympathizer of Africa can be a member of the organization.
Contact: Anna Mae Roemer / Advisor: Dr. Bert Greenwalt
Purpose: To enrich and provide agribusiness students with opportunities for growth, networking, and fellowship within the agriculture industry.
Alpha Gamma Delta
Contact: Cameron Hafner / Advisor: Jessica Baker
Purpose: To impact and enrich our communities by providing essential support for education, philanthropy and leadership.
Alpha Gamma Rho
Contact: Dace Lee / Advisor: James Hager
Purpose: National Agriculture Fraternity with a focus on making better men.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Contact: Kennedi Jackson Advisor: Eboni Allen
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 Lambda Delta
Contact: Olivia Ford / Advisor:Kelli Listenbee
Purpose: to recognize and celebrate academic excellence for first-year students
Alpha Omicron Pi
Contact: Madison Dixon Advisor: Geena Hopper
Purpose: "Women Enriched through Lifelong Friendship"
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Contact: Blake Moore / Advisor: Brodrick Johnson & Adrian Everett
Purpose: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.
Alpha Psi Omega
Contact: Kori Denison / Advisor: Claire Abernathy
Purpose: to acknowledge those demonstrating a high standard of accomplishment in theatre.
Alpha Tau Omega
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 Chemical Society (ACS)
Contact: Shealyn Chestnut Advisor: Dr. Hashim Ali
Purpose: To provide an environment where chemistry students and related majors can meet those in similar fields. This organization also strives to instill a sense of professionalism and pride while stimulating people’s interest in the sciences.
American Concrete Institution (ACI)
Contact: Ryan Williamson Advisor: Zahid Hossain
Purpose: To provide a platform for civil engineering and related majors to meet and share concrete technology and network with professional engineers and ready mix producers.
American Fisheries Society (A-State)
Contact: Rachael Mayeaux Advisor: Brook Fluker
Purpose: To promote conservation, development and wise us of fisheries; gather and disseminate to A-State AFS members and the general public scientific, technical, and other information about fisheries science and practice through, workshops, outreach and other forms of communication; and encourage the teaching of fisheries science and practice in colleges and universities, and the continuing education and development of fisheries professional,
American Institute of Graphic Artists (AIGA)
Contact: Serena Finley/ 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: Paige Leissner / Advisor: Jason Stewart
Purpose: ACE stands at the forefront of a profession that plans, designs, constructs and operates society's economic and social engine while protecting and restoring the natural environment.
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
Contact: Jacob G Johnson / Advisor: Dr. David Jeong
Purpose: Developing the skills and the contacts needed to be excellent in the Engineering field.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Contact: William Rigsby / Advisor: Dr. Shivan Haran
Purpose: Promotes the art, science, and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe.
Contact: Sarah Kinnision / Advisor: Dr. Robert Lamm
Purpose: To discuss and watch anime and related materials.
Apostolic Student Organization (ASO)
Contact: Thomas McCall / Advisor: Dr. Mary Jackson Pitts
Purpose: Students who are searching for the will of God on our campus with the goal of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the love of our Savior.
Arab Student Association
Contact:Rania Wahi / Advisor: Hashim Ali
Purpose: To create a sense of community amongst Arab students. Whether you come from the Middle-East, or from Africa, you are welcome to join. We want to be a form of support whether it would be moral, educational or anything.
Contact: Paige Brewer/ Advisor: Spencer Bradley
Purpose: To bring together students, faculty and staff who are passionate about archery. With the stress and pressure of a rigorous academic pursuit, archery can be the perfect outlet for students and employees alike. We invite all skill levels to participate.
Art Education Club
Contact: Seth Stapleton / Advisor: Susan Whiteland
Purpose: The purpose of the Art Education Club is to promote art in education on every level.
Association for Computing Machinery
Contact: Roth In / Advisor: Jason Causey
Purpose: We are a student-run chapter of the world's largest computing organization. Our goal is to provide a fun and informative environment for all students interested in computer science and technology.
Association of Middle Level Educators (AMLE)
Contact: Emery Steele / Advisor: Dixie Keyes
Purpose: We are a group of midlevel education students determined to provide support to individuals who are passionate about education.
A-State CNC (Catholic Newman Center)
Contact: Ashley Roberson / Advisor: Dan Holland
Purpose: The Newman Center is a Christian faith centered organization with a commitment to the students, faculty, and staff of A-State. The Center provides an opportunity for prayer, Eucharist, fellowship, service and social activities. We also offer Sunday Mass at 5:30 PM in our sanctuary located across Johnson Avenue from the Student Activity Center.
A-State Educators Rising Collegiate Chapter
Contact: Savannah Sharp / Advisor: Joanna Grymes
Purpose: A national organization with a mission to cultivate a new generation of highly skilled educators by guiding young people on a path to their teaching careers.
A-State Leadership Council (ASLC)
Contact: Alex Pink / Advisor: Bekah Hickman
Purpose: Provides a platform for presidents and vice-presidents of registered student organizations to collaborate and equips them with the necessary skills to most effectively run their organizations.
A-State Student Chapter of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
Contact: Sarah Kinnison / Advisor: Amanda Lambertus
Purpose: To support the learning and research of undergraduate and graduate studies in mathematics and related fields.
A-State Trumpet Guild (ATG)
Contact: Jeremiah Hendrix/ Advisor: Nairam Simoes
Purpose: To bring the importance and impact of trumpet music to Arkansas State and enable its members to expand their creativity through travel and performance opportunities.
Contact: Jacey Davis/ Advisor: Galen Perkins
Purpose: ASU-TV is an organization for any A-State student interested in a career in media. ASU-TV gives students numerous professional and academic opportunities both on and off campus, in subjects such as multimedia journalism, creative media production and sports production.
Avian Ecology Club
Contact: Cayce Guy/ Advisor: Than Boves
Purpose: A club for students interested in Avian Ecology, with aims of gaining experience in the field and lab. Students are encouraged to attend scientific conferences, as well as educate the community about birds.
Bangladeshi Student Organization
Contact: Abu Sayed Mohammad Akid / Advisor: Dr. Zahid Hossain
Facebook: Bangladeshi Students Organization BSO at Arkansas State University
Purpose: to unite all students from Bangladesh and of Bangladeshi origin at A-State and promote friendship and understanding among the students and community members, to keep the culture and arts of Bangladesh alive in our heart organizing various events, and to extend all possible assistance to the prospective Bangladeshi students coming to the university.
Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM)
Contact: Jessie Vaughn/ Advisor: Tyler Hoffpauir
Purpose: The BCM exists to see A-State students in a thriving relationship with God, helping others in their faith journey, and leveraging their lives and careers for the Gospel.
Black Student Association (BSA)
Contact: Giana Mckinney / Advisor: Joycelynne Williams
Purpose: BSA Seeks to promote university spirit, academic achievement and cultural enrichment.
Brother 2 Brother (B2B)
Contact: Christopher Crutchfield/ Advisor: Taron Robinson
Purpose: B2B is a service-based organization focused on the improvement of the retention rate among minority males.
C4: Nettleton Baptist College Ministry
Contact: Allison Groves / Advisor: Hunter McHam
Purpose: To lead college students to live lives characterized by continual worship and complete joy.
Campus Outreach (CO)
Contact: Zach Shipley / Advisor: Dr. Brian Church
Purpose: To help people develop a relationship with Jesus Christ and grow spiritually.
Contact: Jessica Gunnels / Advisor: Taron Robinson
Purpose: Chancellor's Ambassadors serve as hosts to promote Arkansas State through guiding prospective students around campus and in their experience here. They help give information of life here on campus and give a tour to incoming students and their families.
Contact: Tanner Casey / Advisor: Jim Wooley
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: Haylie Hammack / Advisor: Rebekah Craft
Purpose: An intergenerational women’s organization forever committed to our founding purposes: Friendship, Personal Integrity, Service to Others, Academic Excellence and Intellectual Pursuits, Community and Campus Involvement, Personal and Career Development.
Chinese Student Organization
Contact: Xiangting Huang / Advisor: Xian Kui Hu
Purpose: to provide a good social platform for international students so that students can adapt to American culture and environment more easily.
College of Agriculture Ambassadors
Contact: Matthew Blevins / Advisor: Dr. Jacob Manlove
Purpose: The CoAT Ambassadors are committed to promoting the College, including: academic programs, student organizations, and recruiting prospective students.
Contact: Jacob Frey / Advisor: Dr. Paul Finnicum
Purpose: To make known and promote principles of the Republican party on campus and in the greater Northeast Arkansas community.
Collegiate Farm Bureau (A-State CFB)
Contact: John "Buck" Norton / Advisor: Jacob Manlove
Purpose: To enhance agricultural leaders, develop citizenship among participants, provide networking opportunities, educate individuals of the importance of agriculture and how Farm Bureau works as a voice for agriculture through the county and national organization, and to learn the importance and need for community-minded individuals who will lead, teach, and serve as leaders in their community.
Counseling Organization for Graduate Students (CoGS)
Contact: McKenzie Dromgoole / Advisor: Dr. Savannah Cormier
Purpose: To provide graduate counseling students a forum for exploring interests within the field of counseling (e.g. advocacy, play therapy, research) via the sponsorship of psychoeducational events, social gatherings, fundraising, and miscellaneous activities.
Criminology, Sociology, & Geography Club (CSG)
Contact: Sasha Burdsal / Advisor: Averi Fegadel & Della Winters
Purpose: To promote scholarship, foster achievements within the college arena, and increase awareness in the criminology, sociology, and geography disciplines. Any student currently enrolled at A-State and its satellite campuses is eligible for membership. Membership is exclusive to those students declaring a major or minor with the Department of Criminology, Sociology and Geography or a related academic field of study.
Dance Marathon @ A-State
Contact: Carmyn Brown / Advisor: Catherine Beaver
Purpose: To raise funds for Arkansas Children's Hospital and create post-graduate opportunities for students
Delta Sigma Theta
Contact: Autumn Davis / Advisor: Melissa Jackson
Purpose: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. is comprised of three important values, Sisterhood, Service and Scholarship! Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. Our sorority was founded on January 13, 1913 on Howard University campus by 22 collegiate, phenomenal women. Our chapter, Kappa Xi, was founded in 1973 on this campus by 7 driven women!
Delta Tau Alpha
Contact: Marilee Elliott / Advisor: Dr. Bud Kennedy
Purpose: The Honor Society of Delta Tau Alpha (DTA) promotes and recognizes scholarship and leadership accomplishments of agricultural students while emphasizing character development, enhancing undergraduate preparation for professional positions, and joining with other agricultural student's organizations in the promotion of agriculture.
Contact: Gabbi Fife / Advisor: Leslie Rogers
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.
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Class of 2022
Contact: Eden May/ Advisor: Amber Wooten
Purpose: to promote the benefits of ultrasound to our community as a whole. We want to spread the importance of ultrasound within our campus.
Contact: Leah Algee/ Advisor: Dr. Mark Lewis
Purpose: to promote a closer relationship between the A-State Baseball program, students, faculty, alumni, and fans.
Ducks Unlimited (A-State)
Contact: Hunter Hylle / Advisor: Shannon Williams
Purpose: To conserve, restore, and manage wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. The vision of Ducks Unlimited is wetlands sufficient to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow, and forever.
Contact: Katherine Willis / Advisor: John Atrim
Purpose: To promote awareness of the current state of our environmental impact; with an emphasis on protection, conservation, preservation and restoration. Our goal is to educate and empower students concerning how to leave a "green footprint." Student activities include recycle bin management in Residence Halls, campus clean ups, composting, advocating for a more sustainable campus and overall continuous environmental improvement.
Contact: Ciera Kingan / Advisor: Dr. William McGuire
Purpose: we work to educate those with any equine related interests by furthering their knowledge safely and confidently through events held at the Equine center, as well as local and national events. All majors and classifications are welcome and no prior experience with horses is necessary. Our goal is to further your career while also gaining the best memories.
First Baptist Church College Ministry
Contact: Riley Sisson/ Advisor: Ric White
Purpose: To help students connect to God through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and through that relationship, learn to love God, love others, and serve the world.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Contact: Hailey Hawkins / Advisor: Dr. Philip Tew
Purpose: to develop leadership, communication and team skills. It is also an organization for students to meet and network with others at the local, state or national levels. The FBLA academic competitions provide students with what it takes to be successful by covering technology, public speaking, business, finance and management.
Gamma Epsilon Tau (GET)
Contact: Kara Campbell / 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.
Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)
Contact: John David Woolsey/ Advisor: Rachel " Bow" Hendrix
Purpose : To help students and faculty understand the queer community. Activities include workshops, weekly meetings, special events, and other educational activities to help build a safer and more tolerant environment for all LGBTIA+ students and their allies at Arkansas State University.
Graduate Student Council
Contact: David Arnold Advisor: Matthew Hill
Purpose: The GSC serves as the main support organization for graduate students at A-State, provides a forum for graduate students to express their concerns, and advocates for the rights of graduate students. GSC also promotes outstanding leadership, academic achievement, and professional developments among graduate students, and supports research and creative achievement at A-State by providing travel assistance to graduate students so they can present their work at local, national and international conferences.
Hermana y Hermano
Contact: Jennifer Sustaita / Advisor: Nora Bouzihay & Dr. Fabricio Medina-Bolivar
Purpose: Hermana y Hermano is a mentorship program to assist incoming Hispanic & Latina/o/ x students to Arkansas State University in the college transition. This program allows for students (both mentors and mentees) to build leadership, social, academic, and character building skills. The student mentors are able to draw from their collegiate experience to help newer students making the transition to college. This is a mentorship program that has a community service component.
Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Incorporada
Contact: Jennifer Sustaita / Advisor: Nora Bouzihay
Purpose: As Hermanas of Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Inc., our mission is to uphold goals set forth by our thirteen founding mothers. We pledge to formalize, cultivate, and foster bonds amongst each other as sisters and abide by respect, trust, communication, professionalism, and accountability. SIA is a latin based (but not latin exclusive) devoted to serving our community while fostering a sense of pride and respect in our heritage.
Hispanic Outreach & Latino Appreciation (HOLA)
Contact: Dulce Vicente / Advisor: Ana Osorio Hernandez
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 and provide a foundation that will ensure academic, social, and personal success at Arkansas State University.
Contact: Kyra Franks / Advisor: Dr. Ed Salo
Purpose: an academic organization designed to be a platform for students to share in their love of history
Honors College Association (HCA)
Contact: Nathan May / Advisor: Stacey Holmes
Purpose: HCA is a student organization which brings Honors students together for trips, social and community events and service-learning opportunities.
Contact: Kim Phan / Advisor: David Pearlman
Purpose: Students interested in Hospitality and Event Tourism will have fun, attend conferences, obtain access to scholarships, and get experiential opportunities that lead to jobs. HETM students will receive personalized hands-on experiences to build the knowledge and skills necessary to lead others and act as general managers and directors of operations on a system-wide basis.
H.O.W.L. Transition Program
Contact: Emilee Martin Advisor: Dr. Kristin Johnson
Purpose: Provides support to students with autism and/ or intellectual disabilities who may need mentoring, social skills, career planning, and much more. People wanting to join this organization will become a mentor to one of our amazing students and help the students reach all their goals and potential.
IEEE Student Branch at Arkansas State University
Contact: Ben Whitfield / Advisor: Dr. Paul Minor
Purpose: The central purpose of this organization shall be the dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practice of any and all aspects of electrical engineering, electronics, radio, computer science, allied branches of engineering or the related arts and sciences, the furtherance of the professional development of the students, and the endorsement of electrical engineering as a profession.
Impact Student Connect
Contact: Eddron Yarbrough Advisor: LaToya Yarbrough
Purpose:We are looking to help students stay connected to Christ while they are away from home.
Contact: Jonathan Clark Advisor: Jeff McLaughlin
Purpose: to practice, perform, and bring public notice to the performance art of improve while developing principles of Yes and, group mind, following the follower and support, and to apply these principles to both live comedy shows and to life.
Indian Student Organization (ISO)
Contact: Alekhya Yarra Advisor: Pradeep Mishra
Purpose: Educating students on Indian culture and educating Indian students on American culture.
Interdisciplinary Studies Student Association ISSA
Contact: Adyson Jones / Advisor: Courtney Bracy
Purpose: to promote fellowship among a student body seeking individualized degrees of multidisciplinary nature. This fellowship should be fostered through various meetings, events and group discussions.
Contact: Tyler Hickman / Advisor: Alexis Besharse
Purpose: To promote excellence in all aspects of fraternity life and academic pursuits.
International Student Association (ISA)
Contact:Satoshi Kawami / Advisor: Courtney Sears
Purpose: To support international students, promote cultural awareness and enrich the A-State experience through campus activities and events.
Japanese Student Organization (JSO)
Contact: Moriya Kosuke / Advisor: Hideya Koizomi
Purpose: Cross-cultural activities to provide all students opportunities to experience Japanese culture and language.
Contact: Cody Wood / Advisor: Trey Hicks
Purpose: An opportunity for students to learn self defense techniques and strategies.
Journey College Ministry
Contact: Kendal Rogers / Advisor: Andrea Brown and Hannah Beth Copenhaver
Purpose: The vision of Journey College Ministry is to connect with, evangelize, and disciple college students in the Jonesboro community. Our desire is to build personal, meaningful, relationships with college students, helping them to build a foundation in Christ.
Kappa Alpha Order
Contact: Gabriel Martens / Advisor: Calvin Chastain
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: Christopher L. Crutchfield/ Advisor: Robert Johnson
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: Collin Crawford / Advisor: Health Hudspeth & Dustin Rhoads
Purpose: To be gentlemen and to uphold the principles of Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship and Service.
Kinesiology Research Group
Contact: Katherine Shelton Advisor: Eric Scudamore
Purpose: To support research and scientific endeavors in the sport science paradigm, promote health and physical activity in our community, and provide professional growth opportunities for student members.
Korean Student Association
Contact: Hyesun Choi / Advisor: Dr. GwanSeon Kim
Purpose: To bring together Korean students on campus and welcomes any students who are interested in Korean culture and language.
Lambda Chi Alpha
Contact: Joel Gaffney / Advisor: Curtis Baster
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.
Leadership Council (ASLC)
Contact: Tyler Hickman / Advisor: Bekah Hickman
Purpose: To promote a united campus body through building strong relations with campus RSO presidents.
Marine Biology Club
Contact: Paige Brewer/ Advisor: Dr. John Artim
Purpose: To promote marine interaction from a landlocked state. The club allows its members to demonstrate leadership, volunteer skills, and love of aquatic systems through active participation.
Men's Soccer (A-State Club Sport)
Contact: Keigo Kobayashi/ Advisor: Carol Cummings
Purpose: To have an active soccer club representing men's soccer at Arkansas State University.
Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students (MAPS)
Contact: Alexander Veasey / Advisor: Dr. Lorna L. Scaife
Purpose: to represent the undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students of SNMA. Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is committed to supporting current and future underrepresented minority medical students, addressing the needs of underserved communities, and increasing the number of clinically excellent, culturally competent and socially conscious physicians.
Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship (MBSF)
Contact: Lydia Wilson / Advisor: Dow Griffin
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.
Model United Nations
Contact: Ellie Foote / Advisor: Cameron Wimpy
Purpose: to provide students with the opportunity to attend conferences and expand their knowledge of the Unite Nations.
Muslim Student Organization
Contact: Fahad Ali Almuaoweed / Advisor: Mohammad Alam
Purpose: To help the Muslim community for all the new students or even not Muslim students as well. And, we will involve for any celebrations at the AUS in the future.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Contact: Jamal Romes Advisor: Lonnie Williams
Purpose: the mission of the NAACP Youth and College Division shall be to inform youth of the problems affecting African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities; to advance the economic, education, social and political status of African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities and their harmonious cooperation with other peoples; to stimulate an appreciation of the African Diaspora and other people of color's contribution to civilization; and to develop an intelligent, effective youth leadership.
National Association for Music Education (NAFME)
Contact: Sydney Rush Advisor: Dr. Sarah Labovitz
Purpose: To advance music education by encouraging the study and making of music by all.
Natural History Collections Curation Club (NHC3)
Contact: Meghan Hughes / Advisor: Brook Fluker
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 A-State'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 Panhellenic Conference
Contact: Sara Ledesma Advisor: Alexis Besharse
Purpose: The premier advocacy and support organization for the advancement of the sorority experience.
National PanHellenic Council
Contact: T’Nia Washington Advisor: Alexis Besharse
Purpose: To promote unity and expose members to the “service for life” philosophy and foster leadership development and scholarship.
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)
Contact: Samantha Bailey / Advisor: Teresa Clark
Purpose: We are a national, invite only non-profit organization. We instill leadership, service, and academics in our members. We have meetings one a month during the semester, do at least 5 community service/volunteer activities per semester, and more.
National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)
Contact: Abigail Cline / Advisor: Danielle Burke
Purpose: Provides a life-changing leadership program that helps students achieve personal growth, career success, and empowers them to have a positive impact in their communities.
National Student Speech, Language & Hearing Association (NSSLHA)
Contact:Paige McCord / Advisor: Dr. Amy Shollenbarger
Purpose: Success starts with NSSLHA. We inspire, empower and support students in the field of CSD. We give you the tools to navigate your academic career while preparing you for your professional one.
Nepalese Student Organization
Contact: Binaya Chaudhary / Advisor: Dr. Khem Aryal
Purpose: To establish better relationships among Nepalese and other students at A-State and at the same time promote the Nepalese culture and traditions.
Oasis: Pagan and Witch Support Group
Contact: Kara Fraine / Advisor: April Sheppard
Purpose: The mission of Oasis shall be to provide a friendly and open environment to Arkansas State University students who wish to learn about and practice pagan faiths.
Occupational Therapy Student Association (OTSA)
Contact: Emily Magby / Advisor: Todd Sanders
Purpose: to provide education on the wide career options in occupational therapy and to offer awareness for volunteer opportunities in the community within this field.
Omega Psi Phi, Inc.
Contact: Allen Coleman / Advisor: Dr. Lonnie Williams & Willie 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.
Phi Alpha Theta
Contact: Kyra Franks / Advisor: Dr. Joe Key
Purpose: We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. We seek to bring students and teachers together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
Contact: Derrionté Gihvan / Advisor: Ralo Brown
Purpose: To uplift our brothers and live by our three principles of brotherhood, scholarship & service.
Phi Delta Theta
Contact: Nicholas Garcia / Advisor: Marvin Day
Purpose: Helping every individual to meet his true potential is the bedrock of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. By celebrating each person’s true self, and by learning from each other’s strengths while helping to improve each other’s weaknesses, every member of Phi Delta Theta develops into a greater version of himself than he could ever on his own. Rather than try to find young men to mold into some ideal, we celebrate the uniqueness of each individual and, through encouragement, values, example and brotherhood, empower every brother to exceed his personal expectations.
Phi Kappa Phi
Contact: Sarah Hall / Advisor: Amy Pearce
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest, most selective, and most prestigious all-discipline honor society. Standards for election to Phi Kappa Phi are extremely high. Membership is by invitation only to A-State’s top 7.5 percent of second term juniors and the top 10 percent of seniors and graduate students. A-State is home to Chapter #141, founded in 1972. An awards banquet is hosted each Spring and our service projects promote the love of learning.
Contact: Artemis Lock / Advisor: Dr. Jacob Caton
Promotes and allows students to develop critical thinking skills, communication, and gives a platform for those interested in expressing their ideas and thoughts about the world around them.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity
Contact: Jerry Goff / Advisor: Bruce Faske
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."
Physical Education Majors Club
Contact: Maddie Kendrick / Advisor:Mitch Mathis
Purpose: To promote the physical education lifestyle through modeling and giving back to the community through service, participation, and modeling.
Physical Therapy Student Association (PTSA)
Contact: Samantha Cawyer / Advisor: Farley Schweighart
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.
Piano Society (A-State MTNA Collegiate Chapter)
Contact: Madison Betz / Advisor:Dr. Lauren Schack Clark
Purpose: To promote the study and enjoyment of piano music, and to serve as the Student Chapter of Music Teachers National Association and its affiliates, Arkansas State Music Teachers Association and Music Teachers Association of the Delta.
Pi Kappa Alpha
Contact:Connor Young / Advisor: Stuart Carraway & Andy Locke
Purpose: Pi Kappa Alpha is dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience.
Pre-Dental Club (PDC)
Contact: Allison Quick/ Advisor: Robert Shields
Purpose: To provide information and resources to those seeking a career in the dental and dental hygiene field.
Pre-Law Club (PLC)
Contact: Grace Rutledge / Advisor: Dr. Gina Hogue & Dr. Cameron Wimpy
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: Kaitlyn Roberts/ Advisor: David Gilmore
Purpose: We support our members in every way on their journey to become vision care professionals. We want to help them learn about their future career through networking with local optometric professionals, shadowing, opportunities to be paid technicians, and various hands-on activities to provide service to the local community. Our society educates students on successful admission to optometry schools by assisting with the application process and providing opportunities to visit with student recruitment officers from various schools.
Pre-PA Club (APPA)
Contact: Kayla Treasitti/ Advisor: Audrey Folsom
Purpose: To promote the Physician Assistant career as well as prepare students for graduate school. APPA offers unique opportunities that are catered to pre-PA students at A-State to ensure that they are competitive applicants. This organization emphasizes success, networking, leadership, and preparedness.
Contact: Rebecca Smith / Advisor: Dr. Mohammad Abrar Alam
Purpose: To provide resources, opportunities, and support for those pursuing the pharmacy route.
Pre-Professional Club (A-State PPC)
Contact: Matthew Goodwin / Advisor: Dr. Ronald Johnson
Purpose: To prepare Pre-Professional Students for their future by providing opportunities for service, leadership, and meaningful experience.
Pre-Student Osteopathic Medical Association (Pre-SOMA)
Contact: Claire Greene/ Advisor: Dr. Lynn Boyd
Purpose: To promote and inform the public about osteopathic medical education. It is the undergraduate division of the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA).
Contact: / Advisor: Stephanie Pulley
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: Tianna Matthews/ Advisor: Candace Evans
Purpose: Our mission is to be an encouraging Christian organization for girls and young women to seek accountability and sisterhood, but most of all inspiration. A place where real women encourage real women in all aspects of life. We provide bi-weekly Bible studies, community service projects, monthly blogs, and more. We want to provide proof that young followers of Christ can be fashionable, humorous, fun, and exciting. Although we don't belong to this World (John: 15:19), we face the temptations and challenges that living in this world brings. We are by no means perfect, but we have every intention to please a perfect Jesus.
Psi Chi: International Honor Society in Psychology
Contact: / Advisor: Dr. Karen Yanowitz
Purpose: Recognizing and promoting excellence in the science and application of psychology
Contact: Seth Bachman Advisor: Dr. David Saarnio
Purpose: Seeks to promote understanding and education of the psychological sciences through discussions, philanthropy work, and community service.
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
Contact: Kendall Christian / Advisor: Rachel Freeze
Purpose: PRSSA networks your future through professionals.
Red Wolf Radio
Contact: Jacob Keene / Advisor: Larz Roberts
Purpose: To engage students in the world of radio through hands on experience and establish professional relationships with outside media outlets.
Red Wolf Ultimate Club (RWU)
Contact: Ryan Reynolds Advisor: Carol Cummings
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: Mohnish Kumar / Advisor: Pradeep Mishra
Purpose: To promote the sport of cricket at Arkansas State University and to get local community familiar with the sport. Cricket is the second most popular sport in the world.
Red Wolves for Red Wolves
Contact: Alex Parette / Advisor: Chris Thigpen
Purpose: To conserve and protect the endangered American red wolf through outreach, curation and scholarly research.
Red Wolves for St. Jude
Contact: Riley Swafford / Advisor: Bekah Hickman
Purpose: Red Wolves for St. Jude is a student-led, student-run philanthropic program hosted by colleges and universities nationwide that benefits St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Red Wolves Shooting Sports Club
Contact: John Clark/ 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.
Reformed University Fellowship
Contact: Emily Mitchell and / Advisor: Austin Braasch
Purpose: RUF is a Christian community on campus that is seeking to reach students for Christ and to equip them to serve the Church, one another, campus and the world. RUF is a safe place to explore Christianity or grow in your relationship with Jesus.
Contact: Sara Hardin / Advisor: Courtney Sears
Purpose: Rotaract clubs bring together people of all ages to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service.
Sales Leadership Club
Contact: Cazzie Pringle Advisor: Dr. Katie Hill
Purpose: This organization is dedicated to excellence in sales education and advancing the personal selling and sales leadership profession.
Contact: Romia Mays / Advisor: Candance Evans
Purpose: The Scarlet Divas' purpose is to expose A-State's population to the majorette style of dancing.
Scarlet's Chess Club
Contact: Sachleen Singh / Advisor: Gregory Hansen
Purpose: The Scarlet Chess Club meets for those interested in playing and promoting the game of chess through informal games, tournaments and lessons.
School Psychology Student Association
Contact: Chloe Brewster / Advisor: Dr. Kristin Johnson
Purpose: To create a unified School Psychology graduate program that promotes professional leadership, academic achievement, and civic responsibility through the discussion of current issues and topics of School Psychology, in addition to providing information specific to the roles and responsibilities of a School Psychologist.
747 Central College
Contact: Sarah Alexis Roberson / Advisor: Riley Adams
Purpose: we exist to reach college students with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and lead them to become a lifelong disciple-maker in the local church. 747 is a real place with real people, so just be you.
Sigma Alpha-Gamma Epsilon
Contact: Marilee Elliott / Advisor: Jerica Rich
Purpose: a professional agricultural sorority that promotes scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship among its members. Members should strive for achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service to further the development of excellence in women pursuing careers in agriculture.
Sigma Alpha Iota
Contact: / Advisor: Dr. Sarah Labovitz
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.
Contact: Barrett Wrinkles / Advisor: Scott Allman
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.
Sigma Gamma Rho
Contact: Reagan Boone / Advisor: Dr. Cherise Jones-Branch
Purpose: To enhance the quality of life for women and their families in the U.S. and globally through community service, civil, and social action.
Contact: Jared Stuckey / Advisor: Ricky Marshal
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.
Sister 2 Sister
Contact: Roshanna Luster / Advisor: Dr. Evette Allen Moore
Purpose: Sister to Sister (formerly Circle of Trust) is an organization for African-American female students. We strive to promote academic success, leadership skills, and community service.
Society of Automotive Engineers Arkansas State (SAE)
Purpose: to provide its members opportunities to gain broader insight into the engineering profession by sponsoring meetings which will bring practicing engineers to the campus, arranging on-site visits to research and engineering establishments, sponsoring student projects of engineering interest, and participating in local SAE Section activities.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)
Contact: Joel Rogers / Advisor: Rajesh Sharma
Purpose: To increase the communication and visibility of students in technology-related fields through career advancement programs.
Society of Professional Journalists
Contact: Caroline Cherry Averitt / Advisor: Terrance Armstard
Purpose: For more than 100 years the Society of Professional Journalists has been dedicated to encouraging a climate in which journalism can be practiced more freely and fully, stimulating high standards and ethical behavior in the practice of journalism and perpetuating a free press.
Softball (A-State Club Sport)
Contact: Shelby Thornton / Advisor: Carol Cummings
Purpose: Our purpose is to a.) assist students in developing skills and leadership, and b.) provide a fun, safe, and competitive environment for our members to continue playing softball a the collegiate level.
Special Olympics College
Contact: Madison Dixon / 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.
Contact: Faith Island / Advisor: Jerrod Lockhart
Purpose: Our organization's purpose is love! We also desire to help each student get to know and foster a personal relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Student Activities Board
Contact: Cindy Campos / Advisor: Allysa Weaver
Purpose: Student Activities Board (SAB) plans, promotes, and facilitates on campus programming for A-State.
Student Association of Clinical Laboratory Professionals (SACLP)
Contact: Hannah Jackson / Advisor: Claude Rector
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 (SARIS)
Contact: Katelyn Pulliam / Advisor: Kendall Youngman
Purpose: This organization consists of current radiography students interested in networking, continuing education, and community service outside of the MIRS classroom.
Student Association of Radiologic and Imaging Sciences - Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SARIS-DMS)
Contact: Justine Strickland / 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 - (SARIS-MRI)
Contact: Mackenzie Dennis / Advisor: Kendall Youngman
Purpose: This organization consists of current MRI program students interested in networking, continuing education, and community service outside of the MRI classroom.
Student Chapter of the Mathematical Association of America
Contact: Sarah Kinnison / Advisor: Amanda Lambertus
Purpose: To support the learning and research of undergraduate and graduate studies in mathematics and related fields.
Student Conduct Board
Contact: Brandi Caffey / Advisor: Dylan Herekamp
Purpose: The purpose of Student Conduct Board is to be proactive and reactive to student conduct issues through presentations on policies serving as a hearing body for A-State when cases are delegated to them by the Office of Student Conduct. They make decisions regarding responsibility for standards of student conduct violations, and apply sanctions appropriate for students found responsible for such violations. Members strive to be role models and promoters of the campus ethics embodied in the Standards of Student Conduct and in the mission statement.
Student Congress Debate Club
Contact: Somer Shannon / Advisor: Michael Gray
Purpose: to teach students about the legislative process by engage in in mock congressional sessions and participating in local political events. Members will practice parliamentary procedure, learn how to write legislation, participate in team research, and give speeches on various topics. Top members of the team will be selected to participate in a state-wide Student Congress at the Arkansas State Capitol in November.
Student Diversity and Recruitment Organization (A-State)
Contact: Jadacee Glover / Advisor: Taron Robinson
Purpose: focus on the attraction of various minority groups to Arkansas State, as well as making sure these students graduate from A-State. Through personal connections with students and various communities, the improvement of the campus climate, and special events, we are looking to increase the enrollment and retention rate of all minority groups.
Student Government Association
Contact: Carlee Bird / Advisor: Katey Provence
Purpose: To serve as the official voice of the student body.
Student Nurses' Association (SNA)
Contact: Emma Farmer / Advisor: Addie Fleming
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. www.astatesna.org
Student Nutrition and Dietetics Association SNDA
Contact: Elizabeth Harrison Advisor: Eric West
Purpose: to provide a framework for meaningful student involvement and to stimulate interest in the profession of dietetics.
Student Occupational Therapy Association
Contact: Emily Nichols/ Advisor: Dr. Amanda Mohler
Purpose: to foster the personal and professional development of occupational therapy students and interested students who plan to pursue careers and education in Occupational Therapy.
Student Philanthropy Council (A-State)
Contact: Sydney Stauffer / Advisor: Jessica Blackburn
Purpose: The purpose of the Arkansas State University Student Philanthropy Council is to serve A-State by building, cultivating, and sustaining relationships within the A-State community and to educate the student body about the impact and importance of charitable giving while encouraging a culture of philanthropy on campus.
Student Veterans Organization, A-State (ASVO)
Contact: Johnathon A. Mullins / Advisor: Lynda Nash
Purpose: To assist all veterans in transitioning from boots to books. Additional services are also available.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Contact: Matthew Pulscher / Advisor: John Hall & Jerry Halsell & Felix Bishop
Purpose: Our mission is to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life. Tau Kappa Epsilon creates lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success.
Tennis Club (A-State)
Contact: Derek Converse / Advisor: Amy R. Pearce
Purpose: A-State Tennis Club allows students, faculty, and staff an opportunity to use and enjoy the tennis courts on campus. We also promote tennis throughout the campus and community as a life-long sport. The A-State Tennis Club is a community of fellow tennis enthusiasts at all levels of skill and experience that helps players improve in the sport.
Contact: Rebecca Robinson / Advisor: Sandra Combs
Purpose: Independent student newspaper informing the campus and community since 1921.
The Neil Griffin Veritas Society
Contact: Kristina Garlington / Advisor: Mark Lewis
Purpose: To assist and encourage students who plan to attend law school as well as those with a general interest in law. All students are welcome to participate in our organization but we will focus primarily on Neil Griffin College of Business law students.
Contact: Brooke Hazelwood / Advisor: Kerri Bennett
Purpose: The Tributary is an annual literary magazine focused on publishing student works of poetry, prose and art in order to highlight the creative diversity of Arkansas State University's student body.
The Wildlife Society
Contact: Samantha Burnett / Advisor: Than Boves
Purpose: Founded in 1937, the organization's mission is "To inspire, empower, and enable wildlife professionals to sustain wildlife populations and habitats through science-based management and conservation." The Wildlife Society enhances our members' networking and learning opportunities, professional and career development, and provides numerous ways for them to get more involved in creating a better future for wildlife and their habitats.
Turning Point USA (TPUSA)
Contact: William D. Silas/ Advisor: Morgan Weatherly
Purpose: Educate students about the importance of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and limited government. Through non-partisan debate, dialogue and discussion, Turning Point USA believes that every young person can be enlightened to true freedom.
United Voices Gospel Choir
Contact: Travis D. Moore / Advisor: Sharon Lee
Purpose: The purpose of United Voices shall be to minister the word of God to the campus and the surrounding community.
United Way (A-State)
Contact: Abbi McBroome / Advisor: Bekah Hickman
Purpose: A-State Student United Way shall serve local community (1) by giving, advocating, and volunteering in the areas of education, income, and health, (2) helping members and other students grow as leaders and connect to the community, and (3) building lasting relationships amongst members and with the United Way movement.
University Heights Lions Club Branch
Contact: Kaitlyn Roberts / Advisor: Robert Bahn
Purpose: To bring together students at ASU-Jonesboro who desire to become student members of Lions International and work with the parent club, the Jonesboro University Heights Lions Club.
Vietnamese Student Association
Contact: Hoa Le Advisor: Thillainatarajan Sivakumaran
Purpose: To bring Vietnamese and other students together and promote the Vietnamese culture and traditions.
Contact: Madeleine Volner / Advisor: Bekah Hickman
Purpose: Providing the Arkansas State University community a place to serve, learn, and #makeastAtement by partnering with nonprofits and promoting social justice.
Walnut Street Baptist Church-College
Contact: Kylee Overturf / Advisor: Randy Nelson
Purpose: That every member would be Spirit-filled believers using their gifts and abilities for the edification of the church and the evangelization of the world.
Director: Jenny Strano/ Advisor: Dennis Ellzey
Purpose: Our mission at the Wesley Foundation of Arkansas State is to be an intentional campus community of faith seeking to become followers of Jesus Christ equipped to lead, learn, and love.
Director: Alex Parette/ Advisor: Than Boves
Purpose: To inspire, empower, and enable wildlife professionals to sustain wildlife populations and habitats through science-based management and conservation.
WOLFLIFE Campus Ministry
Contact: Ryan Reynolds/ Advisor: Lane Luttrell
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 A-State mascot (Red Wolves) and the true, overflowing life that comes through Christ. www.asuwolflife.org
Women In Science
Contact: Kayla Treasitti / Advisor: Dr. Virginie Rolland
Purpose: To honor the accomplishments of women past and present in the fields of science and to encourage the growth of young women in STEM career fields.
Women's Leadership Center
Contact: Lauren Fry / Advisor: Dr. Patricia Robertson
Purpose: The Women's Leadership Center is committed to cultivating confident and capable young girls and women committed to setting and achieving high goals on their paths to college and careers.
Word Baptist Church
Contact: Peyton Wright / Advisor: Aaron Flake
Purpose: The purpose of our organization is to help college students love God, be equipped by the church, and then to impact the world.
Contact: Emily Peters / Advisor: Cara Sullivan
Purpose: a student-led coalition on campus committed to: engaging students at A-State in the democratic process, educating students about the effects of policies, and empowering students to be better advocates in letting their voice be heard.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Contact: Chelsea Taylor / Advisor: Sharon Brown
Purpose: To exemplify scholarship, community service, sisterly love, and finer womanhood.
Zeta Tau Alpha
Contact: Lynsey Powers / Advisor: Kayla Gibeault
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.