For a complete list of registered student organizations at A-State please visit the Leadership Center website.
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.
Chinese Student Association
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.
Sister to Sister
Sister to Sister is a student organization that provides an avenue for retaining Black women students in higher education. The group offers academic and social support, leadership development, a mentorship component and community involvement opportunities. The groups meets twice a month.
Gender and Sexuality 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.
Hermana y Hermano
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 lota Alpha, Inc
Mission: To uphold the 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. Goals: •To constantly strive towards the expansion of awareness of the Latino culture to our members and the community at large. •To promote sisterhood and leadership amongst ourselves which is the basis of our precious and rare foundation. •To stand for accomplishments, excellence and education among women
Hispanic Outreach & Latino/a/x 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 A-State.
Indian Students Association
Indian Students Association (ISO) is a voluntary, non-profit student organization with the goal of being the primary gateway that connects the Indian community to the A-State mainstream. Although, it primarily aims at helping Indian students, the main focus of the organization is to carry on a strong tradition of spreading awareness of Indian culture and traditions, promoting cultural exchange and embracing diversity among all individuals and communities at Arkansas State University as well as throughout the city of Jonesboro.. All our events are open to all the students on campus.
International Student Association
To support international students and promote cultural awareness.
Japanese Student Organization
Cross-cultural activities to provide all students opportunities to experience Japanese culture and language.
Korean Student Association
To bring together Korean students on campus and welcomes any students who are interested in Korean culture and language.
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.
Muslim Student Association
To serve the needs of Muslim students in ASU and help increase the awareness of the University community about Islam and its beliefs through educational programs thereby promoting knowledge and understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims.
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.
OASIS: Pagan and Witch Support Group
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.
Saudi Student Club
To support Saudi students at A-State and organize Saudi cultural events.
Student Veterans Organization
To assist all veterans in transitioning from boots to books. Additional services are also available.