Student Organizations - Alphabetical

Alphabetical List

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Accounting Club

The purpose of the accounting and Business Club is to encourage growth and academic excellence, as well as bring a closer relationship among those who are business and accounting majors.

Contact: Bernadette Lonzanida, (580) 581-7990

Aggie Club

FFA Agriculture EducationThe Aggie Club produces a wide variety of events that are fun for everyone. With club headquarters on the 2nd floor of South Shepler, the Aggie Club is built on tradition, hard work, fun, and friendliness.

Contact: Leon Fischer, (580) 581-2882

Aggie Outreach

The purpose of Aggie Outreach is the enable CU students, Faculty, and staff to act as a catalyst for change by coordinating student driven volunteer opportunities and to develop education programming which seeks to raise awareness about issues affecting the community.

Contact: John Morris, (580) 581-2329

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Alpha Kappa Alpha is a social sorority. High individual and collective achievement through scholarship and service is the hallmark of AKA.

Contact: Tiffany Hamilton, (580) 581-2320

Alpha Phi

Alpha PhiAlpha Phi is a social sorority. The chapter's main goals are to encourage betterment of self and surroundings, provide sisterhood, and support philanthropies, endeavors and activities at Cameron University.

Contact: Lisa Jones, (580) 581-2352

 

Alpha Phi Alpha

Alpha Phi AlphaAlpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.

Contact: Davison Virgil, (580) 581-2373

Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice)

Alpha Phi Sigma (Criminal Justice)The purpose of Alpha Phi Sigma is to promote scholarship among criminal justice students, keep members abreast of advances in the field and elevate ethical standards.

Contact: Karin Dudash, (580) 581-8093

 

 

Alpha Psi Omega (Theatre)

Alpha Psi Omega works to stiumulate interest in the theatre activities at CU.

Contact: Eric Abbot, (580) 581-2815

Alpha Sigma Phi

Alpha Sigma PhiPurpose: To Better the Man through the creation and perpetuation of brotherhood founded on the Values of character: Silence, Charity, Purity, Honor, and Patriotism. 

Contact: Dr. Jeff Seger, (580) 591-8035

American Chemical Society

The American Chemical Society fosters the advancement of science and service to society, provides opportunities for keeping abreast of scientific developments and literature, aids in briding the gap between scientific discovery and public enlightenment, gains ideas of various opportunities for study and work in the field of chemistry, and provides students with informational literature.

Contact: Dr. Ann Nalley, (580) 581-2889

American Marketing Association

The Cameron University chapter of AMA is dedicated to inspiring action, enhancing personal and professional growth, building confidence, and infusing passion in a collegial and productive teamwork enviroment. The group partners with local businesses to integrate experiential learning in marketing related activities and works to prepare students to become industry leaders, brand themselves in the community, and differentiate themselves in a competitive marketplace.

Contact: Dr. Theresa Billiot, (580) 581-2805

AITP

Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)

AITP allows students who have an interest in data processing and information systems to share their ideas and talents with others. They meet with professionals in the data processing field, tour data processing facilities and explore career possibilities.

Contact: Dr. Muhammad Javed, (580) 581-2846

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Baptist Collegiate Ministries

The BCM, located just east of the campus, offers a Christian atmosphere with opportunities for worship, fellowship, leadership development and much more.

Contact: Rick Lowe, 581-2981 or Baptist Collegiate Ministries, (580) 353-4197

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Beta Beta Beta (Biology)

Beta Beta Beta (Biology)Tri Beta is an honorary society which provides fellowship for biology students and promotes interest in graduate and professional studies.

Contact: Dr. Mike Husak, (580) 581-2374

 

 

Biology Club

The Biology Club provides fellowship for biology students, as well as those individuals interested in biological sciences.

Contact: Ron Gaines, (580) 591-8001

Black Student Association

The main objective of the Black Student Association is to celebrate and promote African American culture and to provide an atmosphere to enhance each member's growth - socially, culturally, and individually, in order to produce a more promising future. Membership is open to everyone.

Contact: Dr. John Morris, (580) 581-2329

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Cameron Asian Association

The purpose of the Asian Association is to get students involved in multiculturalism, to plan activities, perform for the campus community and promote unity through understanding.

Contact: Yanjun Zhao, (580) 581-2927

Cameron Association of Magic Players (CAMP)

Contact: Lani Malcolm, (580) 581-6775

Cameron Broadcast Club

The Broadcast Club invites students who are communication majors, and also non-majors, who have an interest in the field of broadcasting, radio or television.

Contact: Steve Adams, (580) 581-2477

Cameron University Botany Club

The CU Botany Club promotes Botany, strives towards educating its members and others about Botany as a science, and conduts meetings and activities that promote the conservation, diversity, and knowledge of plants.

Contact: Dr. Mike Dunn, (580) 581-2887

Cameron University Criminal Justice Association

The Criminal Justice Association is dedicated to the furthering of professionalism and the fostering of assistance and understanding between the community and criminal justice field.

Contact: Deborah Johnson, (580) 591-2490

Cameron University Honors Students Society

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The mission of the Cameron University Honors Students Society is to shape, promote and advance the Cameron University Honors Program by creating a vibrant and intellectually enriching campus environment for honors students.

Contact: Lani Malcolm, (580) 581-6775

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Cameron University International Club

Cameron University International Club is open to all students, providing a forum for discussions of cultural diversity and encouraging the study of different cultures.

Contact: Clara Lundgren, (580) 581-8019

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Cameron University Multimedia Design Club

The Multimedia Design Club prepares students for a professional career in multimedia design by helping them acquire skills and experience.

Contact: Dr. Linda Wright-Smith, (580) 581-5549

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Cameron University Nepalese Association (CUNA)

Promote Nepali culture and traditions and to improve opportunities for Nepali students.

Contact: Sarah Stroud, (580) 581-5598

Cameron University Nigerian Student Association

Strives to foster cultural unity and understanding among the Nigerian community at Cameron University and bring awareness of the Nigerian culture to the larger campus community.

Contact: Dr. Jonathan Odo, (580) 581-2498

Cameron University Pinterest Club

The Pinterest Club shares and creates crafts by means of Pinterest and related craft sites.

Contact: Leslie Cothren, (580) 581-2217

Cameron University Psychology Club

The purpose of the Cameron University Psychology Club shall be to encourage, stimulate, and enhance individuals' interest in the science of psychology.

Contact: Jenel Cavazos, (580) 581-5574

Cameron University Secular Students

Cameron University Secular Students promote and practice the open, rational, and scientific examination of the universe and our place in it. CUSS promotes skeptical inquiry and fosters the acceptance of free thinkers.

Contact: Jenn Castricone, (580) 581-2236

Cameron University Society for Creative Anachronism (CUSCA)

The purpose of the Cameron University Society for Creative Anachronism (CUSCA) is to promote a study of the Medieval and Renaissance eras through research and reenactment of these periods of history.

Contact: Eric Abbott, (580) 581-2815

Chi Lambda Upsilon (Chemistry)

Chi Lambda Upsilon is an organization established to promote the efforts of students in chemistry who are interested in a career in the health services.

Contact: Dr. Gary Buckley, (580) 581-2885

Council for Exceptional Children

Contact: Holly Rice, (580) 581-2322

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Delta Mu Delta (Business)

Delta Mu Delta (Business)Delta Mu Delta is a national honor society which recognizes students who have excelled in the field of business administration. Membership in Delta Mu Delta is available to juniors, seniors and graduate students only.

Contact: Pam Rogers (580) 581- 7994 and Aubree Walton, (580) 581-2853

 

 

Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi is a Professional Fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; encourage scholarship; social activity, and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.  

Contact: Roxanne Gooch, (580) 581-2844

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Health and Physical Education Organization (HPE)

Provides service projects for the community, educates people about ideals and benefits of physical education, provides academic and social activities for its members and promotes unity among those members.

Contact: Tyson Chambers, (580) 581-2286

Health Professions Society

The Health Professions Society will promote student enrichment by sponsoring discussion groups, speakers, exploration opportunities through Southwest Area Health Education Center, mentoring, interview preparation, and community outreach opportunities.

Contact: Jenny Breeden (580) 581-2792

History Club

Contact: Michael Cox, (580) 581-2942

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Interfaith Council

The Inter-Faith Council is a student organization upholding the following goals:

a) To stimulate an academic approach to religion and faith

b) To provide an opportunity for the application of faith to specific campus and community issues.

c) To sponsor efforts designed to reveal the relationship between faith and action.

Contact: Gary Buckley, (580) 581-2885

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Kappa Delta Pi

Kappa Delta PiThe mission of Kappa Delta Pi is to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership, and service. The vision of Kappa Delta Pi is to help committed educators be leaders in improving education for global citizenship. Individually and collectively, society members recognize and honor achievement; strive to a high degree of professional fellowship, leadership, and growth in the field of education; and serve their students and educational community.

Contact: Ramona Hall, (580) 581-2279

Kappa Kappa Psi

Contact: Dr. Jim Lambert, (580) 581-2440

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Magic Lantern

Magic Lantern Film Society

The Film Society is calling all students and potential film buffs, plus occasional movie goers, to experience ten truly classic films each year.

Contact: Dr. John Morris, (580) 581-2626

MathCom

MathCom fosters a wide student interest in mathematics and computer science. It also assists in developing skills and leadership through peer, student, and faculty support.

Contact: Jingshu Zhao, (580) 581-2910

Model United Nations

Contact: Dr. Wendy Whitman-Cobb, (580) 581-6793

Mu Phi Epsilon (Music)

Mu Phi Epsilon (Music)International Music Fraternity purpose is the recognition of scholarship, and musicianship, and the development of a bond of friendship among its members.

Contact: Dr. Greg Hoepfner, (580) 581-2449

 

 

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CU Pride

People Respecting Individuality, Diversity, and Equality (P.R.I.D.E.)

PRIDE provides support and advocacy for all gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and gay-friendly heterosexuals within the university and surrounding communities.

Contact: Jenn Castricone, (580) 581-2236

Phi Sigma Iota (Foreign Languages)

Phi Sigma Iota (Foreign Languages)

Phi Sigma Iota recognizes outstanding ability and attainments in the study and teaching of foreign languages and the promotion of cultural enrichment of international amity derived from the knowledge and use of foreign languages.

Contact: Dr. Teresa Lubrano, (580) 581-2307

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Programming Activities Council (PAC)

Programming Activities Council (PAC)

The purpose of PAC is to provide leadership skills and opportunities for students while creating a successful activities program at Cameron University.

Contact: Megan Canfield, (580) 581-2217

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Psi Chi (Psychology)

Psi Chi (Psychology)

Psi Chi is the national psychology honor society established to promote the field of psychology and to recognize students for their scholastic excellence in the field.

Contact: Jenel Cavazos, (580) 581-5574


R

Rotaract Club of Cameron University

Contact: Arun Tilak, (580) 581-5546

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Sigma Alpha Omega

Providing Christian and campus leadership, sisterhood, spiritual development, service, and love through life in Christ.

Contact: Jennifer Abel, (580) 581-7962

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Sigma Tau Delta (English)

Sigma Tau Delta (English)

Sigma Tau Delta is an English honor society which offers scholarships to its members, supports the Cameron Forum, sponsors lectures and contests, and promotes interest in literature and the English language.

Contact: William Carney, (580) 581-2928.

Sigma Tau Gamma

Sigma Tau Gamma

Sigma Tau Gamma is a social fraternity. The purpose of the fraternity is to help each member improve his skills in the areas of leadership, scholarship, and brotherhood.

Contact: Sean Delcamp, (580) 581-2323


Sociology Club

The Sociology Club promotes an intellectual involvement among the students and provides the opportunity of getting to know others through social gatherings.

Contact: Dr. Su Lee, (580) 581-2945

Student Government Association (SGA)

SGA serves as the student governance vehicle. The Student Government Association represents, leads, and unifies the student body, aids the University in its large purposes of education, and makes recommendations to the administration involving student issues and concerns.

Contact: Zeak Naifeh, (580) 581-2244 - SGA Office: (580) 581-2444

Student Veteran's Association

The Student Veterans Association (SVA) is a group of military veterans and supporters dedicated to supporting military veterans and their families during educational training. 

Contact: Dr. Thom Balmer, (580)-581-2567

Students in Early Childhood Education (SECE)

SECE promotes the development of Early Childhood Education students and provides opportunities for those who are concerned with the well-being of young children.

Contact: Dana Hilbert, (580) 581-2834

Students of the Caribbean Alliance (SOCA)

The mission of SOCA is to create cultural, social, political and historical awareness. SOCA promotes a public awareness of the Caribbean and its people and facilitates the transition of new Caribbean students to Cameron University.

Contact: Vinetta Stanton, (580) 581-2794

www.cameron.edu/soca

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Omega Zeta Theta

Contact: Rebecca Selstad, (580) 581-7957

Phi Alpha Theta

Contact: Michael Cox, (580) 581-2942

Phi Kappa Delta

Contact: Sara Collins, (580) 581-2555

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