About Student Activities
The Office of Student Activities seeks to address the needs of the total student by providing opportunities outside of the classroom that will stimulate social and cultural awareness and physical well being. Students have the opportunity to realize their potential through involvement in programs and activities.
Co-curricular participation creates many learning opportunities during the college experience. A great way to get involved is to join a campus organization. There are over 80 campus organizations/clubs. This includes Greek fraternities and sororities, Greek-letter professional and service organizations, community service groups, leadership organizations, academic and honor societies, performance groups, and international and religious-based organizations.
Held once a semester, the Meet Your Campus Organizations Expo is an opportunity for incoming students to meet the leaders of campus organizations and see what each club has to offer.
Intramural / Recreational Sports
Intramural and recreational sports offer a variety of activities for students, faculty and staff that promote a positive and healthy experience. In this area are flag football, powder puff football, basketball, bowling, soccer and other activities. Participation allows for personal growth and achievement.
Students have the opportunity to work out with a fitness trainer every Tuesday and Thursday to enhance a healthier mind and enrich a healthy body.
Student Organization Advisory Representatives - (SOAR)
This institute provides important leadership skills and educational opportunities. It empowers students to become successful and provides for student engagement and getting involved in the community. The Institute is held monthly for campus leaders.
Honda Campus All-Star Challenge
The Honda Campus All-Star Challenge (HCASC) is a jeopardy-type question and answer academic competition for America’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Game questions cover a broad variety of topics from history, literature, the sciences, religion, geography, and the arts to current events, social sciences, sports and pop culture. African American history, achievements are culture is well represented in all subject areas. The program is sponsored by American Honda Motor Company.