Student Organizations

Students are highly encouraged to participate in campus activities and organizations. Their involvement allows them to interact with others, think critically and helps develop their leadership skills.

There are more than 30 organizations at HSSU that represent varied interests. The Director of Student Engagement maintains a master list of organizations, provides resources and assistance to new and existing clubs and serves as a liaison between organizations and the University community.

Anime Club:

Black Male Initiative (BMI):

Black Women Initiative (BWI): 

         Learning Outcomes

  1. As a result of membership, participants will participate in the Thelma V. Cook Leadership Institute (2 Year Model) where participants will demonstrate growth in leadership skills in addition to gaining personal and professional values
  2. After one year of full participation, members will gain sense of empowerment, self-respect, and appreciation as a woman in today’s society
  3. As a result of full participation, members will begin to gain transferable skills, abilities, and both personal and professional values in which members will notice after one full academic semester
  4. Participants will see an increase within their academic success: higher GPA than non-participants after one full academic year
  5. In comparison to non-participants, members will have heightened sense of civic engagement and involvement after one full academic year

Biology Club:

Campus Activities Board (CAB):


Collegiate 100:

CRU/Impact (Faith based):

Delta Mu Delta:

The Gold Press:

Golden Hornets (Hip Hop dance):

Healthcare Management:

The Hive:

HONDA Campus All Stars:

Honeycombs (HSSU’s official dance team):

Kuumba Theatre:

LGBTQIA Alliance:

Midnight Golf Program (MGP):

Mustard Seed:


National Council of Negro Women (NCNW):


Pre-Law Society:

ReWrite (spoken word):

Royal Court (Mister & Miss HSSU):

Stingers (Drumline):

Student Government Association:

Senior Class Council:

Junior Class Council:

Sophomore Class Council:

Freshman Class Council:

Transfer Student Association:

Voices of Praise:

West Coast Connections:


Greek Life: Divine 9 (NPHC)

Alpha Eta Chapter: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.:

Beta Delta Chapter: Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sorority, Inc.:

Beta Nu Chapter: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.:

Omicron Sigma Chapter: Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.: 

Alpha Omega Chapter: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.:

Gamma Eta Chapter: Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.:

Zeta Rho Chapter: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.: *Suspended until Spring 2023

Alpha Delta Chapter: Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority:

*St. Louis is home to the city-wide model for Greek Life. All chapters are members with the exception of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. 

*Only current active organizations are to be provided allotment or additional funding from Student Government Association. Greek Life organizations (except Sigma Gamma Rho and Phi Beta Sigma) are not included due to the city-wide chapter system. Funding cannot not be provided to city-wide chapters because non-Harris-Stowe State University students are in members of the city-wide chapters. 

You can find the Greek Life handbook here.

Academic: (By invitation)

Sigma Alpha Pi National Honor Society:

Alpha Chi Honor Society:

Accounting Students Association:

Kappa Delta Pi: 

Kappa Mu Epsilon (Math Honor Society):

Delta Mu Delta:


The Student Government Association is the governing body of all HSSU student organizations and each organizations' source of funding, outiside of independant fundraisers. 

Each year, in April, SGA holds budget hearings to determine allocations for the following academic year.


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