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Student Organizations

The Office of Student Activities/Greek Life encourages you to join the organization of your choice, but if you do not find a group that caters to your special interest then we encourage you to start your own student organization. You may be wondering if it is really as simple as it sounds…the answer is yes!

All student organizations are required to register with the Office of Student Activities/Greek Life. Every semester, returning student organizations must fill out a reinstatement packet to complete this process. Reinstatement packets are due no later than the last week in September (fall semester) and the last week of February (spring).

If your organization falls in a category below then it is time to UPDATE YOUR REGISTRATION PACKET!!!

  1. New - Active less than one year 
  2. Requesting Reinstatement - Previously recognized, but presently inactive
  3. Requesting Renewal- Presently active   Returning student organizations that do not complete a reinstatement packet will lose registration status and all rights granted by the registration process. 
 

Documents/Forms

New Student Organization - Registration Packet

Existing Student Organization - Reinstatement Packet 

Online Venue Reservation Request Form

Online Cancellation/Change Form

Student Senate Weekly Report Form

Transportation Request Form for Student Organizations


Did we miss you? If so, please e-mail us to to update or add your organization's information.
     


    Governance of Student Organizations

    All student organizations are governed by the Office of Student Activities & Greek Life, with the assistance of the Student Government Association (SGA). Registered student organizations are defined and placed into seven different categories:

    Academic Organizations
    Academic organizations are designed for students interested in a particular career or academic field.

    National Broadcast Society (NBS)
    Shaw University Student Social Work Association
    Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (M.A.P.S)

    Fraternities, Sororities, and Social Fellowships
    Fraternities, Sororities, and Social Fellowships are local or national, social and service-oriented organizations that work to foster the ideals of leadership and the development of character.

    Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. - Beta Rho Chapter Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.- Omicron Chapter
    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. - Beta Rho Chapter Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.- Beta Theta Chapter
    Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc.- Delta Gamma Chapter Iota Phi Theta, Inc. - Gamma Tau
    Omega Psi Phi, Inc.- Delta Psi Chapter Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship
    Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.- Alpha Rho Chapter Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship
    Phi Beta Sigma, Inc.- Iota Chapter  

    Honor Societies
    Honor societies are local or national organizations that provide recognition for students with academic honors and provide service and/or leadership opportunities for academic leaders.

    Alpha Chi Honors' Scholars
    Alpha Kappa Mu Phi Alpha

    Religious Organizations
    Religious organizations are designed to provide spiritual and religious development and support.

    Campus Ministries The Oasis Bible Study
    Face to Face El Shaddai Praise Dance-n-Mime Ministry

    Service Organizations
    Service organizations that provide volunteer opportunities for civic-minded students eager to serve the campus and/or community.

    American Cancer Society Student Development Coordinator (SDC)
    Colleges Against Cancer National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
    Shaw Man/Shaw Woman Society
    Shaw International Student Association (SISA)

    Special Interest Organizations
    Special interest organizations provide an outlet for students to be creative and display diversity.

    CAPE SGA – Ahoskie Technical Association of Computer Technology and Information (TACTICS)
    CAPE SGA – Asheville Shaw University Collegiate 100 Black Men of America, Inc.
    CAPE SGA – Durham SGA (Day) - Freshmen Class Cabinet
    CAPE SGA – Fayetteville SGA (Day) - Executive Board
    CAPE SGA – High Point SGA (Day) - Sophomore Class Cabinet
    CAPE SGA – Kannapolis SGA (Day) - Junior Class Cabinet

    CAPE SGA – Wilmington

    SGA (Day) - Senior Class Cabinet
    CAPE SGA – Rocky Mount/Greenville Peer Educators (The Safe Project)
    CAPE SGA – Raleigh Campus Activities Board (CAB)
    My Black is Beautiful Pure Elegance
    Fusion Modeling Troop Raleigh Fellows
    DC Metro Bears  

    Athletic Organizations
    Athletic organizations encourage participation in team sports, physical fitness, health and wellness, and athletic administration. 

    • Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)