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Student Organizations

 

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The University of Central Missouri has over 200 Recognized Student Organizations. There are 8 different categories of organizations, including:

  • Academic/Departmental - Organizations tied to an academic program or department on campus
  • Community Service - Organizations committed to serving non-profits and the community
  • Culture & Identity - Organizations that represent and celebrate culture and heritage
  • Governance - Organizations that represent the student body
  • Honorary - Organizations dedicated to academic achievement in various disciplines 
  • Recreation & Sport Clubs - Organizations engaged in intercollegiate competition or recreational endeavors
  • Religious - Organizations that are faith based
  • Social Greek Organizations - Organization that are members of Fraternity & Sorority Life
  • Special Interests - Organizations dedicated to student passions that do not fall in previous categories

How to connect to Recognized Student Organizations

  1. Visit MyCentral
  2. Enter your 700# and password
  3. Under the "Student" tab (left hand navigation), click “Activities”
  4. Under “Activities," explore currently available organizations from the dropdown menu

Academic/Departmental


A-B

  • AMSA Premedical Chapter
    American Medical Student Association - Premedical Chapter is here for pre-med students and other pre-health professional students who are in need of guidance and healthcare experience.
  • Accounting Student Organization (ASO)
    ASO is an all inclusive organization for accountancy majors Freshman- Graduate. It provides professional events and social events that promotes professional development opportunities for accountancy majors.
  • The Actuarial Organization (TAO)
    Is a group for actuarial science and statistics majors. Monthly meetings for students to learn more about the actuarial career and network.
  • Africana Studies Leadership Council (ASLC)
    The Africana Studies Leadership Council focuses on African American, Caribbean and African history and culture.
  • Agriculture Club (Ag Club)
    An agricultural social organization with membership open to all University students. The Ag Club provides opportunities to make friends and develop leadership roles.
  • American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE)
    AAAE is the world's largest professional organization for airport executives, representing thousands of airport management personnel. We help prepare students to fulfill their responsibility to the airports and the communities they serve.
  • American Chemical Society (ACS)
    The UCM ACS is an organization for people who are chemistry majors, minors, pre-professionals or anyone who is interested in chemistry. We provide departmental and community service as well as speakers and other actives to the department.
  • American Choral Directors Association (ACDA)
    ACDA is a professional association of choral conductors that exists to inspire excellence in choral music through education, performance, composition, and advocacy.
  • American Design Drafting Association (ADDA)
    To advance the knowledge of its members in the field of design and drafting; provide an encouraging and helpful atmosphere for its members’ social and professional goals; provide opportunities to intermingle with other students interested in design and drafting; to interact with prominent drafters/designers; and provide career and business information in the drafting industry.
  • American Institute of Building Design
    To advance the knowledge of its members in the field of building design; Provide an encouraging and helpful atmosphere for its members’ social and professional goals; Provide opportunities to intermingle with other students interested in building design; To interact with prominent building designers; and provide career and business information in the building design industry.
  • American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
    This is a national organization for practicing graphic designers, illustrators, and commercial artists. 
  • American Marketing Association (AMA)
    The American Marketing Association looks to both educate and facilitate career readiness through conferences, events and meetings. AMA provides a place for all members of any race, age, gender or major to further ready themselves for their careers. 
  • American Society for Quality (ASQ)
    ASQ is a global community of people dedicated to quality who share the ideas and tools that make our world work better.
  • American String Teachers Association (ASTA)
    A student group for all persons interested in the enrichment of lives through playing and teaching stringed instruments.
  • Arcade Magazine
    Arcade Magazine is the student-run, student-edited literary journal at UCM. Arcade publishes UCM student fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art.
  • Art Education Club
    The Art Education Club works cooperatively to encourage the development of well-rounded, well-informed visual arts educators. The club encourages and aids professional development and fellowship among its members through participation in the National Art Education Association and Missouri Art Education Association, as well as field trips to other public art institutions and events.
  • Athletic Training Student Association (ATSA)
    It is the mission of the Athletic Training Student Association to further the knowledge of the profession of Athletic Training and to give students opportunities to advance and gain experience as future professionals in the field of Athletic Training.
  • Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
    We are a student chapter of a national organization that discusses topics related to Computer Science. Any major is welcome to attend, on occasion we have speakers from the industry give presentations.
  • Association of Social Work (ASWS)
    The ASWS is an organization of students who have a common interest in practicing the values of the Social Work profession through community service, fundraising for charitable causes, promoting awareness of social issues, and professional development. We have an open membership policy; we welcome any UCM student who shares our passion and motivation to serve others and give back to the community.
  • Association of Social Work - MIC Campus (ASWS-MIC)
    The purpose of the ASWS is to get to know other students, provide volunteer and service work and learn more about social work. All majors are welcome to attend meetings.
  • Association of Student Industrial Hygienists (ASIH)
    The Department of Safety Sciences student organization for students who are interested in the industrial hygiene asapects of the safety field.
  •  Audio Engineering Society (AES)
    We discuss recording engineering techniques and gear, feature special guests, and build collaborative networks for creative audio projects, open to everyone, regardless of major.

C-M

 

  • Central Missouri Mathematics Educators (CMME)
    CMME is a UCM social organization that provides support, programs, education opportunities and service for future math teachers, Grades K-12.
  • Central's Council of Marriage & Family Therapy
    Central’s Council on Marriage and Family Therapy’s mission is to provide an opportunity for students to learn and grow in the field of family relations by offering them a network of peers and professionals that can teach them the professional and personal standards required to promote family well-being
  • Centrals Society of Child and Family DevelopmentCentrals Society of Child and Family Development (CSCFD) serves as a resource for all UCM students studying Child and Family Development and related fields. Through meetings and events, students have the opportunities to network with peers and professionals, complete community service, and work towards being career ready.
  • CHAMP - Children in Healthcare and Medical Play
    CHAMP serves and acts as a resource for students interested in working with children and their families in medical settings. Through play and fun developmentally appropriate activities, CHAMP supports children and families when they are coping with health-related stress.
  • Clay Club
    The purpose of Clay Club is to promote awareness and provide funding for further involvement in the Ceramic Arts. This includes attending conferences such as NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts), hosting and attending lectures, pottery sales, and related group travel/museum visits.
  • College Student Personnel Association (CPSA)
    This Organization is an academic focused organization, we empower people that are entering the field of student affairs/academic affairs by offering networking opportunities, professional/personal development, socialization with others in the program, scholarship opportunities, and professional development funds. This organization is a support system for all those in the CSPA program.
  • Collegiate Cattlemen's Chapter
    The Collegiate Cattlemen's Club is focused on informing students interested in the beef cattle industry.
  • Collegiate Farm Bureau Club
    This is a student organization that promotes agriculture and involves students in political advocacy for agriculture. We are associated with the Johnson County Farm Bureau and the Missouri Farm Bureau and participate in both county and state events sponsored by the Johnson County and Missouri Farm Bureau.. 
  • Computer Information Systems Students Organization (CISAO)
    The purpose of this organization is to unite students in Computer Information Systems, and Big Data and Analytics programs, and all currently enrolled UCM students from other academic disciplines, including those who are interested in information technology or pursuing employment in the field of information technology.
  • Council of Human Development  & Family Science 
    Central's Council of HDFS provides an opportunity for students to learn and grow in the field of family relations by offering them a network of peers and professionals that can teach them the professional and personal standards required to promote family well-being.
  • Enactus
    An organization that creates innovative and sustainable projects through small businesses. The ending result gives back to the school or community in some way.   
  • Fashion Business Association (FBA)
    "FBA" is established for the purpose of promoting the professional development of students who have chosen to major or minor in Fashion: Clothing and Textiles in Business or Fashion Merchandising or any UCM student who shares a general interest in the fashion industry.The organization shall improve knowledge and awareness of the business environment through participation in educational and professional experiences such as social events, DIY days, community service projects, and professional development activities will be planned for the school year.
  • Graduate Student Association (GSA)
    The Graduate Student Association was formed to give graduate students a forum of their peers for discussion of issues concerning graduate students. Sponsored by Graduate Education and Research, this student organization serves as a voice for all graduate students, and aims to improve and enhance the graduate experience at UCM. 
  • History Club
    We sponsor events ranging from fun social events and fundraising to professional development. This is for all students interested in history at UCM!
  • Honors College Student Association (HCSA)
    An advocate organization and informational resource for all Honors College students, HCSA enriches the honors experience by providing a variety of educational, social, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Horticulture Club
    The UCM Horticulture club teaches students about Horticulture, in the Fall we host the U-Pick Apple Sale, collect seed from and learn about native plants, use our Plant Sale Committee to determine what plants we want to sell at our spring Plant Sale, and in the Spring we work in the Greenhouse to learn how to plant seeds, transplant seedlings, correctly water each type of plant, and work the Plant Sale at the end of the semester. Throughout both semesters, we volunteer with Adopt-a-Trail at Pertle springs, put on various horticultural workshops for our members, and host other educational events.
  • Juvenile Justice Association (JJA)
    Students will get information on volunteer opportunities and discuss the many issues within the juvenile justice system while gaining connections/resources to different careers in the juvenile justice field.
  • Kinesiology Club
    This club is for kinesiology majors who seek opportunity within their major. Guest speakers are willing to come talk about health careers, presentations are made about graduate school, fundraisers are held to help raise funds, and community services opportunities are made available.
  • LEAD - Leading Educators Advocating for Diversity
    The purpose of Leading Educator Advocates for Diversity (LEAD) is to educate ourselves and others about diversity issues in our community and schools as well as in the world around us.
  • Missouri Airport Manager Association 
    MAMA is a student organization that seeks to bridge the gap between those seeking Airport Management degrees and those who are already Airport Managers within Missouri. Our chapter is also able to take airport tours to gain a better understanding of day-to-day operations and potentially network for future jobs.
  • Modern Languages Club
    The purpose of the Modern Languages Club is to assemble students of UCM to encourage and further the study of the language and culture of Chinese, French, German, and Spanish speaking peoples and to learn about their regions.
  • Muleskinner
    The Muleskinner is a student newspaper that publishes monthly with ongoing Monday through Friday online coverage during regular academic weeks. As journalism has changed, so has the Muleskinner. Although its print edition is published monthly, the Muleskinner is a 24/7 operation. Its website is updated throughout the year with campus news, features, and sports stories, as well as photos and videos, all contributed by students under the guidance of student editorial staff.
  • Music Teachers National Association - UCM Student Chapter
    The mission of the Music Teachers National Association is to advance the value of music study and music making to society and to support the professionalism of independent and collegiate studio music teachers.

N-R

  • NAfME - National Association for Music Education
    NAfME is an organization dedicated to the development of music educators. We bring in presenters to speak on critical topics that professors may not be able to cover in everyday classes, and we also give you a chance to network with future and current music educators from around the state.
  • NSSLHA - National Student Speech Language Hearing Association
    NSSLHA  is an extremely active student organization which is made up of both undergraduate and graduate communication disorders students. NSSLHA participates in providing community service projects, hosting activities to get to know peers and faculty, as well as events that help educate students about their future careers.
  • Para-medico
    Para-medico is specifically designed for students pursuing a professional career in the health care field.
  • Percussive Arts Society (PAS)
    Percussive Arts Society (PAS) is an organization for everyone, even if you’re not a percussionist. We bring in guests artists from around the world to perform for the music department, these artists also give free lessons to everyone in PAS covering various genres of music. PAS helps fund its members to attend national and regional percussion conventions such as Mid Missouri Percussive Arts Trophy (MMPAT) and Pasic.
  • Phi Beta Lambda
    PBL is a leadership-based organization that focuses on helping students better succeed in the working world. We have competitive events for business majors, teachers, and more, by participating in these competitions, you are able to attend national leadership conferences across the country.
  • Physical Education Majors
    The purpose of this organization is to stimulate interest and professional growth in the broad field of physical education including teacher certification and to encourage active participation in professional organizations and professional experiences.
  • Pre-Law Student Association
    A student organization with the primary goal of helping students interested in attending Law School. It introduces students from various majors with this common goal, students learn the application process, including practice LSAT exams, students visit law schools, MINK Law Day, and meet representatives from law schools to discuss their specific school.
  • Pre-Marriage & Family Therapy Club
    The purpose is to educate undergraduate students on graduate education opportunities on marriage and family therapy, human development and family science and other related professions.
  • Psychology Club
    Calling all undergraduate and graduate students interested in psychology! The Psychology Club is active in fundraising and sponsors several social events, guest speakers, and field trips.
  • Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
    PRSSA is the student arm of the Public Relations Society of America. The mission of PRSSA is to provide exceptional service to our members by enhancing their education, broadening their professional network and helping launch their careers after graduation, we aspire to advance the public relations profession by developing ethically responsible pre-professionals.
  • RainbowTones
    RainbowTones is an a cappella group from the University of Central Missouri. The group is based off of acceptance and equality as well as a love for music! 

S-Z

  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers S-153
    SME is a nonprofit association of professionals, educators and students committed to promoting and supporting the manufacturing industry. SME helps manufacturers innovate, grow and prosper by promoting manufacturing technology, developing a skilled workforce and connecting the manufacturing industry. We offer resources for manufacturers, promote advanced manufacturing technology, and work to develop a skilled workforce. 
  • Student Missouri  State Teachers Association (SMSTA)
    Student Missouri State Teachers Association is a student-led group of education majors. We meet to learn more about our field and volunteer within the community.
  • Student Organization Construction Managers
    SOCM is where students who are in construction management or related fields can come and join. We do educational things such as site tours, info sessions, and tutoring, networking with alumni and industry members. We try and do some community service whenever possible if it relates to construction, we like to get together and hang out and give everyone an opportunity to make life long friends in the field.
  • Student Organization of Library & Information Services (SOLIS)SOLIS is the ALA Student Chapter for the University of Central Missouri's Library and Information Services program.
  • Student Artist Coalition
    SAC is a Student Artist Coalition that strives to bring a diversity of mediums to the table for a diverse set of art majors as well as non-majors.
  • Student Nursing Organization (SNO)
    The Student Nursing Organization is a very active group of nursing majors who participate in community and volunteer events. We have guest speakers at our meetings who speak on professional issues and provide information to improve our professional futuristic career as a nurse.
  • Student Dietetic Association 
    The purpose of the UCM SDA shall be to provide a framework for student involvement inside and outside of the classroom and to stimulate interest in the profession of dietetics for any student interested. The UCM SDA will also encourage professional development through community service, networking and educational programs to foster lifelong learning and provide training in leadership for future administrative roles at the local, state and national levels.
  • Student Finance Association
    SFA is a professional group that primarily focuses on finance. We have professional guest speakers from various fields in the finance industry to provide students with insight on potential job opportunities, skills required for those jobs and how to be successful in an ever increasing competitive market.
  • Students for Political Action
    Students for Political Action works to promote civic engagement on the UCM campus. We coordinate Politics and Social Justice Week every spring semester which brings speakers to campus to discuss issues over politics and social justice.
  • Technology Educaction Collegiate Association (TECA)
    The purpose of TECA is to promote leadership, fellowship, scholarship, and a philosophical foundation for future technology teachers, through college chapter coordinated activities at the campus, state, regional, and international level. Educators across the globe. 
  • UCM - Statistics Club
    The Statistics Club is a student-led organization that seeks to promote the understanding and importance of statistics through presentations, discussions, and networking. We believe that a rudimentary understanding of data analytics is essential for the success in each prospective career. 
  • UCM Automotive Club
    An Automotive Club where we have fun with, work on, talk, and enjoy our shared passion for cars, car modifications, racing and community service.
  • UCM DECA
    We are a business organization that participates in two yearly competitions to grow business skills and connections in a variety of skills.
  • UCM Economics Club
    The economics club is for anyone interested in the field of economics, which includes sports economics, game theory, natural resource economics, labor economics, international economics, experimental economics, etc.
  • UCM Fisheries Society
    The purpose of the UCM Fisheries Society is to create the opportunity for better communication between students, faculty, professionals, and public & private organizations,and to provide opportunities for taking part in active research and management projects involving fishes and fisheries management.
  • UCM USITT - United States Institute of Theatre Technology
    The purpose of this organization is to promote an enthusiasm for performance art and encourage the exploration of theatre design and technology on the University of Central Missouri campus; as well as support the artistic and cultural enrichment within the Central Missouri region, through monthly meetings, events, conferences, and service to both the community and university. 
  • UCM Winter Guard
    The UCM Winter Guard competes in their local circuit, Mid Continent Color Guard Association (MCCGA) and national with Winter Guard Internationals (WGI). The guard has competed at WGI Regionals and WGI Championships. Member selection is by audition only but welcomes students from all backgrounds and experience levels.
  • United Student Housing Association (USHA)
    USHA is the voice of the students living in the residence halls, acting as as the liaison between residents and University Housing. USHA communicates the issues and concerns of residence hall living to University Housing and submits proposals and recommendations regarding policies and facility improvements.
  • Women in Aviation International 
    We are an international organization with Women In Aviation, it is great for networking as female in aviation, but males are more than welcome to join as well. There is a national conference every March, and it is great to meet people in the industry.

Recreation & Sports Clubs

  • Central Missouri Climbers
    CMC seeks to promote the sport of rock climbing at the University of Central Missouri. We also seek to establish and strength a community of individuals who engage in and appreciate rock climbing, by bringing together both experienced and inexperienced climbers.
  • Fencing Club
    We teach fencing (foil, epee, and sabre), and fence at tournaments against other schools as part of the Midwest Fencing Guild, an intercollegiate fencing circuit in Missouri. Equipment is provided and everyone is welcome.
  • Men's Bowling Club
    The UCM Mens Bowling Club is a group that loves bowling! We are open to any and all skill levels and we practice weekly and plan to attend many competitions. 
  • Swim Club
    The UCM Swim Club aims to improve swimming skills at all fitness levels, it is an ideal way to get back in shape or stay in shape with other swimmers and to promote friendly competition. Everyone is welcome in this diverse group of athletes, and practices are meant to be fun and challenging, so come prepared to work hard and enjoy yourself.
  • UCM Bass Fishing Club
    The University of Central Missouri Bass Fishing Club participates in 2 Tournament sanctions, these sanctions are the B.A.S.S and MLF. We travel to different lakes across the country competing against other Universities, currently we are ranked 10th in the Nation of Collegiate Bass Fishing.
  • UCM Rugby Football Club (Men's)
    The goal of our organization is teach and play Rugby Union. We normally play 15's in the Fall and 7's in the Spring. We have regularly scheduled matches against other schools and Rugby Clubs. No experience necessary! 
  • UCM Trap & Skeet Club
    The UCM trap and skeet club is an organization based around helping students get interested in and safely practice and enjoy shotgun sports. The club is focused on reducing cost and removing any bars to entry encountered by students looking to get into shotgun sports, while also giving them the chance to compete, we support a competitive team that represents UCM around Missouri and surrounding states with a goal of competing in Nationals.
  • Women's Rugby
    We are a diverse group of students that are pushing ourselves physically and mentally to reach success both on and off the Pitch. We build a safe and loving community that leads to a life long friendship. 
  • Youth Excited About Sports-YES
    The corporation (Youth Excited about Sports, Y.E.S.) is formed for the purpose of promoting the physical, mental, and moral welfare of boys and girls of the city of Warrensburg, Missouri, and surrounding areas by providing them such means of education and amusement.

Community Service

  • Breakers Alternative Spring Break
    UCM Breakers offers an alternative spring breaker experience for UCM students. We spend spring break serving and helping communities achieve basic needs for their community members in need.
  • MO Volunteers (MOVO)
    Mo Volunteers is a student organization that focuses on finding different ways to give back to our community through community service.
  • NCSE Science Booster Club
    Science outreach and communication over commonly misunderstood topics such as climate change and evolution.

Culture & Identity

  • African Student Association (ASA)
    African Student Association is a place where students from all ethnicities, cultures, races and backgrounds can come and enjoy a safe space where we discuss the on going issues in Africa as well as in the Diaspora.
  • Association of Black Collegians (ABC)
    ABC is the governance group to all Black, non-Greek, student organizations on the campus. We serve as the liaison between the students of color and the faculty, staff, and administration of UCM. We also bring Black culture and political thought to the campus and community and help recruit Black faculty, staff, and students.
  • International Student Organization (ISO)
    The International Student Organization (ISO) is an ethnically diverse group of students whose members come from around 85 different countries, representing thousands of different cultures.
  • Japanese Student Organization
    The Japanese Student Organization provides an opportunity to learn more about Japanese culture and the Japanese language. It is open to people of all nationalities and religions.
  • Sanskrithi: Assococation of Indian Students
    Sanskrithi works to bring elements from our distinct and richly diverse cultural backgrounds to share them with the UCM community at cultural and social level. We strive to be a home away from home to Indian students in both undergraduate and graduate studies. We also hope to be a bridge for prospective students who want to find out more about Indian culture and values at UCM. Sanskrithi holds every year. You get to see different styles of dances, hear people sing, and more!
  • Saudi Student Club (KSA Club)
    The goal of this group is to let others know more about our country, culture and heritage.
  • Sisters of Ujima
    Sisters of Ujima is group of strong women here on campus that gather together every week and discuss important topics that are effect us as well as what's going on around us. We also do community service, hold public events, and overall lift up every woman on campus to be their best
  • Student Organization of Latinos (SOL)
    SOL's purpose is to aid an support Hispanics and Latinx on campus, to promote and educate the campus of the culture of Latin-American countries, and to advocate equity on campus. Its members strive to understand each other's cultures in order to provide a forum where the voice of Latinx and Hispanic students may be heard.
  • UCM Prism
    Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, and intersex (LGBTQQIA) community and straight allies bring advocacy and education to the UCM campus. We help develop and meet the social needs of diverse students by hosting social and educational programming at weekly meetings and special events.

Governance

 
  • Student Government Association (SGA)
    The Student Government Association represents all students at the University of Central Missouri and serves as a liaison between the student body and the university.

Social Greek Organizations

 
  • Alpha Gamma Delta (AGD)
    Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity that promotes academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership, personal development and above all, a spirit of loving sisterhood. Guided by our Purpose, Alpha Gam women strive to attain a higher standard, thereby improving their lives, the lives of those around them and the communities in which they live. 
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
    To cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards. To promote unity and friendship among college women. To study and help alleviate problems concerting girls and women in order to improve their social stature. To maintain a progressive interest in college life and to be of service to all mankind.
  • Alpha Kappa Lambda
    Alpha Kappa Lambda is a social fraternity on campus that strives to create leaders and men of character. The core values of our chapter are Judeo-Christian principals, leadership, scholarship, loyalty, and self support, we also value competition and giving back to our community.
  • Alpha Omicron Pi
    Alpha Omicron Pi is a Greek Organization, our values are Character, Dignity, Scholarship, and College Loyalty. We are a strong group of women who join together to become the best versions of ourselves and to help the UCM and Warrensburg community.
  • Alpha Phi
    This organization is an international greek organization that interacts with members, greek life, and the community on a weekly basis. This organizations main focuses are philanthropy (Women's Heart Health) and sisterhood
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
    Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has supplied voice and vision to the struggle of African-Americans and people of color around the world. Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African-Americans, was founded by seven college men who recognized the need for a strong bond of Brotherhood among African descendants in this country. 
  • Alpha Sigma Alpha (ASA)
    Alpha Sigma Alpha is a Greek organization that builds women of poise and purpose.
  • Alpha Tau Omega (ATO)
    Alpha Tau Omega is a leadership fraternity with the goal of making our members the best person they can be by the time they leave the chapter. We are here to help navigate your way through school in any way possible while also having an enjoyable experience while at UCM
  • Delta Chi Fraternity
    The Delta Chi Fraternity has been a social organization on the UCM campus since 1968. We are a group of men who pride ourselves on character, friendship, academic success, personal growth and leadership both on campus and within the Warrensburg community
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.
    Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community.
  • Delta Zeta (DZ)
    Delta Zeta is a social Greek sorority. We participate in community service and have multiple philanthropic partners.
  • FarmHouse Fraternity
    Farmhouse consists of a group of diverse and outgoing gentlemen who are driven to helping build brothers into the highest degree of men possible.
  • Gamma Phi Beta
    We are a recognized NPC sorority that promotes building strong girls and promoting the highest type of womanhood.
  • Interfraternity Council (IFC)
    Governing body for the fraternities at UCM.
  • Kappa Alpha Psi
    A social Fraternity founded to unite college men of culture, patriotism and honor in a bond of fraternity, to encourage honorable achievement in every field of human endeavor, to promote the spiritual, social, intellectual, and moral welfare of members, to assist the aims and purpose of colleges and universities, and to inspire service in the public interest.
  • Lambda Chi Alpha
    Lambda Chi Alpha is a Greek organization that strives to mold boys into men through our ideals and teachings so that they will be better people who contribute to society.
  • National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)
    National Pan-Hellenic Council serves as the governing body of the 6 NPHC chapters we currently have at UCM.
  • Omega Psi Phi
    Is the first African-American international fraternal organization to be founded at a historically black college. From the initials of the Greek phrase meaning, "friendship is essential to the soul," the name Omega Psi Phi was derived, Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance, and Uplift were adopted as Cardinal Principles.
  • Panhellenic Council
    Panhellenic Council serves as the governing body for the 8 social Greek sororities on campus. They including: Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Pi, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Delta Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta, Sigma Kappa, Sigma Sigma Sigma
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
    Is one of the nine Historically Black/African-American organizations titled the Divine Nine, here on the campus of UCM we are known as the Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma. We are constantly working towards the fulfillment of our motto, Culture for Service and Service for Humanity as well as exemplifying the ideals of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service.
  • Phi Sigma Kappa
    The purpose of this chapter is to promote a closer bond among men who are students of a higher educational institution, and to provide an atmosphere in their college home in which fellowship and alumni guidance lead to wholesome mental, moral, and spiritual growth.
  • Sigma Gamma Rho (SGRho)
    It is the mission of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. to enhance the quality of life for women and their families in the US and globally through community service, civil, and social action. Our goal is to achieve greater progress in the areas of education, health awareness, and leadership development.
  • Sigma Kappa - Delta Eta Chapter
    For 145 years, Sigma Kappa Sorority has been uniting women in lifelong friendship.We are a sisterhood that encourages a woman’s heart, mind and spirit while giving skills to positively impact her campus and community. Sigma Kappa creates a supportive environment for our members to enhance their character and achieve excellence.
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon (SigEp)
    Sigma Phi Epsilon is a social fraternity. That not only focuses on the social aspects of college. But also continuous growth in academic, professional, and life skills.
  • Sigma Pi
    Greek-lettered organization that allows men to do life together. Completes community service, philanthropy, and campus-wide activities.
  • Sigma Sigma Sigma (Tri Sigma)
    Sigma Sigma Sigma inspires exceptional life long learning and friendships. Tri Sigma reaffirms its long standing core values of wisdom, power, faith, hope and love.
  • Sigma Tau Gamma
    Sigma Tau Gamma was founded with the understanding that all men are social creatures and that friendships made in college days are lasting ones. Believing that a social Fraternity must be dedicated to the highest ideals of manhood and brotherhood; the development of good personal characteristics and social poise; mature thinking and action; democratic principles and acceptance of responsibility; and, to loyalty and service to college, community, country and Fraternity.
  • Tau Kappa Epsilon
    Our mission is to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life. Tau Kappa Epsilon creates lifelong relationships that enhance educational, interpersonal, community and professional success.
  • Theta Chi
    A brotherhood that pushes truth temperance and tolerance. We are a social fraternity that participated in multiple school events along with hosting our own for the entire campus.
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.
    Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc is a community conscious, action oriented organization based off of scholarship, service, sisterly love, and finer womanhood. 

Honorary

 
  • Academic Collegiate Scholars
    We are an honors organization that provides volunteer and resume boosting opportunities.
  • Alpha Eta Rho
    Is a professional collegiate fraternity founded to bring together those students having a common interest in the field of commercial aviation. The mission of this unique fraternity is to enlighten the serious aerospace student on the facts concerning all fields directly related to aerospace and To unite people with an interest in aviation and to share opinions and views on aviation subject matter.
  • Alpha Phi Sigma - National Criminal Justice Honor Society
    The mission of Alpha Phi Sigma is to promote analytical thinking, rigorous scholarship and lifelong learning; to keep abreast of the advances in scientific research; to elevate the ethical standards of the criminal justice professions and sustain in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.
  • Beta Alpha Psi - Iota Mu Chapter
    Beta Alpha Psi is an international honors organization for financial information students and professionals. According to BAP, there are over 300 chapters on campuses with over 300,000 members initiated since 1919.

  • Delta Sigma Pi (DSP)
    Delta Sigma Pi is the nation’s leading co-ed professional business fraternity, with a commitment to equipping our members throughout their careers to make a greater impact in their business, civic, and personal lives. Recognized as America's best business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi attracts members from all backgrounds and walks of life.
  • Delta Tau Alpha
    Delta Tau Alpha is the academic honors organization for agriculture students.
  • Kappa Delta Pi (KDP)
    Kappa Delta Pi is an Education Honors Society. 
  • Kappa Mu Epsilon
    Kappa Mu Epsilon is a national mathematics honor society. All student who enjoy mathematics can become associate members. Students must be invited(once specific requirements are met) to become full members.
  • Lambda Alpha Epsilon - Gamma Epsilon Delta (LAE-GED)
    The American Criminal Justice Association-Lambda Alpha Epsilon is a nationwide organization to promote criminal justice and holds regional and national student competitions.
  • NSCS - National Society of Collegiate Scholars 
    We are an honors society focused on leadership, scholarship, and service.
  • National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH)
    NRHH commits itself to two core values: recognition and service. NRHH is designed to give local, regional and national recognition to students making outstanding contributions to their residence halls. Student leaders often go above and beyond to participate and support these events and NRHH exists to honor these students.
  • National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi)
    The NSLS is the nation's largest leadership development society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential. Members are able to list their affiliation on all statements of personal accomplishment, including their resume, membershipwith NSLS provides access to benefits including scholarships and awards, exclusive on-campus events, employer recruitment through an online job bank, and discounts on computers, textbooks, grad school prep courses, insurance and much more.
  • Phi Sigma Pi - Alpha Chapter
    Phi Sigma Pi is a co-ed fraternity whose members all hold a GPA of or above 3.0. We were founded right here in Warrensburg in 1916, therefore we are the Alpha Chapter. To join, you must have a 3.0 GPA and at least 12 credit hours, you must have 3 semesters remaining here at UCM, counting the current semester.
  • Psi Chi  - National Honor Society in Psychology
    Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology. The purpose of this organization is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of members and to advance the science of psychology. Membership benefits include national recognition, leadership development, and identification with psychology as a discipline. There are numerous awards and grants that are available to Psi Chi members. 
  • Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI) - International Music Fraternity for Women
    The mission of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is to encourage, nurture, and support the art of music. We are a fraternity that supports and encourages women musicians of all ages, races, and nationalities. We also support and promote successful and innovative educational programs in music for all stages of life.
  • Sigma Tau Delta
    Sigma Tau Delta is an honor society open to English majors and interested parties.
  • Theta Alpha Phi (TAP)
    Theta Alpha Phi is a National Honorary Theatre fraternity at UCM that accepts members who achieve excellence in the art of theatre. Membership is available to undergraduates and graduate students at member institutions.
  • Tri Beta - Biological Honor Society
    Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is an honor society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.
  • Upsilon Pi Epsilon (UPE)
    University of Central Missouri's Computer Science Honor Society

Religious


  • Anointed By Christ Gospel Choir
    This organization is a group of students that use their voice and sound to minister to students on this campus. Students that are a part of this organization uphold themselves in a Christianly manner.
  • Baptist Student Union (BSU)
    The BSU seeks to personally know Jesus and desires to assist our campus in following Jesus for themselves. We believe God has put us here to share that in Jesus there is life.
  • Catholic Campus Outreach (CCO)
    The Catholic Campus Outreach exists to serve the spiritual needs of students, faculty, staff and administration at the University of Central Missouri by providing them with opportunities to learn the Catholic faith, socialize with fellow Catholics, worship as a community, and participate in service projects. Catholic Campus Outreach is in place to assist the Newman Center in reaching out to the UCM Student body, the focus of this organization is more social in nature, but intended to help build the Catholic presence on campus.
  • Christian Campus House (CCH)
    We are a college ministry at the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg with a core desire to seek God, love Him, and love others too. We journey with students by discovering and building a deeper relationship with Jesus.
  • CRU
    The purpose of the chapter is to build movements of people who are transformed by Jesus Christ. The student-led movement seeks to introduce students to Christ, help them to grow in faith, encourage them to passionately live life in a manner consistent with belief in the God of the Bible, and inspire commitment to advancing the purposes of God in the world.
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    The FCA organization seeks to serve student athletes or students who enjoy sports on campus. Our organization is based around having a community of people want to know more about Jesus and who also love athletics.
  • Lutheran Student Center
    The UCM Lutheran Student Center provides a welcoming environment for all students interested in the Lutheran denomination.
  • Risen Multicultural Ministry
    Discovering, growing, living through Christ. We aspire to be a ministry that uplifts the community and provides spiritual guidance to all students regardless of their background.
  • UCM Navigators
    The UCM Navigators are a inter-denomination ministry that meets regularly on campus. Our desire is to provide students with an opportunity to get in Gods word on a regular basis and learn to have a personal relationship with Jesus. The UCM Navigators focus on developing students through one on one relationships, bible studies, large group gatherings, worship, fellowship, and fun!

Special Interests

 
  • ABC Dance Co - Association of Black Collegians Dance Company
    ABC Dance Company is a versatile organization that promotes multicultural awareness at the University of Central Missouri and its surrounding communities through the fine art of dance. The Dance Company specializes in the style of hip-hop, modern, jazz, spiritual and lyrical dance, while also actively promoting dance from various cultures.
  • Alternative Politics Society
    The purposes of the organization shall be to rationally discuss global politics with an emphasis on the U.S.A. from a perspective not of a Democrat or a Republican, see politics from a fresh outside view, and organizing events pertaining to politics that will encourage discussion.
  • Animation Expression Society
    The purpose of this organization is to enrich students, faculty, and members alike with a perspective of animation and the cultures that create animation. Its intent is to provide a socially interactive place that can facilitate to those who are interested in animation in an organized fashion.
  • Central Missouri Playwrights 
    The Central Missouri Playwrights was created to be place of meeting for playwrights to share ideas, written work designed for the stage or screen, and offer suggestions for improvement. This organization is intended to be a safe-space for all artists to share their work, and our mission is to improve and educate all playwrights so their work may ultimately be performed in the appropriate setting.
  • Cyber Mules
    -to discuss the on going threats and learn the solutions to guard against malicious intent
  • Media Creators Association (MCA)
    MCA is a club for content creators from all mediums to come together and network, other than just networking we also host short film competitions where we split into teams and try to make a short film in 48 hours called the 48 hour film festival! 
  • Mo's Activities Council 
    MAC is the largest programming organization on campus. We are responsible for planning various activities on campus.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
    The UCMO chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness envisions a Warrensburg community, where all students, faculty, and citizens affected by mental illness, are supported and fulfilled through a proactive, meek, and understanding alliance of individuals that seek to empower and equip those in need. 
  • P.O.W.E.R. - Poets Obtaining Wisdom, Expression, & Respect
    Poets Obtaining Wisdom, Expression, & Respect (POWER) Organization of the University of Central Missouri, aims to create a space for students to write, perform, compete, and learn the fundamentals of poetry.
  • Recovery Central
    Recovery Central was established to be a support system for students in or seeking recovery, to raise awareness of substance use disorders, advocate for recovery, and provide resources to those in need.
  • Social Justice Organization
    Social justice is advocating for a variety of groups and working to affect change. This group is for anyone interested in learning about social injustices, participating in events, and working to be an ally for various groups. Some examples of minority issues we will take on as a group are black lives matter, intersectional feminism, LGBTQ+, people with disabilities, indeginous people, etc. Together, we will explore what we can do to make an impact at UCM, in Warrensburg, and beyond.
  • Sport Management Organization
    Our mission is to provide sport management majors to gain various experiences outside of the classroom, while making connections with students, professors, and professionals in the sport management field.
  • Students Demand Action for Gun Sense in America
    Students Demand Action for Gun Sense in America strives to educate others on the reality of gun violence in American and how it affects us; to activate our fellow students, survivors, parents, and other concerned Americans to take action; to hold our elected leaders accountable; to lobby for gun sense legislation, and to promote culture change to save lives.
  • The Wildlife Society (TWS)
    Professional organization for the stewardship of wildlife and their habitats.
  • UCM College Republicans
    College Republicans is a political organization that strives to be aware of the political climates in America while showing respect and appreciation for all political views.
  • UCM Dance Club
    We are an organization that promotes an enthusiasm for dance through master dance classes, choreographing, and performing opportunities! Absolutely ANY level of dance experience is welcome. Come dance with us!
  • UCM Democrats
    We are an organization of students who identify as Democrats and support the philosophy and candidates of the Democratic Party. We support efforts to increase student participation in Democratic affairs.
  • UCM Gaming Network
    UCM Gaming Network is focused on bringing students together through video gaming. We provide a space to meet up with other students for practice or casual game sessions, we also hold tournaments and events throughout the semester.
  • UCM Student Veterans Organization
    The purpose of this organization is to provide guidance and support to veteran students, service members, and their dependents currently attending UCM or plan to in the future.
  • Underdogs
    UCM Underdogs is mentor and mentee organization here on campus for freshman and transfer students. Anybody is welcome. Underdogs provides a scholarship for one Underdog (Sophomore and lower) and one TopDog (Junior and higher) once an academic year. UCM Underdogs inspires Leadership, Mentorship, and Scholarship.

 

 

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