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Organizations A-Z

Student Organizations and Greek Life A-Z Listing

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  • 2Xclusive Hip Hop Dance Team

    This Organization is a group of student performers who strive to entertain the student body through various styles of dance. 2Xclusive upholds this standard through dedication, effort, commitment, and community service.

    Advisor: Barbara Johnson | bajohnson@nsu.edu

     

  • African Student Association

    This organization spreads cultural awareness throughout the university. They engage in community service and provide social and academic networks of accomplished individuals of African descent. Students from various African countries socially and academically will come together. All persons interested in Africa or African issues.

    Advisor: Tina Abrefa Gyan | tabrefa-gyan@nsu.edu

  • Alpha Delta Mu Social Work Honor Society

    Founded in 1976, Alpha Delta Mu is a student-run organization where members are encouraged to realize their potential and are provided with community service, academic, scholarship and networking opportunities.

    Advisor: Carrie Waites | cbwaites@nsu.edu

  • Alpha Psi Omega National Theater Honor Society

    This organization stimulates interest in university theatre activities and to secure for the university all the advantages and mutual benefit provided by a large national honor society.

    Advisor: Anthony Stockard | amstockard@nsu.edu

  • Anime Club

    NSUAC is to bring enlightenment and enjoyment of Japanese culture to those who are fan and non-fans of Japanese Animation.

    Advisor: Ralph Irby | reirby@nsu.edu

  • Association for Computing Machinery

    The Association for Computer Machinery is widely recognized as the premier membership organization for computing professionals, delivering resources that advance computing as a science and a profession; enabling professional development; and promoting policies and research that benefit society.

    Advisor: Johnathan Graham | jmgraham@nsu.edu

  • Association of General Con. Of America (AGCA)

    The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is the leading association for the construction industry. AGC represents more than 26,000 firms, including over 6,500 of America’s leading general contractors, and over 9,000 specialty-contracting firms. More than 10,500 service providers and suppliers are also associated with AGC, all through a nationwide network of chapters.

    Advisor: Mamadou Konate | mkonate@nsu.edu

  • August Wilson Society

    This organization promotes the work of August Wilson and exposes the campus and general public of the rich legacy of African American drama and dramatists.

    Advisor: Wanelle Anderson | wjanderson@nsu.edu

  • Beta Kappa Chi National Scientific Honor Society

    Founded in 1923 Beta Kappa Chi is a collegiate honor society dedicated to the promotion of high scholarship in pure and applied sciences.

    Advisor: Maureen Scott | mscott@nsu.edu

  • Biology Society

    This organization encourages and promotes the growth in understanding of biologic, physical, and health sciences, to utilize current biological understanding in an effort to assist with addressing contemporary social issues, and to promote the general welfare and good fellowship of all student biologists and related scientists.

    Advisor: Dr. Ashley Haines | anhaines@nsu.edu

  • Campus Presence of VA Organizing

    The NSU Campus Presence of Virginia Organizing is a body of college students who are dedicated to educating and involving students on campus and people in the surrounding community to address issues that affect their quality of life. The NSU Campus Presence of Virginia Organizing encourages participation by building relationships with individuals in groups throughout the state. The NSU Campus Presence of Virginia Organizing and the state affiliation, Virginia Organizing as a whole strive to work together for successful community development.

    Advisor: Kirsten Ericksen | ksericksen@nsu.edu

  • Caribbean Students Association

    This organization fosters social and intellectual interaction between Caribbean Students at NSU and the interaction with the Hampton Roads Community.

    Advisor: Kim Malone | kdmalone@nsu.edu

  • Carolina Connection Pre-Alum

    This organization brings visibility to the university in the states of North and South Carolina for the purpose of recruitment.

    Advisor: Cassondra Gwathney | cegwathney@nsu.edu

  • Christian Student Fellowship

    The Christian Student Fellowship is committed to living and promoting Christian principles and lifestyles. We provide opportunities for an inward journey of spiritual growth and an outward journey of service to others. They offer bible studies, discipleship training, worship services on campus, and social activities.

    Advisor: Dr. Vanessa Jenkins | vcjenkins@nsu.edu

  • Commuter Student Association

    To help inform commuter students about resources and activities provided on the campus; To create a better relationship between Administration and commuter students by becoming more involved with issues concerning them; To enhance the overall university experience of students living off campus.

    Advisor: Sade Calhoun | sncalhoun@nsu.edu

  • DNIMAS Student Association

    To provide an organization through which Dozoretz Scholars may engage in activities that will enhance their academic, social, and intellectual development.

    Adviosr:  Dr. Aliecia McClain | amcclain@nsu.edu

  • Elements of Style: The Printed Revolution

    This organization brings students together by providing the student body with talents including dancing, acting, and modeling.

    Advisor: Robin Price | rprice@nsu.edu

  • English Majors Club

    The English Majors Club will enrich the academic experience of students by fostering an appreciation of the fields and subfields of English and Modern Languages and enhance the cultural environment of the campus.

    Advisor: Desire Baloubi | dbaloubi@nsu.edu

  • Entertainment Alliance

    Entertainment Alliance is a student driven professional entertainment organization/record company that will a create Music CDs, also opportunities of networking and entrepreneurial ventures for Norfolk State University Students; specifically Mass Communication, Music, Marketing and Fine Arts majors.

    Advisor: Gerald Thompson | gethompson@nsu.edu

  • Entrepreneurship Club

    Entrepreneurship Club aims to provide a conduit by which students can access entrepreneurial resources, network with community entrepreneurs, and share ideas. The club is dedicated to furthering understanding about new and small businesses.

    Advisor: Sally Sledge | sasledge@nsu.edu

  • Freshman Class Cabinet

    The Freshman Class Cabinet is organized to act as the executive branch of the Freshman Class. It functions to serve as a forum for debate and discussion of important issues of concern to the NSU Freshman Class population; to enact legislation after such debate/discussion; to make final decisions binding and take an official stance; and to act as a balance of power mechanism of the Freshman Class political structure.

    Advisor: Tarrye Venable | tlvenable@nsu.edu

  • Fusion Dance Company

    This organization provides an open and creative environment for movement while educating the mind, body, and soul through technical dance training.

    Advisor: Dr. Morgan Kirby | mdkirby@nsu.edu

  • Genetics Society of NSU

    The Genetics Society of Norfolk State University is a student organization that is set up to encourage and promote the growth in understanding of biological, physical, and health sciences, to utilize current biological understanding in an effort to assist with addressing contemporary social issues, and to promote the general welfare and good fellowship of all students, biologists, chemists and other related scientists. The Genetics Society of Norfolk State University is open to all students on campus and hopes to improve the quality of campus and community life by bringing speakers to the University to discuss topics related to DNA forensics, medicine, and genetics.
     

    Advisor: Dr. Nazir Bareki | nabarekzi@nsu.edu

  • Golden Key International Honor Society

    Founded November 29, 1977 Golden Key strives to unlock the potential of each of its members by upholding standards of excellence on campus and beyond. Elevated by three pillars, Academics, Leadership and Service, Golden Key sets the standard for achievement in these areas.

    Advisor: Dr. Ernestine Duncan | eduncan@nsu.edu

  • Graduate Students Association

    The Graduate Students Association shall exist to serve the collective interests of the graduate students of NSU by promoting cooperation among graduate students of various programs of study at NSU, representing their interests to the faculty, administration and staff of NSU, providing a vehicle for and promoting cooperation with other graduate student organizations on this campus and state wide, and by providing services to the graduate student body which they cannot provide for themselves as individuals.

    Dr. Desi Hacker | dshacker@nsu.edu

  • Group for Microgravity and Environmental Biology (GMEB) and Strategies for Ecological Education and Diversity Sustainability (SEEDS) club

    SEEDS is an education program of the Ecological Society of America. Its mission is to diversify and advance the profession of ecology through opportunities that stimulate and nurture the interest of underrepresented students

    Advisor: Dr. Camellia Moses Okpodu | cmokpodu@nsu.edu

  • Guild of Fine Arts

    Enriches the educational experience of all students interested in art. The Art Club ensures this through providing trips to Art Museums and Galleries. The trips are used to educate students of art about the fine masters of the past.

    Advisor: Bryan Tillman | btillman@nsu.edu

  • Habitat for Humanity

    Is a nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating poverty housing locally and worldwide. Members are involved in educating the campus and local community about housing issues, building or rehabilitating homes in partnership with homeowners and the community and fundraising for the work of the organization.

    Advisor: Mamadou Konate | mkonate@nsu.edu

  • HBCUs 4 Peace + Love

    This organization provides NSU students with an opportunity to attend on campus information sessions regarding social issues that bring awareness to students of violence in our communities and the world and to promote avenues for world peace.

    Advisor: Damani Drew | djdrew@nsu.edu

  • Health Services Management Association

    This organization is dedicated to representing, educating, and promoting the interests of all students focused on careers in the health services industry.

    Advisor: Bernice A. Sawyer-Watson | bswatson@nsu.edu

  • Health, Physical Ed. & Exercise Science Major's Club (HPEX)

    Students develop educational skills and methodology for instruction of team sports an overview of the professional aspects of health and physical education.

    Advisor:  TBA | 

  • History Club

    This club is not just for history majors. This club sponsors field trips, speakers, workshops and other events for all students with an interest in history and is made up of students from many different majors.

    Advisor: Dr. Geoffroy de Laforcade | gdelaforcade@nsu.edu

  • Honda Campus All- Start Challenge Club

    Prepares students for and engage them in head-to-head academic competitions against other Historically Black Colleges and Universities regionally and nationally. 

    Advisor: Gwen Pharr | gepharr@nsu.edu

  • Inclusion For All Formally Known as ( L.E.G.A.S.I.)

    Formally known as L.E.G.A.S.I. was founded in 2004 to advocate on behalf of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students and their allies on campus. It offers both social and educational events throughout the year, and it is considered one of the most active and effective gay-straight alliances in the Commonwealth.

    Advisor: Dr. Faith Fitzgerald | fmfitzgerald@nsu.edu

  • Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

    The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (or IEEE for short) is an international non-profit, professional organization for the advancement of technology related to electricity. It has the most members of any technical professional organization in the world, with more than 400,000 members in more than 160 countries. About 45% of IEEE's members live outside the United States.

    Advisor: Dr. Messauod Bahoura | mbahoura@nsu.edu

  • Interdisciplinary Studies Student Association

    This organization comes together to foster unity and academic excellence between the students of the Department of History and Interdisciplinary Studies (and other departments on campus).

    Advisor: Dr. Aprilfaye Manalang | atmanalang@nsu.edu

  • International Society for Optics and Photonics

    This organization is a not for profit student chapter of SPIE that discusses the advances of emerging technologies through interdisciplinary information exchange, continuing education, publications, patent precedent, and career and professional growth.

    Advisor: Dr. Kyo Song | ksong@nsu.edu

  • International Students Association

    ISA is a social organization for the international students at NSU. They organize events to foster diversity and interaction among students of different nationalities.

    Advisor: Beverly B. Harris | bbharris@nsu.edu

  • Junior Class Cabinet

    The Junior Class Cabinet is organized to act as the executive branch of the Junior Class. It functions to serve as a forum for debate and discussion of important issues of concern to the NSU Junior Class population; to enact legislation after such debate/discussion; to make final decisions binding and take an official stance; and to act as a balance of power mechanism of the Junior Class political structure.

    Advisor: William Bynum | wtbynum@nsu.edu

  • Kappa Delta Pi

    This honor society was founded in 1911 to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching.

    Advisor: Dr. Angela Goodloe | argoodloe@nsu.edu

  • Kweens Kourt

    This organization is a women’s membership movement, nourished by roots in the sisterhood and sustained by the richness of many beliefs and values that draws together members to create opportunities for growth, leadership and empowerment of women.

    Advisor: Dr. Bernadette Holmes | bjholmes@nsu.edu

  • Mass Communications Student Association

    MCSA seeks to unite students, promotes excellent academy activities, and explores opportunities of scholarship and internship for students.

    Advisor: Dr. Wanda Brockington | wgbrockington@nsu.edu

  • Master Social Work Graduate Organization (MSW GO)

    To provide opportunities for graduate students of School of Social Work to become better acquainted with one another, to participate in group activities, to facilitate closer faculty-student relationships, and to assume responsibilities relating to the school and profession of social work.

    Advisor: Carol Beathea | cjbeathea@nsu.edu

  • Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (M.A.P.S.)

    The Minority Association of Pre-Health Students is an organization that facilitates interactions between pre-health membership and the Student National Medical Association (SNMA); to provide knowledge, skills, and experience for pre-health students with aspirations of entering into health professions.

    Advisor: Dr. Howard Duncan | hbduncan@nsu.edu

  • NAACP

    The NAACP is an African-American civil rights organization with a mission to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.

    Advisor: Sheldon Collins | sccollins@nsu.edu

  • National Association of Black Accountants

    To encourage and assist students in entering the accounting profession and     to encourage a commitment to professional development and community service.

    Advisor: Dr. John Kamiru | jkamiru@nsu.edu

  • National Broadcasting Society

    The National Broadcasting Society - is a student and professional society of over eighty-five chapters on college, university, and community college campuses. Through the years, NBS-AERho has had as its purpose the goal of encouraging and rewarding scholarship and accomplishment among students of broadcasting, to establish meaningful communication between student and professional broadcasters and to foster integrity in the use of the powerful instruments of radio, television, film, cable and its' many associated businesses and industries.

    Advisor: Lateef Gibson | lmgibson@nsu.edu
     

  • National College Athlete Honor Society Chi Alpha Sigma

    Chi Alpha Sigma is a nonprofit organization that was established to recognize college student-athletes who excel both on and off the field of competition. The organization was founded in 1996 by then DePauw University head football coach Nick Mourouzis. His goal was to provide outstanding student-athletes with an opportunity to become connected within a fraternal association that aligns their educational and athletic successes for a lifetime.

    Advisor: Wilhelmenia Wright-Harrison| wwharrison@nsu.edu

  • National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)

    NCNW is a non-profit organization with the mission to advance the opportunities and the quality of life for African-American women, their families and communities. NCNW fulfills this mission through research, advocacy, national and community-based services and programs in the United States and Africa. With its 28 national affiliate organizations and its more than 200 community-based sections, NCNW has an outreach to nearly four million women, all contributing to the peaceful solutions to the problems of human welfare and rights

    Advisor: Brianna Steele | bjsteele@nsu.edu

  • National Society of Black Engineers

    The mission of this organization is to increase the number of culturally responsible engineers that excel academically and positively impact the community. Members are exposed to workshops, networking opportunities, scholarships, assistantships, career placements and community service opportunities

    Advisor: Dr. Messaoud Bahoura | mbahoura@nsu.edu

  • National Society of Minorities in Hospitality

    This organization is the premier professional organization for tourism & hospitality students.

    Advisor: Lawrence Epplein | leepplein@nsu.edu

  • National Student Nurses Association

    The National Student Nurses Association is a nonprofit organization for students enrolled in associate, baccalaureate, diploma, and generic graduate nursing programs. It is dedicated to fostering the professional development of nursing students.

    Advisor: Sandra Olanitori | sjolanitori@nsu.edu

  • NextGen America

    This organization involves youth in the political world.

    Advisor: Aberra Meshesha | ameshesha@nsu.edu

  • No Souls Untouched

    This organization provides a community of faith for students who wish to pursue a biblically defined Christian lifestyle on NSU’s campus and foster each member through Biblical training, teaching and mentoring.

    Advisor: Meshea Vann | mkvann@nsu.edu

  • Non-Traditional

    Non-Traditional is geared toward non-traditional students on the campus of NSU. 

    Advisor: Barbara Johnson | bajohnson@nsu.edu

  • NSU Boxing Club

    To facilitate safe and educational boxing experience for college students.

    Advisor: T.J. Smith | tjsmith@nsu.edu

  • NSU Campus Presence of Virginia Organizing

    A body of college students who are dedicated to educating and involving students on campus and people in the surrounding community to address issues that affect their quality of life.

  • NSU Cheerleaders

    The Norfolk State University Spirit Program is a highly visible and enthusiastic group on campus. Our primary purpose is to support Intercollegiate Athletics and serve as ambassadors by appearing at university functions and community events. 

    Advisor: Khrystin Armor | koarmor@nsu.edu

  • NSU Choirs

    Norfolk State University Concert Choir has been under the baton of outstanding, talented, and dedicated music educators since their inception in 1945. The choir which performed twice at the White House is known for the beauty of its choral tone and the ability to render exemplary performances of choral works of the great masters, as well as authentic performances of Negro spirituals, and works by African-American composers.

    Advisor: Latasha Jackson | lnjackson@nsu.edu

  • NSU Dance Theatre

    To provide professional level training and opportunities for interested students to study and perform for campus and community organizations.

    Advisor: Dr. Tarin Hampton | tthampton@nsu.edu

  • NSU Nutrition Club

    Nutrition Club is a student organization at NSU for students entering careers in a nutrition-related field.

    Advisor: Jill Comess | jcomess@nsu.edu

  • NSU Optical Society

    This organization’s aims include enhancement of awareness of the optical science and engineering among various communities; serving as a means of communication and interaction between students, faculty, and administrations and; broadening the student's insight of post-graduate opportunities.

    Advisor: Dr. Mikhail Noginov | mnoginov@nsu.edu

  • NSU Policy and Debate Society

    NSU policy and debate society is open to Norfolk State University students of all majors and is contingent upon proper attendance and participation in events.

    Advisor: Dr. Olusoji Akomolafe | oakomolafe@nsu.edu

  • Online Student Organization

    The NSU Online organization is committed to increasing student involvement through the promotion of student-related events and activities, increasing awareness of the NSU-OSO, and increasing students’ effectiveness and efficiency in their online courses with virtual Blackboard workshops.

    Students can connect with other students taking online courses, keep abreast of the latest news in online learning, discuss tips, and read about online-student success stories and access resources to help with their online journey.

    Advisor: Shelley Scott-Johnson | stscott-johnson@nsu.edu

  • Phi Epsilon Kappa (University Fitness)

    This chapter of this organization promotes and explores academic and career affairs associated with the field of physical education, health, recreation, and dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine, and sports management.

    Advisor: Beatrice Darden-Melton | bdarden-melton@nsu.edu

  • Pi Sigma Epsilon

    Is a collegiate organization of students who are interested in the advancement of marketing, selling and sales management as a career and profession.

    Advisor: Sally Sledge | sasledge@nsu.edu

  • Psi Chi International Honor Society

    The purpose of PSI CHI is to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship while advancing the science of Psychology.

    Advisor: Dr. Andrew Franklin | asfranklin@nsu.edu

  • Psychology Club

    The psychology club is a social organization composed of Psychology majors and NSU students who express an interest in the field. The goal of the club is to increase understanding in the field, facilitate interaction among students, and enrich students' social experiences. Main activities consist of social gatherings and community service events.

    Advisor: Dr. Ronald Thomas | rethomas@nsu.edu

  • Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

    The foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications. We seek to advance the public relations profession by nurturing generations of future professionals. We advocate rigorous academic standards for public relations education, the highest ethical principles and diversity in the profession.

    Advisor: Dr. Morgan Kirby | mdkirby@nsu.edu

  • RC Nusbaum Honors College

    This organization support the Honors College in its quest: to raise the level of academic standards and expectations at the university; to provide an enriched and challenging program of study for students who manifest exceptional academic potential; to improve the university’s ability to attract, matriculate and graduate such scholars; to enrich the entire university community by sponsoring and co-sponsoring worthwhile academic and co-curricular events.

    Advisor: Dr. Page Laws | prlaws@nsu.edu

  • Residence Hall Association

    The mission of the Residence Hall Association is to make sure that all of our residents are represented by the motto, “Great living for Great students”. RHA members try their best to guarantee that each student’s residential living experience is the best it can be.

    Advisor: Shayla Schaffer | slschaffer@nsu.edu

  • Senior Class Cabinet

    The Senior Class Cabinet is organized to act as the executive branch of the Senior Class. It functions to serve as a forum for debate and discussion of important issues of concern to the NSU Senior Class population; to enact legislation after such debate/discussion; to make final decisions binding and take an official stance; and to act as a balance of power mechanism of the Senior Class political structure.

    Advisor: Tarrye Venable | tlvenable@nsu.edu

  • Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society

    Founded in 1924 Sigma Tau Delta is an English honor society created to confer distinction for high achievement in English language and literature studies to promote interest in literature and the English language on campuses, and to foster the discipline of English in all its aspects.

    Advisor: Damani Drew | djdrew@nsu.edu

  • Sister Circle

    This female based organizations promotes a positive image amongst women on campus by doing community service and raising awareness of prevalent topics throughout the student body as well as forming a sisterhood on campus.  

    Advisor: Julia Wingard | jbwingard@nsu.edu

  • Society of Manufacturing Engineers

    To teach students how to use SME as a manufacturing technology information resource.

    Advisor: Dr. Jeenson Sheen | jsheen@nsu.edu

  • Society of Physics

    This is an organization for students that are interested in Physics.

    Advisor: James Toy | jltoy@nsu.edu

  • Sophomore Class Cabinet

    The Sophomore Class Cabinet is organized to act as the executive branch of the Sophomore Class. It functions to serve as a forum for debate and discussion of important issues of concern to the NSU Sophomore Class population; to enact legislation after such debate/discussion; to make final decisions binding and take an official stance; and to act as a balance of power mechanism of the Sophomore Class political structure.

    Advisor: Sade Calhoun | sncalhoun@nsu.edu

  • Spanish Club

    The Spanish Club is a student run organization that focuses on the Spanish language and Hispanic/Latinx culture and hosts a variety of activities and resources.

    Advisor: Dr. Jennifer Pretak | japretak@nsu.edu

  • Spartan Beekeepers

    To provide a forum for the exchange of information, ideas, and views of mutual interest to beekeepers; to provide education on the practical aspects of beekeeping and elevate the standards of beekeeping.

    Advisor: Carrie L. Brown | clbrown@nsu.edu

  • Spartan Echo

    This is the student newspaper of Norfolk State University. It was established in 1952 and functions as an officially recognized student organization of the university through the Office of Student Activities.

    Advisor: Brandale Mills | bnmills@nsu.edu

  • Spartan Generals

    Spartan Generals is a peer mentoring program that will offer a personal mentor to the incoming freshmen.Spartan Generals is a peer mentoring program that will offer a personal mentor to the incoming freshmen.

    Advisor: Tarrye Venable | tlvenable@nsu.edu

  • Spartan “Legion” Marching Band

    In the world of collegiate marching bands, the award winning Norfolk State University Spartan “Legion” has made a name for itself as one of the premier Marching Bands in the country. The “Legion” consists of 250 staff, student musicians, dancers, and flags from states nationwide, including, the Virgin Islands and the Bahamas.

    The “Legion” exhibits a presence evocative of the storied “Spartans”. Their varied synchronized and precise marching styles, inclusive of their fierce look and demeanor, include high-stepping, the rigid strut and the glide or military style. Their utter presence embraces and exudes pride, which is coupled with their robust and magnificent sound. They have been consistently critically acclaimed and have drawn rave reviews on an international platform in all media. 

    Advisor: William Beathea | whbeathea@nsu.edu

  • Spartan Scribblers

    This organization is a creative writing club that is utilized to expand the knowledge and art of writing with in college students by partaking in writing workshop, student performances, and constructive critiques.

    Advisor: Dr. Gary Wilkens | gcwilkens@nsu.edu

  • Spartan Wardroom

    Organization to increase student knowledge of the U.S. Navy, develop leadership abilities and to network with on and off campus leaders.

    Advisor: Matthew Wittkopp | mkwittkopp@nsu.edu

  • Student Activities Board

    The Student Activities Board is committed to bringing new and innovative events to Norfolk State University students. SAB seeks to create a well-rounded student experience throughout the development of engaging programs and activities for the student body.

    Advisor: Sade Calhoun | sncalhoun@nsu.edu

  • Student Ambassadors

    NSU Student Ambassadors is an enthusiastic group of outgoing Students that introduce Spartan Pride and Spirit to future students while maintaining positive connection to past and present Spartans. The mission is to recruit, officially represent and positively serve Norfolk State University.

    Advisor: Meshea Vann | mkvann@nsu.edu

  • Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

    The NSU SAAC acts as the voice of student athletes and serves as the liaison between the student athletes and the athletic administration. Members are the voice of NSU student athletes in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) and reach out to local communities through community service.

    Advisor: LaTrese Barker | ljbarker@nsu.edu

  • Students for Christ

    This organization gives young adults the opportunity to express themselves in Christ.

    Advisor: Christina Ruffin | clruffin@nsu.edu

  • Student Government Association

    The Student Government Association (SGA) accepts the duties of promoting academic excellence and social cultivation. Our goal is to foster greater unity and cooperation between the Administration, Board of Visitors, and the communities at large, maintain an atmosphere conducive to high scholastic achievement, provide beneficial activities and help prepare the student body to face the challenges of the future.

    Advisor: Tarrye Venable | tlvenable@nsu.edu

  • Student Nurses Association

    SNA is dedicated to fostering the professional development of nursing students. With 60,000 members nationwide, NSNA is the voice of the future of the nursing profession.

    Advisor: Sandra Olanitori | sjolanitori@nsu.edu

  • Student Virginia Education Association

    This is a professional pre-service teacher organization. It provides opportunities for NSU college students to explore education as a profession

    Advisor: Jillian Ardley | jnardley@nsu.edu

  • Swim Club

    The Norfolk State University Swim Club is made of people who enjoy swimming as a great cardiovascular workout. The club encourages new members to join its friendly social group. Swimming is one of the most beneficial cardiovascular workouts you can get!

    Advisor: Dr. Shaun Anderson | smanderson@nsu.edu

  • Taekwondo Club

    To provide a safe learning environment for the successful acquisition and execution of a tradition form of martial arts: taekwondo, meaning “the way of the hand and foot.

    Advisor: Dr. Kyo Song | ksong@nsu.edu

  • Teacher PREP Club

    To serve all education majors, is committed to upholding the standards and goals of excellence in Teacher Education at all levels.

    Advisor: Marquetta Brown | mlbrown@nsu.edu

  • The League of Extraordinary Men

    To provide non-critical, non-threatening outlets for men on campus.

    Advisor: Dr. Geoffroy de Laforcade | gdelaforcade@nsu.edu

  • The League of Extraordinary Women

    To provide a harmless, supportive, and encouraging environment for all collegiate women by complementing the idea of sisterhood to enhance, integrity, academic, and leadership skills.

    Advisor: Carrie Brown | clbrown@nsu.edu

  • Urban Control Ent. Crew

    The purpose of this organization is to show a positive example for the youth in the community and NSU through the use of the arts: rapping, singing, dancing, acting and poetry. This is a service based organization.

    Advisor: Dr. Patricia Saunders Nixon | psnixon@nsu.edu

  • Virginia 21

    Engaged over 65,000 young people in the political process by providing information, directing advocacy and coordinating political action on a non-partisan agenda that includes higher education, economic development, and good government.

    Advisor: Renecia Thornton | rdthornton@nsu.edu

  • W.E.B. DuBois Sociology Club

    The W.E.B DuBois Sociology Club guides students to better understand the problems and the needs of our society, people, community, and environment through a sociological perspective. They seek to gain knowledge of our culture, our groups, organizations, institutions, and to advocate for social justice. The club also aims to raise awareness and educate the NSU campus community about social injustices within our society.

    Advisor: Dr. Austin Ashe | awashe@nsu.edu

  • Wesley Westminster Campus Ministry

    Provide an ecumenical witness to Christ in the N.S.U. community though the sharing of God's Word and by ministering to the needs of students and other constituents of the campus community.

    Advisor: Wanda Boone | wlboone@nsu.edu

  • West Coast Connect

    West Coast Connect is a student organization created to intertwine students from the west coast region into the HBCU experience at Norfolk State University. Members of West Coast Connect will assist in providing a familiar environment for new and current students who are from the west coast. West Coast Connect brings visibility to diverse cultures from the West Coast region. In doing so, it establishes a familiar environment for West Coast students. As well, combining and exposing students from other regions to different cultural backgrounds that will create bonds that will last a lifetime.

    From community service events, student bonding, West Coast inspired events, academic encouragement for out of state students as well as in state students, and a home away from home. We want to bring a eclectic perspective and experience to add to Norfolk State University’s amazing student body.

    Advisor: Faith Fitzgerald  | fmfitzgerald@nsu.edu

  • Whitney M. Young Social Work Club

    The purpose of this club is to supplement classroom work in the Social Work field, to promote efforts on behalf of human well-being, to listen to and confer with speakers in the field, and to develop a one on one relationships among students of common purpose.

    Advisor: Lendora T. Riddick | ltriddick@nsu.edu

  • Women Artistry & Motivational Memoir (WAMM)

    This organization is dedicated to preparing entrepreneurs for self-proprietorship and self-taught artistry with knowledge of business, while promoting professional growth and development, organizational behavior, and financial literacy.  

    Advisor: Dr. Donald T. Joyner | dtjoyner@nsu.edu

  • Young Democrats

    To support and elect Democratic candidates for public office; To widen and increase the interest, knowledge, and participation of young people in government, the political process, and civic involvement; To train and develop young people for positions of leadership; To serve those in need in our community; To increase awareness and activism on issues of importance to young people; To increase the role of underrepresented people in the Democratic Party, government, and society; To provide opportunities for young people to network and socialize.

    Advisor: Dr. Olusoji Akomolafe | oakomolafe@nsu.edu

  • Young Life Multicultural

    A non-denominational, Christian organization committed to impacting kids’ lives and preparing them for the futureA non-denominational, Christian organization committed to impacting kids’ lives and preparing them for the future.

    Advisor: David Booker | dlbooker@nsu.edu

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

    Founder January 15, 1908 at Howard University. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is dedicated to cultivating and encouraging high scholastic and ethical standards, promoting unity and friendship among college women and being of service to all mankind. http://www.aka1908.com

    Advisor: Dr. Colita Fairfax | cnfairfax@nsu.edu

  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

    Founded at Cornell University on December 4, 1906. Alpha Phi Alpha was the first historically black Greek fraternity. The Service fraternity was founded on the aims of manly deeds, scholarship and love for all mankind. The Epsilon Pi Chapter here at Norfolk State prides itself on its service to the campus as well as the Norfolk Community.  www.apa1906.net

    Advisor: Dr. Leon Rouson | lrouson@nsu.edu

  • Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity

    Founded December 16, 1925 Alpha Phi Omega’s is to assemble college students in a national service fraternity with principles derived from the Scout Oath and Law of the Boy Scouts of America, develop Leadership, and to further the freedom that is our national heritage. www.apo.org

    Advisor: Ricky Hopkins | rlhopkins@nsu.edu

  • Chi Eta Phi Nursing Organization

    Founded October 16, 1932 the purpose of is to elevate the plan of nursing and increase interest in the field of nursing.  www.chietaphi.com

    Advisor: Sibena Samuel-Harris | snsamuel-harris@nsu.edu

  • Council of Independent Organizations

    The Council of Independent Organizations’ purpose is to serve as a statement of unity and a collective voice among independent organizations on the campus of the Norfolk State University. It is hoped that the CIO would come to represent not only independent African American based fraternal/sorority organizations, but all fraternal/sorority organizations on the campus of Norfolk State University

    Advisor: William Bynum | wtbynum@nsu.edu

  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

    Founded January 13, 1913, Delta Sigma Theta strives to promote academic excellence; provide scholarships; provide support to the underserved; and educate and stimulate participation in the establishment of positive public policy. www.deltasigmatheta.org

    Advisor: Sheryll B. Heard | sheard@nsu.edu

  • Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.

    Founded September 13, 1963 Iota Phi Theta’s purpose is, the development and perpetuation of Scholarship, Leadership, Citizenship, Fidelity, and Brotherhood among Men. www.iotaphitheta.org

    Advisor: VACANT

  • Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. – SUSPENDED

    A national Greek Service organization Founded January 5, 1911, on the ideal of achievement. The fraternity hopes to instill high ideals and a unquenchable desire to achieve, both in college and in the subsequent life, within each member.  https://kap.site-ym.com

    Advisor: VACANT

  • Kappa Kappa Psi Fraternity National Honorary Band Fraternity

    Is a honorary co-ed band fraternity and a national service organization Founded November 27, 1919, Kappa Kappa Psi is dedicated to the promotion of leadership and improvement of collegiate bands in the United States. www.kkpsi.org

    Advisor: William Beathea | whbeathea@nsu.edu

  • National Pan Hellenic Council (NPHC)

    To create and maintain high standard in the life of fraternities and sororities; to perpetuate constructive fraternity and sorority relationships; to foster an understanding of the structure and method of operation among the affiliate organizations; to address, coordinate, and develop action strategies on matters of mutual concern to affiliate organizations; and to serve as the conduit for such action plans as may be developed.

    Advisor: Tarrye Venable | tlvenable@nsu.edu

  • National Society of Pershing Angels Sorority, Inc.

    Founded February 9, 1965 Pershing Angels is dedicated to fostering a spirit of friendship and cooperation among women in the military department and maintaining a highly efficient drill company. www.pershingangels.org

    Advisor: Katrina Roberts | kdroberts@nsu.edu

  • National Society of Pershing Rifles, Fraternity, Inc.

    Founded October 2, 1894, Pershing Rifles is a military drill company that focuses on developing outstanding traits of leadership, military science, military bearing, and discipline within the framework of a military oriented, honorary fraternity. www.pershingriflessociety.org

    Advior: Timmy Hall | twhall@nsu.edu

  • Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.

    Founded November 17, 1911 at Howard University was established to foster friendship and demonstrate manhood in affirmative social interaction in order to uplift all men. The organization is a national fraternity that promotes the four principals of manhood, scholarship, perseverance, and uplift. www.oppf.org

    Advisor: Terry Butler | twbutler@nsu.edu

  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. – SUSPENDED

    Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., January 9, 1914, by three young African-American male students. This Organization is founded on the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service. www.phibetasigma1914.org

    Advisor: VACANT

  • Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America, Inc.

    Founded October 6, 1898 Phi Mu Alpha is dedicated to the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students; the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the Alma Mater. www.sinfonia.org

    Advisor: Patrick Riddick | pdriddick@nsu.edu

  • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc.

    Founded November 12, 1922 at Butler University, is an international sorority comprised of women devoted to community service and the promotion of high scholastic achievement. This organization is a traditionally black Greek letter organization offering a unique sisterhood for women of outstanding character and integrity.  www.sgrho1922.org

    Advisor: Shameena V.R. Morris | svmorris@nsu.edu

  • Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Sorority

    Founded March 26, 1946, Tau Beta Sigma provides exceptional service to collegiate bands and promotes equality and diversity, including empowering women in the band profession. They cultivate leadership, educational achievement, music appreciation and community development. www.tbsigma.org

    Advisor: Stephanie K. Sanders | sksanders@nsu.edu

  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

    Founded January 16, 1920 at Howard University, is a Greek organization dedicated to the ideals of sisterly love, scholarship, service and finer womanhood. The organization sponsors various service and social activities for the campus and community.  www.zphib1920.org

    Advisor: Dr. Melissa Barnes | mjbarnes@nsu.edu

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  • Active Minds at Norfolk State University

    This organization increases the awareness of students, faculty, and staff at NSU about issues surrounding mental health and symptoms related to mental health disorders.

    Advisor: Marilyn Lewis | mwlewis@nsu.edu

  • Greek Life

    Recognized Greek-Letter Organizations.