Campus Involvement

THE OFFICE OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES

The Office of Student Activities supports individual students and student organizations in the design, implementation, and assessment of social, cultural, recreational, and educational programs. These activities are tailored to enhance the academic and personal progress of the students in the University Community. The Office encourages you to get involved on campus through our clubs and organizations.


CAMPUS CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

The Office of Student Activities sponsors the Student Organizational Fair, held annually during the Fall semester. Its purpose is to provide student clubs, groups and organizations with the opportunity to recruit new members. Each group is given table space in which to display its club's purpose, achievements, and activities, through flyers, news articles, pamphlets and other materials.

Class Organizations:

  • Freshman Class
  • Sophomore Class
  • Junior Class
  • Senior Class

Councils:

  • Council on Independent Organizations
  • Evening School Council
  • Federation of Presidents (UMOJA COUNCIL)
  • Commuter Council
  • Inter-Faith Council
  • Pan-Hellenic Council

Organizations with Academic Affiliations:

  • Accounting Club
  • American Marketing
  • Art Club
  • Biology Club
  • Charles C. Key Club
  • Chemistry Club (Student Affiliates of the American Chemical Society)
  • Computer Science
  • Holmes Debating Society
  • Economics Club
  • English Club
  • The Engineering Society (BEAM)
  • French Club (Cercle Francais)
  • German Club (Die Mauritiusrunde)
  • Health and Physical Education Club
  • History Club
  • Human Ecology Club
  • Mathematics Club
  • Morgan Players (Ira Aldridge)
  • Morgan Political Union
  • Music Educators National Conference
  • Philosophy Club Physics Club
  • Psychological Society
  • Social Work Organization
  • Society for the Advancement of Management
  • Sociology Club
  • Spanish Club (El Circulo Espanol)
  • Student Mental Health
  • Thurgood Marshall Pre-Law Club
  • Urban Studies Association

Honor Societies:

  • Alpha Delta Mu
  • Alpha Epsilon Rho
  • Alpha Kappa Mu
  • Alpha Lambda Delta National Scholastic Society
  • Alpha Mu Gamma
  • Alpha Psi Omega
  • Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society in Continuing Higher Education
  • Beta Kappa Chi
  • Delta Mu Delta
  • Gamma Theta Upsilon
  • Kappa Delta Pi
  • Kappa Kappa Psi
  • Lambda Iota Tau Mu Alpha Tau
  • Mu Chapter (National Cross Keys Fraternity)
  • Phi Alpha Theta
  • Phi Beta Lambda
  • Phi Delta Kappa
  • Phi Eta Sigma
  • SigmaPhi Sigma
  • Tau Pi Delta Phi
  • Pi Gamma Mu
  • Pi Mu Epsilon
  • Promethean Kappa Tau
  • Psi Chi
  • Tau Beta Sigma

Fraternities:

  • Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Inc.
  • National Society of Pershing Rifles
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
  • Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
  • Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
  • Alpha Nu Omega Fraternity, Inc.
  • Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.
  • Phi Omicron Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Sororities:

  • Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
  • National Society of Pershing Angels Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
  • Alpha Nu Omega Sorority, Inc.
  • Phi Omicron Psi Sorority, Inc.

Religious Organizations:

  • Abundant Life Prayer Group
  • Apostolic Club
  • Baptist Club
  • Canterbury Club
  • Martin Luther King Club
  • Muslim Club
  • Wesley Club
  • Young Women's Christian Association
  • New Generations Campus Ministries

Specialty Organizations:

  • Bearmania Pep Squad Cadets Officers Club
  • Caribbean Student Association
  • Gentlemen of Quality
  • International Students Association
  • Promethean Staff
  • Rainbow Soul: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Students and their allies
  • Spokesman Staff
  • University Ushers

Interested? Questions? Contact The Office of Student Activities at 114 McKeldin Center 443.885.3470


STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

The Student Government Association (SGA) at Morgan State University is an important factor in the lives the University community. Students are encouraged to participate in self-government. The SGA consists of two branches:

Executive Branch: President, Vice President and other officers, elected by the student body.

Legislative Branch: The Student Senate of five elected representatives from each of the undergraduate classes.

All student organizations may participate in the governance of student affairs through the Umoja Council. The council is composed of representatives from all registered organizations and deals with student life in general. The SGA Office is located in McKeldin 318. Questions? Please call 443.885.3454


OFFICE OF COMMUNITY SERVICE

Morgan students are encouraged to participate in effective and challenging community service programs that address the social, cultural, educational and recreational needs of the residents in the Baltimore metropolitan area. The Office of Community Service provides interested students with the training, supervision, support, recognition and evaluation needed to participate in community volunteer programs. Are you interested? Please contact the Director of Community Service, in Montebello Room C-209 or call 443.885.4328.


ATHLETICS AND RECREATION

Morgan State University's Athletic program is looking forward to a bright future. With recent renovations to both our outdoor and indoor facilities, Morgan now has the facilities to rival those of any other institution. Morgan offers an extensive Division I intercollegiate athletics program for students enrolled at the University. The sports offered include football, men's and women's basketball, cross-country, tennis, track and field, women's volleyball, softball and bowling.

The Morgan State University Athletics Department is committed to the principle and practice of gender equity. This commitment is reflected in every facet of departmental operations. The University is a member of the Eastern College Athletic Conference, the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and the National Collegiate Athletic Associations.

All students are encouraged to make use of the available facilities such as the swimming pool, gym, tennis courts and weight rooms. Athletes are subject to the same academic standards which apply to other students and must maintain satisfactory academic progress in order to continue participating in the program.

Are you interested in the Athletics Program? Visit the Hill Field House or call 443.885.3050. For recreational facility hours please visit 208 Hurt Gymnasium or call 443.885.3210.