Alabama A&M Dance Team
Student organizations provide students with the opportunity to enrich his or her educational experiences at the University by presenting expanded channels of self expression, personal growth, development, and service.
There are approximately 50 Registered Student Organizations on campus.
Types of Student Organizations
Greek Letter – National Pan-Hellenic Council
AAMU Honors Program
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society
Beta Kappa Chi National Scientific Honor Society
AAMU Bulldog Veterans
Alima Dance Company
House Arrest 2 Championship Dance Team
Maroon Dynasty Dance Team
Sigma Alpha Iota
Registered/Recognized Student Organizations
In order to remain an active organization on campus at Alabama A&M University, each group is responsible for completing 50 hours of documented community service within an academic year and organizations with Queens must satisfy 25 hours of documented community service. Additionally, organizations must sponsor five (5) programs during an academic year. At least two (2) programs must come from the following thrusts: Leadership, Diversity, Social Networking, Conflict Resolution, Effective Communication, Emotional Health & Wellness, and Spirituality.
Guiding Document – “Life on the Hill Student Handbook”
Must register every year with Office of Student Activities & Leadership Development
New organization must have a minimum of 10 full-time students
Each organization is responsible for developing or providing a mission statement and purpose of the organization, a constitution, a calendar of events, and a roster of their officers and members with contact information submitted in OrgSync to be reviewed by the Organizational Justification Committee
Each organization must have 2 Advisors
Organizations must comply with all rules and regulations set by the University