Student Organizations and Activities

The University provides a well-balanced program of activities for moral, spiritual, cultural and physical development of its students. Religious, cultural, social and recreational activities are sponsored by various committees, departments, and organizations of the University. Outstanding artists, lecturers and dramatic productions are brought to the campus. The Council of Presidents (COP) of North Carolina A&T State University serves as the governing body of student organizations.

The Council of Presidents (COP) of North Carolina A&T State University serves as the governing body of student organizations. After student organization leaders have registered their organizations, they are then eligible to use all campus facilities at no cost to the organization.

The Executive Director of Student Activities provides interpretation of the University's policies as they relate to organizational community. All events must reflect the interest of the University community. Permission to use University facilities may be denied or revoked for non-compliance with the Guidelines and Implementing Procedures for the use of University facilities.

Approximately one hundred fifty (150) organizations are registered and approved on the campus.  Categorically, the organizations include, National Honor Societies, Departmental Clubs, Gospel Choir, Social Clubs, Student Military Organizations, Fraternities, Sororities, Hometown Clubs, Residence Councils, the Student Union Advisory Board, Class Organizations and Drama Societies. Other University sponsored organizations include the University Choir, University Band and the Student Government Association.

Descriptions and membership requirements for all University recognized and registered organizations are printed in the Student Organizations Handbook. The Office of Student Activities publishes a listing of student organizations, their purposes, objectives, chief officers, and advisors annually. Please contact the Office of Student Activities on the 2nd Floor of the Memorial Student Union or by email at osa@ncat.edu.