Student Clubs & Organizations

North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University has over 120 student clubs and organizations to meet almost any of your academic, cultural, informative, creative or just fun interests. These clubs and organizations were founded by students like you who want to connect with other students like themselves. Involvement in campus organizations can be both a rewarding and educational experience. There are many benefits to joining a student organization: making friends, developing and using new skills and abilities, becoming part of a team, learning to set and achieve goals and just enjoying yourself. One thing is for sure, if there isn't a club or organization that piques your interest, you can easily find a friend interested in starting one with you. At N.C. A&T, we strive to assist students in providing leadership for their organizations by familiarizing them with available resources.

STUDENTS, FACULTY, & STAFF: For more information or assistance with student clubs and organizations, please contact the Council of Presidents (COP) at

EXTERNAL ENTITIES: Please contact the Office of Career Services at to either present or be invited to a meeting to present to clubs/organizations.

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We encourage you to look for the group that best suits you!

Interested in Starting an Organization?

The first step on your journey to forming and creating a student organization is stopping by the Office of Student Activities and Campus Involvement located in the Student Center, Suite 332. You can either arrange to meet with a Council of President Executive Board Member or stop by the front desk to pick up an intent to register form and grab a sample justification letter.  The New Student Organization Application Window and timeline is as follows: 


Intent Form & Justification Letter submitted:

COP Decisions Sent Out:

NSO Orientation:

All Initial Forms turned in by:

NSO Constitution Review Meeting:

RSO Presentation Meeting:

Fall '19

Aug 26 – Sep 23

Sep 27

Sep 30 – Oct 11

Oct 18

Oct 21 – Nov 8

Dec 3

Spring '20

Jan 21 - Feb 17

Feb 21

Feb 24 – March 13

March 20

March 23 – April 10

April 28

Please remember this is only the first step, the Council of Presidents Executive Board will be there to assist you along your journey if you are approved to move forward in the process.