Clubs and Organizations
Student organizations play an important role in campus life at A&M-Texarkana. Throughout the year, these groups sponsor a variety of extra and co-curricular activities for the campus and local community. In addition, student organizations provide a means for students to develop and refine leadership skills and to interact and network with students, faculty and staff.
There are over 30 recognized student organizations at Texas A&M University-Texarkana. They are broken down into 6 different categories:
Organizations related to a particular academic area or field of study.
- Accounting Club
- Drama Club
- Future Teachers Association
- S.T.E.M. Club
- Mass Communication Club
- NTCC Education Club
- Pre-Health Professional Society
- Psychology Club
- Sociology Club
- University Historians
Recognized local and national Greek Letter Organizations.
- Kappa Sigma Fraternity
- Omega Delta Chi Sorority
- Panhellenic Interest Group
- Phi Lambda Chi Fraternity
- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
National Honorary Societies
Nationally affiliated organizations that represent membership of students with high academic standards either by classification or by special areas of study.
- Chi Sigma Iota (Counseling)
- Delta Mu Delta (Business)
- Kappa Delta Pi (Education)
- Phi Alpha Theta (History)
- Psi Chi (Psychology)
- Sigma Tau Delta (English)
- Alpha Chi (Honors)
Organizations that exist to provide a religious and social outlet for students.
- Baptist Student Ministries
- Real Talk
- Young Life
Organizations created and maintained to stimulate the special areas not associated with any academic department.
- Fishing Club
- Golf Club
- Multicultural Association
- Student Competitive Academics
- Student Veterans Association
- Table Top Gamers
Organizations that operate under the umbrella of the Division of Student Life with programs benefiting the entire campus.
- Campus Activities Board (CAB)
- Greek Council
- Residence Hall Association (RHA)
- Student Government Association (SGA)
- Student Organizations Council (SOC)
Don't see an organization for you?
Starting a student organization is easy! All it takes is 5 current students, a faculty/staff advisor, and filling out some simple paperwork! Come by the Student Life Office (University Center 126) and we will gladly help you get started!
For current club officers:
For your convenience, we have put all of our club forms online. On our "Club Forms" page you should be able to find everything you need to register your organization (which must be done annually), reserve a room for a meeting, or request funds for your organization! As always, if you need any help, please come by our office and we will be happy to assist you!