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Conduct informal meetings on campus for ministry to their constituency. Meetings scheduled must be
coordinated with the director of student ministries.
Social Clubs for Men
Kappa Phi Omega, Sigma Delta Sigma, Theta Alpha Zeta, Zeta Chi, and Beta Delta Gamma.
Social Clubs for Women
Alpha Iota Omega, EPiA, Phi Phi Phi, and Sigma Alpha.
Service clubs fill many needs on the campus and in the community by assisting with campus projects and providing
service as it is needed. Service clubs are Epsilon Phi Alpha for women and Beta Delta Gamma for men, Fellowship
of Christian Athletes, and Mission Volunteers. Alpha Phi Omega is a national service organization and is open to all
undergraduate and graduate men and women.
International Student Fellowship membership includes all international students and students who have lived
abroad. Events are open to all HSU students, faculty, and staff.
Two organizations that focus on multicultural education and bridge-building are also available. The Unity Group is
a coed organization and there is a women’s multicultural sorority.
Professional and departmental organizations are outlined in the University Catalog.
Organization Participation Requirements
Only full-time students are allowed to pledge an organization which has a pledging program.
Students are required to have at least a 2.0 overall GPA and must have completed a minimum of 12 hours to
pledge any organization that has a pledging program.
First-term freshmen are eligible to join any departmental or honorary organization that does not have a pledging
All organizations that have pledging periods must submit a sponsor-approved list of pledge activities to the
Student Development Office at least one week before pledging activities begin.
All organizations having a 2.0 overall GPA requirement will submit to the Student Development Office a list of
prospective members for GPA clearance before any official steps are taken toward membership. A list of active
members will be submitted to the Student Development Office for GPA clearance by the end of the second week
of each semester.
To be an active member of any student organization that has a pledging program, a student must be carrying a
minimum of 12 hours and have a minimum overall GPA of 2.0. The only exception to this is a senior student
needing less than 12 hours in his/her last semester for graduation requirements. Students failing to meet this
requirement become an inactive member. (Inactive means they cease all club activities, except intramurals, but
Honorary memberships in all social and service organizations will be limited to persons who are not students.
Besides the minimum 2.00 GPA requirement, a student must have completed 21 hours in the last academic year.
The purpose of this policy is to ensure that all students involved in school activities are also making satisfactory