Student Organizations

At HSU, we have a thriving student body that is highly involved within various Clubs and Organizations. No matter whether it is a special interest group, a Greek social club, an academic club, or an Intramural team, involvement in any group is what makes our students’ experiences the best they can be. We

constantly have students asking about creating new groups on our campus and we love getting them set up! It is great to see students get involved.

Club Name Description
Alpha Iota Omega Our purpose shall be to promote and develop Christian sisterhood, and to encourage and support HSU.
Alpha Phi Omega It is the VISION of Alpha Phi Omega to be recognized as the premier service-based leadership development organization. It is the MISSION of Alpha Phi Omega to prepare campus and community leaders through service. The VALUES of Alpha Phi Omega are to develop leadership, promote friendship and provide service. The OBJECTIVES of Alpha Phi Omega are Share, Grow, Improve and Invest.
Athletic Engagement Committee We exist to be a student-led activity board that plans, markets and executes game-day programming and athletic promotions targeting HSU student spectators. We will be evangelists for student engagement at athletic events.
Athletic Training Society The purpose of the Athletic Training Society is to promote the athletic training profession and aid in the education of students in the Hardin-Simmons University Athletic Training Education Program. This will be done through sponsorship for students to attend the National Athletic Trainer’s Association (NATA) and the Southwest Athletic Trainers Association (SWATA) annual meetings as well as other educational programs, functions, and services.
Broven This men’s ministry of the Baptist Student Ministry began in the Spring 2019 semester because of the great work that Woven was doing among women on campus. Broven is meant to be a small group where men can read God’s word together, get accountability, and have a brotherhood to surround them during their time on campus. They meet weekly for Bible study and have events meant to bring men closer in community. Broven is open to any HSU student.
BSM – Baptist Student Ministry The HSU Baptist Student Ministry exists to minister to the spiritual needs of the students of Hardin-Simmons University. We seek to provide a context for spiritual engagement, formation, and renewal with the hope that all HSU students might have a fully developed relationship with Jesus Christ. We are called to love, to serve, and to walk alongside students during their time at HSU. Students from all denominations and faiths are welcome in the BSM.
Delta The purpose of Delta Social Club shall be to cultivate an awareness of the need for finesse and refinement in every social situation; to make through social relationships a contribution to the spirit of the University and to promote school loyalty; as well as instilling a sense of leadership through participation in all activities of the organization.
Dr. Jennifer Eames’ Physician Assistant Student Society We, the students of the Hardin-Simmons Physician Assistant Program, hereby establish this professional organization in order to represent the interests of our students, our program, our community, and our profession.  For this reason, we establish the Dr. Jennifer Eames Physician Assistant Student Society Chapter of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).  Our mission is to further the development of our student body and assist the HSU PA Program to develop compassionate PA leaders, committed to lifelong learning and community service.
Epsilon Pi Alpha The sisterhood of Epsilon Pi Alpha cultivates lifelong friendships while promoting leadership and service to our campus and community. Together we raise money on and off campus in support of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Greek Council Greek Council serves as the governing body of all HSU Greek life. They meet once a week to plan, coordinate, and discuss matters as they arise. The mission of the Society is to recognize student success, and to empower students to achieve.
All academic institutions that support this mission may establish chapters or individual membership affiliations with the Society. Students and professionals of sound scholarship and character who support this mission may be elected to membership.
HScrU HScrU highlights the integrity of Hip-Hop through Christ to assimilate our diverse communities faith through dance by providing strength and courage to serve positivity and spiritual enlightenment through movement.
Hunters, Gatherers, Travelers The purpose of this organization shall be to provide a tight-knit and encouraging community that promotes a Christ-like lifestyle while appreciating God’s creation through conservation, travel, and exploration in the context of America’s National Parks and Hardin-Simmons University.
International Student Fellowship The purpose of the International Student Fellowship is to create a fellowship of people who are passionate about the international community on the HSU campus.
Kappa Pi The purpose of Kappa Pi is to promote a friendly artistic atmosphere for everyone involved, to encourage one another and to help each other out, and have fun as an organization.
Kappa Phi Omega Kappa Phi Omega is a men’s social club dedicated to providing a club for men from all walks of life to improve themselves and grow into the men God created them to be.
Lambda Alpha Tau The purpose of Lambda Alpha Tau is to promote the call to a lifelong pursuit of Christ and of the truth. We instill a sense of duty to all men of like minds and encourage excellence in academic pursuits. Lambda pursues to grow a strong sense of respect for all humankind. The men in Lambda develop a sense of responsibility and loyalty to Hardin-Simmons University and to their brothers.
Love Your Melon Love Your Melon is an apparel brand dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer in America as well as supporting nonprofit organizations who lead the fight against pediatric cancer.
Model United Nations The purpose of Model United Nations is to prepare members for the world outside of college by pushing them into situations and crisis simulations that require high conflict resolution skills.
Phi Phi Phi “My Purpose is that they might be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may have the full riches and complete understanding in order that they may know they mystery of God, namely Christ.” -Colossians 2:2
Pre-Health The HSU Pre-Health Club is an organization dedicated to aiding undergraduate students in their pursuit of a career in the health field.
Pre-PT The purpose of the Pre-Physical Therapy Club is to provide guidance, support, and education to all collegiate students who wish to pursue physical therapy and occupational therapy careers through subject presentations, demonstrations, guest lectures, and community tours.
Proven To foster the success and development of the African American student population by creating a community that develops a cultural identity and encourages inclusion while upholding the Christian morals and policies of Hardin-Simmons University.
Quills and Ink Writer’s Guild Quills & Ink and its members strive to provide a safe place for students of any background to come together and share creative works and seek advice and critiques from fellow writers.
SABERS SABERS is the oldest student activities board on the Hardin-Simmons campus. Established in 2008, SABERS became the face of Student Activities, spearheading many of HSU’s traditional and social events. Through their involvement in SABERS, students learn how to plan, advertise, and implement events for their fellow students. To become a SABER, you must have prior leadership experience through a student activities leadership group, and participate in our membership application and interview process.
Sangre To foster the success and development of the Latin American student population by creating a community that develops a cultural identity and encourages inclusion while upholding the Christian morals and policies of Hardin-Simmons University.
Sigma Alpha The purpose of our organization shall be to promote Christian fellowship and a close sisterhood among women with high moral standards. We will support all campus activities and show loyalty toward Hardin-Simmons University.
Sigma Alpha Iota The Mission of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is to encourage, nurture, and support the art of music.
Sigma Beta (Phi Alpha Honor Society) A local chapter of Phi Alpha National Honor Society, the purpose is to provide a closer bond among students and promote humanitarian goals and ideals, while fostering high standards of education in the social work field.
Six White Horses The tradition of the Six White Horses is known for each rider carrying a flag that has been flown over the state of Texas.  The Cowgirl is more than just a tradition at Hardin-Simmons. For eight talented young ladies, it is more of an identity. The Six White Horses participate in parades, rodeos, school visits, and other civic and community events.
Social Work Club Social Work Club provides opportunities for student development through engagement in campus, community, and professional activities to promote equity and justice for all persons through service, advocacy, and action.


SPARK SPARK is another activities board that serves the students of HSU. SPARK aims at providing students with spontaneously planned events that pop up around campus nearly once a week. SPARK also does a great job celebrating interesting holidays with various events, and providing students with fun activities on the fly. In order to be part of SPARK you must go through our interview process to be selected, and no prior leadership experience is required.
Theta Alpha Zeta The purpose of Theta Alpha Zeta is to nurture a brotherhood of men of all races, religions, and backgrounds. We will promote faith and good moral character, cultivate personal growth and development, and encourage excellence in academic endeavors.  We aim to develop and improve leadership skills and conduct worthwhile service projects.  We will also promote interaction with members of other organizations.
TXCPA – Student Chapter The Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants exists to support its members in their professional endeavors and to promote the value and high standards of Texas CPAs.
Woven This women’s ministry of the Baptist Student Ministry on campus began many years ago because a few women on campus saw the need for a place for them to grow deeper in their relationship with Christ in the context of community. Now, Woven meets weekly for Bible study and accountability, has fun events to connect with other women on campus, and offers discipleship to help women deepen their Christian walk. Woven is open for any HSU student.
Zeta Omega Phi The purpose of Zeta Omega Phi is to be a brotherhood bounded by faith.
The goal of our Social Club is to provide a community of men at Hardin Simmons university and provide a safe space for the members to be who they want to be.

We love to help students create organizations that enhance the Hardin-Simmons experience. Once you review the list of current organizations and do not see any that pertain to you, do not hesitate in reaching out to the Student Engagement office to assist you in creating an organization that goes along with your interests. It’s pretty easy process!

Here are the steps in creating a new organization:

  1. Meet with Megan McKinney, Director of Student Engagement to discuss proposed student organization. Please set up meeting by emailing
  2. Meet minimum requirements to start an organization:
    1. 6 people (one president, one vice president, one secretary, one treasurer and two members)
    2. One advisor (faculty or staff member). *Advisor can only serve in an advisor role for 2 groups maximum.
    3. Constitution
    4. Roster
  3. Fill out Student Organization Application and submit it for review (allow for a two week turn around time).
  4. Complete Student Organization Advisor Form. Advisor signature will be required.
  5. Create constitution (Student Organization Constitution Template) and roster.
  6. Schedule a meeting with Megan McKinney for any questions, concerns or considerations by emailing In the email, please include Advisor form, Constitution and roster.

Below are resources for students who are currently involved in active student organizations. If you need additional information, please do not hesitate to reach out to Megan McKinney at for assistance.

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