Student Organizations

Student Organizations at Southeastern are an integral part of campus life and one of the best opportunities for students to learn outside of the classroom. Students are provided with opportunities to gain experiences and knowledge from the classroom with the everyday experience of living and working in a society with people of varied cultures, interests, ideas and values.
With more than 100 student organizations, there's something for everyone!
Departmental/Professional Organizations
 Honors Organizations
Religious Organizations

Service Organizations
Special Interest Organizations
Sports Clubs


What is a student organization?

A student organization is defined as a group of Southeastern students joined together in pursuit of a common purpose, which is in support of the mission, goals and core values of Southeastern, guided by a lawful constitution under the direction of chosen officers and officially recognized by the Division for Student Affairs.
Departmental/Professional Organizations

American Industrial Hygiene Association

 President: Thomas Branch (
Advisor: Dr. Ephraim Massawe (
Requirements for Membership: Any SLU student with an interest in industrial hygiene.
Meeting Information: Wednesdays, 5:00-7:00pm, CSTB
Amount of Dues: $29.00, national dues
Description of Organization: To promote the advancement of the industrial hygiene profession, and to foster the professional well being of its members within the SLU campus, community, and business environment.  

American Society of Safety Professional Student Section

President: Catherine Cangelosi (
Advisor: Chris Kuiper (
Requirements for Membership:  Be enrolled at Southeastern in OSHE program and be a member of the national ASSE chapter. 
Meeting Information: Wednesdays in CSTB 2012 at 4:30PM
Amount of Dues: $15
Description of Organization: To promote the advancement of the safety profession and safety education and to foster the professional well-being and development of its members within its campus and community.
Website: American Society of Safety Engineers Student Section

American Welding Society, Student Chapter

President: Jacqueline Doucet (
Advisor: Anthony Blakeney (  
Requirements for Membership: Be enrolled in the Industrial or Engineering Technology program and be a member of the nations AWS chapter. 
Meeting Information: Wednesdays at 5:30pm, location TBD.
Amount of Dues: $15.00
Description of Organization: Advancing the science, technology, welding, and other fields. AWS strives to move the industry forward in both thought and active as well as inspire new generations to see exciting career opportunities available. 

Association for Computer Machinery - Women's Chapter

President: Pratikshya Timalsina (
Advisor: Bonnie Achee (
Requirements for Membership: Must be majoring or minoring in either computer science or information technology. 
Meeting Information: Wednesdays at 5:00pm in CSTB 3042.
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: An organization that promotes the success of women in computer science. 

 Association for Computing Machinery

President: Jamie Peterson (
Advisor: Kuo-Pao Yang (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all ACM members and nonmembers.
Meeting Information:5:30 pm on the first and third Wednesday of the month
Amount of Dues: $15 
Description of Organization: A professional and social group of computer science and IT majors for the enrichment of the students. Get to know fellow programmers, exchange tips, laugh and learn codes. Spread your network within computer community.
Website: Association for Computing Machinery

Biology Graduate Student Organization (BGSO)

President: Joshua Rivera (
Advisor: Brian Crother (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a graduate student in the Department of Biological Sciences
Meeting Information: Monthly in the Biology Building Room 121 on the last Thursday of the month at 4pm.
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: BGSO is a social organization for students enrolled in Southeastern's Master of Science in Biological Science program.  The organization provides support to graduate students in the Biology Department, coordinates community outreach on and off campus, and engages in education outreach with local communities.
Website: Biology Graduate Student Organization

Biology Undergraduate Society (BUGS)

President: Angela Thomas (
Advisor:  April Wright ( 
Requirements for Membership: Interest in Biology and the world around you.  Desire to be involved on campus.
Meeting Information: Biweekly on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in Meade Hall Room 112
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester 
Description of Organization: Biology Undergraduate Society seeks to involve undergraduate students in activities and events on and off campus that are beneficial to the community and to its members, invoke scientific knowledge and appreciation, and most importantly, provide enjoyable new experiences for students at Southeastern. 

Broadcast Education Association 

President: Tyler Thomas (
Advisor: Todd Delaney (
Requirements for Membership: Any student wishing to become a member of Southeastern's Chapter of BEA must maintain a GPA of 2.5 and be a communications major
Meeting Information: Thursdays at 5:00 p.m. in D. Vickers 323
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester
Description of Organization: The Broadcast Education Association is an organization with a goal of helping students with an interest in television or radio broadcasting learn more about the field


College of Business Ambassadors

President: Lauren Buchanan (

Advisor: April Kemp (
Requirements for Membership: Sophomore, Junior, or Senior Business Major or MBA student, cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above, involved in at least one student organization, presents themselves as a positive ambassador for the College of Business, interacts with students and faculty in an engaging and energetic manner, and works continuously to promote the quality of services provided by the college
Meeting Information: Last Wednesday of the month in Garrett Hall

Website: College of Business Ambassadors

Delta Omicron Professional Music Fraternity

President: Kaylin Guillory (

Advisor: Allison Rowe (
Requirements for Membership: Student must have 2.5 cumulative GPA, 3.0 Music GPA and be a Music major or minor (or taking private lessons). 
Meeting Information: Biweekly, Tuesdays at 5:00PM
Dues: $90 yearly
Description of Organization: To create and foster fellowship through music; to give students the opportunity to meet with each other and to broaden personal outlook through exchange of ideas; to strengthen a devotion and loyalty to alma mater; develop character and leadership; share appreciation of music; provide material aid to deserving students; manifest interest in young musicians
Website: Delta Omicron Professional Music Fraternity

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Educators Rising Collegiate

President: Braxton Michel (
Advisor: Dr. Paula Calderon (
Requirements for Membership: Students interested in education
Amount of Dues: None
Meeting Information: TBD
Description of Organization: Future educators/advocates for education can gain access to support and content for the classroom. Members will participate in activities designed to engaged them in deeper discussions around the most pressing issues facing educators today. 

Future Business Leaders of Southeastern Mentor Program

President: Maya Weber (
Advisor: Rusty Juban (
Requirements for Membership: Mentors must have a minimum 2.5 GPA and be a student in the College of Business. Mentees must be incoming freshmen who have declared a College of Business related degree.  Both mentors and mentees will be selected by a panel and application process. 
Amount of Dues: None
Meeting Information: Bi-weekly in Garrett Hall, TBD
Description of Organization: This organization will focus on the development of students within the College of Business.  The mentors will guide mentees through the first academic year and will get them prepared for the rest of their college career.

Health Systems Management (HSM) 

President: Elshaday Bonger (
Advisor: Susan Tufts (
Requirements for Membership: Enrolled full time with at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
Meeting Information: First Thursday of every month, 4:00pm
Amount of Dues: $10.00
Description of Organization: HSM Club is for Health Systems Management majors to expand their knowledge of the business and administrative side of healthcare.

History and Political Society (HIPS)

 President:Scott Cooper (
Advisor: Samantha Cavell (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to all Southeastern Louisiana University Students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Meeting Information: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 5 p.m. in Student Union 2203
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: The History and Political Science (HIPS) Society is an organization that focuses on encouraging the study of history and political science outside of the classroom through movies, special lectures and trips off of campus. 

Institute of Supply Management

President: Haley Tassin (
Advisor: Michael A. Jones (
Requirements for Membership: Student in good standing. 
Meeting Information: Tues/Thurs, College of Business, TBD
Amount of Dues: $15
Description of Organization: The ISM chapter is an organization compiled of all majors that advances student's knowledge of supply chain management.  This organization holds monthly meetings which involve guest speakers who will inform students of opportunities and insight into the industry.

Kappa Kappa Psi

President: Aaron Loupe (
Advisor: Derek Stoughton (
Requirements for Membership: Must be in one major ensemble (band) (may be waived) and cumulative GPA of 2.3
Meeting Information: Sundays at 7:19pm in Pottle Music Building room 119
Amount of Dues: $150 for Fall and $50 for Spring
Description of Organization: Kappa Kappa Psi is a service organization for college bands.

Kinesiology and Health Studies Club

President: Matthew Kuebler (
Advisor: Buddy Sirikul (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to any full or part-time student who is in good academic standing and whose major is within the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies.
Meeting Information: Second week of each month in KHS 100 at 6:00pm
Amount of Dues: $15
Description of Organization: The purpose of the KHS Club is to support and promote scientific research, education, and practical application of health, fitness, physical performance, and wellness theory.  The organization also aims to encourage the professional development of members.

Le Circle Francais (French Club)

President: James Kinchen (
Advisor: Aileen Motoo (
Requirements for Membership: Potential members must be interested in the French language and culture
Meeting Information: Wednesdays at 4:00 pm in DVic 326
Amount of Dues: $10.00 per semester
Description of Organization: Our organization exposes members to the French culture as well as the French speaking world by having presentations and language activities.

Lion Toastmasters

President: Gianna Nastasi (
Advisor: Tara Lopez (
Requirements for Membership: Members must pay semesterly dues
Meeting Information: Every other Wednesday at 5:30 in Garrett Hall Room 73
Amount of Dues:
 $45.00/$20.00 - One time new member fee
Description of Organization: 
We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence. 
Website: Toastmasters International

MBA Society

President: Lauren Buchanan (
Advisor: Rusty Juban (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all MBA students currently enrolled in the MBA program and in good standing with the university. 
Meeting Information: Garrett Hall
Amount of Dues: $20
Description of Organization: The MBA Society is an organization compiled of MBA students that exhibit professional behavior with the goals of continuous development.
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National Association of Black Accountants

President: Philip Brown (
Advisor: Eric Knight (
Requirements for Membership:A full-time or part-time undergraduate or graduate student who is majoring in accounting. finance or business with a concentration in accounting or finance or who has expressed an intention to enter the accounting profession may qualify for admission as a member of the Southeastern Louisiana University Student Chapter.
Meeting Information: Meeting every other Tuesday at 3:30pm
Amount of Dues: $35 payable to national organization
Description of Organization: Student chapter of the professional organization
Website: National Association of Black Accountants

National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)

President:Kassie Jacobs (
Advisor: Lillian Stiegler (
Requirements for Membership: Enrollment as an undergraduate or graduate student in the Communication Sciences & Disorders program. Undergraduates--2.5 GPA, Graduates--3.0 GPA. Must attend two meetings per semester and complete five NSSLHA approved service hours per semester
Meeting Information: 4 meetings a semester
Amount of Dues: $15 per semester new members; $10 for returning members
Description of Organization: NSSLHA is a pre-professional association for students in the CSD program that are dedicated to academics, community service, and camaraderie. We are committed to staying up to date with current events in our future field and are dedicated students who wish to increase our knowledge of speech pathology and audiology. 
Website: National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)

Nurses Christian Fellowship 

President: Katie M (
Advisor: Denis Hart (
Requirements for Membership: 
Nursing major
Meeting Information: 
One a month, KHS building
Amount of Dues: 
Description of Organization: 
A Christian organization; all denominations are welcome; meet 4 times a semester, do devotionals; community fundraisers & activities, pray for prayer requests in prayer boxes. 

Pre-Law Students Association

President: Rebecca Shields (
Advisor: Dr. Lisa Olson (
Requirements for Membership: Maintain a 2.0 GPA and have an interest in law.
Meeting Information: Every Monday at 5:00 p.m. in Fayard Room 225
Amount of Dues: $15 for the year or $8 per semester
Description of Organization: This organization will provide students at Southeastern Louisiana University with an additional mechanism to become more knowledgeable about law school. This organization provides activities such as Moot Court Competitions, volunteer opportunities, host guest speakers. LSAT prep courses, lectures, etc., in which all work together to enhance the knowledge of law students.

Pre-Nursing Society

President: Jaydalyn Epps (
Rhonda Pecoraro (
Requirements for Membership: 
Open to all students interested in the field of nursing
Meeting Information:
Every first and last Tuesday of the month, meeting locations will be announced via social media and emailed to all members
Amount of Dues:
 $10 per semester
Description of Organization: 
This organization shall cultivate a sense of empowerment for those interested in the field of Nursing through the stellar act of networking, motivating, and inspiring each other.

Press Club

President: Joidyn Nelson
Advisor: Amber Narro (
Requirements for Membership: Any student enrolled at Southeastern Louisiana University who has an interest in Journalism can become a member.
Meeting Information: Every Tuesday in D. Vickers Room 323
Amount of Dues: $10
Description of Organization: We provide internships and networking opportunities to our members. Events include the Southeast Journalism Conference. Honorary Organizations include the Society for Collegiate Journalists. We also provide opportunities for writing and publishing news stories for Southeastern U Reporter. 
WebsitePress Club

Public Relations Student Society of America

President: Daniel Emile Stretcher Jr. (
Advisor: Joseph Mirando (
Requirements for Membership: Undergraduate or Graduate students are welcome; Undergraduates must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours and interested in the Public Relations field but open to all majors.
Meeting Information: Every Wednesday at 5:00 pm in D.Vickers Room 323
Amount of Dues: $70 (National $55, Yearly $15)
Description of Organization: This organization is designed to give students interested in Public Relations opportunities to enhance their education. It will broaden their network and launch their careers through meetings, speakers, conference opportunities, and other activities. 

Sigma Alpha Iota - Mu Rho Chapter

President: Michelle Morales (
Advisor: Brina Faciane (
Requirements for Membership: 2.5 GPA; One passed or currently enrolled in music class
Meeting Information: Wednesdays at 7:45PM in Pottle
Amount of Dues:
 $85.00 per year
Description of Organization:
Professional music fraternity for women
Website: Sigma Alpha Iota

Social Work Club

President: Qualontra Williams  (
Advisor: Jamie Magee (
Requirements for Membership: G
The club is open to all majors! Students who are interested in social work; empowering students; helping others. 
Meeting Information:Tuesdays or Wednesdays, White Hall Room 109 at 5:00 p.m.
Amount of Dues: $25 for dues/shirts; $15 for dues only
Description of Organization:Southeastern Social Work Club is an active organization on and off campus. We engage in community service efforts, partner with agencies, and advocate for vulnerable populations. The club enables students to practice individual helping skills, leadership skills, and  teamwork.

Society of Physics Students, Sigma Pi Sigma

President: Aliyah Dalier (
 Rhett Allain (
Requirements for Membership: Enrollment as a Southeastern student
Meeting Information: White Hall Room 124 at 5:00PM
Amount of Dues: $15 per semester
Description of Organization: 
United all physics majors sand students interested in physics to one place to discuss interest, hear speakers, and tour facilities.

Southeastern Accounting Society

President: Ciara Jonkers
Advisor: Margaret Boldt (
Requirements for Membership: Attend organizational events, meetings, and pay dues
Meeting Information: Once a month 
Amount of Dues: $10.00
Description of Organization: The purpose of the Southeastern Accounting Society is to provide students will the academic and social backgrounds to become successful leaders in the business industry, to promote involvement in other student organizations, and to retain new and upcoming students in the College of Business as a whole.

Southeastern Ceramics Club

President: Elaine Gulley (
Advisor: Dennis Sipiorski (
Requirements for Membership: Members must be enrolled in a ceramics class, Art 115, 215, 315, 415
Meeting Information: Every Tuesday at 2:00PM
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: Interest in ceramics handbuilding or wheel throwing. We talk/research artists, invite visiting artist, participate in art night, host a ceramics sale, and offer endowed scholarship.

Southeastern Marketing Association

President: Amber Garrard (
Advisor: Elizabeth Randon-McDougal (
Requirements for Membership: Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above, active members shall be in attendance to a minimum of one meeting per semester as well as pay membership dues. 
Meeting Information: Garret Hall
Amount of Dues: $25.00 per year OR $15/semester
Description of Organization: To serve as a strategic resource for career growth and development. It provides all students the opportunity to meet new people, network with marketing professionals, and attend a wide variety of educational and professional meetings. 

Southeastern Sociological Association

President: Taylor Wisinger (
Advisor: Russell A. Castro (
Requirements for Membership: An active interest in and a general knowledge of applied sociology. Members must Attend 4 meetings, dedicate 4 service hours, and pay dues.
Meeting Information: Tuesdays 5:30 pm
Amount of Dues: $10
Description of Organization: Southeastern Sociological Association is an organization that seeks to enhance sociological knowledge, educate the community about social issues, and prepare members for positions in the field of applied sociology. Members welcome opportunities to interact and interface with other organizations and individuals who work for social change. SSA: because the world is SSA-backwards.

Southeastern Student Nurses Association

President:Brittany Monteleone (
Advisor: Emily Weatherford (
Requirements for Membership: Accepted into SELU Nursing program
Meeting Information: School of Nursing - Baton Rouge Center
Amount of Dues: $15 per semester
Description of Organization: The purpose of the SLU SNA is to aid in the development of the individual student of nursing as a future health professional and be aware of and contribute to the improvement of health care of all people. 

Southeastern Sales Association

 President: Karlie McDonald (

Advisor: April Kemp (
Requirements for Membership: Student in the College of Business, have a desire or interest in professional sales, and at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA. 
Meeting Information: 3rd Tuesday of the month, Garrett Hall room 36
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Student Sales Association is for students interested in furthering their sales skills for personal growth and/or to help development opportunities.

Spanish Club

President: Angeneka Jacobs (
Advisor: Mariela Sanchez (
Requirements for Membership: Active participation in our Hispanic culture orientated activities and events. Spanish speaking or non-Spanish speaking students are welcome and enrollment in Southeastern is a must. 
Meeting Information: Every other Tuesday, 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 
Amount of Dues: $5/semester 
Description of Organization: Spanish Club is a cultural organization whose main objective is to share our culture, language, and traditions with our students, faculty, and employees. The importance of this cultural learning will make others more tolerant about cultural differences, and more open minded individuals. Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States. We, the Spanish Club, are use our cultural resources and venues to unite our community through cultural interaction and communication. 
Website: Spanish Club

Sports Management Association

President: Devin Roussell (
Advisor:Ashley Bowers (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a full-time Southeastern student in good academic standing.
Meeting Information: Bi-monthly in the KHS building
Amount of Dues: $15 annually
Description of Organization: SMA is a student organization that exists to promote the interests of the sport management community.  The organization endeavors to promote scholarship, social activities, and community service for the Southeastern and Hammond community through sport-related interests and activities.

Student Council for Exceptional Children

President: Katlyn Daigle (
Advisor:Dr. Colleen Klein-Ezell ( 
Requirements for Membership:Open to all students at Southeastern interested in improving the educational and recreational experiences for individuals with Exceptionalities / disabilities.
Meeting Information:All members meet once a month in the Teacher Education Building.
Amount of Dues: $52 local/national fee
Description of Organization: The purpose of the organization is to advance the education of individuals with Exceptionalities and to promote community activities related to education and volunteerism in the field of individuals with Exceptionalities/disabilities.

World Languages and Cultures Student Ambassadors

President: Trent Threeton (
Advisor: Jerry Parker (  
Requirements for Membership: Majoring or minoring in an area in the department, 2.7 cumulative GPA or higher, enrolled in a minimum of 6 units per semester, and be in good standing with the university.
Meeting Information: TBA
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization: The purpose of the organization is to serve the department in various capacities with the mission of raising awareness about the importance of bilingualism, biculturalism, and the study of world languages and cultures among undergraduate and graduate students at Southeastern.


Alpha Kappa Delta

President: Michael-Anne Leachman (
Advisor: Dr. Robert Martin (
Requirements for Membership:Undergraduate: At least a junior/third year and officially declared a sociology major or demonstrate a serious interest in sociology with at least four regular courses in sociology completed prior to initiation. Students need to have an overall GPA of 3.3 or higher and must have a GPA in their sociology classes of 3.0 or higher.
Graduate: Completion of one half-year of graduate study in sociology with a graduate grade point average of "B" or better and continued matriculation in a sociology program of study.
Meeting Information: TBA
Amount of Dues: $50 one-time fee
Description of Organization: It shall be the purpose of this Society to promote excellence in scholarship in the study of sociology, research of social problems, and such other social and intellectual activities as will lead to improvement in the human condition.

Alpha Psi Omega

President: Kimberly McClendon (
Advisor: James Winter (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all students interested in expanding their knowledge of theatre, acquire service hours, earn points towards national standing
Meeting Information: Biweekly on Monday at 5:00 pm
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester
Description of Organization: Promotes the stimulation of theatre and the arts on campus and the greater Hammond area. Produce, create, and perform our own shows.
WebsiteAlpha Psi Omega

Beta Alpha Psi

President: Victoria Tripp (
Advisor: Dean DiGregorio (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all students
Meeting Information: TBD
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization: To give those with a writing major both an outlet and source for creativity as well as a healthy environment for fun. Great for those who wish to work on social skills and meet new people.

Chi Sigma Iota

President: Dalina Dahlmans (

Advisor: Laura Fazio-Griffith (
Requirements for Membership: Members must have and maintain an overall grade point average of 3.5 or better while enrolled in the program. Members must complete at least one full academic term of counseling courses carrying 9 credits. 
Meeting Information: Member meetings are held periodically in White Hall room 208 twice a semester. 
Amount of Dues: Local -$15/semester
Description of Organization: An international honor society that values academic and professional excellence in the counseling field. CSI promotes a strong professional identity through members who contribute to the realization of a healthy society by fostering wellness and human dignity. 
Website: Chi Sigma Iota

Chi Tau Epsilon

President: Alaura Cervini (

Advisor: Keith Costa (
Requirements for Membership: All member must maintain a 3.0 GPA and be a Dance major or Dance minor.

Meeting Information: 1st Tuesday of each month in KHS 153 Dance Studio at 4:30 pm
Amount of Dues: 
$55 per semester

Description of Organization: Chi Tau Epsilon is a national dance honor society that is committed to artistic and academic excellence and service to the Southeastern Dance Program, the Southeastern community, the Hammond and surrounding communities, and the field of Dance.
Website: Chi Tau Epsilon

Delta Omega Alpha Professional Honor Society

President: Samuel Allen (
Advisor: Edward Nelson (
Requirements for Membership: Members must be a pre-professional student with a minimum GPA of 3.0
Meeting Information: Every other Monday at 5:00 pm in Meade Hall, Room 112
Amount of Dues: $15 per semester.
Description of Organization: Delta Omega Alpha caters to students who are interested in different disciplines within the medical field. We have 5-6 meetings a semester, each with a different speaker affiliated with a medical profession, scholarship opportunities, etc. We also go on trips to professional schools, participate in community service events, and attend workshops.
Website: Delta Omega Alpha

Gamma Beta Phi

President: Ethan Hunt (
Advisor: Antoinette Alack (
Requirements for Membership: You must be enrolled in accredited institution offering a degree program. You must have completed at least 12 cumulative hours of coursework. Part-time students are eligible. 3.2 GPA. You must receive an invitation to membership from the chapter at the college where presently enrolled. You must adhere to the society's Code of Ethics.  
Meeting Information: Biweekly: Tues 12:30 p.m. and Wed. 5:00 p.m. in the Student Union Room 2207
Amount of Dues: One time $80 National Fee, $10 semester dues
Description of Organization: 
Gamma Beta Phi is an honors society that recognizes academic achievement. Our members are active in giving back to the community as well as maintaining a praiseworthy GPA. The Gamma Beta Phi Society strives to be the premier service based honor society. Our members have countless opportunities to work alongside the nation's top charitable organizations. 
Website: Gamma Beta Phi

Honors Club

President:Victoria Rocquin (
Advisor: Dr. Claire Procopio (
Requirements for Membership: Regularly enrolled Southeastern Louisiana University student with an active status in the Honors program
Meeting Information: Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month

Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: The purpose of this organization is to promote versatile academic achievement while providing social networking opportunities.
Website:  Honors Club


Kappa Delta Pi

President: Maya Granier (
Advisor: Susan Zimlich (
Requirements for Membership: Undergraduate students must be enrolled and pursuing the field of education; demonstrate leadership attributes; have completed at least 30 collegiate hours of course work; have at least 12 hours in education course work programmed, in progress, or completed; have at least a cumulative 3.3 GPA or at least degree GPA of 3.5.
Meeting Information: TBD
Amount of Dues: $47 for one year, $82 for two years 
Description of Organization: Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, was founded in 1911 to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. For over a century, the society has consistently grown, starting with a local chapter to become the international organization it is today, with an initiated membership that exceeds 1.2 million!
Website: Kappa Delta Pi

Lambda Pi Eta

President: Ellie Hughes (
Advisor: Joe Mirando (
Requirements for Membership: Members must have 60 credit hours, cumulative 3.0 GPA, 12 hours of communication, 3.25 GPA in Communication credits, be enrolled full time and in good standing, and rank in the top 35% of class.
Meeting Information: Wednesdays, 11:00am in room 262 of DVIC
Amount of Dues: $70 one time fee
Description of Organization: Lambda Pi Eta is the National Communication Association’s official honor society at four-year colleges and universities. LPH has more than 500 active chapters at four-year colleges and universities nationwide.
Website: Lambda Pi Eta

National Society for Collegiate Scholars

President:Quinnieka Kent (
Advisor: Corie Hebert (
Requirements for Membership: Students must have a minimum GPA of 3.4 and attend a university or college with a NSCS chapter
Meeting Information: TBD
Amount of Dues: $95 one-time lifetime membership fee due at sign up.
Description of Organization: The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) is an honors organization that recognizes and elevates high achievers. NSCS provides career and graduate school connections, leadership and service opportunities and gives out a million dollars in scholarships annually. NSCS members are deeply committed to scholarship, leadership, and service and as a result, are impacting their campus and local communities every day. 
Website: National Society for Collegiate Scholars

National Society for Leadership and Success

President: Tiereny Harrison (
Advisor: Michael Bisciglia (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a full-time student in good academic standing with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA.
Meeting Information: TBD
Amount of Dues: $85
Description of Organization: NSLS aims to build better leaders for a better world.

Pi Delta Epsilon

President: Raychelle Riley (

Advisor: Joe Mirando (

Requirements for Membership: General membership shall be open to all-full time undergraduate students majoring in communication with a focus on mass communication studies, will involve journalism, print journalism, newspapers, magazines, online news media, multimedia news, electronic media, broadcast radio, and television. 

Meeting information:  N/A

Amount of Dues:  $70

Description of Organization:  Honor society for students in broadcast, multimedia, and print journalism.  Affiliated with the National Society for Collegiate Journalists.

Psi Chi

President: Elizabeth Manuel (
Advisor: Dr. Paula Varnado-Sullivan (
Requirements for Membership:3.0 Psychology GPA, Psychology major or minor, at least 9 hours of psychology course credit
Meeting Information: 3rd Monday of every month at 3:30pm in White Hall room 208
Amount of Dues: $55 national (one time), $10 semester
Description of Organization: Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in psychology founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining, excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of psychology.
Website: Psi Chi

Sigma Tau Delta

President: Shianne Melancon (
Advisor: Chris Genre (
Requirements for Membership: Must hold a "B" average and completed at least 3 English courses
Meeting Information: Meet twice a month 
Amount of Dues: One time $50 membership fee
Description of Organization: Our society strives to appreciate high achievement in English language and literature. English Club allows for students with interest in English to participate in discussions about literature. Website: English 


Tau Alpha Pi

President: Rachel Barbour (
Sid Martin (
Requirements for Membership: 
Cumulative GPA of 3.2, major GPA of 3.20, semester GPA of 3.5, full-time student
Meeting Information: 
Amount of Dues: 
Description of Organization: 
To advance the role of engineering of technology on campus and in the community


Baptist Collegiate Ministry

President: Jonah Traylor (
Advisor: Sam Cappel (
Requirements for Membership: Attend meetings regularly
Meeting Information:The BCM is open throughout the week and there are always students hanging out. Our two weekly gatherings include Free Lunch on Thursdays at 11am and FUSE (worship) on Thursday nights at 7pm. Learn more about BCM and other events by following Instagram at @SELUBCM.
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: The BCM is a place for students to connect. Our primary goal is for students to connect to God through His son, Jesus Christ. The BCM is also a place for students to connect with other students and with area churches. Ways to connect include our weekly Bible study, mission trips, community projects, retreats, socials, conferences, and so much more. we welcome all students regardless of faith background to fellowship with us. We exist for students. Come by and meet us.
Website: Baptist Collegiate Ministry 

Catholic Student Association

President: Taylor Gautreaux (
Advisor: Ernest Milsted (
Requirements for membership: All Southeastern students are welcome
Meeting Information: Wednesday at 7:00 pm at St. Albert Catholic Chapel and Student Center
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: The official Catholic Student Association for Southeastern Louisiana University and an integral part of St. Albert Chapel and Catholic Student Center.
Website: Saint Albert Catholic Student Center

Delight Ministries

 President: Caroline Lee (
Advisor: Michelle Harper (
Requirements for membership: Female Southeastern student
Meeting Information: Wednesdays at 7:00pm, S Club Lounge
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: A Christ-centered community that encourages college women to pursue true community and a relationship with God. 
Website: Delight Ministries


Everdeeper College Ministry

President:Destiny Morales (
Advisor: Dr. Mike Asoodeh (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all Southeastern students
Meeting Information: Tuesdays at 7:00 pm
Amount of Dues: Free
Description of Organization: Off-Campus Christian organization

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

President: William Douglas (
Advisor: Edward Hebert (
Requirements for Membership: None, you do not need to be an athlete or a Christian to join.
Meeting Information:Weekly, Monday night meetings, 8:00pm - 9:30pm, located in room 1001 kinesiology building.
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: A place where students can come together and fellowship within a team-oriented environment and grow in a family of students.
Website: Southeastern Louisiana University Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

President: Caroline Lee (
Advisor: Theresa Patti (
Requirements for Membership: None.
Meeting Information: Thuesdays at 7:00pm in the Tinsley Hall Lounge
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: The purpose of Intervasity Christian Fellowship is to establish and advance at colleges and universities communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus; growing love for God, for God's word, and God's people of every ethnicity and culture.
Website: Intervasity Christian Fellowship

Lions for the Lamb

President: Dawson Blalock (
Advisor: Corliss Dupuy (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all Southeastern students
Meeting Information: Biweekly, Tuesday nights at 6:00 pm, Student Union Room 2207
Amount of Dues: $5.00 
Description of Organization: Connecting our campus to Christ


President: Whitney Sullivan (
Advisor: Dr. Matt Alford (
Requirements for Membership: None
Meeting Information:1st & 2nd Tuesdays of the month-
“Circles” at the Mission Church; 6:30 PM; 3rd Tuesday of the month: on-campus service in the Student Union Theatre; 7:30 PM 
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization:MVMNT is a Christian organization who’s main focus it to make Jesus famous. We gather in “circles” at our home church the 1st and 2nd Tuesday of every month and offer rides to on-campus residents. On the 3rd Tuesday, we come together on campus for a high energy night of worship and a life-changing message. 
Website: MVMNT

Muslim Student Association

President: Pape Diop (

Advisor: Dr. Mohammad Saadeh (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all Southeastern students
Meeting Information: Fridays, CSTB 2021, 1:00-2:00 pm
Description of Organization: Religious organization that caters to the needs of Muslim Students by providing weekly gathering to offer prayer and sermon. 


Southeastern Christian Association

President: Zane Toney (

Advisor: Sam Cappel (
Requirements for Membership: None
Meeting Information: Mondays at 7:30PM in the Student Union Food Court
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Christian Association is a Christian community open to all Southeastern students. Our weekly Bible studies provide a sanctuary where students can come together to speak and interact in a way that promotes unity as a group and strengthens members as individuals.  We strive to empower believers through Christian fellowship by offering a wide range of social events each semester.  We also provide outreach opportunities to speed the news of salvation to our campus.  All Southeastern students are welcome to join the Southeastern Christian Association.

Southeastern Gospel Choir

President: Michelle Brister (
Advisor: Jerri Hanible (
Requirements for Membership: Current student of SLU with a desire to grow closer to God through singing his praises. Must pay dues each semester. 
Meeting Information: Mondays (weekly) in Pottle Hall Room 163A at 7:00PM
Amount of Dues: $15 per semester. 
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Gospel Choir's purpose on campus is designed to bring college students closer to God, through song, praise, and fellowship. The organization ministers to individuals both on and off campus.

Southeastern Lions for Life 

President: Taylor Gautreaux (
Advisor: Matthew Rossano (

Requirements for Membership: All students are welcome to join!
Meeting Information: Biweekly, Tuesdays at 6:00pm
Amount of Dues: $5 per semester. 
Description of Organization: To uphold the dignity of all human life from natural conception to natural death. 

SLU Wesley Foundation

President: Sarah Sadowsky (
Advisor: Natasha Whitton (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all Southeastern students who regularly attend. 
Meeting Information: Meeting time varies.  Please refer to the website for details
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: We believe that God is always speaking.  The question is whether we are listening?  The Wesley is a come-as-you-are, keep-it-real community committed to finding out what it means to live like Jesus, and what it means to lead others to Jesus.  There is no question that is off-limits, and you do not have to believe in order for you to belong.  We only ask that you will consider seeing yourself as we see God sees you!  That you will consider that you are a child of God and you are worthy to be loved.
Website: Wesley FoundationFacebookTwitterInstagram


Circle K International

President: Destiny Seaberry (
Advisor: Wendy Stevens (
Requirements for Membership: Southeastern students with a desire to serve children of the greater Hammond area and to develop their leadership skills.
Meeting Information: Biweekly, on Wednesdays at 5:00PM in room 2204 of the Student Union
Amount of Dues: $12 per semester
Description of Organization: CKI is an international service club for college students, sponsored by Hammond Kiwanis Club and supported by other local Kiwanis clubs (Ponchatoula, Amite, and Northshore/Mandeville). The mission of CKI is to develop college students into a global network of responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong commitment to service. We engage in service projects throughout Hammond, regionally at our annual conference, as well as internationally through Operation Christmas Child. We share the Hammond Kiwanis Motto: "We are a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time"
Website: Circle K International

Lion P.A.W.S. - People for Animal Wellness Support

President: Angelica Schiffer (
Advisor: Allanagh Sewell (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to all students
Meeting Information: Every third Wednesday in Meade Hall Room 201 @ 4:00pm
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester
Description of Organization: Lion P.A.W.S. serves the community by acting as a resource for animals in need.  We are committed advocates for animal rights and wellness engaged in regular fundraising and volunteering. 

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

President: Alana Collins (
Advisor: Marjorie Parker (
Requirements for Membership: Pay membership dues and be enrolled at Southeastern.
Meeting Information: Every Tuesday at 6PM, location TBD
Amount of Dues: $15
Description of Organization: Informing members on problems in our society that effect minorities and enhancing our community, in which we serve. 
Website: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Rotaract Club at Southeastern Louisiana University

President:Ariane Adams (

Advisor: Mike Rivault (
Requirements for Membership: The membership of this club shall consist of young men and women of good character and leadership potential between the ages of 18 and 30. Any Southeastern Louisiana University student, faculty member, or staff member who subscribes to the purpose and basic policies of the organization may become a member of this organization, subject only to compliance with the provisions of the constitution.
Meeting Information:Thursdays @ 5:30 PM
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: As a member you can volunteer locally and internationally, build career contacts, develop leadership skills, network with service minded people worldwide, and make new friends.
Website: Rotaract Club

SOAR (Student Outreach and Advocacy Representatives)

Contact Information:
Requirements for Membership: 2.0 or higher cumulative GPA, full time student status, good disciplinary and academic standing. 
Meeting Information: N/A
Description of Organization: The objectives of the organization are to advocate for a variety of causes, to raise money in the benefit of these chosen causes, and to promote a sense of leadership in our membership through our events. 

Sons of Promise and Daughter of Destiny

President: Ryan Mays (
Advisor: Dr. John Hatcher (
Requirements for Membership: Membership open to any student seeking support, encouragement, and guidance toward greater academic achievement. Must also be willing to serve in the capacity of a mentor.
Meeting Information: Biweekly in Tinsley Hall
Amount of Dues: $15.00
Description of Organization: A community-wide, tiered mentorship program that supports, encourages, and mentors students toward high academic achievement while discovering their truest identity and purpose in life from a Christian perspective. The program is also designed to assist students with developing professional skills and building good character while pursuing life goals. The program engages mentors who are professional adults, college students, as well as students from the Pre-K - 12th grade community.
Website: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People


Best Buddies

President: Jennifer Williamson (
Advisor: Lori Ulfers (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all Southeastern students; be able to work with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Meeting Information: Twice a month at OPTIONS
Amount of Dues: $20 per semester for members
Description of Organization: Best Buddies' mission is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Website: Best Buddies

Black Student Union

President: Taylor DeBourg
Advisor: Adonica Reed (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to students enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours.
Meeting Information: Mondays at 5:00 pm in Fayard Hall 227
Amount of Dues: $15 per semester, $30 per school year
Description of Organization: The purpose of the Black Student Union is to inspire, educate, and stimulate African-Americans to the benefit of their whole person and their fellow brother.  Since its founding, BSU has striven to improve race relations on campus and in the community by creating an environment that is in the community by creating an environment that is receptive to African-American culture.  BSU fully stands by the unification of African-Americans but are not limited to it.  This organization is open to all students enrolled at Southeastern. 

Child Life Student Association

President: Kalie Lauder (
Advisor: Jamie Napolitano (
Requirements for Membership: Membership shall be open to SLU students in the Health and Human Sciences field and have at least a 3.0 GPS in core curriculum courses
Meeting Information: Tuesday evenings, White Hall, 2:00pm
Dues: $10/semester
Description of Organization: To promote professional growth of our undergraduate and graduate students through education, real-world experiences, and developing meaningful connections with location Child Life programs. Members will have opportunities to learn more about the Child Life profession and expand their knowledge of medical illnesses, child health psychology, cross-cultural issues, and other current Child Life topics.

College Republicans

President: Cheyenne Weaver (
Advisor: Dr. Lee Lind (
Requirements for Membership: Open to any individual who is dedicated to the Republican party, conservative ideals, community service, is in good standing with the University, and attends at least half of the meetings/events.
Meeting Information: 2nd Monday of each month, TBD at 6:00PM
Dues: $10
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Louisiana University College Republicans' mission is to promote the principles and values of the Republican Party.  Our goal is to create a strong foundation of knowledgeable members to educate other students and community members, support Republican candidates at all levels of government, make a difference within our community, and create leaders who will be an imperative asset to the Republican Party.

Creative Media Club

President: Brittani A. Doakes (
Advisor: Dr. Elizabeth Hornsby
Requirements for Membership:Students must be an upperclassman or graduate student with a 2.5 GPA and a passion for creative media.
Meeting Information: Bi-Weekly
Dues: $25/ semester
Description of Organization: The Creative Media Club is an organization for students who are interested in graphic design.

Ducks Unlimited

President: Mason Dugas  (
Advisor: Nancy Higginbotham  (
Requirements for Membership: Must attend at least 2 meeting and banquet to be considered active
Meeting Information: Every other Wednesday at 6:00PM in Fayard Hall
Dues: None
Description of Organization: Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl.

E.L.I.T.E. Women

President:Kayla Monlyn (
Yazmyn Smith (
Requirements for Membership: 
Must be a full-time female student at Southeastern
Amount of Dues: 
$20 per semester
Meeting Information: 
Wednesdays at 6:00PM in Student Union 2207
Description of Organization: 
We are a women's empowerment organization that has a primary focus on mentorship and networking.  Our mission is to develop a network of women to improve knowledge sharing, provide personal and professional development resources, and encourage excellence in all aspects of life by the effective methods of instruction and leadership.

Flipside Dance

President: Malia Brown (
Advisor: Frank Newton (
Requirements for Membership: 
Audition process held in the beginning of each semester
Amount of Dues: 
Meeting Information: 
Every Monday - Wednesday Rec 223 at 8:00 pm
Description of Organization: 
Hip Hop based dance organization that performs at different on and off campus events and for student organization events.

International Student Union

President: Pawan Shrestha (
Advisor: Mattie Hawkins (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a current Southeastern student 
Meeting Information: Mondays at 6:00PM in the Student Union Room 2305
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: The International Student Union is a diverse cultural entity.  Our main mission is to unite all cultures present on campus as well as to promote understanding and acceptance of difference cultures.  We serve as a support system to international students and strive to make them understand and blend with American culture.  Our goal is to promote togetherness, unity, friendship, and diversity.


President: JessicaWaldrop

Advisor: Rebecca Hensley (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to all Southeastern students.
Meeting Information: Mondays at 5:30pm in Fayard 238
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization: The purpose of this organization is to help students create a change in Louisiana's criminal justice system.



President: Riana Braselman (
Advisor: Matt Rossano (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to all Southeastern students.
Meeting Information: Tuesdays at 6:00PM
Amount of Dues: $5 per semester
Description of Organization: A secular, pro-life group, focused on life issues such as human trafficking, abortion, and student parenthood.  We host diaper drives and table to provide information to curious students.  We assist women and crisis centers and host talks on the aforementioned topics and organizations.

Lion Design Association

President: Megan Sanders (
Advisor: Gary Keown (
Requirements for Membership: Any Student enrolled at SLU with an interest in graphic design
Meeting Information: Every Thursday at 5:00pm in E Stadium room 132
Amount of Dues: $10 
Description of Organization: Joining LDA is an opportunity to engage with your community of community graphic design students. We host workshops for artistic and professional development, such as hand lettering and design for social media. Events include student graphic design showcases, marker fairs, an annual fundraiser, and field trips. We offer a great way to network with fellow design students and professional designers working in the industry.

Magnolia Writing Group

President: Grace Borcherding (
Advisor: David Armand (
Requirements for Membership: Members should have a passion for creative writing of all forms 
Meeting Information: Bi-weekly Tuesday 5:30 pm, DVIC 326
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization: Students who are interested in submitting their work for feedback and constructive criticism meet every other week. The group is led in a respectful and friendly manner. The goal of the group is to help fellow writers

National Alliance on Mental Illness on Campus Southeastern

President: Caroline Redman
Advisor: Jamie Magee (
Requirements for Membership: Interest in mental health and advocating for individuals experiencing mental health problems.  
Meeting Information: Mondays at 5:00 pm
Amount of Dues: $25 for new members, $15 for returning
Description of Organization: NAMI on Campus Southeastern is a mental health advocacy organization devoted to educating the community about mental health issues, reducing the stigma of mental illness on campus, and increasing resources for students and faculty experiencing mental health problems. 

National Organizational Communication Association

President: Richard McKinney (
Advisor: Joe Mirando (
Requirements for Membership: Any student majoring communication.
Meeting Information: Mondays at 5:00pm in DVickers Hall
Amount of Dues: $10/semester
Description of Organization: NOCA offers informative and educational workshops for students. We also have guest speakers from the communications field to speak on networking and hiring practices. NOCA offers an environment for professional exploration and development.
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Nepalese Student Association at Southeastern Louisiana University

President: Basanta Khakurel (
Advisor: Dr. George Gibson (
Requirements for Membership: Open to anyone who is enrolled or employed at Southeastern 
Meeting Information: Once a month 
Amount of Dues: $15 per year
Description of Organization: NSAS is a special interest organization, focused in supporting Nepalese students at Southeastern, while at the same time sharing Nepalese culture and customs with the campus community 

Performing Arts Club

President: Amber Galloway  (
Advisor: Dr. Gabe Willis (
Requirements for Membership: Currently enrolled at Southeastern and available for the organization.
Meeting Information: Wednesday at 6:00pm
Amount of Dues: $15
Description of Organization: The goal of the Performing Arts Club is to promote art and culture and build a network fo creative individuals and students.  We aim to help students develop in all aspects in and outside the barriers of their talent.  We give students a place to feel comfortable and express themselves amongst their peers.  We also aim to help and further develop the community.

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia

President: Aaron Loupe  (
Dr. Stephen Suber (
Requirements for Membership: 
Meeting Information: 
Sundays, 6:00-9:00pm
Amount of Dues:
 $75 (chapter)/$82 (national)
Description of Organization: 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is the world’s oldest and largest secret national fraternal society in music.


President: Heather Poole  (
Advisor: David Burley (
Requirements for Membership: None
Meeting Information: Wednesday 5PM in Fayard's Room 303
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization: A platform to reconnect people to the environment through constructive projects, raising environmental awareness, and building community.

Residence Hall Association (RHA)

President:Maya Weber (
Advisor:Tarra Thomas (
Requirements for Membership: All students currently living in a residence hall are members, who have the option to actively participate in this organization.
Meeting Information: TBD
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organizations: The Southeastern Louisiana University Residence Hall is an on-campus organization that encourages residents to play an active role in residential life by advocating for residents, providing events within the residence halls, and offer leadership opportunities to improve the residents on-campus experience and life after Southeastern Louisiana University.  The Residence Hall Association will provide a voice for all residents by creating an open, diverse, and empowering environment in which students can participate and grow.

SLU College Democrats

 President: Clifton Hall (
Advisor: Margaret Gonzalez-Perez (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all students ready to help promote the principles of the Democratic Party.
Meeting Information:  Biweekly Wednesdays at 5:00 pm 
Dues: $15
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Louisiana University College Democrats provides an organization for progressive-minded students to be involved with those who have similar views.  We volunteer on Democratic campaigns, participate in Democratic events, inform the campus and community about Democratic issues, perform community service, and host social events.

SLU Gaming

President: Mason Alphonso (  
Advisor: Brad Hall (
Requirements for Membership: Must attend one meeting and one event each semester; must pay dues each semester 
Meeting Information: See website for details
Amount of Dues: $10.00
Description of Organizations: SLU Gaming is a platform on which members can come together for their shared passion of games of any type. We plan to host regular charity events while also sponsoring competitive gaming teams.
Website: SLU Gaming

Society for Human Resource Management

President:Jessica Robinson (
Advisor: Dr. Carl Phillips (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a current student and pay dues
Meeting Information: Tuesdays at 3:30
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester
Description of Organization: Professional development and networking for students in the human resources profession.

Sounds of Silence

President: Deanna Guarino (
Advisor: Lisa Pardue (
Requirements for Membership: Must have at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA and an interest in American Sign Language and deaf culture.
Meeting Information:Every other Wednesday from 5:30pm-6:30pm 
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester
Description of Organization: A group of well rounded and diverse students who share a common interest of becoming well versed in ASL as well as gaining an appreciation for deaf culture.


Southeastern Guitar Club

President: Jesse Yantis (
Advisor: Patrick Kerber (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to any Southeastern student enrolled full time and in good academic standing
Meeting Information: Second Wednesday of each month at 7:00-9:00pm in Pottle 107
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization:  SGC serves as a hub of fraternization on campus for guitarists.  Non-music majors welcome.

Southeastern House of MADE Men

 President: Nolan Hall (
Advisor: Kandace Formaggio (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to undergraduate student's enrolled full-time at Southeastern Louisiana University. 
Meeting Information: Meeting are open to members at 7:00 pm in Garratt Hall Room 37
Description of Organization: MADE Men is mentoring and captivating young adult males to develop the perseverance of education leadership and manhood. Through the effective methods of "Leading by example" and "Learning by doing".
Website: Made Men
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Southeastern Student Veterans Association

President: Hayden Stafford (
Advisor: SophieDagro Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to all veterans, active duty, reservists, ROTC, dependents, and any family members of service members.
Meeting Information: TBD
Amount of Dues: $5
Description of Organization: The mission of the Southeastern Student Veterans Association is to build camaraderie and morale while offering support and mentorship for all service members past, present, and future as well as their families.

Southeastern TableTop Club

President: Nicole Bailey (
Advisor: Jared Reno Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to all veterans, active duty, reservists, ROTC, dependents, and any family members of service members.
Meeting Information: TBD
Amount of Dues: $5
Description of Organization: The mission of the Southeastern Student Veterans Association is to build camaraderie and morale while offering support and mentorship for all service members past, present, and future as well as their families.


President: Robyn Lovetro (
Advisor: Marc Settembrino (
Requirements for Membership: Must be enrolled at Southeastern Louisiana University 
Meeting Information: Fayard Room 303 every Monday at 5:00 pm
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: standOUT is the LGBT alliance and organization on campus.  We celebrate diversity and equality.  In out business meetings we debate about several discussion topics, plan for upcoming events, and provide a safe space for all individuals

Student-Led Louisiana Early Childhood Association

President:Rebecca Wagner (
Advisor: Dr. Debra Jo Hailey (
Requirements for Membership: A member in good standing shall be any student of Southeastern Louisiana University who has paid their SLAECA dues and may pay the LAECA/SECA dues.
Meeting Information: TBD
Amount of Dues: $45.00 (includes SLAECA, LAECA, and SECA)
Description of Organization: Membership is open to all students on Southeastern Louisiana University campus who are concerned with the young child and their families.
Website: Student-Led Louisiana Early Childhood Association

Women in Technology

President: Nishma Maskey (
Advisor:  Dr. Lisa Kuhn (

Requirements for Membership: Potential members should currently be enrolled at Southeastern, 2.5 GPA
Meeting Information: Biweekly in Fayard or CS building
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: This organization is dedicated to promote and provide opportunities and professional experience for women pursuing education in STEM fields at Southeastern Louisiana University.

Website: Women in Technology

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Southeastern Diamond Girls

President: Vacant (
Advisor: Lindsey Owens (
Requirements for Membership:A minimum of a 2.0 GPA, good academic standing with the University, basic knowledge of NCAA rules and guidelines as well as the game of baseball. Members must also be able to dedicate time on nights and weekends for home baseball games - scheduling is a major piece of being able to join and members must be able to meet a minimum number of events to be "active" in the organization.
Meeting Information: One meeting in Fall semester/ monthly meetings in Spring semester
Amount of Dues: $60.00-$100.00
Description of Organization: We support and assist the SLU baseball team on and off the field.

Southeastern Judo Association

President: Erin Genovese (
Advisor: Sanichiro Yoshida (
Requirements for Membership: Interest in Judo, and have your own gi.
Meeting Information: Tuesdays/Thursdays 6:30PM & Saturdays 9:30AM
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: An organization dedicated to the teaching of Judo, the Gentle Way, and the mastery of the craft.

Southeastern Men's Lacrosse Team

President: Austin Danielson (
Advisor: Jason Templet (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a current male Southeastern student enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours (full-time) and be in good standing with the University. 
Amount of Dues: $400 per year
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Men's Lacrosse Club is a sport club organization that competes in the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) against other universities around the country. 
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Southeastern Rugby

President: William Munn (
Advisor: Jason Templet (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to any Southeastern student who has a passion for learning and playing rugby
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Rugby Club is a sport club organization that aims to teach students how to play rugby and compete against other universities.

Southeastern Running Club

President: Reagan Lee  (
Advisor: Jason Templet (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to any Southeastern student who has a passion for running, staying healthy, and must pass a physical
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization: We are a group of people that can encourage others and run together!  The Southeastern Running Club is open to anyone interested in running.  Your pace doesn't matter, as long as you can run!

Student Athlete Advisory Committee

President: Caroline Lee (
Advisor: Andrew Gipson (
Requirements for Membership: An eligible student athlete
Amount of Dues: $0
Description of Organization: Enhancing the student athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student athlete welfare, and fostering a positive student athlete image.