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 Welding Society, Student Chapter

President: Nicholas Roy (
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
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 Computing Machinery

President: Lauren Pace (
Advisor: Kuo-Pao Yang (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all ACM members and nonmembers.
Meeting Information: 2nd and 4th Thursday at 5. Currently through google meet, but might move to in person again.
Amount of Dues: $15
Description of Organization: The ACM at Southeastern is a local chapter of We are connected with the Computer Science Department and are geared for computer science/information technology majors.

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 via Zoom
Amount of Dues: None
Description of Organization: The Biology Graduate Student Organization consists of the graduate students in the Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Biology. We aim to engage with our community by provided scientific experiences, as well as support the graduate students within the 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.
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester 
Description of Organization: The Biology Undergraduate Society (BUGS) is a student organization open to all undergraduate Biology Majors at Southeastern Louisiana University as well as those who have an interest in Biology. One of our goals is to connect students of similar interests and like minds with each other. Our organization also seeks to promote and inspire a deeper interest in Biology and a better understanding and awareness of the various opportunities in this field. In the past, our organization has hosted speakers, and has organized extracurricular field trips to such places as the Tulane National Primate Research Center and Barnhill Preserve. Our organization also takes part in educational outreach events such as STEM fest.

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: First Wednesday of the month in Garrett Hall. 
Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: Assist Southeastern's College of Business with informing students, parents, alumni and other stakeholders about the benefits of being a business major. The Ambassadors work alongside faculty and staff to encourage and educate current students about the importance of campus involvement during their college career, along with their education. Ambassadors work as a team to be spokespeople at high school visits, recruiting events, on-campus events, and participate in marketing and social media campaigns to enhance the student experience at Southeastern
Website: College of Business Ambassadors FacebookInstagram

Department of World Languages and Cultures Student Ambassadors

President: Adrienne Cox (
Advisor: Jerry Parker (
Requirements for Membership:
Must be majoring in World Languages or minoring in an area within the Department of World Languages and Cultures - Have a cumulative GPA of a 2.7 - Commit two consecutive semesters with willingness to participate in summer activities, as needed - Demonstrate commitment the celebration of multiculturalism and diversity on Southeastern’s campus and the southeast region - Show enthusiasm toward the study of world languages and cultures and their promotion at Southeastern - Have a dedication of excellence to Southeastern - Must be enrolled in and successfully complete six (6) units per semester at Southeastern - Must be a student in good standing and not on Academic, Progress, or Disciplinary Probation or Suspension
Amount of Dues: N/A
Meeting Information: TBD
Description of OrganizationStudent Ambassadors for the Department of World Languages and Cultures are a select group of individuals who act as representatives of the department in various capacities with the mission of raising awareness about the importance of bilingualism and biculturalism among undergraduate and graduate students and in the immediate community. World Languages and Cultures student ambassadors work in tandem with department faculty, staff, and students to engage and educate the public on relevant concerns.

Educators Rising Collegiate

President: Braxton Michel (
Advisor: Dr. Paula Calderon (
Requirements for Membership: Enrolled at Southeastern Louisiana University
Amount of Dues: TBD
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. 

Financial Management Association

President: Lonica Wallace (
Advisor: Danielle Lewis (
Requirements for Membership: N/A
Meeting Information: N/A
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization:
Our Vision: The vision of the Financial Management Association International is to be the global leader in developing and disseminating knowledge about financial decision making. Our Mission: FMA's mission is to broaden the common interests between academicians and practitioners, provide opportunities for professional interaction between and among academicians, practitioners and students, promote the development and understanding of basic and applied research and of sound financial practices, and to enhance the quality of education in finance. Serving the global finance community by: Promoting the development of high-quality research that extends the frontier of financial knowledge Promoting the understanding of basic and applied research and of sound financial practices Enhancing the quality and relevance of education in finance Providing opportunities for professional interaction between and among academics, practitioners, and students

Health Systems Management Club

President: Sheila Dardano (
Advisor: Susan Tufts (
Requirements for Membership: Active members shall be in their junior or senior year as a Health System Management major Associate members shall be freshmen or sophomores as a Health System Management major or a student interested in HSM.
Meeting Information: Monthly via Google Meet
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester
Description of Organization: The purpose of this organization shall be: To educate current and perspective Health Systems Management majors about careers in the field. To provide an outlet for Health System Management majors to be able explore the many career possibilities, learn about continuing their education, and share their experiences in the program and their internship.

Kappa Kappa Psi

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

Institute of Supply Management

President: Raissa Oliveiro (
Advisor: Michael A. Jones (
Requirements for Membership: Student in good standing. 
Meeting Information: Once a month on a Tuesday
Amount of Dues: $15
Description of Organization: The Institute for Supply Management is a strategic resource for career growth and development. It offers students the opportunity to meet new people, network with Supply Chain Management Professionals, and attend a wide variety of professional events. Also, it provides an opportunity for students with common interests to share those interests with other students.

Le Cercle Francais

President: Jacey Fitzmorris (
Advisor: Aileen Mootoo (
Requirements for Membership: A love for the French and Francophone world
Meeting Information: TBA
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester
Description of Organization: We are Southeastern's French Club. We serve as a place where like minded lovers of all aspects of the French and Francophone world can meet and share their admiration for France. Our organization promotes cultural and linguistic literacy through a plethora of events, including: guest speakers, virtual field trips, and hands on activities. Members do not need to speak fluent French to participate.

Lion Toastmasters

President: Gianna Nastasi (
Advisor: Jay Johnson (
Requirements for Membership: All guests are welcome! To be an official member, you must pay $65 the first time and $45 for renewals.
Meeting Information: Every other Wednesday at 5:30 in Garrett Hall Room 73
Amount of Dues: $65
Description of Organization: Lion Toastmasters is a leadership and communication organization that specializes in helping our members grow in what ever ways they need.

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: Mondays @ 5:15 in Garrett Hall plus other scheduled events as they pop up!
Amount of Dues: $15
Description of Organization: The MBA Society is an organization compiled of MBA students that exhibit professional behavior with the goals of continuous development. We aim to enhance the MBA experience beyond the classroom through networking, professional development, and asting friendships.

National Association of Black Accountants

President: Alva Allen (
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 Wednesday at 3:30pm
Amount of Dues:
$35 payable to national organization
Description of Organization: 
Student chapter of the professional organization
National Association of Black Accountants

National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)

President:Isabella Dubay (
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:The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a pre-professional association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders. NSSLHA is the national organization for graduate and undergraduate students interested in the study of normal and disordered human communication. The purpose of the Southeastern NSSLHA Chapter is to encourage professional interest among college and university students in the study of normal and disordered human communication, to provide a vehicle for student representation in matters of professional concern and many other things concerning CSD students and the profession.
Website: National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA)

Nurses Christian Fellowship

President: Sarah McGee (
Advisor: Emily Weatherford (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a nursing major.
Meeting Information: Monthly; virtually
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: 
A spiritual organization for all nursing majors which promotes fellowship and service and a commitment to linking spirituality with the nursing profession.

Pottery Club

President: Jennifer Calloway (
Advisor: Dennis Sipiorski (
Requirements for Membership: Students must be currently enrolled in the university, as well as having taken at least one ceramics course.
Meeting Information: Weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:00pm, In the Ceramics Lab
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: 
The organization for students who have taken, or are currently enrolled in, any of the ceramics courses. The organization aims to connect these students with one another, to form a community connection. It also hires visiting artists to come to campus, or host a zoom meeting, in order to show differing techniques, styles, and perspectives in the ceramic arts. Finally, the club allows students to get knowledge and experience selling their art in a formal setting.

Pre-Law Students Association

President: Heaven Sutton (
Advisor: William Chernoff (
Requirements for Membership: Maintain a 2.0 GPA and have an interest in law.
Meeting Information: Biweekly on Tuesdays via Google Meet
Amount of Dues: $15 for the year or $8 per semester
Description of Organization: This organization's objectives are to help students prepare for and become more knowledgeable about law school. Activities include Moot Court competitions, volunteer opportunities, guest speakers, LSAT practice, and lectures related to law. 

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.

Southeastern Accounting Society

President: Bree McCarley
Advisor:Candice Boucree (
Requirements for Membership:Must be a business major. Must pay semester dues, and must obtain at least two participation points per semester
Meeting Information: Once a month 
Amount of Dues: $5
Description of Organization:An academic and social organization that helps accounting and business majors connect with their piers. We also provide opportunities to connect with prospective employers and scholarship providers.

Southeastern Scholars

President: Matthew Chaney-Martinez
Amanda Hammonds (
Requirements for Membership:
Organization membership is open to students currently or formerly enrolled in the Southeastern Scholars or Gifted-Talented Programs.
Meeting Information:
Varies by semester. Please email for the meeting schedule. 
Amount of Dues: 
Description of Organization: 
The Southeastern Scholars Organization exists to help Southeastern’s Early College Students succeed academically, engage socially, and develop professionally.

Southeastern Student Nurses Association

President:Autleigh Vineyard (
Advisor: Sharon Landry (
Requirements for Membership: Enrolled in the School of Nursing at Southeastern
Meeting Information:Hammond and Baton Rouge campuses
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.  Website: Student Nurses Association InformationFacebook

Spanish Club

President: Jayla Breaux (
Advisor: Rodrigo Pereyra (
Requirements for Membership: Students: Must have a 2.0 cumulative GPA is required and a 3.2 to become an officer Must be active Must have a strong desire to learn about Latin/Hispanic cultures Can be from any department on campus Honrary Members: Alumni, Faculty and students/teachers from surrounding high schools and colleges can become a member for a fee of $15
Meeting Information: Wednesdays at 5p via Zoom
Amount of Dues: $5/semester or $15/year
Description of Organization: Spanish Club is an organization dedicated to giving students and faculty the opportunity to take part in Latin/Hispanic culture with food, games, music and so much more. As a member, Southeastern students and/or faculty from all depart have the opportunity to learn and practice their Spanish and fully embrace all the traditions that Latin/Hispanic culture has to offer. 
Youtube: Spanish Club


Student Athletic Training Association

President: Kristen Loving (
Erin Kennedy (
Requirements for Membership: 
Interest in athletic training
Meeting Information: 
Once a month @7:30am on Wednesdays
Amount of Dues: 
$25 to join in Spring; $20 to join in Fall
Description of Organization: 
The Purpose Statement of SATA is to expand the overall scope of our educational experience by means of promoting educational activities, that we might establish closer contact with those who are involved in our future profession. We strive to be very active in the community as well as within our profession. We participate in many community and philanthropic activities. 


Student Council for Exceptional Children

President: Katlyn Knight (
Advisor: Colleen Klein-Ezell (
Requirements for Membership: Membership shall consist of students and faculty at Southeastern Louisiana University interested in helping local exceptional children and adults.
Meeting Information: 3rd Thursday of every month. It is subject to change each semester with member and officer availability.
Amount of Dues: No local dues. If interested in an international membership, it is $40 for a basic student membership.
Description of Organization: The purpose of this organization is to promote the welfare and education of exceptional children and adults. The organization will also help members learn about exceptionalities, gain pre-career experience, and meet others with common interests.


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:Must usher at least one main stage show, must get 10 service hours in first semester, must pay dues, and must perform something at our invitation 
Meeting Information: Every other Monday, in student union annex room 2207 at 5:00 pm
Amount of Dues: $10 per semester
Description of Organization: We are a theatre honor society. We provide ushers for selu and the columbia. Our goal is to further the knowledge of our members.

Chi Sigma Iota

President: Dalina Dahlmans (dalina.dahlmans@southeastern.eduAdvisor: 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: Virtual; once a month Fridays at 12:00 p.m.  Amount of Dues: Local -$15/semester
Description of Organization: CSI is an international honor society that values academic and professional excellence in counseling. We promote a strong professional identity through members (professional counselors, counselor educators, and students) who contribute to the realization of a healthy society by fostering wellness and human dignity. Our mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership, advocacy, and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling.

Website: Chi Sigma Iota

Gamma Beta Phi

President: Ethan Hunt (
Advisor: Antoinette Alack (
Requirements for Membership: Must have a Cum. 3.2 GPA and maintain a 3.0 semester GPA. All Majors and All Classifications Welcome
Meeting Information: Bi-Monthly: Tues @ 4pm and Wednesdays at 5pm: Virtually via Google Meet
Amount of Dues: Per Sem: $15.00
Description of Organization: 
Gamma Beta Phi is a scholastic, honor, educational-service organization, for certain students, faculty and staff at accredited colleges and universities that recognizes and encourages excellence in education, promotes the development of leadership ability and character in the members thereof and fosters, disseminates, and improves education by appropriate service projects, through membership and engagement at Southeastern. 


Honors Student Association

President: Rachael Tullier (
Advisor: Claire Procopio (
Requirements for Membership: Regularly enrolled Southeastern Louisiana University student with an active status in the Honors program
Meeting Information: Bi-monthly as announced in weekly Honors email.
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: The purpose of this organization is to promote versatile academic achievement while providing social networking opportunities.

Kappa Delta Pi

President: Kristine Brown (
Advisor: Susan Zimlich (
Requirements for Membership: GPA of 3.0, Completed 18 credit hours, Completed 6 hours in professional education courses “OR”, Currently completing 6 hours in professional education courses
Meeting Information: Biweekly on Wednesdays @5:00-6:00
Amount of Dues: $15 local; $50 international annually
Description of Organization: The Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society subscribes to the four ideals of Fidelity to Humanity, Service, Science, and Toil. We endeavor to maintain professional fellowship, enhance professional growth, and honor achievement in the field of education and related helping professions. Education is a vital force in any society that encourages universal welfare and individual progress. Education is likewise the cornerstone of democracy and the foundation for personal fulfillment. As an International Honor Society in Education, Kappa Delta Pi has adopted and continues to pledge fidelity to four cherished ideals: Humanity, Science, Service, and Toil. The central ideal of fidelity to Humanity is faith in the potential of all human beings, through education, to experience more meaningful lives. Kadelpians pledge their loyalty to the ideal that young and old of every race and creed shall, through equality of educational opportunity, enjoy physical health, social and political rights, and economic justice. Fidelity to the ideal of Science requires faithfulness to the cause of free inquiry. It implies accepting proven and replicative truth as a way of eliminating prejudice and superstition. It also implies not rushing to condemn the old and tested truth to accept ideas and practices that seem new and spectacular. Fidelity to Science requires, perhaps most of all, not distorting evidence to support a favored theory or practice. A major incentive of the great teachers of the world has always been their desire to serve learners of all ages, classes, and races. Kadelpians pledge fidelity to Service as they enable learners and communities, through education, to achieve justice, peace, and a better quality of life for persons everywhere. Toil is the fourth ideal to which Kadelpians pledge fidelity. With faith in the social necessity and intrinsic reward of the teaching profession, they show their will to do what must be done. If one life is given greater freedom and nobler vision, toil is not in vain. So to teach that my words and actions inspire a will to learn; so to serve that each day may enhance the growth of exploring and expanding minds; so to live that I may guide young and old to know the truth and love the right. To the fulfillment of these ideals, I pledge my efforts and loyalty.
Website: Kappa Delta Pi

Lambda Pi Eta

President: Adelina Ramirez (
Advisor: Fay Boudreaux (
Requirements for Membership: High standard; GPA 3.0 at least
Meeting Information: N/A
Amount of Dues: $80
Description of Organization: Communications and Media Studies Honor Society

Psi Chi

President: Elizabeth Farizo (
Advisor: Dr. Paula Varnado-Sullivan (
Requirements for Membership:
UNDERGRAD: must be enrolled as a major or minor in a psychology program or a program psychological in nature, have completed at least 3 semesters or equivalent of full-time college coursework, have completed at least 9 semester credit hours or equivalent of psychology courses, have earned a cumulative GPA that is in the top 35% of their class (sophomore, junior, or senior) compared to their classmates across the entire university or the college that houses psychology (minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4-point scale), and have a minimum 3.0 GPA average for psychology courses. GRAD STUDENTS: be accepted into and enrolled in a psychology or closely related graduate program, have completed at least 9 semester credit hours of graduate psychology courses in that program, have an overall GPA of at least 3.0 in all graduate courses including psychology courses, meet their graduate program's requirements (e.g., if specific courses require an A or B, students must meet those requirements even if their cumulative GPA is above 3.0)
Meeting Information: 3rd Monday of every month via Google Meet
Amount of Dues: $55 national (one time), $10 semester
Description of Organization: Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in psychology.
Website: Psi Chi

Southeastern Scholars

President: Matthew Chaney-Martinez (
Advisor: Amanda Hammonds (
Requirements for Membership: Organization membership is open to students currently or formerly enrolled in the Southeastern Scholars or Gifted-Talented Programs.
Meeting Information: Varies by semester. Send an email for the meeting schedule.
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Scholars Organization exists to help Southeastern’s Early College Students succeed academically, engage socially, and develop professionally.

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

President: Gregory Cannon (
Advisor: Gregory Cannon (
Requirements for Membership: Juniors must have completed at least 72 credit hours, with at least 24 semester hours at their current institution, and rank in the top 7.5 percent of their class. Seniors must have completed at least 90 credit hours, with at least 24 semester hours at their current institution, and rank in the top 10 percent of their class. Graduate students must have completed at least 18 graduate hours or the equivalent at their institution and rank in the top 10 percent of their class. Faculty, professional staff and alumni who achieve scholarly distinction may also be eligible.
Meeting Information: Depends on the officers' teaching schedules. Two meetings per semester (1 officers, 1 general mtg.)
Amount of Dues: $65 for new; $35 to renew
Description of Organization: Phi Kappa Phi is a national interdisciplinary honor society. The mission of Phi Kappa Phi is to recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others.


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's at 7pm in the St. Albert's Auditorium
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: The Catholic Student Association is a place for students to grow in community, while living out their Catholic faith through the sacraments. We are always open for students to hang out in community. All are welcome, regardless of their faith affiliation. In addition to our weekly meetings, we host Free Lunch on every Tuesday, as well as other events throughout the semester.

Campus Outreach

President: Madison Nichols (
Jennifer DePhillips (
Requirements for Membership: All are welcome
Meeting Information: 
Weekly meetings. Time and Locations TBD
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: 
Interdenominational Christian Ministry dedicated to building Laborers on the Campus for the Lost World.
Website: Campus Outreach

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

President: Mervian Smith ( 
Advisor: Sheryl Baham francis (
Requirements for Membership: Student or Alumni at Southeastern Louisiana University
Meeting Information: 
Wednesdays at 8:00PM
Amount of Dues: 
Description of Organization: 
InterVarsity is a Christian organization that encourages student’s spiritual growth by offering them a community where they can learn about the word of God together.This organization aims to teach students how to study the word of God on their own and become spiritual leaders on campus.

Lions for the Lamb

President: Thomas Floyd (
Advisor: Corliss Dupuy (
Requirements for Membership:Student or Alumni at Southeastern Louisiana University
Meeting Information:Tuesdays @ 6:30pm, Student Union Annex Room 2207
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization:We are a Christian organization that assembles every Tuesday night. We start the event off by singing a few songs. Then, we have someone speak about a spiritual topic, and fellowship afterwards while maintaining social distance.

Southeastern Delight

President: Aubree Dillon (
Michele Mayberry (
Requirements for Membership: 
Must be a woman attending SLU
Meeting Information: Tuesday Nights Bi-Weekly @ 6 in Cate St Park
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization:
 Our mission is to invite college women into Christ-centered community that fosters vulnerability and transforms stories.

Southeastern Gospel Choir

President: Edrica Thomas (
Advisor:  Jerrie Hanible (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to SLU students.
Meeting Information: 
Virtual Meetings
Amount of Dues: 
Description of Organization: 
The SLU Gospel Choir was established in 1973 and is the first black organization on SLU's campus. The mission of the Southeastern Louisiana University Gospel Choir is to provide an opportunity whereby students can actively participate, become a member of a social organization, provide cultural and spiritual enrichment, and render services to our school, community, state, and country while expressing his/her love for God and religion.

Southeastern Wesley Foundation

President: Sara Sadowsky (
Advisor:Sherri Craig (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to all southeastern students.
Meeting Information: Meeting time varies. Please refer to the website for details
Amount of Dues: N/A.
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Wesley Foundation exists to serve the students, faculty, and staff of Southeastern Louisiana University mind, body, and soul.
Website:Wesley Foundation 


Circle K International

President: Taylor DeBourg (
Advisor: Kimberly Caruso (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a full time Southeastern Student
Meeting Information: N/A
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: Circle K International is a community service organization who take part in many community service projects throughout the school year.


President: Tayla Phillips (
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. 

Best Buddies

President:Jennifer Williamson (
Advisor: Lori Ostarly-Ulfers (
Requirements for Membership: The only requirement is to be an active member in Best Buddies by participating in events and have a positive personality around our participants.
Meeting Information: Two Fridays a month from 12-1pm at OPTIONS
Amount of Dues: $20 per semester
Description of Organization: We are an organization that works with OPTIONS in Hammond to develop one on one friendships with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Black Student Union

President: Taylor DeBourg
Advisor: Adonica Reed (
Requirements for Membership: Membership is open to Southeastern students enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours with a GPA of 2.3 or higher.
Meeting Information: Mondays at 5:00 pm
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: Alexandra Mashon (
Advisor: Jamie Napolitano (
Requirements for Membership: Membership shall be open to Southeastern Louisiana University Students that are in the Health and Human Sciences field and have at least a 3.0 GPA in core curriculum courses. 
Meeting Information: Google Meet, Tuesdays, once a month, 2:00 p.m.
Amount of Dues: $10
Description of Organization: The purpose of the Child Life Student Association at Southeastern Louisiana University is to promote professional growth of our undergraduate and graduate students through education, real-world experiences, and developing meaningful connections with local 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: Daniel Seither (
Advisor: Dr. Lee Lind (
Requirements for Membership: Anyone can participate and show up to meetings whenever available.
Meeting Information: Meetings will be virtual or in person, depending on circumstance. Please look at emails for details.
Dues: N/A
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.

Ducks Unlimited

President: Kyle King (
Advisor: Nancy Higginbotham  (
Requirements for Membership: Must attend the banquet to be considered active
Meeting Information: Once a month; days and time TBD
Dues: $25
Description of Organization:
The purpose of Ducks Unlimited. With the aim of having sufficient wetlands to increase waterfowl population, the main mission of Ducks Unlimited is habitat conservation. The organization restores, manages and conserves the North American wetlands, which serve as habitats for waterfowl. We raise money for wildlife habitats and volunteer to save the wetlands. 

E.L.I.T.E Women

President: Jessica Scioneaux (
Advisor: Yazmyn Smith (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a female student at Southeastern
Meeting Information: Wednesdays at 6:00pm via Google Meet
Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: Emerging Leaders Inspire Through Excellence. E.L.I.T.E. Women is a women's empowerment organization with 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: Mattie Hawkins (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a full time Southeastern Student
Meeting Information: N/A
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: Flipside Dance is a dance organization who performs at various events throughout the school year.

International Student Union

President: Thais Gomes (
Advisor: Mattie Hawkins (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a current Southeastern student
Meeting Information: Biweekly at 6:00PM via Zoom
Amount of Dues: N/A
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 different 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:Michaela Thorpe (
Advisor: Rebecca Tuxhorn (
Requirements for Membership: Be a Southeastern student with an interest in social justice.
Meeting Information: TBA
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: Justice4All is a group for all races, ethnicities, sexualities, and genders to join together to fight injustice.

Lion Design Association

President:Destiny Richardson (
Advisor: Gary Keown (
Requirements for Membership: Must be a Southeastern student maintain a 2.0 or better
Meeting Information: Typically Wednesday @5pm in East Strawberry Stadium Graphic Design Lab. *Subject to change
Amount of Dues: $10 
Description of Organization: Lion Design Association is a student graphic design organization that aims to unite students studying or interested in graphic design. Here, we give students the outlet to express their creativity, learn new skills, or get feedback on their current projects. 

Lions 4 Life

President: Mathew Massey (
Advisor: Matt Rossano ( 
Requirements for Membership: None
Meeting Information: TBA
Amount of Dues: None 
Description of Organization: A profile group stiving to remind people that all lives matter and to support women who are in need. 

Nepalese Student Association at Southeastern Louisiana University

President: Basanta Khakurel (
Advisor: Dr. George Gibson (
Requirements for Membership: A student enrolled at Southeastern
Meeting Information: Once a month on last Friday or Saturday, off campus
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 


President: Madison Zeringue (
Advisor: David Burley (
Requirements for Membership: None
Meeting Information: Every third Wednesday at 5 on Google Meet
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: A sustainability and environmental health organization which aims to educate and unite students through efforts to better our planet.

Sexual Violence Unmasked

President: Catherine Wooton (
Advisor: Sara Sohr- Preston (
Requirements for Membership: Students enrolled in the university with at least a 2.0 gpa
Meeting Information: One Wednesday a month beginning at 6:00 pm 
Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: The purpose of this organization shall be to empower students to put an end to sexual violence by ensuring that our community, campus, and world adapt to a zero-tolerance policy for all forms of sexual assault.

SLU College Democrats

 President: Clifton Hall (
Advisor: Margaret Gonzalez-Perez (
Requirements for Membership: Open to all students who are interested in politics and the promotion of progressive principles.
Meeting Information:  Biweekly Wednesdays at 5:00 pm 
Dues: $10
Description of Organization: The Southeastern Louisiana University chapter of College Democrats seeks to further progressive causes across our campus, city, state, and country. We strive to do this by informing everyone on the political realities of the day, and then helping students organize to achieve political victories through activism and electoral politics.

SLU Gaming

President: Mason Alphonso (  
Advisor: Paulo Regis (
Requirements for Membership: Must attend one meeting and one event each semester; must pay dues each semester 
Meeting Information: Weekly online game nights Friday at 6 P.M. via Discord
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 student currently enrolled at Southeastern.
Meeting Information: Tuesdays at 3:30 via Google Meet
Amount of Dues: N/A
Description of Organization: Our chapter focuses on educating our members on human resource laws, trends, current events, and local internships to prepare them for a career in HR. We work closely with our local professional chapter on the Northshore, NSHRM, to provide members with guest speakers and access to NSHRM monthly meetings, as well as networking and job shadowing opportunities to expand their professional knowledge and experience. In the 2019-2020 year, we were awarded the Superior Merit Award for outstanding chapter performance and have excitedly begun working towards that goal for the current year. We are dedicated to providing our members with as many resources as possible to ensure their success throughout the program, and into their careers after graduation. While our club is tailored to those in the HR concentration, it would benefit any major, especially those in business, to learn about the hiring practices, laws, and current events that will impact them in the workplace.

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 
Amount of Dues: N/A
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".
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Southeastern Student Veteran Association

President: James Dyess (
Advisor: Matthew Watkins (
Requirements for Membership:

Must be a US Military Veteran or Military Active/Reservist Duty or Military-affiliate (spouse, dependent, caregiver) to hold active member status. Any persons that does not meet the requirements must seek permission from the President or Vice President and be accepted by a majority vote between the Executive Board.
Meeting Information: Meetings will be held at least (4) times a semester with the President having the power to call a meeting at any time if labeled necessary by the Officers.
Amount of Dues: N/A.
Description of Organization: Southeastern Student Veterans Association aims to create a stronger, more diverse veteran and military culture on Southeastern’s campus through the collaboration of its members and the Southeastern community.

Southeastern Mens Lacrosse Club

 President: Austin Danielson (
Advisor: Jason Templet (
Requirements for Membership: Eligibility- Full time student at Southeastern (12 hours)
MCLA eligibility- 4 years Must buy equipment to play.
Meeting Information: Contact through social media
Amount of Dues: $450
Description of Organization: We are in the MCLA Lone Star Alliance division 2 conference. We are a student funded organization. Established in the year of 2016. No experience is required.

Southeastern Running Club

President: Reagan Lee (
Advisor: Jason Templet (
Requirements for Membership: Must be an undergraduate or graduate student at Southeastern, Must maintain a GPA of a 1.75 and above, Must pay all club dues
Meeting Information: Runs are held 2-3 times a week with a monthly sit-down meeting to discuss monthly goals, etc.
Amount of Dues: $25
Description of Organization: We are a club sport on campus that promotes healthy living, teamwork, and building friendships through exercise. We are a distance group of runners ranging from 1 mile to 6 miles. We accept any runners!