Student Organizations provide an essential path for the growth and development of it members. The university greatly benefits from the energy and vitality these organizations give to campus life.
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Fraternities and Sororities: The National Pan-Hellenic Council of Greek-lettered organizations provides opportunities for students to develop leadership and organizational skills. Its members have a chance to make lasting friendships while participating in various campus activities and community services. Freshmen are not eligible for membership.
Honors Societies, Clubs, & Interest Groups: Over 90 honorary, professional and social interest groups are currently active on campus, recruiting members regularly. These organizations provide opportunities for student leadership through service, participation and friendship. They also develop school pride and aim to enhance students’ academic standings. Some membership restrictions apply.
This publication is not intended to be a contract, explicit or implied. Prairie View A&M University reserves the right to make changes in the policies, regulations, guidelines and information contained in this publication without notice or obligation. For additional information, contact the Office of Student Activities & Leadership and/or the Vice President for Student and Enrollment Services.