A Capella Choir
To present the best in choral music at the collegiate level.
Advisor: Patricia Corbin, Music Department, 256-782-5544
Alpha Kappa Psi
The mission of the Psi Chi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi is to produce a legacy of leaders that will flourish in morality, education and professionalism.
Advisor: Lola Johnston, Career Services, 256-782-5092
Alpha Omicron Omega
To enhance the education of students in the School of Education.
Advisor: Emily Sims, Secondary Education, 256-782-5853
Alpha Phi Sigma (C. J. Honor Society)
To recognize and promote academic excellence among students engaged in collegiate preparation for professional service in the field of criminal justice.
Advisor: H. Dean Buttram, Criminal Justice, 256-782-8179
Alpha Sigma Omega
To improve criminal justice through educational activities.
Advisor: Randal Wood, Criminal Justice, 256-782-5340
American Chemical Society
To advance the interest in chemistry through education and research.
Advisor: Al Nichols, Physical and Earth Science, 256-782-8150
American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA)
To get the students involved in the local design community, create a community of their own and help them build leadership and design skills that will be valuable as they move into the professional world.
Advisor: Christian Dunn, Art Department, 256-782-5622
To provide professional development and social interaction for students seeking a career working with young children.
Advisor: Jill Marsh, Family and Consumer Science, 256-782-5869
Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society-Chi Theta Chapter
The mission of Chi Theta is to promote counselor education student involvement in professional scholarship and service to the community.
Advisor: James Todd McGahey, Educational Resources, 256-782-8134
Delta Sigma Pi
Professional business fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities and to encourage scholarship, social activity and to promote close affiliation between the commercial world.
Advisor: John Sneed, Finance Economics Accounting, 256-782-5772
Family and Consumer Sciences Club (FSC)
To improve the lives of families, individuals and communities through community projects, fundraising and annual conventions.
Advisor: Robbie Boggs, Family and Consumer Sciences, 256-782-5056
Financial Management Association
To promote professional leadership opportunities in finance for students across business disciplines.
Advisor: Benjamin Boozer, Finance, Economic, Accounting, 256-782-5775
To further interest in and visibility of geography at JSU and in the surrounding region.
Advisor: Stephen Tsikalas, Physical and Earth Sciences, 256-782-5811
JSU Robotics Team Fosters the improvement of industrial technology with colleges, universities, businesses and industry.
Advisor: Phillip Dean, Applied Engineering, 256-782-5839
JSU Intramural Association
To introduce students to possible career opportunities in recreational sports.
advisor: Hunter Allen, University Recreation, 256-782-5073
Kappa Kappa Psi
To provide service to the college and university bands
Advisor: Jeremy Stovall, Music, 256-782-5061
Kappa Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Honor Society
To promote the interest of mathematics among undergraduate students and to recognize students who have attained academic distinction in mathematics.
Advisor: David Dempsey, MCIS, 256-782-5124
Kappa Pi Iota Alpha
To assist the art department with exhibitions and other functions, raise money for art scholarships, museum trips, raise awareness of the arts in the community and assist with art programs at local elementary and high schools.
Advisor: Jauneth Skinner, Art Department, 256-782-5626
Lambda Alpha Epsilon (Alpha Sigma Omega)
The goal of the organization is to represent JSU and the Criminal Justice department in regional and national competitions as well as help the community.
Advisor: Brian Patton, Criminal Justice, 256-782-8126
To educate and inform students interested in pursuing a profession in law.
Advisor: Lori Owens, Political Science, 256-782-5106
To help students interested in psychology learn more about it, attend psychology conferences, and find careers in psychology-related fields.
Advisor: Heidi Dempsey, Psychology and Philosophy Department, 256-782-5895
Public Relations Student Society of America
The Public Relations Organization is to provide an atmosphere of growth and development as young public relations professionals. We will thrive morally, educationally, and historically.
Advisor: Augustine Ihator, Communication Department, 256-782-8205
Sigma Alpha Iota
To enhance and uphold the highest standards of music for college women and alumnae who share an interest in music.
Advisor: Allison McInnis, Music, 256-782-6112
Sigma Tau Delta
To promote language literature, and literacy; to honor those who achieve excellence in these areas.
Advisor: Andrea Porter, English Department, 26-782-5861
Social Work Club
To promote a positive image of social work on campus and in the community.
Advisor: Jonathan Adams, Social Work Department, 256-782-5338
Society of Professional Journalist
To promote diversity, freedom of information and ethics.
Advisor: Mike Stedham, Communications Department, 256-782-5713
Society for Human Resource Managers (SHRM)
To promote professional networking and educating future human resource managers.
Advisor: Hill Mayfield, Management and Marketing, 256-782-5272
To promote professional, intellectual and personal growth, to encourage community consciousness by sponsoring activities of interest for students, to promote the ideas of service and scholarship through the discipline of sociology, to cooperate with other organizations at JSU, to continually strive to serve the community and better understand the social forces shaping it.
Advisor: Tina Deshotels, Sociology, 256-782-5350
Student Chapter American Choral Directors Association
The mission of the ACDA is to inspire excellence in choral music through education, performance, composition and advocacy
Advisor: Patricia Corbin, Music Department, 256-782-5544