We have three types of student organizations: Open, Departmental/National Affiliated, and Greek Life. Students can join Open organizations at any time. Departmental/National Affiliated organizations are typically honors societies or associated with a specific major. Greek Life has a formal membership and recruitment process.
If you do not find an organization that interests you, you can start a new organization! Email email@example.com to learn more about the process. All you need is 10 friends who want to join, and we will help you with the rest!
Open organizations are non-Greek student organizations which are not affiliated with a major or department of the University. These groups are based on interests student have and can be joined at any time throughout the semester. Click on each organization below to learn more or to join.
|Appointed||El Club de Espanol|
|Fellowship of Christian Athletes||The Gaming Guild|
Greek Organizations are membership based groups that have a formal recruitment and new member process. To learn more about the accomplishments of our Greek Chapters, please review the Greek Life Annual Report 2015.
Click here to learn more about Greek Life on campus.
|Local Sororities||Local Fraternities||Nationally Affiliated|
|Chi Alpha Omega||Delta Epsilon Omega||Alpha Psi Omega|
|Delta Chi Rho||Iota Chi Alpha||Kappa Kappa Psi|
|Pi Theta Chi||Zeta Chi||Tau Beta Sigma|
Departmental/Nationally Affiliated organizations align to either a department on campus or have specialized requirements such as field of study or GPA. Click on each organization below to learn more or to join.
Beta Beta Beta– An honor society for the life sciences.
Criminal Justice Club— A club to further acquaint and teach members about the different aspects of criminal justice, and to get members involved and acquainted with professionals in the field.
Exercise & Sports Science Club – A club designed to better ourselves in preparation for professions dealing with health, fitness, and recreation
Gamma Beta Phi – A scholastic honor, educational-service organization for students at Howard Payne University that is open to all students.
Jacket Ambassadors — A group of students devoted to promoting HPU and strengthening the student body by empowering current students to engage with prospective students. This campus service organization will encourage student leadership and advance institutional enrollment goals.
Kappa Delta Pi— An honor society for junior and senior students in education.
Ministerial Alliance — Engaged in deepening the spiritual being of men and women preparing for the Gospel ministry.
Pi Gamma Mu — A national honorary organization for junior and senior students in the social sciences.
Psi Chi — An international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
Phi Beta Lambda – An international business honor society.
Social Work Club — An honorary organization for social work majors.
Student Activities Council – University’s student-operated programming organization. SAC is responsible for planning, coordinating and hosting events for the student body that are entertaining, engaging and educational.
Student Government Association – This group functions as the official voice of the student body and act as a liaison between the students and the administration of the University.
Information About Hazing
This form will permit you to confidentially submit reports regarding incidents you believe to be hazing. A submitted report may result in an investigation by Student Activities into the alleged hazing incident. Every attempt will be made to keep all information submitted in this form confidential.
WARNING: False reports impede the ability of Student Activities to meaningfully conduct investigations of legitimate hazing incidents. Knowingly submitting a false report of hazing or misuse of this University form will result in disciplinary action under the Student Disciplinary Procedure.