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Student Organizations

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The University of Central Missouri has over 200 recognized student organizations. There are 8 different categories of organizations, including:

  • Academic/Departmental - Organizations must be tied to an academic program or department on campus.
  • Community Service - Organizations that donate the majority of their time to being a service organization.
  • Cultural Heritage/Ethnic Identity - Organizations that represent ethnic culture and heritage.
  • Honor Society - Organizations that are recognized as an honors group. These groups have strict guidelines with GPA and hours.
  • Recreational/Club Sport - Organizations that is physically active.
  • Religious - Organizations that a religiously based.
  • Social Greek Organizations - Organization must be charter on campus.
  • Special Interest/Miscellaneous - Organizations that do not fall into any of the other categories but still have an interest to be on campus.

How to “investigate” student organizations at UCM!

  1. Go to the UCM Homepage (ucmo.edu)
  2. On the upper right corner, click on the "MYC" icon (MyCentral)
  3. Enter your 700# and password
  4. Under Student Services, click “Activities”
  5. Under “Activities” search for any organization that might interest you under each of the categories!

Academic


A-B

  • Accounting Students Association
    -is affiliated with the IMA, Institute of Management Accountants. Our meetings are every two weeks. We host professional events, community service events, fundraising events, and socials. We are open to all interested in accounting.
  • Actuarial Organization
    -TAO serves students who are majoring or interested in actuarial science. The organization is academic in nature and holds activities ranging from career fairs to guest speakers. Meeting times vary from semester to semester. Meetings are held about once a month in the afternoon in the WC Morris building. Details are emailed to members prior to meetings.
  • Africana Studies Leadership Council
    -A student organization that focuses looking deeper into the history of African-American people; which is meant to help students learn about themselves and other cultures as well.
  • Agriculture Club
    -This is a group for everyone who has an interest in agriculture. We do various social activities through out the year. Dues are $5 per semester.
  • Air & Waste Management Assoc
    -Please visit Safety Sciences bulletin board for activities information.
  •  Alumni Ambassadors Association
    -is a supportive organization for the Alumni Foundation. The executive committee meets weekly with networkers will join this meeting bi-weekly. In addition to meetings, Alumni Ambassadors are expected to attend alumni events and help with set-up. This student organization welcomes all majors that are interested in meeting alumni and connecting them with students to promote student engagement.
  • American Association of Airport Execs
    -is the world's largest professional organization for airport executives, representing thousands of airport management personnel. The UCM student chapter of the AAAE is a student ran organization. We help prepare student to fulfill their responsibility to the airports and the communities they serve. AAAE not only gives students the skills to become a great manager, it also gives them the ability to grow as a leader.
  • American Choral Directors Assoc
    -Founded in 1959, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is a nonprofit music-education organization whose expressed purposes outline the associations dedication to the advancement of choral music.
  • American Design Drafting Assoc
    -is a national organization that includes professional and education chapters. Our mission is to supports and prepare the design profession to preserve the past and imagine the future. 
  • American Institute of  Building Design
    -to promote the value of residential building design professionals. 
  • American Institute Graphic Arts
    -Graphic Design students at the University of Central Missouri, in the interest of community and as a reflection of participation in the national association, AIGA (The professional association for design), hereby form the “AIGA University of Central Missouri Student Group”.
  • Amer Soc for Quality (ASQ)
    -has been established by the Master of Science degree programs in the School of Technology at the University of Central Missouri. This organization was formally approved by the American Society for Quality (ASQ) headquarters on April 28, 2009. The Master of Science degree in Industrial Management and Technology programs promote activities for the development of professional skills in students. It also encourages students to practice skills in leadership, management, teamwork, and quality. Our mission is to bring awareness among students about the importance of Quality in today's Industry and business and help them gain knowledge by interacting with quality professionals working in diverse organizations.
  • Amer Soc Safety Engineers
    -exists to promote the advancement of the safety profession and safety education and to foster the professional well-being and development of its members within the campus and community.
  • American Chemical Society
    -This club is for any science majors or anyone interested in the sciences. Our official name is the American Chemical Society and we are a student chapter. For specific dates, there will be fliers posted in the halls of WCM (usually on the 4th floor). We offer students a fun way to network with instructors and others from other universities. Being a part of the ACS also gives a great background for chemistry students.
  • American Marketing Assoc
    -is an organization that strives to help marketing students gain a better understanding of different fields within marketing, as well as helping each member begin to build a foundation for a career.
  • Art Education Club
    -The mission of the Art Education Club is to work cooperatively to become well-rounded, well-informed educators of the visual arts. We encourage participation in the National Art Education Association. As a group we attend conferences, go on classroom visits, and do other group activities pertaining to art education.
  • Athletic Training Student Association
    -The mission is to furthur the knowledge of the professional of Athletic Training and to give students opportunities to advance and gain experience as future professionals in the field of athletic training.
  • Assoc for Computing Machinery
    -Our organization strives to unite students with related fields of study  by providing out-of-class exposure. The objectives of ACM include: Help to improve the computing skills of ACM members; Provide information regarding scientific, design, development, construction, language, and applications of computers; and Allow a means of communication between individuals with an interest in computing. Members can be involved in many activities such as, programming contests, conferences and other social events.
  • Association of Social Work Club
    -is an organization of students who have a common interest in practicing the; values of the Social Work profession; through community service, fundraising for charitable causes, promoting awareness of social issues; and ;professional development. We have an open membership policy; we welcome any UCM student who shares our passion and motivation to serve others and give back to the community.
  • Assoc of Social Work at CSC
    -is an organization of students who have a common interest in practicing the values of the Social Work profession through community service, fundraising for charitable causes, promoting awareness of social issues, and professional development. We have an open membership policy; we welcome any UCM student who shares our passion and motivation to serve others and give back to the community.
  • Assoc Stu Indust Hygienist
    -Department of Safety Sciences student organization for students who are interested in industrial hygiene aspects of the safety field.
  •  Audio Engineering Society
    -strives to provide an extra-curricular experience that focuses on the many opportunities in Audio, Music, and Broadcasting. Search for us on Facebook to get updates on Meetings dates and details.
  • Behavior Analysis Club- is to inform students about Behavior Analysis and what the field has to offer in terms of careers, help students learn about current research and applications of behavior analysis, create a forum for formal and informal discussions about Behavior Analysis to further the science of behavior, and serve as a philanthropical organization. We will hold fund raisers, attend conferences, career conventions, etc. To be a member you must be a student in the Department of Psychological Sciences. It will cost $10 per year to be a member in which you will get a T-shirt that is designed and voted on at meetings. Meetings will be once a month. Location and time will be decided by the club officers and advisor. Officer elections will be at the beginning of the spring semester with a 30 day notice before election day.
  • B-SOMbody: The Black Male Initiative
    -Our meeting times are every other Tuesday upstairs in the Multicultural and Inclusivity area of the Union. If you wish to become a member simply reach out to our already members and come to a meeting.

C-M

 

  • Central Missouri Math Educator
    - for future math educators or any education major interested in promoting mathematics in the classroom. 
  • CHAMP
    -The purposes of CHAMP shall be: To serve and act as a resource for all University of Central Missouri (UCM) students interested Child Life or in working with children in medical settings. To further acknowledge the Child and Family Development (CFD) program and its recognition on the University of Central Missouri campus. To foster the learning development of Child Life through meetings, workshops, resources, and guest speakers.
  • Clay Club
    -The purpose of Clay Club is to promote awareness and accessibility to the Ceramic Arts and artists. This includes providing funding to travel and attend conferences such as NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts), hosting and attending lectures, pottery sales, and visits to galleries, museums and artist studios. Clay Club is open to anyone interested in the ceramic arts!
  • College Stu Personnel Assoc
    -is a graduate level student organization for all students interested in Student Affairs. The focus of the organization is to help the CSPA members with leadership, social, conferences, professional development, alumni relations and undergraduate initiatives. 
  • Collegiate Cattlemen's Chapter
     -for students who desire to be involved with the beef cattle industry in Missouri. 
  • Collegiate Farm Bureau
    -is an organization for students interested in Agriculture. They do not have to be an Agriculture major to be a member. We coincide with Johnson County Farm Bureau with some of our activities. Farm Bureau is a large political voice for agriculture. 
  • Computer Info Sys & Analy Org
     -offers all UCM students, possessing an interest in the use of computing technologies and analytics to support organizations, an opportunities to enhance their technical and nontechnical skills through training, interaction with IT professionals and service projects in a fun-filled, yet beneficial setting.
  • Council of Human Dev & Family Science's
    -mission is to provide an opportunity for students to learn and grow in the field of family relations by offering them a network of peers and professionals that can teach them the professional and personal standards required to promote family well-being. 
  • Council of Marriage & Family Therapy
    -mission is to provide an opportunity for students to learn and grow in the field of family relations by offering them a network of peers and professionals that can teach them the professional and personal standards required to promote family well-being. 
  • Dist Educ Clubs Amer (DECA)
    - is to enhance the co-curricular education of students with career interests in all business-related fields. UCM DECA helps students develop skills and competence for business careers, to build self-esteem, to experience leadership, and to practice community service.
  • Enactus
    - is an international organization that has head for business. A heart for the world; We focus on combining our knowledge of Success Skills, Financial Literacy, Market Economics, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Sustainability, and Business Ethics to serve the community of Warrensburg through various projects. All majors are welcome, free of membership fees.
  • Fashion Business Association
    -is established for the purpose of promoting the professional development of students who have chosen to major or minor in Fashion: Clothing and Textiles in Business or Fashion Merchandising or any UCM student who shares a general interest in the fashion industry. The organization shall achieve this purpose by promoting an interaction among faculty, alumni, students, and persons in the industry that have an interest in Fashion: Clothing and Textiles or Fashion Merchandising, as well as, improving knowledge and awareness of the business environment through participation in educational and professional experience
  • History Club
    -is to raise awareness of students and community members about the importance of history and to provide a social gathering place for like-minded people to share their passion for history. 
  • Honors College Student Association
    - is a group for all members of The Honors College. As a member of the HCSA, you are eligible for a variety of special.
  • Horticulture Club
    -is to promote an awareness of the profession of horticulture, furnish a medium of communication for horticulture students, and exchange club and professional ideas. 
  • International Emergency Management - Student Association
    -is open to all students, staff, and faculty with an interest in emergency preparedness, disaster management, hazardous materials management, or business continuity. Regular meetings include professional speakers, field trips, service projects, and training. 
  • Juvenile Justice Association
    -to unite all academic field currently enrolled at UCM. Student will get resources and connections toward careers in Juvenile Justice.
  • Leading Educators Advocating for Diversity
    -is a group that promotes awareness and acceptance of diversity in schools. Non-education majors are welcome to join as well. 
  • MO Airport Manager Association
    -is a student organization that seeks to bridge the gap between those seeking Airport Management degrees and those who are already Airport Managers within Missouri. Our chapter is also able to take airport tours to gain a better understanding of day-to-day operations and potentially network for future jobs.
  • Modern Language Club
    -is a combination of all foreign languages taught at UCM. It includes Spanish, French, German, Italian and Chinese. The MLC gathers for the practice and use of foreign languages and to help with the understanding of different cultures and their respective languages. The club also gathers for various activities such as conversation groups, social gatherings, and extracurricular activities. Each foreign language meets individually with their respective tutors for language practice.
  • Muleskinner
    - is the student newspaper at the University of Central Missouri. The Muleskinner also maintains two websites: muleskinner.net and digitalburg.com.
  • Music Educ Natnl Conf
    - aims to provide opportunities to be acquainted with leaders in the music education profession through participation in clinics, workshops, programs, activities, and demonstrations connected with teaching music.
  • Music Teachers Natnl Assoc
    - a nationally recognized organization for private music teachers and those interested in performance. In MTNA, we learn about becoming a well-educated, well-respected private music teacher. We have guest speakers from the community and beyond. We organize trips to the annual MTNA convention as well as other destinations with the purpose of educating ourselves and broadening our music teaching horizons. 

N-R

  • National Student Speech Language Hearing Assoc
    -We are a student organization that meets once a month to enjoy each others' company outside of the classroom. Typically, we involve social activities such as a BBQ, hayride, and holiday dinner. We are highly philanthropic and plan a fundraiser once a semester. We are also affiliated with the Missouri Speech Language Hearing Association.
  • Networking Technologies Group
    -is an academic group focused on assisting in the education of Network Technologies at the University of Central Missouri. For membership information please speak with your Network Technology Professor.
  • Para Medico
    - is specifically designed for students pursuing a professional career in the health care field Examples of professional health careers include: audiologist, chiropractor, dentist, dietitian, nurse anesthetist, medical doctor, medical technologist, nurse practitioner, optometrist, podiatrist, osteopathic doctor, pharmacist, physical therapist, physician assistant, psychologist, registered nurse, veterinarian, speech-language pathologist, and occupational therapist.
  • Percussive Arts Scty
    -is a not-for-profit service organization. Its purpose is educational, promoting drums and percussion through a viable network of performers, teachers, students, enthusiasts and sustaining members.
  • Phi Beta Lambda
    - is a business society focused on the development and education of students to succeed in the business world. It is the college extension of FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America. Membership is open to everyone.
  • Photographic Society
    -is organized to provide an outlet for expression through photography; to continuously update and increase knowledge and skills of those interested in photography as a hobby, art, or profession; to gain public recognition for the achievements of the members of the Photographic Society; to promote a high level of professionalism in the endeavor of the members. To unite in a common bond without regard to race, sex, religion, creed, national origin or disabilities, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act. We welcome any students enrolled in photography programs or anyone with an interest in photography. To provide leadership for our organization. To provide a clearinghouse for information and activities. To develop leadership abilities through participation in educational, occupational, civic, recreational and social activities. To foster a deep respect for the dignity of work. To assist students in establishing realistic career goals. To help students attain a purposeful life. To create enthusiasm for learning. To promote high standards in trade ethics, workmanship, scholarship and safety. To develop the ability of students to plan together, organize and carry out worthy activities and projects through the use of the democratic process. To foster a wholesome understanding of the functions of labor and management organizations and a recognition of their mutual interdependence. To create among students, faculty members, patrons of the school and persons in industry a sincere interest in and esteem forphotography. To develop patriotism through a knowledge of our nations heritage and the practice of democracy.
  • Physical Education Major Club
    -is a student led organization that promotes professional development and physical health through various local and national conferences, peer collaboration, and service.
  • Pre-Law Student Association
    -is a student organization with the primary goal of helping students interested in attending Law School find out more information about applying to and getting into law school. This includes taking practice LSATs, visiting law schools, and bringing in representatives from different law schools to discuss their specific school. Also, the organization introduces members to law school students, attorneys, prosecutors and judges, giving them insight into legal education and its values.
  • Pre-Marriage/Family Therapy Club
    -s an organization for students interested in going to graduate school for Marriage and Family Therapy or other counseling related fields.
  • Pre-Veterinary Medical Club
    -is for students who are interested in animals, not just for Pre-Veterinary medicine students. If you are interested in helping animals and making a difference this is a club for you. We will have various events that will expose you to animals through educational and hands-on activities.
  • Psy Social Media Committee
    -Highly committed to integrating modern technology into the lives and education of faculty and students at UCM. 
  • Psychology Club
    -is a club for students interested in psychology. We have bi-weekly meetings that consist of information about upcoming events related to various opportunities related to the field of psychology, volunteer opportunities, fundraisers, research conferences, and field trips. 
  • Public Relations Student Society of America
    -to serve our members by enhancing their knowledge of public relations and providing access to professional development opportunities. 
  • RainbowTones
    -is a pop A Cappella group from the University of Central Missouri. Founded by Kelsey Dingman and Aaron Caselman in Fall of 2012, the group stands for acceptance and diversity as well as a love for music. 

S-Z

  • Social Studies Club
    -Dedicated to Social Studies Secondar Education majors. They meet up outside of the class and do some fun team building exercies, as well go through some professional development.
  • Society Automotive Engineers
    -was formed in 1984. SAE chapter members meet every week on Tuesday to discuss new ideas and develop strategies for upcoming events. Always striving to participate in school and civic activities, UCM's SAE student chapter has developed a variety of fun and helpful chapter events to keep its members active and to support their projects. Some of these activities include: Annual Trip to Automotive Conferences or Manufacturers; Community Trash Pick-up
  • Soc of Child/Fam Develop
    -is formed of Child and Family Development students seeking to reach out to the community and provide professional contacts.
  • Society Manufacturing Engineer
    - student group consists mainly of Technology and Engineering Technology majors. The group here at UCM performs community service activities such as Adopt-A-Highway program and also hosts several industry and student social events such as the SME Annual Industry-Day Golf Tournament.
  • Sociology Club
    -is designed to help sociology majors gain experiences outside of the classroom that will prepare them for graduate school and/or their chosen careers. Students from all majors are welcome to attend meetings.
  • Statistics Club
    - was formed to: Provide the opportunity for the student body to practice and develop statistical skills and career goals. Develop collaborative relations with the academic campus community by providing statistical consultation and guidance. Utilize the technology to educate and practice statistics through the use of advanced methods. Provide insights to the campus and the business community of the best use of statistics through better understanding of the data under research. Be a point of collaboration with other statistical organizations in the nation to increase the public awareness of the usefulness of statistics. Provide a friendly atmosphere to students interested in the field of statistics and to enhance their appreciation for the program and its future. Membership is open to every University of Central Missouri student. Regular meetings will held monthly during the regular school year.
  • Student MO State Teachers Asc
    -Open to all UCM education Majors. Membership is $20 and good for a whole calendar year. Members receive a member card and several discounts at restaurants, hotels, and car rental and book stores.
  • Student Org Construction Mgrs
    -is the main contact and coordinator of the affiliated student chapters of the Association of General Contractors of America and the Associated Builders and Contractors, and any other associations that may be added in the future. Any activities that are associated with these student chapters shall be coordinated through SOCM. In addition, SOCM shall distribute any important information in the construction industry.
  • Student Org of Library & Info Serv
  • Student Art Coalition
    - is a representative body for art students and students of any major who enjoy creating art, and are seeking to form a stronger creative community at UCM. As a member of SAC students will receive opportunities to further their art education through lectures and demonstrations given by professional artists. SAC seeks to establish a communication network between artists of all disciplines to plan projects, develop new skills, and give positive criticism to one another. SAC strives to enrich student understanding of art by organizing trips outside of the UCM campus to experience art in different settings not typically available. SAC is not a demanding or high commitment organization. 
  • Student Nurses Org
    - is a very active group of nursing majors who participate in community and volunteer events. We have guest speakers at our meetings who speak on professional issues and provide information to improve our professional futuristic career as a nurse.
  • Student Advocating Gender Equality
    -is a group for anyone interested in Women's Studies, promoting gender equality, and advocating for women's rights.
  • Student Dietetic Assoc
    - shall be to provide a framework for student involvement and to stimulate interest in the profession of dietetics. Our goals include: To promote nutrition throughout campus and the community through awareness and involvement. To encourage professional development among members. To promote and encourage membership from all interested students.
  • Student Finance Association
    - is a professional group that primarily focuses on finance. We have professional guest speakers from various fields in the finance industry to provide students with insight on potential job opportunities, skills required for those jobs and how to be successful in an ever increasing competitive market. Our mission is to provide students the opportunity to experience personal and professional growth by active participation. 
  • Student Fisheries Society
    -is to create the opportunity for better communication between students, faculty, professionals, and public private organizations,and to provide opportunities for taking part in active research and management projects.
  • Students for Political Action
    -works to promote civic engagement on the UCM campus. Be the change you wish to see in the world with SPA. 
  • Tech Educ Collgt Assoc
    -is an organization setup for students in the Engineering and Technology Teacher Education program. It is a national organization and we represent the UCM chapter. TECA is recognized as the student arm of ITEEA which is the professional organization for Engineering and Technology Educators across the globe. 
  • United States Institute of Theatre Technology
    -focuses on the backstage employees in theatre and the nations/worlds new tech used in theatres across the nation. 
  • Winter Guard
    -aim to cultivate an interest in, and create a competitive atmosphere for ourselves and others interested in participating in the program at a high level of expectation. Winter guard is a section under performing arts where members incorporate the use of dance, flags, rifles, and sabers into a show to express music. Winter guard is a sub group based off of color guard during the fall season of marching band.
  • Women in Aviation
    - is a professional nonprofit organization that encourages both males and females for opportunities in Aviation. With members including astronauts, corporate pilots, air traffic controllers, airline pilots, mechanics, business owners, educators, students, and many others - we offer plenty of opportunities within the aviation community including conferences, internships, and job opportunities. 

Club Sports

  • Adaptive Climbing Club
    -Brings together individuals with and without disabilities to learn climbing basics and to work as a community to help and support individual in overcoming physical obstacles. 
  • Aikido Club
    -is a non-aggressive Japanese martial art developed early in the 20th century that is not dependent on strength or size. It focuses not on striking opponents, but rather on using their own energy to gain control of them or to throw them. We offer a 5 week introductory course to help prospective students join the dojo. While in the course you can attend the intro course on Mondays and one additional class each week, for 5 weeks, free. This is a no-obligation offer - we encourage everyone to stay for the entire course, but if you find this just isn't for you, then you may leave at any time. If you decide to continue with us after the intro course is finished dues are only $5 a month.
  • Central Missouri Climbers
    -was created to provide a fun, social, and competitive rock climbing organization for all levels of climbers. Meeting times will be determined at the beginning of each semester to find what works best for everyone.
  • Fencing Club
    -We teach Olympic, Classical and Rapier fencing. Equipment is provided and everyone is welcome.
  • Gaming Network
    -provides information and networking for students interested in competing in organized video game competitions (esports) in the Warrensburg area.
  • Men's Bowling Club
    - is a group that loves bowling! We are open to any and all skill levels. We will be practicing weekly and plan to attend two or three competitions. we will also try to field a traveling squad for those competitions. We will heve regular monthly meetings. So if you have interest in bowling, want to bowl for your school, or just want to have fun and bowl we are your group.
  • Mules Cricket Club
    - strives to encourage participation, socialization and competition of students to create added experiences that will enhance physical fitness and foster a spirit of competition. It is our mission to provide youth athletes with the positive environment and balanced guidance that fosters self-confidence, embraces goals and nurtures a love for the sports.
  • Roller Hockey Club Team
    -A competitive collegiate inline hockey team.
  • Running Club
    -to allow students of all running skills levels the ability to reach their group through personal achievement within a team setting while also allowing each student or participat/compete at the collegiate level.
  • Swim Club
    -aims to improve swimming skills at all fitness levels. It is an ideal way to get back in shape or stay in shape with other swimmers and to promote friendly competition. Everyone is welcome in this diverse group of athletes.
  • Trap & Skeet Club
    -a group of students who enjoy the shooting sports and want to improve their skills.
  • UCM Club Baseball
    -giving the student-athlete a chance to represent their school in the club baseball apect. We will be playing in the National Club Baseball Association. The website is www.clubbaseball.com We currently filled our roster for this year,
  • Women's Rugby Club
    -We are a competitive women's rugby team with focuses in strength, teamwork, and skill. Our season is year round. We also have team meeting at the beginning and end of each semester.
  • Youth Excited About Sports-YES
    -exists to teach the fundamentals of life to youth, incorporating Christian values such as sportsmanship, teamwork, cooperation, fair play and character building while having fun. Our vision is to create an atmosphere where kids love to learn and have the opportunity to realize their physical, educational and spiritual potential. 

Community Service/Volunteer

  • Breakers Alternative Spring Break
    -is an alternative Spring Break group that goes to a different place each year to take part in the Habitat for Humanity's Collegiate Challenge. Breakers fund raises all of its money for the trip. Except for each person's Habitat fee- the trip is no cost out of your pocket! Hope to see you at the meeting!!
  • International Peace Club
    - This organization will come together to volunteer and fund-raise for International and community causes.
  • MO Volunteers
    - is a volunteer organization on the UCM campus. Our goal is to help students get involved in the community by providing them with volunteer opportunities in the Warrensburg area.
  • NCSE Science Booster Club
    -SBC are a new way to support science education at the community level. The National Center for Science Education has gone national as of 2017! This is the first Science Booster club in Missouri and focuses on science outreach in areas such as Climate Change and Evolution.
  • Rotaract
    -Provide an opportunity to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them with personal development

Ethnic Identity/Cultural Heritage

  • Campus Closet
    -is a student organization that collects and distributes donations and resources for UCM students to furnish their living establishment.
  • Japanese Student Organization
    -is to share Japanese culture with students on campus. We will meet once per month, and it is easy to become a member.
  • Muslim Student Association
    -is a religious and social organization providing support and fellowship for Muslim students from around the world. We host activities and speakers to inform the public about the religion of Islam. We are involved in charitable, educational, social, literacy, athletic, scientific, and research activities.
  • Sanskrithi: Assococation of Indian Students
    -formed to represent the diverse cultures of the South Asian countries viz. India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. In this organization you will learn about different countries and the way people live. Plus, you will have the opportunity to participate in the events Sanskrithi holds every year. You get to see different styles of dances, hear people sing, and more!
  • Saudi Student Club
    -This group gathers all Saudi students at UCM. The goal of this group is to let others know more about our country, culture and heritage.
  • Student Organization of Latinos
    - seeks to educate our community and celebrate cultures from Latin and Hispanic America. We will meet monthly.

Governance

 
  • Association of Black Collegians
    -is the governance group to all Black, non-Greek, student organizations on the campus. We serve as the liaison between the students of color and the faculty, staff, and administration of UCM. We also bring Black culture and political thought to the campus and community and help recruit Black faculty, staff, and students.
  • Graduate Student Association
    - is to support graduate students, faculty and administration by serving as a voice through interdepartmental exchange and to enhance the social and academic lives by facilitating research and learning opportunities.
  • Interfraternity Council
    -Governing body for the fraternities at UCM.
  • International Student Organization
    -is an ethnically diverse group of students whose members come from around 85 different countries, representing thousands of different cultures. It is one of the largest student organizations on the Central Missouri campus.
  • National Panhellenic Council
    -serves as the governing body of the NPHC chapters we currently have at UCM.
  • Panhellenic Council
    -serves as the governing body for the 8 social Greek sororities on campus. They including: Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Pi, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Delta Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta, Sigma Kappa, Sigma Sigma Sigma
  • Spotlight - Programming Board
    - is the largest programming organization on campus. We are responsible for planning various activities on campus. There are seven different coordinators with their respective committees, which include recreation and leisure, pride and traditions, comedy, ideas and issues, and mules after dark. Please come to our meetings and join a committee so you can help decide what events come to campus!
  • Student Government Association
    - is an organization that was created to help serve the students of the university. SGA is given its power and authority under the SGA constitution, which is approved by the students of the university, numerous SGA committees, the SGA president, the SGA Advisors and finally the President of the university. In SGA, we take our responsibility for the students of this institution very seriously and we are always working toward making your experience at the university a success. SGA consists of an Executive Board, a bicameral legislature known as the House; and Senate, and a judiciary known as the Supreme Court. Each body of the SGA has special obligations and responsibilities, but when it comes down to it, we are all putting the students first. Any member of this organization will tell you what a rewarding experience being a member of SGA can be. If you are interested in becoming a member of SGA STOP BY UNION 217 AND PICK UP YOUR APPLICATION TODAY!
  • United Student Housing Association
    -is the governing body of the residence hall system. USHA serves as the voice of the students living in the residence halls and acts as the liaison between residents and University Housing,  and the UCM community. The group communicates the issues and concerns of  residence hall living to University Housing and submits proposals and  recommendations regarding policies and facility improvements. USHA  promotes, coordinates, and facilitates activities in all facets of  on-campus living and contributes to the general welfare of all residents  in the residence halls. The group strives to build community in the  residence halls and to provide on-campus residents with opportunities to  enhance their leadership skills, personal growth, and social  interactions. USHA is highly involved on campus. They have a representative on  Student Government Association (SGA), Spotlight, and the Student Funding  Committee. Each year USHA sponsors the Family of the Year competition,  Jim Wand the Hypnotist at the Week of Welcome, Battle of the Halls, and  Housing Week. The group also sponsors student leaders so they may go to  regional and national conferences and cosponsor an annual scholarship  with NRHH for a student leader in Housing. USHA oversees a variety of  services for on-campus students as well like the refrigerator rental  program, carpet program, welcome kit & finals kit program.

Social Greek

 
  • Alpha Gamma Delta
    -is an international womens fraternity that promotes academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development and above all, a spirit of loving sisterhood. Guided by our Purpose, Alpha Gamma Deltas strive to attain a higher standard, thereby improving their lives, the lives of those around them and the communities in which they live. Together, we continually work to inspire the woman and impact the world. The Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta, at the University of Central Missouri, was chartered in 1959. 
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
    -mission has been to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women in order to improve their social stature, to maintain a progressive interest in college life.
  • Alpha Kappa Lambda
    -Founded in 1914, Alpha Kappa Lambda was the first established fraternity on the West coast. We embody five ideals that include Judeo-Christian Principles, Leadership, Scholarship, Loyalty, and Self-support. Our mission statement: Develop brothers, who guided by the Five Ideals, share a lifelong commitment to Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity and are dedicated to assuming leadership roles in meeting the challenges of life. 
  • Alpha Omicron Pi
    -was founded on the principles of character, dignity, scholarship, and college loyalty. Our ladies are committed to contributing to the community and are dedicated to our philanthropy, Arthritis Research. Between sisterhood events, all-Greek events like Greek Week, campus events like Homecoming, and intramurals, AOIIs love spending time together and challenging ourselves. 
  • Alpha Phi
    -is a sisterhood of outstanding women supporting one another in lifelong achievement. The sisterhood of Alpha Phi stretches from coast to coast through 157 collegiate campuses and more than 200,000 members. Sisters share a commitment to excellence and a strong desire to help one another and their communities. Alpha Phis are leaders, scholars, contributors, and lifetime members of a sisterhood that values these traits. Alpha Phi assists college women in making informed choices to reach their highest potential. Alpha Phi enhances and promotes each member's development and learning by focusing on sisterhood, service, scholarship, love, loyalty, and character development.
  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
    -Since its founding on December 4, 1906, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has supplied voice and vision to the struggle of African-Americans and people of color around the world. Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African-Americans, was founded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York by seven college men who recognized the need for a strong bond of Brotherhood among African descendants in this country. 
  • Alpha Sigma Alpha
    -is a sorority whose primary concern is promoting women of poise and purpose. We have 4 aims at which we all aspire to meet. Our Spiritual, Physical, Intellectual, and Social aims all help us to become women of strong character and balance. Sisterhood is also very important to the women of Alpha Sigma Alpha and time well spent with sisters is always a favorite past time. Every member makes a difference.
  • Alpha Tau Omega
    -is interested in promoting morality, encouraging scholarship, and enriching UCM by advocating campus leadership and school spirit. 
  • Delta Chi
    -has been a social organization on the UCM campus since 1968. We are a group of gentleman who pride ourselves on character, friendship, academic success, personal growth and leadership both on campus and within the Warrensburg community.
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.
    -was founded January 13, 1913 at Howard University by 22 collegiate women. Our three principles are sisterhood, scholarship, and service. March 29, 1969 the Zeta Lambda chapter was chartered by 15 women and two founding mothers. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is a non profit organization that is based on public service. For 41 years the Zeta Lambda chapter has been providing community service to the Warrensburg area and the campus of UCM with local programs such as Operation Helping Hands, Jack of Hearts, Male Scholarship, Pageant, and many others.
  • Delta Zeta
    - provides sisterhood, encourages scholarship, teaches the value of service to others, fosters responsibility in upholding standards of conduct and core values, and develops a sense of self and social strengths. One of the nations largest sororities, Delta Zeta continues to have a strong presence on UCMs campus.
  • Gamma Phi Beta
    -If you are interested in joining our sisterhood you can go through formal recruitment at the beginning of the fall semester or, if the opportunity is availiable, through recruitment in the spring! If you want to know more about our sisterhood feel free to email us at gammaphibetaucm@gmail.com. We appreciate your interest and we hope to see you around campus!
  • Kappa Alpha Psi
    -is a social Fraternity founded January 5th,1911 on the campus of Indiana University. The motto of the Fraternity is Achievement in every field of human endeavor. The Five Objectives of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. 1. To unite college men of culture, patriotism and honor in a bond of fraternity 2. To encourage honorable achievement in every field of human endeavor 3. To promote the spiritual, social, intellectual, and moral welfare of members 4. To assist the aims and purpose of colleges and universities 5. To inspire service in the public interest.
  • Lambda Chi Alpha
    -is social greek fraternity that aims to help men become better men through our seven core values; Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Service and Stewardship, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage. Our Philanthropy is the North American Food Drive.
  • Omega Psi Phi
    - is the first African-American national fraternal organization to be founded at a historically black college. Omega Psi Phi was founded on November 17, 1911, at Howard University in Washington, D.C.. The founders were three Howard University juniors, Edgar Amos Love, Oscar James Cooper and Frank Coleman, and their faculty adviser, Dr. Ernest Everett Just. Each of the founders graduated and went on to have distinguished careers in their chosen fields.
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
    -is one of the nine Historically Black/African-American organizations titled the Divine Nine. Here on the campus of UCM we are known as the Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma. We are constantly working towards the fulfillment of our motto, Culture for Service and Service for Humanity as well as exemplifying the ideals of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service.
  • Phi Sigma Kappa
    -strives for excellence in scholarship, character development, and brotherhood. We achieve this through active study plans, leadership opportunities, and social events. We are extremely proud of all of our brothers!
  • Sigma Gamma Rho
    -was founded on November 12, 1922 at Butler University by seven educators. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority's aim is to enhance the quality of life within the community. Public service, leadership development and education of youth are the hallmark of the organization's programs and activities. Sigma Gamma Rho addresses concerns that impact society educationally, civically, and economically. Chapter: Delta Pi. President: Mercy Gbomina.
  • Sigma Kappa
    - was established at Central Missouri State University in 1959. We are sisters in a bond improving ourselves mentally, socially, spiritually, and emotionally.
  • Sigma Phi Epsilon
    -Established in 1968, SigEp is continuing to lead the way in the UCM Greek community through innovative member development, good communtications, and raising fraternal standards. Today, over 1,000 men have pledged our chapter and have taken a vow to uphold Sigma Phi Epsilon's cardinal principles of virtue, diligence, and brotherly love.
  • Sigma Pi
    - is the leading, international men's collegiate fraternal organization which provides training, guidance and innovative opportunities for: Leadership Development, Social and Personal, Development, Academic Achievement, Community Service and Heightened, Moral Awareness for its brothers throughout their lives.
  • Sigma Sigma Sigma
    -inspires exceptional life long learning and friendships. Tri Sigma reaffirms its long standing core values of wisdom, power, faith, hope and love.
  • Sigma Tau Gamma
    -was founded with the understanding that all men are social creatures and that friendships made in college days are lasting ones. Believing that a social Fraternity must be dedicated to the highest ideals of manhood and brotherhood; to congeniality, the development of good personal characteristics and social poise; to good scholarship, mature thinking and action; to good citizenship, democratic principles and acceptance of responsibility; and, to loyalty and service to college, community, country and Fraternity.
  • Tau Kappa Epsilon
    -is a social Fraternity that is very involved in campus and community activities. They strive develop better men for a better world by focusing on the following six principals: scholarship, character, leadership, teamwork, service, and brotherhood. TKE is interested in men who want to make a positive difference in their own lives as well as the lives of the people around them.
  • Theta Chi
    - is always looking for active members who are striving to become leaders not only on this campus, but later in life. Recruitment is open 365 days a year. 
  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.
    - is a community conscious, action oriented organization based off of scholarship, service, sisterly love, and finer womanhood.

Honors Society

 
  • Academic Collegiate Scholars
    -is an undergraduate honor society open by invitation to students with a cumulative GPA in the top 20% of their class. The society upholds the core principles of Recognition, Opportunity, and Community (ROCk). The chapter engages in service activities and provides members with leadership and scholarship opportunities.
  • Alpha Eta Rho
    -is a professional collegiate fraternity founded to bring together those students having a common interest in the field of commercial aviation. The alumni membership of Alpha Eta Rho is large, and is prevalent throughout the worldwide aviation industry. The mission of this unique fraternity is to enlighten the serious aerospace student on the facts concerning all fields directly related to aerospace and To unite people with an interest in aviation and to share opinions and views on aviation subject matter. Approximately one thousand new members are being initiated into Alpha Eta Rho every year. 
  • Alpha Phi Sigma
    -focus on volunteer and campus/community service as well as raising money to donate to those in need and to send Criminal Justice students to various conferences. Benefits: Honors society membership, ability to network, Criminal Justice/Campus/Community involvement, and an overall great opportunity. Membership: Undergrad 3.2 Graduate 3.4 GPA
  • Beta Alpha Psi
    -is an honorary organization for Financial Information students and professionals. The primary objective of Beta Alpha Psi is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the business information field. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; providing opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals, and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.
  • Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society
    -(TriBeta) is a society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research. Since its founding in 1922, more than 200,000 persons have been accepted into lifetime membership, and more than 520 chapters have been established throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. The University of Central Missouri Chapter is one of the organizations oldest chapters. TriBeta was founded in 1922 at Oklahoma City University--the Alpha Chapter--by Dr. Frank G. Brooks and a group of his students. The idea of an honor and professional society for biology students spread rapidly and by 1925, the society was a national organization. Biennial national conventions of student and faculty members began in that year and in 1930 the society journal, BIOS, began publication of student research, articles of interest to biologists and society news. As the society grew, it was divided into regional and district groups, each of which holds a convention annually. At the heart of every district and national meeting are student research papers presented in the style of graduate meetings. Awards are given for outstanding individual and chapter accomplishment.
  • Delta Sigma Pi
    -Our chapter hosts a recruitment week the second week of classes each semester. If you are interested in joining DSP look for more information in Ward Edwards or stop by our office at WDE 2104. Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community. Delta Sigma Pi was founded in 1907 at New York University: School of Commerce, Accounts and Finance by Harold Valentine Jacobs, Alexander Frank Makay, Alfred Moysello and Henry Albert Tienken. Today, coast to coast, there are 286 chapters and over 250,000 members that support the goals and ideals of the Fraternity.
  • Delta Tau Alpha
    -is an Agriculture Honor Society. We participate in several extra- curricular activities such as working on the Ag. Homecoming Float and assit Horticulture Club with the annual plant sale. We are involved in community service activities. In the spring we travel to our National Convention where we compete in the Ag Quiz Bowl competition.
  • Kappa Delta Pi
    -is an International Honors Society in Education. To be a member of the UCM Rho chapter students must have: 3.25 GPA, 30 completed hours, and be an education major. For more information about KDP please visit www.kdp.org
  • Kappa Mu Epsilon
    -Motto: Develop an appreciation of the beauty of mathematics. Kappa Mu Epsilon (KME) is a national mathematics honor society for accredited four-year colleges. Its primary purpose is the binding together in common fellowship those who are serious students of mathematics. A candidate for membership must be a regularly enrolled student of UCM and have completed at least three semesters of college coursework. He/She must also have completed with an overall B average, at least three college mathematics courses, including one semester of calculus and at least two mathematics courses at UCM. KME meets monthly during the academic school year to hear a discussion of topics in mathematics of mutual interest. Other activities include volunteer work for the Book Sale held each semester, participation in events sponsored by the department, and numerous social events. KME members are assessed one-time local dues of $10 and national dues of $20. Associate members will be assessed only the local dues. If an associate member is invited to full membership and accepts the invitation, he/she will then be assessed national dues.
  • Lambda Alpha Epsilon
    - is a criminal justice organization that competes 2 times a year, at the regional and national level.  We compete in academic competitions, firearms, crime scene processing, and physical agility.  We are open to all Criminal Justice majors.
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars 
    -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.
  • National Residence Hall Honorary
    -represents the top 1% of student leaders who live on-campus. OTMs recognize certain people or groups on-campus and in the community. Our organization focuses mainly on recognition and community service.
  • National Society of Leadership-Success
    -is an honors organization focused on building leaders that build a better world through hard work and community outreach.
  • Phi Alpha Honor Society
    -is to provide a closer bond among students of social work and promote humanitarian goals and ideas. Phi Alpha fosters high standards of education for social workers and invites into membership those who have attained excellence in scholarship and achievement in social work.
  • Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity
    - is a co-ed fraternity whose members all hold a GPA of or above 3.0. We were founded right here in Warrensburg in 1916, therefore we are the Alpha Chapter. To join, you must have a 3.0 GPA and at least 12 credit hours. Also, you must have 3 semesters remaining here at UCM, counting the current semester. Those are the only qualifications, we welcome everyone!
  • Pi Kappa Delta
    -is a Forensics, Public_Speaking, Debate Honor Society for undergraduate university students and a professional organization for graduates, typically university Speech and Debate Coaches. Pi Kappa Delta, or PKD, encourages the education of articulate citizens through a three part focus: the commitment to and promotion of ethical, humane and inclusive communication and ethical practices; the commitment to and promotion of professional development of forensics educators; and the commitment to and promotion of comprehensive forensics programming.
  • Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology
    -was founded in 1929 for the purpose of promoting excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of psychology. It is open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Psi Chi offers members unique advantages such as opportunities for leadership and involvement, opportunities to conduct research and present/attend research conventions, opportunities to make connections with professors and classmates, etc.
  • Sigma Tau Delta
    -is an English Honor Society with membership open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Candidates for undergraduate membership must have completed: at least three semesters of college work, a minimum of two college courses in English language or literature at the 2000-level or higher, must also have a minimum grade point average in English of 3.0 and rank at least in the highest 35 percent of their class in general scholarship. Graduate membership must: be enrolled in a graduate program in English, or one of its specializations, have completed six semester hours of graduate work, have a minimum grade point average of 3.3. Please see the chapter advisors, Dr. Russell Greinke or Dr. Ben Johnson for further information. Both of the their office are located on the 3rd Floor of the Martin Building in Martin 336. Membership application forms are also available in this office. 
  • Theta Alpha Phi
    - is the National Honorary Theatre Fraternity at UCM.
  • Upsilon Pi Epsilon
    -Computer Science Honor Society

Religious


  • Anointed By Christ Gospel Choir
    -is a God-driven and lead ministry and organization on the campus of UCM. Our focus is to reach out to those who don't know God while giving God all the praise he is due. We are one big family who enjoys fellowship with one another as well as the community. We desire to do God's will! Come out and join us! We would love to have you!
  • Baptist Student Union
    -Do you believe God is for YOU not against you? Our passion at the BSU is to help students learn that God is trustworthy and to learn how to trust him. Do you desire a place where you can be honest and ask questions about life? We invite you to come out to the BSU and ask those questions and discover more. WEEKLY EVENTS: Challenge: Weekly service with music, teaching, and social time - Thursdays at 7pm. Community Groups - Tuesdays, 6pm
  • Campus Crusade for Christ
    -is an international, interdenominational Christian organization. Our mission is to turn lost students into Christ centered laborers and tell people about Jesus, disciple them, and then send them out to do the same. We love community, and anyone is able to join us.
  • Christian Campus House
    - is an interdenominational ministry that has authentic community, deep Biblical teaching, and progressive worship. Our vision is to be A Jesus community helping students find their way back to God. We seek to accomplish this through: weekly small groups (community groups), Grow trips, service, and events. Learn more about us at www.digdeeper.org
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    -exists to encourage UCM coaches and athletes to be Christ-like competitors. Through bible study, worship, fellowship, and service, we gather to build relationships with God and each other. We accomplish this through weekly huddles & meetings as well as other events and activities outside of our huddles.
  • Latter Day Saints Student Association
    - is  established to help students have a balanced secular and spiritual educational experience by participating in activities and service on campus and in the community. These activities are designed to be consistent with LDSSA standards and to promote traditional moral values.
  • Lutheran Student Center
    -Join us at the Lutheran Student Center (215 S. Holden) for our weekly free dinner and Bible Studies or Game nights! Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/UCMLutherans
  • Navigators
    -are a non-denomination ministry that meets regularly on campus. Our desire is to provide students with an opportunity to get in Gods word on a regular basis and learn to have a personal relationship with Jesus. The UCM Navigators focus on developing students through one on one relationships, bible studies, large group gatherings, worship, fellowship, and fun!
  • Newman Center
    -exists to serve the spiritual needs of students, faculty, staff, and administration at the university of central missouri by providing them with opportunities to learn the catholic faith, socialize with fellow catholics, worship as a community, and participate in service projects.
  • Risen Multicultural Ministry
    -on-campus ministry that aspires to help students discover, grow, and live a spiritual life, while creating great relationships in the process. We aspire to be a ministry that uplifts the community and provides spiritual guidance to all students, regardless of their background. We want to show students that they can enjoy the full college experience while still walking in the steps of Christ.

Special Interest

 
  • African Student Association
    -is to create a common ground to share different African cultures, to educate people about Africa, to create an awareness of what is happening in Africa as well as contribute in giving back to Africa through various activities and to develop a mutual understanding between Africans and other cultures. 
  • Alternative Politics Society
    -is for students who have an interest in politics and society (serious or casual), but feel the ideologies of the 2 party system isn't for them. This group is also for students who don't know much about politics but wish to learn a bit more from students with a slightly different take. We have some very knowledgeable members and others who are still learning. Our members ideologies fall all across the spectrum, but we all agree that are not well and they could be better. We discuss current events and interesting articles from around the web. Like our members, the discussions span many aspects of politics and society from new policies to constitutional interpretation to economics power to sustainability of the planet. If any of this interests you, even in the least, please check us out.
  • Amination Culture Society
    -serves to communicate the different forms of animation in society, specifically Japanese animation. We focus on cosplay, watching anime, reading manga, Naka-Kon trips, and much more.
  • Association of Black Collegians Dance Company
    - was founded in the mid 1970's under the umbrella of the mother organization Association of Black Collegians (ABC). A.B.C Dance Company is a versatile organization that promotes multicultural awareness at the University of Central Missouri and its surrounding communities through the fine art of dance. The Dance Company specializes in the style of hip-hop, modern, jazz, spiritual and lyrical dance, while also actively promoting dance from various cultures around the world.
  • Bird Watching & Nature Observation
    -We safely and responsibly enjoy the resources our local nature has to offer.
  • Central Missouri Playwrights
    -is to improve and educate all playwrights so their work may ultimately be preformed in the appropriate setting.
  • College Republicans
    -are a network of college and university clubs from around the state. We do three main things; 1. We elect Republicans 2. We spread the conservative message, 3. Most importantly we have a lot of fun doing it. In doing so we make a difference on campus by educating students about why Republican views are the right views. We make a difference in our government by volunteering on campaigns and helping win elections. And we make a difference for the future, by training and educating the future leaders of our country.
  • Cyber Mules
    -to discuss the on going threats and learn the solutions to guard against malicious intent
  • Dance Company
    -will offer dance classes in a variety of dance styles and genres taught by students, faculty and guest artists. Before each dance class there will be an officer business meeting. The purpose of the UCM Dance Club is to show the artistic and technical aspects of dancing and choreographing as well to support the Theatre Department's annual dance concert at the James L. Highlander Theatre. The UCM Dance Club will increase interest, stimulate creativity and foster artistic achievement in all the allied arts and crafts of dance. The UCM Dance Club will perform for various events on campus and in the Warrensburg community to promote upcoming performances.
  • Democrats
    -We promote Democratic views and candidates and work to get young people involved in politics through voter registration drives, community service projects, campaigns, social events, informational programs, and the hosting of speakers.
  • Filmmakers & Actors Coalition
    -is to provide aspiring UCM students with the opportunity to be apart of the exciting process of filmmaking and crate a forum for watching and discussing films. As students of film, the more experienced members of the group would lead workshops so less experienced filmmakers and actors can learn how to fill the different roles needed for a functioning production team. Students would gain experience on set and in postproduction, learning new skills not only in film production and acting but also in team building, communications and business. One of the aims of the group would be to produce one or two high quality films each semester that could then be entered into local and national film festivals. Along with outside film events the group will hold its own film festivals and compatitions. Another of or aims would be to arrange and organize film nights, where members can get together to watch films and discuss them.
  • Gaming Coalition
    - is a group providing a time and place for gamers to get together and play games. The games range from tabletop games, card games, and board games.
  • Homecoming Leadership Committee
    -We help plan and run the events during the week of Homecoming. Meeting for Homecoming Leadership Committee are not set at this time. Anyone interested in helping plan homecoming, please contact the president or advisors as we still have some open position for the executive board. 
  • I'm First to Finish
    - provide resources and support for first generation college students. Our goal is to assist first generation students with their transition to university life and help them succeed through graduation.
  • It's On Us
    - raises awareness about sexual assault, dating violence, as well as stalking and effective prevention methods.
  • Ladies Inspiring Versatility
    -We help the women at UCM build self-confidence in all aspects of their lives! We are all about encouraging women to be themselves and not be afraid to show who they are. We support each other in all realms, whether it be academic, social, or work related, while bonding and having fun. Our motto is Your life, your way, find it, own it LIV it!  We let you be you.
  • Love Your Melon
    -an appeal brand dedicated to giving a hat to every child battling cancer in america as well as supporting non profit organizations who lead the fight against pediatric cancer.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness
    -helps to address the mental health needs of students and raise mental health awareness on campus.
  • Penny Pinchers United
    -provides members iwth insightfulinformation on how to save and grow their hard earned money through fun, interactive activites while supporting networking with local businesses.
  • P.O.W.E.R
    -Poets Obtaining Wisdom, Expression and Respect aims to create a space for students to write, perform, compete and learn the fundamentals of poetry in a fun environment.
  • Prism
    -is for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, and intersex (LGBTQQIA) community and its straight allies. We work through programming and education to bring advocacy and education to the UCM campus. The group also understands social needs of students and hosts social programming and educational programming at meetings.
  • Recovery Central
    -Establish a safe and compassionate environment for students in recovery, students who come from families with addiction, and those who support recovery.
  • Robotics
    - is about bringing people of all ages and majors together to build robots and compete on a global scale!
  • Saxophone Society
    -seeks to advance the study and performance of the saxophone outside of normal classroom activities. Contact the student president or the faculty advisor for further information.
  • Secular Student Alliance
    -is a group to organize, unite, educate, and serve students and student communities that promote the ideals of scientific and critical inquiry, democracy, secularism, and human-based ethics. We envision a future in which nontheistic students are respected voices in public discourse and vital partners in the secular movement's charge against irrationality and dogma.
  • Sisters Ujima
    - is an organization on UCM campus based on Collective Work, Responsibility, and Sisterhood.
  • Sports Management Organization
    -a group of students majoring in Sport Management at Central Missouri. Our goal is to provide an opportunity to network with professionals in the SM industry.
  • Students Demand Action
    -is a group to educate others on the rality of fun violence in American and how it affects us;  to activate our fellow students, survivors, parents and other concerned Americans to take action; to hold our elected leaders accountable; to lobby for gun sense legislation, and to promote culutre change to save lives.
  • Student Disability Association
    -is a group to inform students about the need to conserve North American wetlands and the many ways each person can help in conservation and protection. 
  • Student Veterans Assoc
    -The purpose of this organization is to provide guidance and support to veteran students, service members, and their dependents currently attending UCM or plan to in the future.
  • The Better Man Society
    -is a group of peer educators who are working to end gender violence.
  • The Wildlife Society
    -is to represent and serve the professional community of scientists, managers, educators, technicians, planners, and others who work actively to study, manage, and conserve wildlife and its habitats worldwide.
  • Underdogs
    -is a group that services all the African American community but most importantly assists the freshman class in have a successful first year at the University of Central Missouri.
  • Young Americans for Freedom
    -If you are interested in joining, please email Katie Cupp (krc81640@ucmo.edu) or Ashley Grohmann (arg54070@ucmo.edu). We look forward to having you!

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