Rogers State University encourages participation in campus organizations and student activities because such exchanges can help shape students into well-rounded citizens who can make a difference in their communities. Becoming active in a student organization allows you to share ideas with students who share your interests – both academic and personal.
All student organizations must follow the 2021-2022 Student Organizations Handbook (pdf).
2022-2023 Student Organizations
Recognizes exceptional student scholars and unite them around one goal - channeling creativity and curiosity into scholarship that serves the greater good.
Advisor: Dr. John Ford
Alpha Sigma Alpha is a women’s organization that exists to promote high ideals and standards for its members throughout their lives by emphasizing balance among the four aims of intellectual, physical, spiritual and social development.
Website: Alpha Sigma Alpha
Provides opportunities for networking, national competitions, and exposure in the media industry. Open to all students at RSU who are interested in marketing or advertising. Participation in Alpha Delta Sigma will allow students to plug in to the media industry outside of the classroom
Purpose is to unite international RSU students to cultivate a sense of belonging and further international efforts on campus.
The RSU BCM (Baptist Collegiate Ministries) is a safe place for college students to grow and learn about Jesus Christ and His plan for our lives. We have many different ministries that happen each week. This provides many different ways for students to get involved. There are no special requirements to get involved with us. Feel free to show up to any of our events, and we will try our best to get you to plug in with us!
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We are located north of campus, across the street from the soccer fields (2020 West Blue Starr). #34 on the campus map. Enter in the back of the building through the Red Doors.
- Underground (BCM Weekly Meeting) meets on Monday nights at 7 pm.
- Guys & Girls Small Groups meet on Tuesday nights at 7 pm.
- Noondays (Free Lunch) every Wednesday at 12 pm.
- Claremore Connection (Meeting of International’s and locals) every Thursday at 6:30.
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Advisor: Shannon Cross
The RSU Bass Fishing Team provides opportunities for members to compete on a collegiate level of tournament bass fishing and to gain knowledge of competing in such a format. Collegiate anglers traveling the country competing against other collegiate anglers. There is a required membership fee of $20. Members must also purchase a team jersey that displays sponsors that support our team financially.
Advisor: Jeana Rae Conn
Purpose is to stimulate interest in the hard and living sciences of Biology and Chemistry on and off campus, encourage friendships, and promote the exchange of ideas among students
Advisor: Kasia Roberts
Brothers and Sisters of Excellence (BSE) is designed to be a community for all students. BSE’s mission is to enhance the lives of Black students and those who want a culturally diverse college experience. Our organization promotes diversity and inclusion through small groups, events, and community involvement. BSE is here to acknowledge RSU's Black students while also promoting inclusiveness for all. All students are welcome and valued!
All members must present a positive and respectful attitude towards other participants and faculty during BSE activities. You must be currently enrolled at Rogers State University.
Advisor: Dr. Juliet Evusa
Campus Activities Team (CAT) is an organization within Student Affairs which enriches the college experience through social, educational and cultural activities and events throughout the year. You can have the chance to be an integral part of events geared at enhancing the student experience.
The Casual Gaming Association is a student organization at RSU established to bring the RSU community together! We hold gaming sessions every week for students to enjoy.
- Saturdays: Dungeon's and Dragons | 1 PM | Esports Lounge
- Fridays: Friday Fight Nights | 6-8 PM | Esports Lounge
- Tuesdays: Board Game Nights | 6-8 PM | Library 2nd Floor
We also hold other casual gaming nights! Come keep in touch to find out what we're doing next.
Chi Alpha is a non-denominational Christian student organization. Whether you are curious, lonely, or looking for something to do - come join us for friends, worship, and a great time. There are no membership requirements, and everyone is welcome!
Purpose is to bring students into a relationship with God through Jesus Christ, and to be a community of students who share a relationship with God and each other.
Our weekly meetings are a time for students to get to know and hang out with each other, mixed with some praise and worship! We meet on Sundays with a meal at 7:30 pm and meeting at 8 pm at the AMP Station (1400 N HWY 88 Claremore, OK 74017).
Purpose is to promote and support the philosophy of the Democratic Party, increase participation of college students in Democratic Party affairs and the political process, and educate students about the philosophies and principles of the Democratic Party
Advisor: Dr. Kenneth Hicks
The College Republicans organization at Rogers State University is a student-led organization that was established to be an open environment for students with an interest in the Republican Party. Our organization goal is to create a setting for like-minded students to come and participate and share their political opinions.
Advisor: Dr. Paul Hatley
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- Provide opportunities for students to be more politically involved from the local level and up.
- Encouraging members to be more actively involved in their civic duties.
- Offer open education for current political issues.
The Criminal Justice Society (CJS) enhances the educational experience of those interested in criminal justice and criminal behavior. The Criminal Justice Society promotes the study of crime and justice and sponsors activities for interested students.
Purpose is to inform both campus and local communities about environmental conservation and its importance through campus and community involvement activities; ECOclub also serves to assist in the maintenance, management, and development of the RSU Scientific Field Research Station with the goal of implementing sustainable practices for the betterment of the environment.
Eco-club is dedicated to connecting students to nature and environmental conservation through service, recreation, and education. The club hosts a variety of events from camping, hiking, and kayaking trips to service projects, community outreach activities, and educational presentations.
Advisor: Dr. Jerry Bowen
Fusion is a college ministry branch of First Baptist Church of Claremore. We welcome everyone! We meet once a week for food, worship, a devotional, and to just hang out. We regularly serve Rogers State, the city of Claremore, and various others. We also have a girls and guys bible study if you are interested.
Fusion welcomes everyone to join. There are no specific requirements. For all new members we ask that you fill out our information card so we can keep in contact and let you know of upcoming events. We also have a GroupMe!
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Advisor: Scott Neston
Join us on Wednesdays @ 8 pm in the Fusion Building, 101 W 5th St, Claremore.
The GOLD (Guard Officer Leadership Development) Program is a challenging premier leadership program available to Oklahoma National Guard Soldiers who attend Rogers State University. The academic leadership training you receive is built into your college curriculum. During classes, leadership labs, physical training and field training exercises you will learn firsthand what it takes to lead others, motivate groups and conduct missions as an Army Officer.
Purpose is to equip students for life by encouraging them through their participation in a community centered on faith and purpose. A charter of Campus Ministry United.
Advisor: Brent Bilby
Beta Xi Chapter of Kappa Phi at Rogers State University. Have you considered how you can grow in your faith while attending Rogers State University? Are you looking for a way to get involved on campus with a group of Christian women? If so, Kappa Phi is the organization for you! Kappa Phi is a lifelong supportive Christian sisterhood expressed through service, study, and worship. Kappa Phi allows women to feel a sense of Christ-like sisterhood while embodying the phrase “Come As You Are”. Although we are represented by Greek letters, we are not considered an official sorority. We are The Kappa Phi Club.
We host recruitment at the beginning of each Fall and Spring semester. Follow our social media account or email us to learn more about how you can join Kappa Phi.
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The National Communication Association’s official honor society at four-year colleges and universities. Purpose is to promote and encourage professional development, and to provide opportunities to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of Communication.
Advisor: Tip Crowley
Native American Student Association (NASA) promotes a better understanding of American Indian students and people of this school, to use our resources and talents to promote good will and fellowship, to hold extra-curricular activities on and off campus, and to encourage each student to actively study his or her native background.
NASA supports Native American students on campus by providing an opportunity for social and cultural gatherings. We hold a cultural festival in November for Native American Heritage Month and a graduation honor powwow in May as well as leadership opportunities for students. Students only need to show up to meetings which are announced on our Facebook group, RSU Native American Student Association.
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Advisor: Rebekah Warren
Purpose is to educate and raise awareness about eating disorders on college campuses and the available support options.
Advisor: Dr. Sonya Munsell
The Oklahoma Aspiring Educators Association (OAEA) is a pre-professional organization of undergraduate and graduate students currently preparing for careers in education. OAEA is one of the largest student organizations in Oklahoma with local student programs at more than 25 university and college campuses.
Advisor: Christi Mackey
As the one and only fraternity on campus, Phi Delta Theta are dedicated to establishing a more dominant presence of our three pillars: friendship, sound learning, and rectitude. These help shape us into the best men that we can be and aid in facilitating lifelong relationships that impact campus, community, and fellow brothers.
Advisor: Dr. Jerry Bowen
Purpose is to provide information and guidance about post-undergrad application processes and to expose its members to volunteering and shadowing opportunities offered in their particular field of interest.
Advisor: Dr. Jerry Bowen
Rogers State University’s President’s Leadership Class (PLC) is a four-year scholarship program designed to develop your leadership skills and enhance your academic experience. PLC provides an environment for a select number of exceptional RSU students to foster their personal and professional development.
Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, was founded in 1929 with a mission to encourage excellence in scholarship and advance the science of psychology. It was the first student organization affiliated with the American Psychological Association. The Rogers State University chapter was founded in 2003 and is the first baccalaureate Honor Society established at our institution.
Website: Psi Chi
RSU Pride student organization focuses on education and acceptance regarding the LGBTQ+ community. We strive to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment on campus for any LGBTQ+ member or ally. We provide resources and educational materials about all aspects of LGBTQ+ identities and orientations from providing a support group on campus to listing therapists and/or medical professionals that actively support members of the community.
You must be a current student at Rogers State University. We require our members to either be a member of the LGBTQ+ or a supportive ALLY to the LGBTQ+. You do not have to be out to join nor are you required to reveal your own orientation. There are no GPA or academic requirements. If you want to join but are not sure where you stand in regards to the community, contact us or come to one of our events and we can help you.
Advisors: Kaitlin Crotty
Sexual Health Organization & Outreach (SHOO) is a group of RSU students interested in spreading sex positivity by educating students and de-stigmatizing sexual health and sexually transmitted infections. SHOO aims to be an inclusive safe space for all students to discover their personal sexual pleasures and make informed decisions regarding their sexual health, including whether or not to engage in sexual activity.
Advisor: Dr. Lori O'Malley
The Social Justice League (SJL) at Rogers State University is a student organization that is open to all students interested in Social Justice. Our mission is to establish and maintain an inclusive environment for all students at RSU, to challenge social conventions, and serve as a catalyst for personal growth and community action.
The purpose of the Spanish Club is to educate students and the community about the Hispanic language and culture, to promote individual and campus knowledge and interest in Hispanic culture and to encourage friendship and the exchange of ideas among students.
Advisor: Gioia Kerlin
The Student Ambassador Program serves as the liaison between the public and the university, to provide an inside look of Hillcat Nation, streamline communication between professors, students, and staff.
Our student ambassadors give our campus tours, attend high school recruitment events with our Recruiters, and more! If you love RSU and want to help future Hillcats, the Student Ambassador Program is right for you.
Website: Student Ambassadors
Rogers State University art students come together regularly to celebrate artistic expression, promote the study of art, and complete community service projects through the Student Art Association. Here you will find support from your fellow student-artists and make lifelong friends. The Student Art Association is open to all majors.
Advisor: Steven Rosser
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) serves as the liaison between the student-athlete body and the RSU faculty and staff. This organization seeks to enhance and further promote a positive overall university experience for student-athletes. Must be a student-athlete enrolled at Rogers State University. Two student-athletes from each competing sports team serve as the representatives for their sport. Representatives are chosen by coaches and/or prior SAAC representatives.
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Join us on the first Monday of each month at 7 pm in Herrington Hall 146.
- Promote engagement within the athletic department, programs, and community
- Giving back to the community
- Creating an environment where student-athletes can learn, grow, and compete
- Providing student-athletes with the necessary tools to succeed on the field and in the classroom
SGA serves as liaison between student body and administration and faculty, to provide a network of communication among the students, organizations, faculty, and administration throughout the institution that is RSU; and to serve as the body responsible for the coordination of actions by students on campus issues, which affect the entire student body.
All students who are currently accepted into the Rogers State University Nursing Program are members of SNA.
STO strives enhance the campus and surrounding community through various forms of entertainment and art that should include but is not limited to; plays, productions, monologues, enactments and readings.
SWO is a group where students interested writing can come together to express themselves. It is a place for constructive criticism and feedback that assist aspiring poets, lyricists, authors, etc. in their craft. The club will function as a center to brainstorm ideas for new written works as well.
Advisor: Sally Emmons
Yesterday's Warriors. Today's Scholars. Tomorrow's Leaders.
- Provides an environment for veterans support and guidance, while building a fellowship with the university and community
- Keeping veterans informed and up to date on benefits such as the new GI bill and benefits for their family members
- Informal monthly meetings that serve as a peer group
- Benefits seminars and counseling in conjunction with other organizations
- Local service projects and volunteer work
- Pre-professional networking
- OSRHE Resources for Student Veterans and Active-Duty Military
Advisor: David Bath