Clubs & Organizations
The Office of Campus Life serves as an advocate for students and student organizations, provides enhanced national and local community service, personal leadership development and academic achievement by affording all students the opportunity to get involved in co-curricular activities. The Office of Campus Life facilitates several different University-Wide Committees that provide guidance to major events and student organization operations on campus.
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Geographical clubs encourage social cohesiveness among students from the same geographical locality. The aim is to inform and motivate students to get involved in campus activities, and to maintain a social/service organization which serves the University and the community through its many philanthropies and programs.
Greek Letter Organizations
Greek-letter organizations serve as a positive way to form life-long friendships, build a dynamic network, and engage in leadership experiences.
Honor societies have been established in each school and college to recognize and perpetuate excellence in various disciplines. Organized for educational purposes, these organizations aim to promote scholarship and research, encourage a high standard of character and conduct and recognize a high attainment of practice in related fields. Candidates are selected on the basis of scholarship and character.
International clubs provide a social outlet for international students while providing a means to bring U.S. and international students together. There organizations have an educational function by presenting programs on international topics and seminars concerning the culture of other countries.
School & Department Clubs
School and Department clubs provide useful opportunities and leadership experiences for students in their respective fields. These special interest groups focus on the furtherance of their respective disciplines.
Sports Clubs have been established to provide students, faculty, and staff with an opportunity to further their athletic skills, and through competitive intramural and intercollegiate programs, achieve excellence. Also, through planned activities, the clubs introduce the sport to the Howard community and extend professional guidance in establishing the highest standards of participation, instruction, and conduct.
Student Religious Organizations
Student Religious Organizations at Howard often involve themselves with civic work, services and social functions, with an emphasis on instilling and perpetuating the religious concepts, ideals and beliefs held by each group.
University-Wide Committees & Programs
- Who’s Who Awards Committee
- Student Activity Fee Committee
- LGBTQIA Advisory Committee
- Bison Board
- Hilltop Policy Board
- Mr. and Miss Howard University and the Royal Court