Student Organizations

The University supports the right of individuals to organize and participate in organizations within the context of the general University, student, alumni, and community interests. Because groups must be coordinated and students informed regarding possible involvement, all student organizations, including but not limited to academic groups, interest groups, fraternal organizations, recreational clubs, political and social groups must register with the Director of Student Activities.

Campus Organizations
(click an organization for more info)

The New Mirror
A print medium to inform the campus community of the various events and issues on campus and to serve as a vehicle to train aspiring journalist and communications professionals.
W.U.R.S. (97.5 FM)
The campus radio station designed to entertain the campus community and provide training for those students interested in broadcasting careers.
Student Ambassadors
A group of students who work for the office of admissions serving as representatives of the institution. Main function is to provide tours to perspective students and other groups who may visit the campus.
Pre-Medical Society
To promote unity amongst the students in the Natural Science Division and to prepare for future endeavors in science and medicine.
Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc.
A professional business organization whose membership includes women in all professions, business related positions and vocationally trained occupations; in addition, young women who are still pursuing their educational goals as undergraduates.
Nubiance Modeling Troupe
The primary purpose of this organization is to help young men and women build their self-esteem, build relationships with different types of people, network, as well as become role models for the Wilberforce University student community.
TRI-C, Inc.
a special interest organization focused on scholastic achievement, female empowerment, and spiritual upliftment.
Nu Zeta Epsilon Social Fellowship
A special interest organization that's founded upon the principles of Scholarship, Brotherhood, Respect and Unity.
Nu Rho Sigma Eta Beta Mu Fine Arts Fraternity, Inc.
We are a fraternity made up of men and women to bring a common bond of the arts to cities and college campuses around the world. Nu Rho Sigma does not limit itself to only singing, dancing, instrumentation, or writing; we encompass all of the above as well as others, and bring them together on one accord. In doing this Nu Rho Sigma gives insight to all areas that others may not be as knowledgeable in.
Krimson Kourt
A student organization that is dedicated to promoting service contributions. Women are intelligent, respected, dedicated members of a bond of sisterhood in service between institutions of higher learning, locally and far-reaching. Campus life that is academically as well as socially stimulating and rewarding is among our highest objectives.
Student Government Association
The association that leads the student body concerning campus issues. They also sponsor various activities for the campus at large (open to students with G.P.A. of 2.5 or better).
Optimist Club
Optimist Clubs are dedicated to "Bringing Out the Best in Kids" and do their part through community service programs. Since each Club is autonomous and run by members in their community, Optimists have the unique flexibility to serve the youth of their area in any way they see fit. Optimist Clubs see a need in their community and react to it.
International Students
An organization for students to socialize with others from outside of the United States and to ensure that the campus community is internationally aware.
U.N.C.F./College Fund Pre-Alumni
An organization that trains students to become financially supportive alumni of their respective UNCF member school.
Black Women United
an organization dedicated to celebrating and connecting the diverse community of black women at Wilberforce University. It is meant to serve as a safe, welcoming, and encouraging space where black women can come to find guidance, support, and inspiration.<
Student African American Brotherhood
Focuses on increasing the number of African American and Latino men that graduate from college by creating a positive peer community based on a spirit of caring. SAAB operates through student run chapters with professional advising and mentorship to assist young men to excel academically, socially, culturally, spiritually and in the community.
Theatrical Dome
A student-run production and service organization whose goal is to involve more students in theater at Wilberforce University. The organization aims to present students with the chance to gain experience with the collaborative process of theater and the related arts. Members produce student-acted and directed performances and organize a variety of activities for theater arts students.
As the first fine arts student organization established at Wilberforce University, C.L.E.F. Society of Distinguished Artists brings together talented individuals who have a love an appreciation for the Arts. The organization creates an opportunity for the members to showcase their talents to the wider community in a spirit of togetherness and support.


Note to Organizations

Campus Activities' core value is to offer opportunities to foster leadership, character, citizenship, social responsibility and civility for the students and campus community.

  • To assist your student organization with planning events and activities.
  • Assist with training new organization members, officers, and advisors.
  • Clarify university policies and registration procedures for student organizations.
  • Provide information scheduling and the use of campus facilities.
  • Offer guidelines for planning programs.
  • Suggest means of working with your organization's advisor.
  • Explain sources of funding and financial procedures.