SPECIAL CONCERNS AND INTERESTS ORGANIZATIONS
4-H, MU Collegiate
The purpose of our organization is to support youth and the 4-H program. We continue to promote the four-fold development and the ideals of 4-H, while serving our University and community. Members will have the opportunity to participate in regional and national conferences. No previous 4-H experience is required.
Against Tobacco @ Marshall
We are an organization dedicated to working on tobacco issues and prevention on campus. We also provide support to those that want to quit.
World-wide group that works to protect human rights and dignity.
Atheistic and Secular Society, Marshall (MASS)
Atheist, agnostic, secular humanist and skeptic society at Marshall.
Cabell-Lincoln College Crew (CLCC)
Cabell-Lincoln College Crew.
Campus Activities Board (CAB)
Campus Activities Board (CAB) exists for the purpose of selecting, promoting and producing campus-wide events that meet the social, educational, and entertainment needs of the MU community. CAB will strive to enhance the leadership abilities and small group experiences of its members. Members will also serve as the voice of the MU students for their programming needs.
Club College Summit
Bridging the gap between college summit alumni at Marshall University by ensuring the academic & social success of those alumni through a strong community connection throughout the school year.
We are a group focused on getting our members to open up and express who they are. Expression will allow members to have fun with group exercises, participate in group events (which can range from anything), and learn that we will accept you as you are.
This club is a social/community service organization for students who are enrolled in the HELP program. The purpose of this organization is to promote HELP students’ needs and activities designed to enhance the educational experience at Marshall University.
Higher Education Defense Group
We are an organization committed to quality education after high school, especially when it comes to affordability.
IJM (International Justice Mission) Campus Chapter, Marshall University
IJM is dedicated to raising awareness and support to aid international justice missions in their fight to end slavery.
John Marshall Emerging Leaders
Offering incoming students the opportunity to develop skills that will help them overcome their indecisiveness and aggressively pursue their goals to become leaders on campus and in their professional careers.
Lambda Omega Tau (LOT)
LOT is a veterans’ co-ed fraternity. Our principles and purposes demand supreme allegiance to the United States of America. We hold aloft the torch of true patriotism, striving for a higher standard of education and scholarship, while maintaining a strong and solid Nation.
A gay rights active club on campus focusing on human rights issues, fellowship, and community service.
Ms. Quotes Feminist Magazine
A feminist magazine for the Marshall University community in order to raise awareness about class, race, sex, gender, sexuality, and other social/political issues.
National Residence Hall Honorary
The purpose of this organization shall be to provide recognition to those who have provided outstanding service or exceptional leadership in supporting the university’s residential communities through the four pillars of NRHH: leadership, recognition, scholarship, and service.
Open to all students enrolled in Military Science courses. Our group promotes service, leadership, physical strengthening and training. Through mentorship of our members, we encourage time management, goal planning and personal growth. Members of our group seek careers in military service and other leadership opportunities in the private and public sectors.
Secular Student Alliance
The Marshall SSA is a student group affiliated with Secular Student Alliance. We strive to promote an atmosphere on campus free of religious persecution, as well as social tolerance and understanding.
Sociology Club aka The Society
Promote awareness about human society and social behavior.
Student Ambassadors, Marshall University
We mainly assist the Office of Recruitment in representing Marshall to prospective students and their families, as well as assisting the Alumni Office with events throughout the year. Each member is responsible for a particular amount of service hours per month which include helping with the previously mentioned events and tasks (i.e. tours, Green and White Days, Paint the Capital City Green, etc.), community service projects, and social events meant to strengthen group cohesiveness and promote unity within the organization.
Student Government Association
Student Social Work Organization, Marshall University (MUSSWO)
To become actively involved in voluntary social work while promoting fellowship within the surrounding communities and agencies.
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
We are a student-based organization addressing issues on drugs and alcohol abuse, impaired driving, and other destructive decisions. SADD offers life lessons that can guide members in life decisions.
Students Optimistic for Curing Kids (SOCK)
Students optimistic for curing kids.
TOMS at Marshall
TOMS at Marshall is a part of the international TOMS campus clubs network. The club’s goal is to spread the one-for-one movement, educating students about the global need for safe footwear.
VOX: Students for Choice
Pro-choice student group established to increase awareness of women’s health issues and sexual equality on Marshall’s Campus.
Women’s Studies Student Association
A feminist group that dedicates its meetings to talking and discussing feminist issues. We also plan events with the women’s studies faculty and the women’s center to promote feminist ideology.