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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.

Academic Organizations

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.

S.I.F.E. (Students in Free Enterprise)
To teach, practice and learn areas of the free enterprise system. Students will incorporate better communication, networking and teamwork skills by practicing free enterprise.

Poets Society
To allow students to express their creativity through poetic expressions.

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.

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). (See Appendix for further information.)

Campus Organizations

A&M Financial Services
A&M Financial Services, Inc aims to be a progressive leader in promoting entrepreneurship and economic responsibility. We support the innovative ideas of new business and promote positive ethics and moral standards of the corporate culture. A&M Financial Services, Inc does not support any negative connotation of racism, discrimination, or prejudice.
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Black Male Coalition
To bring unity among the Black men on the campus, and the uplifting of the Wilberforce community.

California Pre-Alumni Club
The purpose of our organization is to bring everyone from the West Coast together as one unified body. The group serves as a social outlet for those students during their study at Wilberforce.

Campus Ministries

Alpha Omega Campus Ministries
Alpha Omega Campus Ministries is an umbrella for all Christian organizations on the campus of Wilberforce University. The Christian organizations consist of Imani Spiritual Praise Dancers, Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance and the New Voices in Praise Gospel Choir. Each organization works as different members of one body to enhance spiritual growth on campus. Gatherings of this united body include Bible studies, Praise and Worship Services and social events. The ultimate goal of Alpha Omega Campus Ministries is to help develop and maintain the Christian's walk with the Lord Jesus Christ, as well as, win souls for Christ.

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.

Ladies of A-Heart
This is a social organization. The purpose is to promote unity and sisterhood among women. The ladies of A-Heart also partake in community service and coordinate functions on campus.

The Ladies of Q Essence
The Ladies of Essence (Q-E's) are a community service organization founded in 1914 for the purpose of uplifting our community and society at large. We seek to promote sisterhood and friendship amongst women of all backgrounds because "sisterhood is essential to our souls". We are a diverse group of ladies with a complete dedication to our sisterhood, womanhood, and community. Members are expected to exemplify their principles at all time as they have done for over 90 years now.

M.O.M.S (Mothers Overcome Matters Strategically)
An organization geared toward the self-betterment and support of single collegiate mothers. Our purpose is to aid our community in the forms of education, support, community service, and fellowship. Our ideal targets are single collegiate women with and without children. Through the grace of God and the support of Wilberforce University we will be able to accomplish our mission.

N.V.I.P. (New Voices in Praise Gospel Choir)
This is an organization of students who enjoy praising the Lord's name in song. They are apart of the Alpha Omega Campus Ministries.

U.N.C.F/College Fund Pre-Alumni
An organization that trains students to become financially supportive alumni of their respective UNCF member school.

Greek Organizations
(Open to Students who are of sophomore status with a cumulative G.P.A. of 2.7.)

Alpha Phi Alpha
The purpose is to uplift our culture and race through scholarship, manly deeds and love for all mankind. The Fraternity's motto is First of all, Servants of all, We shall transcend all.

Delta Sigma Theta
A Sorority founded January 13, 1913 at Howard University. The vision of this sorority is to promote Sisterhood, Scholarship, and Service.

Iota Phi Theta

Kappa Alpha Psi
A fraternity founded in 1911 on the campus of Indiana University to promote achievement. The chapter motto is "Capitalizing on Opportunity."

Omega Psi Phi
A fraternity formed on the campus of Howard University on November 17, 1911, and is noted as the first black fraternity founded on an all black campus. The organization's four principals include: manhood, scholarship, perseverance and uplift.

Phi Beta Sigma
Was founded at Howard University in Washington DC, on January 9, 1914 by three young African American male students.  The founders, Honorable A. Langston Taylor, Honorable Leonard F. Morse, Honorable Charles I. Brown wanted to organize a Greek Letter fraternity that would exemplify the ideals of brotherhood, Scholarship, and service, and wanted to create an organization that viewed itself as "a part of" the general community rather than "apart from" the general community.

Sigma Gamma Rho

Zeta Phi Beta
The purpose of this Sorority is to promote scholarship (educational programs) health awareness and involvement in politics (state, local and national).

Honor Societies

Alpha Kappa Mu
The purpose of the society is to promote high scholarship, to encourage scholarly endeavors, to cultivate high order of living and to develop appreciation of scholarly endeavors in all others.

Kappa Theta Epsilon
An organization that promotes cooperative education amongst the students at Wilberforce. KTE also assist the office of Cooperative Education and Career Planning and Placement with the coordination of events relevant to cooperative education.

Sigma Omega
An honor society for the women of Wilberforce who exemplify academic scholarship. Flora Isabel Askew and Dr. Yvonne Walker - Taylor founded the organization at Wilberforce University.

National Organizations

National Pan-Hellenic Council
To unite Greek organizations on campus, provide community service and activities for students. (See Appendix for further information.)

N.S.B.E. (National Society of Black Engineers)
This is a professional organization that exposes those students interested in engineering to the various opportunities in the field.

 

 

 

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