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Organization Name                              Description                                 Organization Type                     Campus Box   Adviser
Campus Box
Phone Number            
351 Design To gain a higher knowledge, experience, and skill sets in the field of graphic design. Academic 1168
Barbara Nwacha
Box 1774
618-650-2813
A Cross Between Campus Ministry Provides spiritual assistance and encouragement in all areas of life.  Open to all students. Religious 1168
Robert LeAnder
Box 1801
618-650-2554
Accounting Club Purpose is to stimulate an interest in the accounting profession.  Open to students in good acadeimc standing and taking an accounting course Academic 1457
Linda Lovata
Box 1104
618-650-2623
Active Minds Special Interest 1451
Aminata Cairo
Box 1451
618-650-2909
Aerospace Club Supports cadets of Air Force ROTC in their pursuit of becoming future Air Force Officers. Open to any student and faculty. Special Interest 1168
Anthony Patino
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Box 1048618-650-5903
African Student Association To foster the spirit of understanding and cooperation among African students and others. Open to all students. Cultural 1168
Anthony Denkiyarah
Box 1147618-650-2618
Alestle, The Campus newspaper. Open to anyone interested in working in any aspect of a newspaper. Other 1167
Tammy Merrett-Murry
Box 1167618-650-3597
Alliance of Students Against Poverty To collect donations for those less fortunate, raise awareness of social justice issues, promote diversity, and encourage service and volunteerism between students, faculty, the SIUE community, and residents of the Metro East area. Special Interest 1168
Sarah Laux
Box 1168618-650-2686
Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity, to foster and encourage high scholarship, leadership, loyalty, and self support. Open to undergraduate males. Greek 1168
Donald Flory
Box 1651618-650-2204
Alpha Omega Eta This is a multi-cultural greek sorority. Intend to promote Pam-Africanism & also unite for the interest of women and children all over the world. Greek 1168
Faustina Blankson
Box 1126
618-650-3303
Alpha Phi Sorority, to promote growth in character of each of its members. Open to all students. Greek 1168
Jim McDermott
Box 1169
618-650-3949
Alph Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Fraternity, open to undergraduate males. Greek 1168
Kelley Brooks
Box 1600
618-650-2628
Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity. Members must fulfill financial, service, scholarship, and attendance obligations. Special Interest 1168
Brian Hinterscher
Box 1609
618-650-5525
Alpha Sigma Tau Social Sorority promotes ethical, cultural, and social development. Open to any female. Greek 1168
Christy McDougal
Box 1169
618-650-5438
American Advertising Federation This club will enable students who are interested in advertising to gather with students with the same interest. You will gain "real world" experience by helping with advertisements for other campus organizations. Professional 1168
Cory Byers
Box 1775
618-650-3827
American Cancer Society Colleges Against Cancer Purpose of reducing cancer incidence and death and measurably improving quality of life for cancer patients and survivors. Special Interest 1168
Kay Gaehle
Box 1066
618-650-3976
American Concrete Institute Student Chapter (ACI) Encourage student interest in the study of concrete and to develop an awareness of ACI. Professional 1168
Anne Werner
Box 1803
618-650-3040
American Pharmacists Association Ptovides information, education, and advocacy to help all student pharmacists develop professionalism and improve pharmacy skills and patient care. Professional 1168
Jessica Kerr
Box 2000
618-650-5138
American Red Cross Club Provide students and faculty with an opportunity to further the mission of the Red Cross. Special Interest 1168
Gerald Schlemer
Box 1129
618-650-2871
American Society of Civil Engineers Encourages the development of professional civil engineers. Open to any student in good academic standing. Professional 1800
Brent Vaughn
Box 1800
618-650-3533
American Society of Consultant Pharmacists; SIUE Student Chapter Provides Pharmacy students with networking opportuniities to meet with professionals in the field, and Educational programs for geriatic pharmacy. Professional 2000
Miranda Wilhelm
Box 2000
618-650-5124
American Society of Health-System Pharmacy The student society shall adopt the mission and objectives of the state society of health-system pharmacists.  In addition, the student society shall have the following mission: “The mission of the SIUE School of Pharmacy student society is to make students aware of pharmacy practice in health systems; provide information to students about career directions in and credentials needed for pharmacy practice in health systems; and encourage membership and participation in the state society and ASHP as a student and upon graduation.” Professional 2000
Lisa Lubsch
Box 2000
618-650-5164
American Society of Heating, Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Professional 1168
Serdar Celik
Box 1805
618-650-2584
American Society of Mechanical Engineers Purpose is to create an awareness of and advance students in mechanical engineering. Open to all students with an interest in mechanical engineering. Professional 1805
Soondo Kweon
Box 1805
618-650-2820
Anthropology Club Fosters a greater interest in anthropology. Open to students with a 2.0 or better G.P.A. Academic 1151
Greg Vogel
Box 1454
618-650-2744
Arabic Club Promote Arabic language and culture and to educate students about the Middle East. Cultural 1168
Stephen Tamari
Box 1454
618-650-3580
Association for School and Community Careers (ASCC) Purpose of this organization is to provide students the opportunity to explore the diverse professional career options. Available to students in the School of Education (SoE). Academic 1168
Gretchen Fricke
Box 1062
618-650-5645
Association of Information Technology Professionals To promote a better understanding of data processing technology and design. Open to students with a 2.5 GPA and pursuing a Management Information Systems degree. Professional 1106
Andrea Hester
Bo x1106
618-650-3715
Baptist Student Ministries Purpose is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in meeting the needs of the campus community. Open to all students. Religious 1168
Cheryl Jordan
Box 1600
618-650-2535
Bass Masters Club Promotes the recreational pursuit of bass fishing on campus and within the community. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Beta Alpha Psi Promotes, supports, and recognizes outstanding achievement in the field of accounting. Honorary 1104
Allen Hunt
Box 1104
618-650-5230
Biology Club Purpose is to function as a professional society for students interested in the biological sciences. Open to all students. Academic 1651
Luci Kohn
Box 1651
618-650-2394
Black Student Union Motivates black students to be more actively involved in shaping their own campus life. Open to all students. Cultural 1168
Christopher Arceneaux
Box 1600
618-650-3272
Bluff Hall Council Dedicated to fostering a quality living and learning environment Other 1168
Spencer Giese
Box 1256
618-650-2900
Bowling Club To increase recreation interest and education in bowling and to select qualified male and female teams to represent SIUE in competitions. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Campus Activities Board Purpose is to enhance campus life through social, recreational, educational, and cultural activities.  Open to undergrads with 2.5 GPA and graduates with 3.0 GPA. Other 1168
Anee Korme
Box 1168
618-650-2686
Campus Crusade for Christ CCC exists to provide regular opportunities to study and discuss the Bible, worship, and pray, all in a group setting, which also provides opportunities for fellowship, encouragement and spiritual development among members. Religious 1168
Christine Emling
Box 1066
618-650-5373
Campus Outreach Local church's college ministry to help students investigate Christ Religious 1168
Meg Grimaud
Box 1003
618-650-3309
Campus Recreation Student Employee Development Committee Give Campus Rec student employees the opportunity to develop as professionals by providing mock interviews, resume workshops, network opportunities, and fund raising. Professional 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Capoeira Volta ao Mundo Club (VAM) To promote Brazilian culture and physical fitness. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Catholic Newman Student Union Will foster the spiritual, service, and social interests of Catholic students. Open to all students. Religious 1059
Sarah Deeter
Box 1059
618-6503205
Chapter of the Scott Post SAME To connect students in the Engineering field of study with professionals through relationships with the American Society of Military Engineers. Professional 1168
Anne Werner
Box 1803
618-650-3374
Chemistry Club Fosters a greater interest in chemistry. Is open to any student, faculty, or staff member interested in chemistry. Academic 1652
Edward Navarre
Box 1652
618-650-2421
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the spiritual and social life of the college student of SIUE by providing those opportunities for worship, fellowship, training, and evangelism, which will accomplish those ends. Religious 1168
Darleen Harmon
Box 1157
618-650-2375
Chi Epsilon Promotes the profession of civil engineering. Open to students in the upper 1/3 of of his or her class in civil engineering. Honorary 1800
Nader Panahshahi
Box 1800
618-650-2819
Christian Student Fellowship Provides an encouraging, enriching fellowship for students united by faith in Christ. Open to all students. Religious 1168
Craig Miner
Box 1147
618-650-2653
Climbing Club Dedicated to promoting and participating in the sport of rock climbing Rereational 1168
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Club Baseball Offers students the opportunity to participate in competitive baseball against teams from other schools and clubs. Open to all. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Club Football Purpose is to involve all students in football games. Open to students with 75% attendance, dues required. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Club Tennis Provide students with a social network opportuinity to meet friends, recreational and competitive play. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Club Ultimate The propose is to compete against other schools in Ultimate Frisbee Recreational 1168
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
College Democrats Provide opportunity to stimulate in the SIUE community an active interest in governmental affairs, increase the efficiency of popular government, to foster and perpetuate the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party. Special Interest 1168
Nicholas Guehlstorf
College of Psychiatric & Neurologic Pharmacists SIUE Promote pharmacy student involvement in psychiatric & neurologic pharmacy. Academic 1168
Kelly Gable
Box 2000
618-650-3374
Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization The purpose of this organization is to inform, support, and inspire college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation. Professional 1168
Timothy Schoenecker
Box 1100
618-650-2708
COMMraderie Provide formal structure for relations between students, faulty, and staff. Academic 1168
Jocelyn DeGroot-Brown
Box 1772
618-650-3090
Competitive Cheerleading Club The purpose of this organization is to support the SIUE Club Football team at their games, promote school spirit, and compete against other schools in cheerleading competitions. Recreational 1168
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Computer Association of SIUE (CAOS) Increases knowledge and applications of modern computing machinery. Open to all students. Academic 1656
Igor Crk
Box 1656
618-650-2341
Constructors Club Provide growth and knowledge through education about the construction industry and promote interaction between the university community, local community, and the construction profession. Academic 1168
Chris Gordon
Box 1803
618-650-2867
Cougar Baja We are a group of engineers that design, build, and race an off road vehicle in international events representing SIUE. All major engineer programs in the U.S. make appearances at these events. Academic 1168
Jenna Gorlewicz
Box 11805
618-650-2393
Cougar Swim Club To promote swimming on campus Recreational 1168
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Cougar Trap and Skeet To create an opportunity for the student body to participate in shooting sports in a safe and competitive environment, along with organizing fundraisers and activities associated with the Trap and Skeet club.  The club will involve students in an organization in which they can gain knowledge in firearm safety. Recreational 1157
William Retzlaff
Box 1651
618-650-2728
Cougar Village Council To provide programming opportunities to promote the personal and academic development of each resident living in Cougar Village. Other 1168
Jacquelyn Warren
Box 1256
618-650-2961
Council for Exceptional Children Promotes the education and welfare of exceptional children and the persons engaged in the education of such children. Professional 1147
Craig Miner
Box 1147
618-650-2653
Cricket Club Promote, encourage, and develop interest in and understanding of the game of cricket in accordance with the Laws of Cricket and in the best traditions of sportsmanship. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Criminal Justice Club To promote awareness and interest in the Criminal Justice field. Academic 1168
Erin Heil
Box 0405
618-650-3295
Delta Lambda Phi To develop friendship, leadership, and association among all men and to enhance the quality of life among gay, bisexual, and progressive men by providing social, service, and recreational activities. Greek 1168
Norris Manning
Box 1186
618-650-3841
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority provides social, scholarship, and service opportunities for all undergraduate women. Greek 1168
Duff Wrobbel
Box 1772
618-650-3098
Delta Theta Tau Engineering leader for service, profession, and brotherhood. Honorary 1168
Ryan Fries
Box 1600
618-650-8026
Digital and Photographic Imagers To provide the SIUE community with opportunities to be involved in activities, discussions, and workshops dealing with photography and digital imaging. Academic 1774
Steven Brown
Box 1771
618-650-3013
Disney College Program Alumni Association To promote the Disney College Program, provide support and networking opportunities to current program participants and Alumni, to prepare future participants for the program and to provide support to the community though volunteer and community service projects. Special Interest 1168
Connie Dake
Box 1630
618-650-2056
Economics and Finance Club To educate students in economics/finance. Academic 1102
Shrikant Jategaonkar
Box 1102
618-650-5792
Edwardsville Cougar Officials To get students and faculty at SIUE involved in officiating on and off campus in all sports. Recreational 1157
Natalie Rosales
Box 1057
618-650-3987
Emperial Bring together talented dancers with common interests and master the art of dancing. Recreational 1168
Earleen Patterson
Box 1641
618-650-3790
Engineers Without Borders To provide opportunities for students to use engineering skills & knowledge to improve the quality of life for communities both locally and internationally. Professional 1168
Chris Gordon
Box 1803
618-650-2867
English Language and Literature Association (ELLA) To function as an academic association for students interested in English Language fields. Academic 1168
Jessica DeSpain
Box 1431
618-650-2151
Equestrian Club Enables all students who have riding experience and/or want to gain knowledge about horses, equine health care and management the opprotunity to actively do so. Recreational 1157
Darleen Harmon
Box 1157
618-650-2375
Eta Sigma Gamma Promotes professional competence and dedication of individual members for the health education discipline. Honorary 1126
Jennifer Caumiant
Box 1031
618-650-3306
Evergreen Area Council EAC will be a voice for the students and will provide social activities. EAC will also help foster a quality living environment. Other 1168
Justin Allen
Box 1258
618-650-5294
Exercise Science Club To advance knowledge and experience of students while helping the community. Academic 1168
Erin Vanderbunt
Box 1126
618-650-3252
Fellowship of English Students & Teachers (FEEST) Purpose is to connect active and aspiring English Education practitioners to one another. Academic 1168
Jill Kirsten Anderson
Box 1431
618-650-3316
Flute Club of SIUE To advance flute playing at SIUE. Special Interest 1168
Shelly Monier
Box 1771
618-650-2026
Flying Cougars The SIUE Flying Cougars shall serve as a forum for interested bodies to gain information regarding skydiving and sport parachuting activities. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Focus the Nation Provide students the tools to become leaders in sustainable energy. Academic 1168
Robin Kilpatrick
Box 1620
618-650-3708
Formula SIUE Dedicated to supplementing classroom theories with extracurricular hands on experience. The team will design, fabricate, and finance the completion of the Formula SAE vehicle each year. Academic 1168
X. Terry Yan
Box 1805
618-650-3463
Freethought Society of SIUE Secular outreach. Other 1168
Greg Vogel
Box 1451
618-650-2744
Future Music Business Professionals Help prepare students to enter into the business side of the music industry. Professional 1168
Audrey Tallant
Box 1771
618-650-2790
Game Development Group Member will practice their skills and meet others with a similar interest, specifically video game development.  The group will work together to procurea final result that everyone will be proud of. Special Interest 1168
Dennis Bouvier
Box 1656
618-650-2369
Gamma Phi Omega To unite sisters in the principles of achieving academic excellence, serving the communities in which we live and learn, preserving the sacred bond of sisterhood among women, and uplifting and advancing a cultural awareness among Latinos and those in our global communities. Greek 1168
Amelia Perez
Box 1066
618-5317
Gamma Theta Upsilon Furthers professional interest in geography through training in academic experiences other than those of the classroom. Honorary 1459
Stacey R. Brown
Box 1459
618-650-5735
Gay-Straight Alliance Purpose is to provide an atmosphere of support for gay and lesbian students. Open to all students. Special Interest 1168
Robin Berkley
Box 1100
618-650-2735
Geography Club To promote awareness regarding environmental, economic, or cultural issues. Academic 1168
Stacey R. Brown
Box 1459
618-650-5735
GNU/Linux User To share knowledge of free software and culture. Other 1168
Mark McKenney
Box 1656
618-650-2386
God's Anointed Mime Ministry God's Anointed Mime Ministry is created with desire and full intent as chosen vessels to speak through the flow of movement without saying a word. Religious 1168
Almetta Mosby
Box 1055
618-650-2843
Golden Key International Honor Society Purpose is to recognize and encourage scholastic achievement in all fields of study, provide scholarships and career assistance. Membership by invitation only, top 15% rank. Honorary 1168
James Panico
Box 1147
618-650-5838
Gospel Choir Promotes cultural awareness of Afro-American gospel mucis. Open to any student in good standing. Special Interest 1168
Lydia Jackson
Box 1063
618-650-2604
Graduate Student Social Workers Association (GSSWA) This organization will provide a formal structure for communication between faculty, SIUE, and the students of the Master of Social Work (MSW) program.  It offers opportunities for further professional development as Social Workers.  Lastly, this organization provides forums for students in the MSW program to come together as a small group within the broader community of SIUE. Academic 1168
Kimberly Carter
Box 1450
618-650-5645
Greek Council Judicial organization, oversees all Greek organizations, programs, and events. Open to all students. Greek 1168
John Davenport
Box 1168
618-650-2686
Hillel Foundation This is a National Jewish Organization. The purpose is to provide a Jewish presence on campus. Religious 1168
Sherrie Senkfor
Box 1040
618-650-2102
Hispanic Student Union Promote language and culture on Latin based countries through activities and service. Open to students with 2.0 GPA. Cultural 1168
Amelia Perez
Box 1066
618-650-5317
HvZ of SIUE (Humans vs. Zombies) Provide a safe and fun way for students to interact and build cooperation. Recreational 1168
Brandon Sellers
Box 1041
618-5514
Ice Hockey Club Offers students a chance to play ice hockey at a collegiate level. Open to all students with a 2.0 GPA, attending all meetings. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Il Risplendore (Italian Club) Purpose is to promote the Italian language, culture, and general interest of the Edwardsville area. Cultural 1168
Anthony DiPaolo
Box 1432
618-650-2991
Imminent Phenomenon Provide students entertainment and expression through the art of dancing Hip-Hop. Recreational 1168
Connie Dake
Box 1630
618-650-2056
Indian Student Association Promotes overall growth of all the Indian students and promote fellowship and understanding among the campus community. Open to all students. Special Interest 1168
Robert LeAnder
Box 1801
618-650-2554
Inspired Models Achieving Greatness & Experience (IMAGE) The purpose of this organization is to provide training, expereince, and modeling opportunities to those who share interests in fashion, modeling, and/or photography. Special Interest 1168
Howard Rambsy
Box 1431
618-650-2326
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Promotes professional development of electrical engineering and its branches. Open to all students. Professional 1801
George Engel
Box 1801
618-650-2806
Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) To promote the advancement of transportation and traffic engineering by fostering the close association of students with the transportation and traffic engineering profession and the Institute; to acquaint students with topics of interest in transportation and traffic engineering through the medium of competent speakers and of Chapter-sponsored trips; to foster the development of professional spirit, to promote common interests among students and to encourage the enhancement and optimization of facilities for transportation and traffic engineering study. Professional 1168
Huaguo Zhou
Box 1800
618-650-2815
Interfraternity Council Representative and governing body of Greek social fraternities. Open to all students. Greek 1168
John Davenport
Box 1168
618-650-2686
International Business Association The purpose of this organization shall be to enhance and strengthen student awareness of international business. Professional 1168
Yuping Zeng
Box 1100
618-650-2736
International Student Council Provides assistance to international students and promotes involvement with the SIUE community. Open to all students. Cultural 1168
Ron Schaefer
Box 1431
618-650-3298
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship To witness Jesus Christ and to deepen spiritual life. Open to all students. Religious 1168
Laurie Rice
Box 1453
618-650-2075
Iranian Student Society Purpose is to promote friendly relations between cultures of students, provide information and guidance to new Iranian students, communicate and cooperate with other Iranian cultures and countries. Cultural 1168
Sadegh Khazaeli
Box 1652
618-650-3561
Jazz Education Network Promotes jazz education within school and the community. Open to all students Professional 1771
Rick Haydon
Box 1771
618-650-2355
Jiu Jitsu Club Purpose is to offer a chance to learn jiu-jitsu. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-6503242
Joint Engineering Student Council Purpose is to represent the student body to the administration of the School including women, minority and international student issues. Professional 1804
Chris Gordon
Box 1803
618-650-2867
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Fraternity that promotes spiritual, social, intellectual, and moral welfare of members, along with community service. Greek 1168
Kareem Jackson
Box 1129
618-650-3422
Kappa Delta Pi An International Honor Society that is dedicated to scholarship and excellence in education. Promotes a high degree of professional fellowship. Honorary 1049
Barbara O'Donnell
Box 1122
618-650-3422
Kappa Sigma To diversify Greek life at SIUE's campus and grow and expand Greek unity. Greek 1168
Frank Hanes
Box 1117
618-650-1463
Kinesiology Student Association Purpose is uniting those with interests in Kinesiology. Open to students with a 2.0 GPA. Academic 1126
Karen Lux
Box 1025
618-650-2876
Latter-Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA) Assist students to have a balanced secular and spiritual experience.  Open to any SIUE student. Religious 1067
Joseph Pearson
Box 2305
618-650-2300
League of Legends Club To promote teamwork and communication skills in a recreational environment. Recreational 1168
Patrick Long
Box 1067
618-650-2412
Luthern Campus Ministry Purpose is to provide an environment in which SIUE students, staff and faculty can come together in fellowship that is practiced by the Lutheran Church Missouri-Synod Religious 1168
John Savoie
Box 1431
618-650-2092
Making Waves Purpose is to educate students in regards to women's issues, studies, and activities/programs. Open to all with a 2.0 GPA. Special Interest 1168
Elizabeth Stygar
Box 1455
618-650-3395
Marketing Association Purpose is to promote and provide students with an opportunity to pursue a career in the field of Marketing. Open to all students. Professional 1100
Edsmund Hershberger
Box 1100
618-650-3224
Masters of Marketing Research Student Association Purpose is to foster social interactions in and among the Master of Marketing Research students. Academic 1168
Timucin Ozcan
Box 1100
618-650-2407
Math Club To provide a forum where students and faculty may entertain, explore, and enjoy mathematical theories, ideas and concepts. Academic 1168
Cindy Traub
Box 1653
618-650-2356
Meals and Music Ministries To bring awareness of Christianity on the SIUE campus.  To show spirituality, share meals, music and conversation.  Will also provide opportunities to volunteer and travel. Religious 1168
Anthony Denkyirah
Box 1147
618-650-2618
Men's Club Basketball Organization where students can come together and participate in tournaments, games, organized practices, meetings and fundraisers. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Men's Club Soccer Students will play soccer against other schools. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Men's Volleyball Club Purpose is to provide another recreational activity for students and faculty. Open to all. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Mental Illness & Suicide Support Alliance (MISSA) Support family members and friends of those affected by mental illness and suicide in the campus community. Special Interest 1168
Michele Beatty
Box 1066
618-650-3385
Miracle Workers of SIUE To raise funds for the Children's Miracle Network of Greater St. Louis. Other 1168
Sarah Laux
Box 1168
618-650-2686
Model Illinois Government For students interested in journalism, law, political science, and the legislative process in general. Special Interest 1168
Denise DeGarmo
Box 1453
618-650-2649
Motorcycle Club Motorcycle awareness Recreational 1168
Matthew Petrocelli
Box 1455
618-650-3296
Muslim Student Association This organization seeks to bring about better understanding of Islam as a religion and disclaim any myths or misconceptions about Islam or Muslims. Cultural 1168
Stephen Tamari
Box 1454
618-650-3967
National Art Education Association Provides future art educators with networking, social and professional development opportunities including attendance at local and national conferences.  Open to all majors. Facebook Page Professional 1774
Justin Sutters
Box 1774
618-650-3876
National Association for Music Education-- Collegiate of SIUE Invite music educators to further pursue their career. Professional 1168
John Bell
Box 1771
618-650-2015
National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) The purpose of NCPA student chapter is to provide a forum for pharmacy students to learn about the many career opportunities available in independent pharmacy practice. Professional 2000
Walter Siganga
Box 2000
618-650-5135
National Pan-Hellenic Council The governing body of the historically African-American fraternities and sororities. Plans events. Open to all students. Greek 1168
John Davenport
Box 1168
618-650-2686
National Residence Hall Honorary Red Storm Chapter of SIUE To provide recognition for those individuals living on campus who have given outstanding service & leadership to University Housing. Honorary 1168
Vicky Dean
Box 1255
618-650-5296
National Science Teachers Association Student Chapter (NSTA) Promotes the mission of NSTA, acquaints teacher candidates with the support resources available form NSTA and with others in the field of education at SIUE, and provides additional professional development in science education to teacher candidates. Professional 1168
Jessica Krim
Box 1122
618-650-3082
National Society of Black Engineers Promotes Black and other ethnic minority participation in the field of engineering. Must major in engineering. Professional 1168
Robert LeAnder
Box 1801
618-650-2554
National Society of Collegiate Scholars To recognize high achievement among first and second year students in all academic disciplines and to organize and encourage learning opportunities through community service. Honorary 1168
Tara Thornton
Box 1772
618-650-3012
National Society of Leadership and Success To create a support group that will help college students achieve their goals, for the purpose of creating lives college students desire, helping students discover what they truly want to do, and to give them the tools needed to achieve. Honorary 1168
Min Liu
Box 1641
618-650-3097
National Student Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Purpose is for closer affiliation with professionals in the discipline of human communication sciences and disorders. Open to all students. Professional 1147
Steffany Chleboun
Box 1147
618-650-3677
New Horizons Purpose is to make the university experience for students with disabilities easier and more accessible. Open to all students. Special Interest 1611
Jim Boyle
Box 1611
618-650-2568
Omega Psi Phi To unite college men of similar high ideals of scholarship and manhood. Must have a 2.7 GPA. Greek 1168
Mike Jones
Box 1641
618-650-3759
One Mic Poetry The purpose of One Mic Poetry is to enrich the lives of all men and women through the vessel of spoken word. Special Interest 1168
Howard Rambsy
Box 1431
618-650-2326
Order of Omega, The Recognize those students who have attained high academic standards, bring together the most representative fraternity and sorority members, and bring together members of the university community. Greek 1168
John Davenport
Box 1168
618-650-2686
Organization of Minority Business Students Promotes professional development, leadership, and growth of minority business students. Open to all students. Professional 1168
Robyn Berkley
Box 1100
618-650-2735
Organizational Communication Student Association Provide access and resources in the field of organizational communication. Academic 1168
Zach Schaefer
Box 1772
618-650-3084
Outdoor Adventure Club Purpose is to accomodate our outdoor member's interests in whatever outdoor activity they are passionate about Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Paintball Club This organization shall provide organized events in which members can safely play in recreational or competitive settings. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Panhellenic Council Governing body for the 4 National Panhellenic Council Greek sororities. Administers recruitment and educational programs for women. Open to all students. Academic 1168
John Davenport
Box 1168
618-650-2686
Parks Guard To compete in exhibition rifle drill meets and perform colorguards at various sporting events. Special Interest 1048
Cathy Harmon
Box 1352
618-650-2500
Percussion Club of SIUE To reach those interested in percussion. Special Interest 1168
Daniel Smithiger
Box 1771
618-650-3913
Phi Alpha Theta Promotes the study of history between students, teachers, and writers of history. Honorary 1454
Bryan Jack
Box 1454
618-650-2414
Phi Kappa Phi Rewards undergraduate and graduate scholarships. Open to top 5% of juniors and seniors and graduate students. Honorary 1433
Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, purpose is to establish and maintain fellowship, character, scholarship, and high ideals and morals. Open to all. Greek 1168
Ben Schwarz
Box 1255
618-650-0579
Phi Lambda Sigma Recognize, encourage, and promote leadership in pharmacy. Honorary 1168
Keith Hecht
Box 2000
618-650-5953
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America, Inc. To encourage and actively promote the highest standards of creativity, performance, education, and research in music in America. Greek 1771
John Bell
Box 1771
618-650-3900
Phi Sigma Tau, Pi Chapter An international honor society in philosophy encouraging an interest in the discipline of philosphy. Honorary 1433
Saba Fatima
Box 1433
618-650-2175
Physics Club The purpose of this organization shall be to promote the science of physics across the campus community. Academic 1168
Edward Ackad
Box 1654
618-650-2392
Pi Delta Phi (French Honor Society) To recognize outstanding scholarship in French and to stimulate interest in French culture. Honorary 1168
Debbie Mann
Box 1432
618-650-2314
Pi Kappa Lambda Recognizes and encourages students who have achieved the highest levels of musical and academic scholarship. Honorary 1771
John Korak
Box 1771
618-650-5989
Pi Mu Epsilon Promotes scholarly activity in mathematics among SIUE students. Honorary 1653
Adam Weyhaupt
Box 1653
618-650-2220
Pi Sigma Alpha (Alpha Epsilon Upsilon Chapter) To advance understanding and interest in political science; to recognize exceptional academic achievement in political science; to promote civic engagement; and encourage a better understanding of the institutions, groups and individuals relevant to governmental decision-making. Honorary 1168
Carly Hayden Foster
Box 1453
618-650-2358
Pi Tau Sigma (Alpha Chi Chapter) Promote excellence in Mechanical Engineering. Honorary 1805
Majid Molki
Box 1805
618-650-2372
Political Science Club Promotes political awareness and involvement across campus. Open to all SIUE students in good standing. Academic 1453
Anne Flaherty
Box 1453
618-650-2286
Powerlifting Club Engage in powerlifting competitions, along with practices and meetings, and to involve all students in an organization in which they can have fun and meet new people. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Pre-Dental Association Purpose is to introduce pre-dental students to the field of dentistry and familiarize them with dental school. Open to all students. Academic 1168
Robert Dixon
Box 1652
618-650-3576
Pre-Law Association Promotes the principles, ideals, and precepts of the professional legal field. Open to all SIUE students interested in a career in la, with a minimum of a 2.5 GPA. Professional 1168
Ann Dirks-Lindhorst
Box 1455
618-650-3509
Pre-Optometry Association To inform, support, and prepare student whom are interested in the field of optometry. Academic 1168
Amanda Truong
Box 1654
618-650-2599
Pre-Pharmacy Association The association protects and advances the rights, interests, and welfare of students pursuing careers in pharmacy. Academic 1168
Connie Stamper
Carr
Box 2000
618-650-5159
Pre-Veterinary Association To pursue and gain knowledge about veterinary medicine. Academic 1168
Paul Brunkow
Box 1651
618-650-2976
Promoting Recruting Increasing Minority Educators (PRIME) Purpose is to promote, recruit, and increase minority education majors in the School of Education. Academic 1168
Anthony Denkyirah
Box 1147
618-650-2618
Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology To encourage, stimulate, and maintain scholarship with members in psychology.  Open to students with 12 hrs. of coursework and a major or minor in psychology. Honorary 1121
Mike Dudley
Box 1121
618-650-3659
Psychology Club The Psychology Club, as an academic society, declares their dedication to provide a more broad education to Southern Illinois University Edwardsville students about psychology as a subject, a career, a science, an educational tool, an interest, and a social movement. Academic 1168
Betsy Meinz
Box 1121
618-650-3284
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Provides an opportunity for public relations growth through peers and professionals in the field. Open to all students. Professional 1772
Stacey Howard
Box 1772
618-650-3361
Racquetball Club Aims to provide a competitive environment for members of the SIUE community to play racquetball.  It is also the goal of the club to promote the sport of racquetball among the members of the SIUE community. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Raise Your Voice Raise Your Voice works to promote civic engagement i.e. actions that educate people of the social, political, and economic issues. Special Interest 1168
Sarah Laux
Box 1168
618-650-2686
Recreation Sports Advisory Council Purpose is to assist Campus Recreation in evaluating and developing intramural and recreation sports groups and the rules governing those groups.  Open to all students. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Red Storm Provide an official fan base for SIUE sports and involve student body with athletes. Recreational 1168
Mason Glick
Box 1129
618-650-3695
Residence Housing Association RHA is a forum for the exchange of ideas between student leaders in Cougar Village Apartments, Bluff Hall, Prairie Hall, and Woodland Hall. Other 1168
Kyle Rice
Box 1254
618-650-4629
Rho Chi Society Pharmacy's academic honor society, encourages and recognizes excellence in intellectual achievement and fosters fellowship among it's memebers. The society encourages high standards of conduct and character, and advocates critical inquiry in all aspects of pharmacy. Honorary 1168
McKenzie Ferguson
Box 2000
618-650-3143
Roller Hockey Club To promote sportsmanship among students and allow the student body to participate in Roller Hockey and represent SIUE. There is a need for Roller Hockey to give members of SIUE the opportunity to participate in the sport of Roller Hockey. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Rotaract Club of SIUE Professional and leadership development. Professional 1168
Robin Kilpatrick
Box 1620
618-650-3708
Running and Jogging Club To promote and encourage running and jogging within the SIUE community Recreational 1168
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Sagarmatha The purpose of the Sagarmatha is to establish a good relationship between Nepalese and American students. Cultural 1168
Mark Hildebrandt
Box 1459
618-650-2765
School of Business ELITE Purpose is to serve as a liaison between students, faculty, alumni, and others affiliated with the School of Business. Academic 1168
John Navin
Box 1102
618-650-3423
Sigma Lambda Chi      
 
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity that develops and strengthens the character of its members and instills those principles which are the responsibilites of an individual as a member of society. Greek 1168
Joseph Pearson
Box 2305
618-650-2305
Sigma Pi Fraternity that promotes social and professional development. Must be 16 years old and of undergraduate status. Greek 1168
Ryan Downey
Box 1600
618-650-2679
Sigma Theta Tau      
 
Sigma Tau Gamma The purpose of this organization is to commit ourselves to the highest ideals of manhood, brotherhood and citizenship as set by the Principles of the Fraternity. Greek 1168
Leroy "Bill" Searcy
Box 1122
618-650-2373
Singer's Society Create an environment conducive to learning. Special Interest 1168
Marc Schapman
Box 1771
618-650-2034
Society for Human Resource Management Purpose is dedicated to the advancement of human energy management in organizational settings. Open to all students. Professional 1100
Robyn Berkley
Box 1100
618-650-2735
Society of Manufacturing Engineers at SIUE To organize manufacturing engineers. Professional 1805
Heungsoon Felix Lee
Box 1805
618-650-2805
Society of Women Engineers Promotes women in the field of engineering. Open to all undergraduates and graduates pursuing a career in engineering. Professional 1801
Gunes Ercal
Box 1656
618-650-3348
Sociology Club Promotes the field of sociology through social and educational activities. Open to all students. Academic 1455
Georgiann Davis
Box 1455
618-650-5696
Southern Star Dancers The Southern Star Dancers shall perform at all appropriate SIUE Intercollegiate Athletic events and shall represent SIUE as the official dance team. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Spanish Club of SIUE To extend the usage and learning of the Spanish language and culture outside the classroom and apply it to real-world situation, improving knowledge of content area. Academic 1168
Olga Bezhanova
Box 1432
618-650-2082
Student Art Therapy Association Promotes and awareness of art therapy.  Open to anyone enrolled in art therapy courses or courses in related fields. Professional 1764
Megan Robb
Box 1764
618-650-3198
Student Athlete Advisory Committee Support the mission of Intercollegiate Athletics at SIUE. Special Interest 1168
Kelly Traynor
Box 1129
618-650-5257
Student Chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers Promotes the profession of industrial engineering. Open to undergraduates and graduates pursuing engineering or related fields. Professional 1805
Heungsoon Felix LeeBox 1805
618-650-2805
Student Experimental Theater Organization SETO shall provide all Theatre and Dance majors and minors and all other interested parties with the opportunity to produce theatrical performances for their growth and experience. Academic 1777
Peter Cocuzza
Box 1777
618-650-5614
Student Government Student governing body of the SIUE community. Specific qualifications apply. Other 1160
Kelly Jo KarnesBox 1168618-650-2686
Student National Pharmaceutical Association To educate communities on better health practices and to increase their awareness and understanding of diseases, while developing the role of the minority healthcare professional. Professional 2000
LaKesha Butler
Box 2000
618-650-5131
Student Nurse Association Promotes the profession of nursing. Open to any student interested in nursing. Professional 1066
Jean LaFollette
Box 1066
618-650-3906
Angela Stutz
Box 1066
618-650-5196
Student Organization for Sustainability To better understand and promote sustainability. Special Interest 1168
Valerie Vogrin
Box 1438
618-650-2063
Student Program IEA-NEA Cultivate and empower future teachers by furthering their development throughout the higher education process. Professional 1127
Randy Smith
Box 1122
618-650-3434
Student Social Workers Association Furthers interests of social work within students. Open to any person interested. Professional 1168
Jayme Swanke
Box 1450
618-650-3509
Student Stage Combatant Organization To learn and promote safe stage combat methods. Special Interest 1777
Kim Bozark
Box 1777
618-650-2773
Students and Professors Exploring All Cultures In order to further the knowledge and appreciation of other cultures.  To further, whenever possible, the relations between American students and other cultures, and the representatives, official or unofficial, of these cultures.  To disseminate information conveying other languages and cultures to the members, to the university, and to the community at large. Academic 1168
Douglas Simms
Box 1432
618-650-2177
Students Assisting in Recruiting (STARS) Purpose is to train student volunteers to provide daily campus tours to prospective students and families. Must have 2.5 GPA. Other 1600
Ryan Downey
Box 1600
618-650-2679
Students for Justice in Palestine Support struggle for equal rights of all peoples of Historic Palestine. Special Interest 1168
Stephen Tamari
Box 1454
618-650-3967
Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) STAT will enhance the personal, academic and professional development of students of SIUE - past, present and future - through establishing and maintaining of mutually beneficial relationship with SIUE alumni. Special Interest 1031
Lisa Rimmert
Box 1031
618-650-2762
Table Tennis Club Create a fun and competitive table tennis environment. Recreational 1168
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Tae Kwon Do/Hapkido Club Purpose to train self-defense and other martial arts techniques. Open to all students. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242Te
Tau Beta Epsilon Engineering honor society. Honorary 1168
Ryan Krauss
Box 1805
618-650-5189
Turkish-American Students and Friends Association at SIUE This organization shall increase friendship and promote cultural exchange between American and Turkish students and local communities. Cultural 1168
Timucin Ozcan
Box 1100
618-650-2407
University Dance Organization (UDO) Purpose is to give members performance experience and to entertain the community as a whole.  Open to all students. Academic 1168
Kristin Best-Kinscherff
Box 1777
618-650-2733
US Institute for Theater Technology Assists students in obtaining internships and job employment in theatre. Must be in good academic standing. Professional 1770
James Wulfsong
Box 1777
618-650-3716
Veterans Student Association Special Interest 1168
Matthew Cerminn
Box 1352
618-650-2500
Web Radio Purpose is to enhance student life on campus, to help equip students for a future in radio. Must pass a "Board Test" and have 2.0 GPA. Special Interest 1773
Musonda Kapatamoyo
Box 1773
618-650-1775
Wildlife and Conservation Biology Club (WCB) To provide information and support for students with an interest in wild life and conservation related careers. Academic 1168
Richard Essner
Box 1657
618-650-2338
Women's Bowling Club This organization will compete in regional and national competitions, with the priority of being the best we can be with a desire to bring a national championship to SIUE. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Women's Club Soccer To provide an opportunity for female students to get involved in the game of soccer while meeting new people and getting exercise. Recreational 1157
Keith Becherer
Box 1157
618-650-3242
Women's Club Volleyball Purpose is to engage female students in volleyball games and practices. Open to any female student. Recreational 1157
Keith BechererBox 1157618-650-3242
Woodland Area Council Woodland Area Council shall provide a forum for student concerns within Woodland Hall as well as to serve as a programming board. Other 1254
Jamie Matthews
Box 1254
618-650-4626
Youth for International Socialism The purpose of this organization will be to struggle against war, imperialism and national oppression, inequality, racism, unemployment, sexism, homophobia, ignorance and intolerance, hunger, and oppression, i.e. capitalism, and to argue for the formation of a mass party of labor in the US, as an alternative to the Democrats and the Republicans. Special Interest 1168

Stephen Tamari
Box 1454
618-650-3967

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority that promotes scholarships, community services, and volunteer work. Must be an undergraduate, with 24 credit hours Greek 1168

Florence Maatita
Box 1455
618-650-3287