The following is a list of student organizations that focus on the needs of MTSU ethnic minority students and alumni. Click on the name of the organization that interests you to be directed to more information. A complete list of MTSU student organizations is also available on MyMT.
Promotes Caribbean cultural awareness and knowledge amongst the members and the Middle Tennessee State University community. This shall be accomplished through social and cultural activities as well as Caribbean and other cultural interactions.
Provides help for Chinese students at MTSU and builds a connection between Chinese students and scholars. Helps incoming students learn the Murfreesboro area quickly. Organizes activities and Chinese festival events.
The Collegiate 100 is an organization that was founded under the direction of Dr. James E. Walker. Our mission is to nurture and enhance the growth, development, and opportunities of young black males of Middle Tennessee.
FUTURO is an organization that engages Latino college students in the process of professional development with four areas of focus: Professional development training, internships and career mentoring, professional networking, and community building.
What Does MGSA Offer? Provides a support system, serves as a networking organization
with professionals in your field of study, and provides a forum of discussion for
current issues. Encourages scholarly and professional performance.
MT Lambda is MTSU's premier "Queer-Straight Alliance" & "GSA". Founded in 1988, we
strive to provide a safe and secure place on campus for everyone with an emphasis
on the queer community.
A place for students whom are studying and/or are interested in the Japanese culture to meet, practice their language skills and just have fun.
Muslim Student Association (MSA) is an organization devoted to strengthening the Muslim
community through service and activism, and educating both Muslims and people of other
faiths about the religion of Islam.
Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organizers, leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice.
The MTSU NPHC is part of the MTSU Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The NPHC is made up of 9 organizations working together to serve and uplift the community. For more information, please visit www.mtsu.edu/fsl/nphc or contact Leslie Merritt, the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dedicated to teaching non-Saudis about Saudi culture.
Scholars Academy is an organization whose sole purpose is to improve graduation and retention rates for minority students.
SUASA is a student organization put in place to bring awareness on Africa and the
need of education in Africa. SUASA's main activities are book and school supply drive
and fundraisers. It also occasionally features cultural shows and academic lectures.