Clubs and Organizations at Averett University

Joining a Club or Organization on campus is a great way to get involved, find a group of students who are like-minded, and make an impact in your community. But, of course, they also look great on a resume!
The Student Involvement team hosts a Student Involvement Fair at the beginning of each semester for all active clubs and organizations to promote their mission and for new students to get involved.

Want to start your own club? It’s easy! Just submit this form through the Student Involvement office. All active clubs and organizations need at least five members (current Averett students), a faculty or staff advisor, and a mission or purpose statement.

Have questions? Contact [email protected] or call the Student Involvement office at 434-791-5628. Also, follow us on Instagram @averettstudentengagement to see upcoming events on campus.

2022-2023 Active Clubs and Organizations:

Student PresidentAdvisorMissions Statement
Leadership & Governance
Student Government Association (SGA)Morgan DearingCasey ScarceTo promote the general welfare of the students, encourage personal responsibility, loyalty, and a high sense of honor, and further the principles upon which our University was founded and continues to operate.
Cougar Activities Board (CAB)Maleek HendersonTo provide social, cultural, recreational, and education opportunities for students and the community through a yearly series of student-initiated and student-managed lectures, panel discussions, recreation activities, diversity programming, concerts, special events, fine arts, charitable drives, and health and wellness programs. 
Special Interest Groups
Commuter Student Association (CSA)Hannah WaltonCasey ScarceTo promote commuter student involvement, address the needs of commuter students, host programming, and be a voice for issues associated with commuter students at Averett. 
Student Nurse Association (SNA)Karen Oaks
Entrepreneurship ClubGino Harris
Sustainability ClubRemy VigourouxTo help improve sustainability on campus and lessen the school's environmental impact. 
Greek Organizations
Kappa Delta AlphaAllison SetliffApril Love-LovelessA local sorority exclusively at Averett. The purpose of Kappa Delta Alpha Sorority is to promote a strong sisterhood among Averett University females.
Omega Psi Phi Colony*Student EngagementTo bring about the union of college men of similar high ideals of scholarship and manhood to stimulate the attainment of ideas and ambitions of its members; occupy a progressive helpful, and constructive place in the political life of the community and nation; and foster the humanity, freedom, and dignity of the individual; and aid downtrodden humanity in its efforts to achieve higher economic and intellectual status.
Pi Kappa Phi Colony*Student EngagementTo create an uncommon and lifelong brotherhood that develops leaders and encourages service to others for the betterment of our communities
*Colony phase- needs to meet goals set by the national organization before chartering at university and membership initiation
Honor Societies
Kappa Delta PiNina HuffKDP inspires and equips future and new teachers to thrive.
Psi ChiHannah HeathTo encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
Arts, Music, & Drama
Averett Theatre PlayersAlyssa NelsonGiuseppe RitortoTo engage and entertain our fellow students of Averett University and the community through performing arts and community service.
AU BandJanet Phillips
Black Student Union (BSU)Fermin Borbua-WatsonTammy Jackson & Rodney CountrymanThe purpose of this organization is to encourage and uplift people that are in the black community and educate students. Black Student Union will also aid in the growth and development of the Averett University community through a series of culturally, socially, and academically focused programs and events through education relevant to the perspectives of the minority population.
Brother4BrotherVictor HernandezThe Brother4Brother program is a success-focused program in which young men learn to conduct themselves maturely, discover ways to engage themselves in the Averett community and beyond, and develop the skills and attitude required to be successful—both at Averett and in their chosen careers.
Sister4SisterTalia ProsperEncourage young women of Averett University to take a stand in their community, developing confidence in all aspects of life while uplifting one another side by side through adversity.
International Life Club (ILC)Fermin Borbua-WatsonTammy Jackson & Rodney CountrymanThe purpose of the International Life Club is to promote the well-being of international students and create understanding, knowledge interaction, and friendship among all students.
Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA)Faith BowlinAshley Bowman
Sports and Recreations
Blue CrewCaleb Harmon, & Ariyanna MasonTo gather students together for the main goal of supporting our student-athletes in a safe and fun environment.
Adventure ClubMaggie Brown & Casey Scarce
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)Madison MorinAriyanna MasonThe purpose and mission of this organization are to represent student-athletes and serve as the voice of the student-athlete body at Averett University.
Spiritual Life
Christian Student FellowshipStudent Engagement"Our mission is to love one another as God has loved us, thereby pointing people to Jesus. As Jesus said, 'This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you' (John 15:12)."