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Accounting and Finance Association

To promote the fields of accounting and finance.

President
Brecka Livingston, 719-342-2731, bklivingston1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Karen Cooley, 806-651-2512, kcooley@wtamu.edu


AD and PR Society (AAF)

An organization for all majors interested in advertising and public relations, to represent WT at regional and national competitions and to serve as a networking source for career opportunities.

President
Payton Maxfield, 817-296-8390, plmaxfield1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Lori Westermann, 806-651-2808, wtadprsociety@gmail.com


African Student Organization

To promote closer ties, unity and understanding among African students and Non-African students interested in Africa across national boundries, cultural, political and religious affiliations. To safeguard the interests of African students within the WTAMU enviroment. To contribute to the development of WTAMU and the Canyon/Amarillo Community. 

President
Stephen Tetteh, 806-335-6213, stetteh1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Dustin Hahn, 806-651-2797, dhahn@wtamu.edu


Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT)

To stimulate interest in the profession of agricultural communications of the collegiate, local, and international level.  To promote in the interchange of ideas among students and faculty members at WT.  To help provide studetns and faculty with insight to ad communications and what opportunities await them in this field.

President
Sarah Jo Miller, 806-983-9809, smiller3@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Tanner Robertson, 806-651-2591, trobertson@wtamu.edu


Alpha Phi Alpha

The purpose of APA Fraternity, Inc. is to develop leaders, promote brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities.

President
Lucell Hanson, 843-542-4381, lhansen1@wtamu.edu

Advisor
Tau Kadhi, 806-651-3452, tkadhi@wtamu.edu


Alpha Sigma Alpha

Develops women of poise and purpose throught the development of intellectual, physical, spiritual, and social aims as individuals and as a chapter.

President
Casandra Ruiz, 806-893-3156, cmruiz1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
 Nanna Fisher, 806-651-2340, nfisher@wtamu.edu


Alpha Tau Omega

The Texas Zeta Kappa Chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity was founded in 1959.On campus and off, the "Taus" embody the qualities of a true leader. ATO was the first nationally founded fraternity in 1865, as well as the first founded after the civil war to reunite men form the North and South. The Zeta Kappa chapter of ATΩ has a scholarship program provided by our Alumni that rewards those individuals who show success in the classroom and are also involved with ATΩ on campus. Alpha Tau Omega is America's Leadership Development Fraternity and is committed to excellence, success and a strong brotherhood that will last a lifetime.

President
Jake Morton, 940-357-9838, cjmorton1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Jim Rogers, 806-651-2581, jrogers@wtamu.edu


Amarillo Verismo Organization

To perform an opportunity for WT students to broaden their professional resumes. The major goals of the organization are to raise funds to contribute to performances, serve the community by providing free entertainment while educating the masses about all generes of music.

President
Blanca Trujillo, 915-346-2315, bvtrujillo1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Robert Hansen, 806-651-2843, rhansen@wtamu.edu


American Society of Civil Engineering Society (ASCE)

Provide essential value to our members and partners, advance civil engineering, and serve the public good.

President
Chris Enriquez, 806-418-3358, clenriquez2@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Kenneth Leitch, 806-651-3531, kleitch@mail.wtamu.edu


American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Our purpose is to serve the WTAMU engineering community, while providing fellowship and community involvement for our students.

Advisor
Matt Jackson, 806-651-2451, mjackson@wtamu.edu


Anime Club

President
Anista Johnson, 806-231-7031, rstatx@gmail.com

Advisor
Amy Von Lintel, 806-651-2794, wtanimeclub@yahoo.com


Applied Mathmatics and Physics Society (AMPS)

To provide students an opportunity to pursue professional interests in math, chemistry, and/or physics.

President
Allyson Stanton, 210-792-9011, adstanton1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Cathy Clewett, 806-651-2545, AMPS@wtamu.edu




B

Baptist Student Ministry

President
Gary Newell, 575-430-5900, gjnewell1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Buddy Young, 806-655-7705, wtamubsm@yahoo.com


Bilingual/ESL Education Student Organization

Our purpose is to increase student participation and understanding of teaching bilingual education or English as a Second Language (ESL).

President
Kaylee Chism, 806-690-7806, kjchism1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Elsa Diego-Medrano, 806-651-2612, emedrano@wtamu.edu


Black Mens Association

The purpose shall be to promote community service, scholarship, and unity among the African American men on campus with the focus on academics rather then just athletics.

President
Kenny Wooten, 806-410-5918, krwooten1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Tau Kadui, 806-651-3452, tkadhi@wtamu.edu


Black Women's Association

To provide opportunities for women of WTAMU to participae in community service, to grow as young women and as leaders on campus.

Advisor
Diane King, 806-651-2590, dking@wtamu.edu


Black Student Union

To aid the growth and development of West Texas A&M collegiate students through culturally, socially, and academically focused programming, to provide community service, campus involvement, and professional development opportunities, and to develop and promote unity within the minority community and itensify the black voice here at this university.


Block and Bridle

To provide an organization for any WT student interested in Animal Science.

President

Advisor
David Lust, 806-651-2551, dlust@wtamu.edu


Bowling Team

Advisor
Mark Scroggins, 651-2400, mscroggins@wtamu.edu


Buff Hall Council

Buff Hall was opened in the fall 2008 and is designed for junior and senior level students. Buff offers 4 bedroom "Super" suites. Buff Hall This state-of-the-art residence hall houses more than 175 juniors and seniors.

President
Ashley Addington, 806-787-7538

Advisor
Jesse Jones, jjones@mail.wtamu.edu


Buffs For Christ

Our purpose is to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, to bring Christian students into a closer relationship with God, and to create a loving, dynamic fellowship through Christ.

Advisor
Kent Mereness, wtbiblechair@gmail.com


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C.A.M.P.O.S.

We provide students the opportunity to learn leadership skills. CAMPOS is a community service based organization that focuses on projects on and off campus.

President
Mireya Jacuinde, 806-346-3589, mjacuinde1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Brenda Keith, 806-651-5310, bkeith@wtamu.edu


Campus Services

Our purpose is to welcome visitors to the campus, to communicate with prospective students, to give campus tours, and to assist in recruiting.

President
Alexandra Gruhlkey, 806-786-5571, agruhlkey@wtamu.edu

Advisor
Kyle Moore, 806-651-5288, kmoore@wtamu.edu


Catholic Student Association

We are a group where students can learn more about their faith, serve their community, and meet other students. We hold masses that are performed by Father Daniel Dreher: Sundays- 5:30 PM Wednesday-6:30 PM Thursday- 12:00 PM

President
Josh Backus, 806-655-4345, jgbackus@hotmail.com

Advisor
Dave Rausch, 806-651-2423, drausch@wtamu.edu


Centenial Hall Council

Governing body of Centennial Hall.

President
Jordan Molnar, 806-340-8559, jemolnar1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Ronnie Hall, 806-651-3008, rhall@wtamu.edu


Chi Omega

Founded in 1895, Chi Omega is the largest women's fraternal organization in the world with over 290,000 initiates and 173 collegiate chapters. Chi Omega's national philanthropy is Make-A-Wish and their local philanthropy is The Eveline Rivers Christmas Project.

President
Whitley Gammil, 575-840-8747, wdgammil1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Connie McKee, 806-651-2415, cmckee@wtamu.edu


Christians United for Israel (CUFI)

The purpose of CUFI is to show Christian support for the State of Israel and provide a campus forum through which its members and every student can speak and act with one voice in support of the State of Israel. CUFI will seek to promote a fair and balanced framework to understand Israel and the Middle East. This will be done throught a proactive and positive message about Israel.

President
Guadalupe Acevedo, 512-635-4785, gacevedo1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Dr. Mulamba, 806-651-5256, omulamba@wtamu.edu


Chinese Student Organization

We are an organization designed to help Chinese students acclimate to the U.S. and WTAMU, celebrate Chinese traditions, and enhance friendships.

Advisor
Huabing Wang, 806-651-508, hwang@gmail.com


Circle K International

We are a collegiate service organization.

President
Dawn Stewart, 505-450-8481, dwstewart1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Carolina Jones, 806-651-2736, dcjones@mail.wtamu.edu


Club de Español

To practice speaking and listening skills in Spanish and to enhance knowledge of the Hispanic culture.

President
Miranda Parman, 806-656-1522, mjparman1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Andrew Reynolds, 806-651-2460, areynolds@wtamu.edu


Conner Hall Council

The purpose of Conner Hall Council is to give each individual resident a say in what happens in the dorm. This also includes having a voice on the WT campus.

Advisor
JD Thompson, 806-651-6150, jdthompson@mail.wtamu.edu


Cross Hall

Our purpose is to provide quality activities and awareness of campus activities for the residents of Cross Hall.

Advisor
 


Cycling Club

The goal of this organization is to organize recreational interest among the student body in road biking, mountain biking, and triathlon sports. Also, to create a team to compete in congerence and national events in each respective category.

Advisor
Matt Jackson, 806-651-2451, mjackson@wtamu.edu


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Delta Zeta

“The purpose of this sorority shall be to unite its members in the bonds of sincere and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action; objects worthy of the highest aim and purpose of associated effort. The purpose of this sorority shall be advanced through the National Convention, the National Council, and the college and alumnae chapters.”

President
Briana Harvell, 940-521-6547, bhharvell1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Elosia Brooks, 806-651-2327, ereyna@wtamu.edu


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Economics Club

Organization for the advancement of knowledge and appreciation for economics.

President
Covan Banner, 432-557-7716, clbanner1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Neil Meredith, 806-651-2493, nmeredith@wtamu.edu


Elite Students in Technology, Academia Research & Service Computing Corps

The purpose of this organization is to promote STEM fields in the community through K-12 outreach, create a lasting impact on the surrounding communities, develop ourselves as professional individuals, improve retention rates of STEM fields at the college level, by using a metorship program.

President
Stephen Enriquez, 806-292-1225, stephen.enriquez92@gmail.com

Advisor
H. Paul Haiduk, 806-651-2450, hhaiduk@wtamu.edu


Enactus

The West Texas A&M ENACTUS team is the premier business organization on campus. We are open to all majors and interested students can join throughout the year. Our main goal is to find a need and then create a project that can properly fill that need. The need can come from our local community or from an entirely different country.

President
Adriana Gallegos, 806-517-5700, adrianaegallegos@gmail.com

Advisor
Leigh Browning, 806-6518477, lbrowning@wtamu.edu


Environmental Science Society

To promote environmental awareness on the WTAMU campus and surrounding communities and to bring together environmental science students and related disciplines in academic and social interests.

President
Ethan Biemer, 806-367-1972, ecbiemer1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
William Rogers, 806-651-2581, jrogers@wtamu.edu


Eternal Flame

Our purpose is to produce a university photobook.

Advisor
Kim Bruce, 806-651-2817, kbruce@wtamu.edu


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Farm and Ranch Club

The Farm & Ranch Club promotes interest in agriculture and the environment. It provides education, social, & service activites for its members and the Division of Agriculture. The club is affiliated with the Student Activities Subdivision of the American Society of Agronomy which allows its members to participate in various national activities and contests.

President
Brandon Winters, 806-290-1247, bwwinters1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Brock Blaser, 806-651-2555, bblaser@wtamu.edu


Fellowship of Christian Athletes

The purpose of FCA is to be a supporting body of Christ to students, athletes, and coaches; learning to love, serve and share Him in everday life.

President 
Jacob Hancock, 806-679-7616, jlhancock2@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Rick Haasl, 806-290-8844, rhaasl@wtamu.edu


Fine Arts Club

To promote fine arts at WTAMU and the greater panhandle area, and to expand the knowledge of fine art and to encourage and support our member artists.

Advisor
Chad Holliday, 806-651-2864, cholliday@wtamu.edu


Finishers

To encourage members and to offer support for members to complete their goals, including but not limited to, college graduation.

President
Christy Schroeder, 806-477-9493, crschroeder1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Alice Upshaw, 806-651-2511, auupshaw@wtamu.edu


Founders Hall Council

Governing body of Founders Hall.

President
Laci Sciacca, 806-626-9794, lcsciacca1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
jcdaugherty2@buffs.wtamu.edu


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Gamma Beta Phi

To provide an honor and service organization for students committed to excellence in education, to good charcter, and to service.

Advisor
Pamela Lockwood, 806-651-2536, plockwood@wtamu.edu


Geology Society

President
Jason Hafliger, 806-626-3112, hdgafkuger1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Joe Cepeda, 806-651-2584, jcepeda@mail.wtamu.edu


 Guenther Hall Council

Our purpose is to give Guenther Hall residents a voice on campus.

President
Austreberto Loya, 806-930-6340, aloya1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Darron Darthard, 806-319-0809, dddarthard1@buffs.wtamu.edu


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Herdsmen

To engage itself in the active promotion to the university in the area of school spirit, public image, leadership, and service, and to provide and care for the buffalo, "Thunder", which is the West Texas A&M University mascot.

President
Justin Souders, 719-688-4229, jlsouders1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Shawn Burns, 806-341-1402, sburns@wtamu.edu


Herdsmen Hearts

To engage itself in the active promotion to the university in the area of school spirit, public image, leadership, and service.

President
Jordan Gilmore, 806-470-2320, jrgilmore1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Shawn Burns, 806-651-2304, sburns@wtamu.edu


Hispanic Student Association

Our purpose is to promote Hispanic awareness throughout the community at large.

President
Maria Mendoza, 806-420-2706, mlmendoza1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Juan Gallardo, 806-651-5354, jgallardo@wtamu.edu


History Club, WTAMU

To foster unity within the community of the history department, creativity within a scholastic community, and conviviality within student relationships.

Advisor
Timothy Bowman, 682-365-8747, tbowman@wtamu.edu


Horsemen's Association

Sister organization to the Herdsmen. Join us and help promote WTAMU and our mascot, the buffalo Thunder XI! Organization meetings are held every Monday night (unless otherwise stated by the President) in the JBK at 7:30.

Advisor
John Pipkin, 806-651-2557, jpipkin@wtamu.edu


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Interfraternity Council

President
Steven Contreras, 505-854-0381, sscontreras1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Matt Maples, 806-651-2313, mmaples@mail.wtamu.edu


International Student Board

To improve experiences of international students at West Texas A&M University and increase the international student population.

Advisor
Matt Maples, 806-651-2313, mmaples@mail.wtamu.edu


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Jarrett Hall Council

We are the governing body for Jarrett Hall. We meet every other Wednesday at 10 pm in the main lobby to discuss things that are happening in our building, events going on around campus, and upcoming RA programs. We also host programs and events for our hall.

President
Jonathan Davis, 281-731-0696, jdavis1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Blake Gieseking, 806-651-6500, begieseking@wtamu.edu


K

Kappa Alpha

President
Garett Hottle, 210-363-1462,gkhottle1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor

Bill Ambrose, 806-651-2533, bambrose@wtamu.edu


Kappa Delta Chi

Our purpose is to promote the traditional values of unity, honesty, integrity and leadership of its members. An organization dedicated to services for the University and the minority community with special emphasis on the Hispanic population, a servitude based on love and friendship.

President
Iris Flores, 469-774-9642, iaflores1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Victoria Salas, 806-651-5295, vsalas@wtamu.edu


Kappa Delta Pi

International Honor Society in Education, Iota Theta Chapter at West Texas A&M University.

President
 

Advisor
Janet Hindman, 651-2615, jhindman@wtamu.edu


Kappa Kappa Psi

Fraternal organization that promotes the advancement of college and university bands through dedicated service and support to bands, comprehensive education, leadership opportunities and recognition for the benefit of its members and society.

President
Crystal Chapa, 432-661-8371, cmchapa2@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Don Lefevre, 806-651-2855, dlefevre@wtamu.edu


Korean Student Association

Our purpose is to brighten students' lives and encourage community among Korean students.

President
Sehyun Ahn, 806-282-0369, sahn1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Sang Hwang, 806-651-2617, shwang@wtamu.edu


KWTS 91.1 FM

Operates student-run radio station for WTAMU. Participate in community services and promotes West Texas A&M University.

Advisor
Randy Ray, 806-651-2807, rray@wtamu.edu


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Lady Buff Softball Club

To develop the personal skills that each student athlete will use to be positive role models of the organization, and also represent the University in a positive manner; to promote the organization and fastpitch softball on campus, within the community.

Advisor
Christina Helland, 806_ 651-4426, chelland@wtamu.edu


Lambda Pi Eta

The name Lambda Pi Eta represents what Aristotle described in his Rhetoric as the three modes of persuasion: Logos (meaning logic), Pathos (relating to emotion), and Ethos (defined as character credibility and ethics).

President
Madison Mangum, 214-500-7781,memangum1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Trudy Hanson, 806-651-2800, thanson@wtamu.edu


 

League of Legends

The purpose of this club shall be to play League of Legends, but more importantly to represent WT in tournaments such as the Collegiate Star League and the Ivy League of Legends.

President
 

Advisor
Andrew White, 806-651-7910, awhite@wtamu.edu


Leadership Board

Group designed to facilitate the sharing and learning of leadership skills on campus.

President
Caleb Hubbard, 940-733-6208, cghubbard1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Matt Maples, 651-2313, mmaples@wtamu.edu


Legacy, The

WTAMU's creative arts journal, featuring poetry, prose and art suitable for print media.

Advisor
Pat Tyrer, 806-651-2476, ptyere@wtamu.edu


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Maroon Platoon

WTAMU Spirit organization, bleeding Maroon!

President
Myles Smith, 806-224-9265, mssmith2@wtamu.edu

Advisor
Amanda Workman, 806-651-4443, aworkman@wtamu.edu


Mortar Board

Honor society that recognizes college seniors for excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership and service.

Advisor
Dr. Elizabeth Clark, 806-651-2422, eclark@wtamu.edu


Mu Phi Epsilon

Co-ed professional music fraternity.

Advisor
Grace Ladehoff, 806-654-0686, gesangal@gmail.com


Music Therapy Club

Our purpose is to provide support for Music Therapy majors through involvement with other students and professionals in Texas and the United States.

Advisor
Edward Kahler, 806-651-2776, ekahler@wtamu.edu


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NAACP

An organization founded on harboring leaders. With our presence on campus we wish to inform, educate, as well as create community with all races.

Advisor
Anad Commissiong, 806-651-2471, acommissiong@wtamu.edu


National Broadcasting Society

NBS is a professional organization designed to give students opportunities to network, compete in competitions and serve the community. The National Broadcasting Society goes beyond the classroom to prepare college students and entry-level professionals.

Advisor
Emily Kinsky, 806-651-2412, ekinsky@wtamu.edu


National Society for Leadership and Success

Helping students become effective leaders and succ

President
Kirby Capps, 918-815-2074, kjcapps1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Matt Maples, 806-651-2392, mmaples@wtamu.edu


NSSLHA

A pre-professional organization that helps students stay current on progression in their study of communication sciences and disorders.

Advisor
Brenda Cross, 806-651-5109, bcross@wtamu.edu


Navigators

Our goal is to provide students at WTAMU with Christian instruction and activities. Our vision is to equip and encourage college students to walk with Jesus for the rest of their lives and help others do the same. Our mission is to know Christ and to make Him known.

Advisor
Karen Cooley, 806-651-2512, kcooley@mail.wtamu.edu


North

North is a ministry of Trinity Fellowship Church that exists to aggressively reach and thoroughly transform college students in the Amarillo/Canyon area.

President
Gunnar Widowski, 806-355-8455, gawidowski1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Ronnie Hall, 806-651-3008, rhall@wtamu.edu


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Nursing Student Association

Our goal is to provide programs of professional interest and aid in the development of nursing students.

President
Mandi Vaden, 972-743-7583, mnvaden1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Laura Waight, 806-220-8690, lwaight@wtamu.edu


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Omega Delta Phi

The purpose of this brotherhood, a service/social Fraternity, is dedicated to the needs and concerns of the community, to promote and maintain the traditional values of unity, honesty, integrity and leadership. Also to promote a diverse fraternal experience which coincides with a higher education.

Advisor
Gilbert Antunez, 806-651-2908, gantunez@wtamu.edu


Order of Omega

Our purpose is to recognize those fraternity men and sorority women who have attained a high standard of scholarship and leadership in interfraternity activities.

President
Ashlee Adams, 806-676-5978, ashleeadams101@gmail.com

Advisor
Matt Maples, 806-651-2313, mmaples@wtamu.edu


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Panhandle Storytelling Guild

The Panhandle Storytelling Guild is composed of students currently enrolled in a storytelling class or those who have previously taken a WTAMU storytelling class. Each spring the guild sponsors a storytelling festival.

Advisor
Trudy Hanson, 806-651-2800, thanson@wtamu.edu


Panhellenic

The governing body of National Panhellenic affiliated sororities.

Advisor
Matt Maples, 806-651-2313, mmaples@wtamu.edu


Phi Alpha Nu

To recognize and promote scholastic achievment among students and faculty involved in the undergraduate social work program at WTAMU.

Advisor
Cara Speer, 806-651-2588, ccspeer@gmail.wtamu.edu


Phi Alpha Theta

History Honors society.

Advisor
Timothy Bowman, 682-365-8747, tbowman@wtamu.edu


Phi Delta Theta

Dedicated to the principals of The Bond: Friendship, Sound Learning and Moral Rectitude.

President
Jaten Moore, 806-216-1313, jtmoore2@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Tim Bynum, 806-651-2069, tbynum@wtamu.edu


Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia

The object of this Fraternity shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the Alma Mater.

President
Alec Bennington, 806-652-3423, acbennington1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Robert Krause, 806-651-2821, rkrause@wtamu.edu


 P.O.E.M

Professional Organization of English Majors

Advisor
Jeff Doty, 806-651-2472, jdoty@wtamu.edu


Pre-Healthcare Club

The purpose of the Pre-Healthcare Club is to provide medical information to future healthcare providers and support students that are interested or may be interested in the field of medicine.

President
Amy Meredith, 806-231-4767, aameredith1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Dr. Carolyn Bouma, 806-651-2569, cbouma@wtamu.edu


Pre-Vet Club

Our goal is to help our members increase their chances of getting into a veterinary school, increase exposure to the various fields of veterinary medicine and to form a network for fellow members to get help wherever they need it.

President
Mayra Ramirez, 956-681-0885, maramirez1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
John Richeson, 806-651-2522, jricheson@wtamu.edu


Professional Student Designers

.psd is an organization that is for any student interested in Graphic Design here at WT. We exist to improve student's skills with design programs, as well, as provide a competitive and friendly atmosphere for designers.

Advisor
Marcus Melton, 615-497-2844, mmelton@wtamu.edu


Psi Chi National Honor Society

Advisor
Gary Byrd, 806-651-2589, gbyrd@wtamu.edu


Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is a professional club to bring students information within the professional field of Psychology. Not only do we explore areas in Research and Mental Health, we have a social and leadership aspects that help prepare you for your college career and entrance into the field as a professional, including school psychology.

President
Jana Bartholomew, 806-382-6575, jsbartholomew1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Kenneth Denton, 806-651-2608, kdenton@mail.wtamu.edu


PULSE (Peer Educators)

PULSE is a student organization that seeks to educate and support students in making healthy life-style decisions in regards to healthy living, stress, sex, alcohol and other drugs. The focus of PULSE is to provide fun, interactive and informative programs and services to students, as well as to the external community that will enhance both personal and academic skills providing them with the knowledge to make appropriate lifestyle management choices. PULSE is open to any student interested in becoming a resource to their fellow WTAMU students and community.

Advisor
Brackett Stephanie, 806-651-2391, sbrackett@wtamu.edu


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Reformed Fellowship

To outreach and form relationships with students in order to show the love of Christ.

President
Grant Allard, 209-535-2832, gwallard1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Matthew Oglesby, 806-651-2850, moglesby@wtamu.edu


RHA

The Residence Hall Association (RHA) is an organization that represents over 1700 students who live on campus. RHA is the governing and programming board for all 10 halls. This organization consists of the Executive Council, Representatives from each hall, Resident Assistants and Hall Council Presidents and Vice-Presidents. Input from all RHA members is utilized to develop campus-wide social events, respond to the issues and needs of on-campus students, and enhance the total residence hall living experience.

President
Kimberly Polleri, 806-656-1184, krpolleri1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Ronnie Hall, 806-651-3008, rhall@wtamu.edu


Rifle Club

To promote safety and proper respect for firearms in all their uses, while helping to build responsible sportsmen, hunters, and competitive shooters.  We intend to show the real side of firearms while cultivating enthusiasm for the Second Amendment.

Advisor
Matthew Jackson, 806-651-2451, mjcakson@wtamu.edu


ROTERACT

To provide a opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and scoial needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framewrok of friendship and service.

Advisor
Bonnie Pendleton, 806-651-2554, bpendleton@wtamu.edu


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SAGE

This is the organization Where Service, Leadership, Friendship, and Fun Come Together! What is SAGE? S.A.G.E. (Students Assisting in Good Endeavors) is a community and university service organization comprised of student leaders.

President
P.J. Cullender, 806-323-2691, pjcullender1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Kyle Moore, 806-336-7986, kmoore@wtamu.edu


Saudi Students Association

The purpose of this organization is to promote WTAMU unity and spirit throughout the campus and community.

President
Fawaz Alharbi, 818-255-8812, falharbi1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Amjad Abdullab, 806-651-2444, aabdullab@wtamu.edu


Secular Student Alliance

Promotes skeptical inquiry and provides a community for atheists, agnostics, humanists, skeptics, naturalists and other free thinkers.

President
Mark Fierro, 940-475-1315, mafierro2@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Randy Combs, 806-651-2532, rcombs@wtamu.edu


Shirley Hall Council

Hall council is an open organization for all Shirley Hall residents. Residents are updated and informed about the upcoming campus events and get to vote on issues regarding Shirley Hall.

Advisor
Amy Harleson, 806-252-9918, aeharleson@hotmail.com


Sigma Gamma Upsilon

Advisor
Gerald Schultz, 806-651-2580, gschultz@wtamu.edu


Sigma Nu

Our purpose is to create lifelong bonds of brotherhood and friendships, while reinforcing ethical and moral values.

President
Joel Ruiz, 815-444-8300, jcruiz3@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Michael Reagan, 806-651-7800, mreagan@wtamu.edu


Social Work Club

Our purpose is to encourage community involvement, raise funds for scholarships, and to promote understanding of social work as a profession.

Advisor
Melody Loya, 806-651-2594, mloya@wtamu.edu


Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM)

To encourage the acquisition, growth, and continuation of our respective careers in Human Resource Management through expanded knowledge, camaraderie, respect and mutual support among chapter memebrs ans through our affiliation with national, sponsoring and other student chapters.

Advisor
Meagan Brock, 806-651-2503, mbrock@mail.wtamu.edu


Spectrum

Spectrum's purpose is to foster diversity and equality across campus and community, and to raise awareness while fighting misinformation concerning gender and sexual orientation issues, through education.

President
Alannah King, arking1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor

Kristina Drumheller, 806-651-2816, kdrumheller@wtamu.edu


Speech Team

We have students that compete in Dramatic Interpretation, Prose Interpretation, Imromptu Speaking, Informative speaking, Duo Interpretation, Extemporaneous Speaking, Persuasive Speaking, Programmed Oral Interpretation, Communication Analysis, Poetry Interpretation, After Dinner Speaking, Parlimentary Debate. We compete nationally at the American Forensic Association where we are nationally ranked.

President
Michael Barker, 806-773-6758, rmbarker2@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Connie McKee, 806-651-2415, cmckee@wtamu.edu


Sports and Exercise Sciences Association

To provide its members with information and experiences relative to the exercise science and wellness fields.

Advisor
Matthew Kuennen, 806-651-2378, mkuennen@wtamu.edu


Stafford Hall Council

Our purpose is to provide quality activities and awareness of campus activities for the residents of Stafford Hall. Attend one of our Hall Council meetings to provide input for the hall, meet fellow Stafford residents, and learn about upcoming RA programs.

Advisor
Adela Solis, 806-651-7431, asolis2@buffs.wtamu.edu


Student Alumni Board

We serve as a liaison between the WTAMU Alumni Association and the current student body.

Advisor
Becky Stogner, 806-651-2317, bstogner@wtamu.edu


Student Government Association

Evaluates issues that affect the student body and works closely with faculty and staff to ensure an academically challenging University, while providing many opportunities for fun.

President
Edward Akinyemi, 214-779-7163,oaakinyemi1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Chance Haugen, 806-651-2394, chaugen@wtamu.edu


Student Interfaith Dialogue

The purpose of this organization is to promote interfaith exploration, connection, and dialogue on the West Texas A&M campus and community.

President
Madison Mangum, 214-500-7781, memangum1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Sarah Vartabedian, 806-651-2795, svartabedian@wtamu.edu


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Tau Beta Sigma

We provide exceptional service to collegiate bands and promote equality and diversity, including empowering women in the band profession. We cultivate leadership, educational achievement, music appreciation and community development.

Advisor
Mark Bartley, 806-651-2830, mbartley@wtamu.edu


Technology Club

The WT Tech Club is not just for CIDM majors. If you love playing games, building computers, or even just need a place to hang out on campus, this could be the club for you. Come and see our PUBLIC GAME ROOM, Room 209 in the classroom center.

Advisor
Dr. Jeff Babb, 806-651-2440, jbabb@wtamu.edu


Tennis Club

To provide recreational and competitive tennis activity for students at the University.

President
Michael Johnson, 817-343-1527, mmjohnson2@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Vanessa Fiaud, 806-651-2677, vfiaud@wtamu.edu


The Prairie

The Prairie aims to voice students opinions. Completely student produced, the student newspaper focuses on informing, educating and entertaining its readers. The Prairie is a weekly newspaper that comes out every Thursday.

Advisor

Dr. Butler Cain, 806-651-2414, bcain@wtamu.edu


The Wesley Foundation

A powerful, outwardly focused community striving to make Christ known at WT.

President
Katy Spruiell, 840-867-1054, klspruiell1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Bryan Glenn, 806-651-2105, bglenn@wtamu.edu


Transfer Organization for Student Success

President
Candance Copelin, 806-454-0222, clcopelin1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Brandy Carr, 806-651-5374, bcarr@wtamu.edu


Tri Beta-Delta Xi Chapter

To function as an honor and professional society for students of the biological sciences.

Advisor
Dr. Julie Lockman, 806-651-2574, jlockman@mail.wtamu.edu


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Unconventional Activist Alliance

To collaborate a group of enthused and self-driven individuals to have a common ground and sanctuary to expand, broaden, and progress ideas into action by well-meant creativity, shared entertainment, and communtiy particpation on and off campus, and create an environment for self-expansion.

Advisor
Anad Commisiong, 806-651-2471, acommisiong@wtamu.edu


United States Institute for Theatre Technology

USITT shall encourage the performing arts as a right rather than a privilege for all the people of Texas especially stimulate the finding of performing talent, the training of performing artists, and excellence in technical theatre.

President
Sandra Lopez, 210-273-7808, selopez1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
John Landon, 806-651-2815, jlandon@wtamu.edu


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Veteran's Network

Our purpose is to serve as a cooperative resource for veteran students and those receiving veteran benefits.

President
Laura Schulze, 806-206-9695, leschulze1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Shawna Kennedy-Withar, 806-651-2227, swithar@wtamu.edu


Vietnamese Student Association

Vietnamese Student’s Association at West Texas A&M University is known as an organization of Vietnamese Students who are studying in West Texas A&M University. It was found in June, 7 2011 after a meeting with 20 members.

President
Jenny Naoc Mai, 806-683-6282, MinhNgoc5102000@yahoo,com

Advisor
LaVelle Mills, 806-651-3866, lmills@mail.wtamu.edu

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WTAMU Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society

Informs interested students, faculty, staff and community members about wildlife and related issues.

President
Emma Browning, 806-576-7154, mgcancellare1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Richard Kazmaier, 806-651-5278, rkazmaier@wtamu.edu


WT Democrats

President
Thomas Edwards, 806-683-5626, t.h.edwards91@gmail.com

Advisor
Anne Medlock, 806-651-3254, amedlock@wtamu.edu


WTAMU Trap and Skeet Club

 


WTTV-Live Crew

To provide the best and most efficient quality product and service for all WTAMU home football games and other live events.

Advisor
Randy Ray, 806-651-2807, rray@wtamu.edu


WT Wine to Water

To aid the nonprofit organization Wine To Water (WTW) in their mission to raise awareness and provide clean water to people in need around the world.

President
Alfredo Rosendo, 806-330-2251, jarosendo1@buffs.wtamu.edu

Advisor
Kendra Campbell, 806-651-2358, kcampbell@wtamu.edu


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Zeta Tau Alpha

The purpose of Zeta Tau Alpha is the intensifying of friendship, the fostering of a spirit of love, the creating of such sentiments, the performing of such deeds, and the moulding of such opinions as will be conducive to the building up of a purer and nobler womanhood in the world. We want make a difference in the lives of our members by developing the potential of each individual through innovative programming, which emphasizes leadership development, service to others, academic achievement and continued personal growth for women, with a commitment to friendship and the future based on the sisterhood, values and traditions of the past.

Advisor
Linda Elliott, 806-651-4904, lelliott@wtamu.edu