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    Registered Student Organizations

    Morehouse Men become leaders through a residential college experience that includes a campus community teeming with life. Meet and be challenged by people from around the world who come to study at the institutions that make up the Atlanta University Center Consortium—Morehouse College, the Morehouse School of Medicine, Clark Atlanta, and Spelman College.


    A Morehouse education gives equal emphasis on intellectualism, social responsibility, and manhood. Lectures, seminars, and conferences, along with a plethora of student organizations, social events, and athletic activities mean that life on campus is always exciting and engaging.

    The Men of Morehouse create community, explore hobbies and career interest, and develop leadership skills via 70 recognized student organizations (RSOs) and clubs, each adding to the brotherhood at Morehouse and supports our residential community.

    Below are the registered student organization categories, each has a hyperlink that takes you to the current listing of student organizations in that category, allowing you to learn more and to express interest in joining.

    ACADEMIC/PRE-PROFESSIONAL designed for Men of Morehouse interested in a particular career or academic field who want to establish networks and further develop their skills in that area
    ARTISTIC/CREATIVE  provide scholars the opportunity to join other creatives on campus to express themselves through the arts and other creative mediums
    CULTURAL provide support and foster community within the various cultures, races, religions, and orientations represented among the student body
    FRATERNAL social fraternities governed by national organizations, these academic and service-oriented groups work to foster the ideals of friendship and the development of character
    HONORARY local and national honor societies that provide service and/or leadership opportunities and recognition for students with academic honors

    provide volunteer opportunities for civic-minded students eager to serve the campus and/or community
    SPECIAL INTEREST  provide support to students through a variety of hobbies and interest areas

    encourage participation in and promotion of competitive club team sports

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    Dr. Benjamin E. Mays |