A national honor society promoting academic excellence and exemplary character. The Missouri Kappa Chapter at HLGU is open to students in all disciplines who rank in the top 10% of the junior and senior classes and who meet certain other requirements.
Alpha Tau Beta
Open to all HLGU students interested in visual art. Its purpose is to help members gain greater insight about various art forms, to sponsor art-related service projects on campus and in the community, to encourage the enlistment of students pursuing careers in art, and to support the development of the HLGU Art Department.
Association of Women Students
Open to all full-time female students. The organization provides programs which emphasize the young woman's awareness of self and her world.
Christian Ministry Vocations Fellowship (CMVF)
An organization for students preparing for Christian ministry vocations. They are required to attend monthly meetings and to participate in various ministry settings.
Collegiate Music Educators National Conference (CMENC)
A national organization for music education students and music majors.
Open to all students, Computer Club is organized to further the knowledge of computers; to help provide services for the campus; to build a respectable foundation for HLG's computer program; and to increase the number of computer majors.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
An interdenominational organization open to all students who share an interest in athletics, FCA is committed to the Lordship of Jesus Christ.
An organization designed to increase students' understanding and appreciation of history through films and other avenues. It provides students with an opportunity to discuss and refine their interest in history in a Christ-centered fellowship.
A current events discussion group open to all students.
A student organization that promotes the principles of, and encourages the active participation in the Democratic party. Membership is by application.
HLGU College Republicans
A student organization that promotes the principles of and encourages the active participation in the Republican party. Membership is by application.
International Student Organization
Designed to provide international students the opportunity to meet others who share similar and/or diverse backgrounds with the mutual goal of learning to adjust well in a new country. HLG’s International Student Organization seeks to encourage and promote understanding and appreciation of diverse culture on the HLGU campus and in the community.
Lambda Alpha Epsilon (LAE)
An organization whose purpose is to foster and promote professionalism, better understanding, and communication between agencies of criminal justice and institutions of higher education and to provide a unified voice for students of criminal justice in all matters of professional concern to them.
Naturea Investigatio Circulus (NIC)
An educational science organization, NIC is open to all students who are interested in biology or in any area of science. New advances in the scientific community are examined within a biblical worldview. See faculty sponsor for membership requirements.
Omicron Delta Kappa
Phi Beta Delta
A service organization for men. Its purpose is to set an example for other Christian men in doing good works for others; to strengthen and build ties of support and friendship among its members; and to obtain the aforementioned goals by performing duties and tasks for the community and the college.
Phi Beta Lambda (Future Business Leaders)
A national organization for all HLGU students who are enrolled in business, office, or business teacher education programs. Promoting a sense of civic and personal responsibility, this organization provides opportunities for HLGU students to develop competency in business and office occupations and in business teacher education.
Pi Gamam Mu
The international honor society for the social sciences. The Missouri Iota chapte rof Pi Gamma Mu, chartered in 2006, accepts juniors and seniors in the top third of their class with a B or higher average in the social sciences, defined as economics, geography, history, human services, political science, psychology and sociology.
Physical Education and Recreation League
Open to all physical education and recreation majors, the League is a service organization. Its purpose is to benefit the college and the community, and to provide opportunities for its members to have hands-on experience in their field.
Southern Baptist Church Music Conference (Student Chapter)
Open to all students interested in careers in church music. The purpose of this group is to promote church music in general; to inform students as to trends and issues that relate to church music; to assist the college in ministry and service; and to promote the work of Southern Baptists through cooperation with local, state, and national groups.
Student Government Association
Consists of an executive branch and a legislative branch made up of elected officers and representatives from each class. The purpose of this group is to serve as the official representative of the student body, to promote the welfare of the student body, and to maintain communication between the student body and the administration.
Student-Missouri State Teachers Association
For all education majors and other students enrolled in education classes at HLG. The purpose of the organization is to promote professional ideals and provide opportunities for personal growth.
Student Nurses Association
An association providing opportunity to address the needs of nursing students. Membership is open to nursing students.
Students for Life
A student pro-life organization. Its purpose is to promulgate the importance of the sanctity of life through education and prayer. The group offers a forum for students to openly express their opinions and share their concerns about pro-life matters.
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