Center for Diversity and Inclusion

Student Organizations

Unique Ensemble Gospel ChoirTruman State University is home to more than 230 student organizations ranging from academic honors societies to social fraternities and sororities. The Center for Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) works with and helps support identity-based student organizations and historically Black fraternities and sororities that are registered with Truman’s Union and Involvement Services. The members of these organizations work to promote culturally relevant education and academic support. Through student organizations, leaders have the opportunity to develop their leadership capacity, increase their cultural competence, enhance intercultural communication skills, and establish meaningful relationships.

Don’t see a group representing a particular identity? Check out the full list of student organizations or start a new student org! You can check with Union and Involvement Services or reference the Student Organization Guide below on how to start the process as well as any questions or clarification regarding polices, procedures, and general maintenance.

Identity-Based Organizations

There are several organizations on Truman State University’s campus that center identities. These organizations are open to all students who are interested in working to promote the celebration, acceptance, and awareness of diversity at Truman. These organizations include:

Fraternities and Sororities

In conjunction with the Center for Student Involvement, the Center for Diversity & Inclusion (CDI) supports Historically Black and Multicultural Greek Letter Organizations. Through service, leadership, and excellence these organizations provide students with an outlet for creative expression, camaraderie, and purpose.

Historically Black Greek Letter Organizations

The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) is composed of nine historically Black Greek letter organizations. Three are currently represented on Truman’s campus:

Fraternities:

Sororities: