Student Organizations

The Office of Campus Life serves as the focal point for more than 65 registered student organizations on campus. This office gives you the opportunity to create clubs and organizations if your interest does not already exist. Student organizations build leadership within the groups and take part in various events throughout the year. For more information about registered student organizations, please contact the Office of Campus Life, Campus Union (CUB), Room 104, 575.562.2108.

 

 

Accounting/Financing Club

Contact: Konni Wallace
Phone: 575.562.2704
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Purpose: provide the advance study of accounting and promote a closer affiliation of a common interest.

AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) at ENMU

Contact: David Deal
Phone: 575.562.2162
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Purpose: further excellence in design as a broadly-defined discipline, strategic tool for business and cultural force.

Alpha Xi Psi

Contact: Linda Sumption
Phone:
575.562.2136
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Purpose:
promote English language and literature studies at Eastern New Mexico University and in Portales, to recognize outstanding achievements in these areas, and to fulfill agreement with the national chapter Sigma Tao Delta.

Alpha Sigma Lambda Omicron Alpha Chapter

Contact: Esthela Banuelos
Phone: 575.562.2286
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Purpose: provide for and recognition of academically outstanding students in continuing higher education.

Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society – Kappa Upsilon Chapter

Contact: Anne Beck and Janeice Scarbrough
Phone:
575.562.2476
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American Association of University Women ENMU Student Chapter

Contact: Patrice Caldwell
Phone: 575.562.2315
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Purpose: advance equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and research.

American Choral Directors Association

Contact: Dr. Jason Paulk
Phone: 575.562.2798
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Purpose: foster, promote and encourage choral singing in schools, colleges, churches and communities.

Brothers and Sisters United Organization

Contact: Ronald Williams
Phone: 575.562.2108
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Purpose: foster spiritual awareness of minority difference,dealing with gender and diversity in a higher educational setting; examine students' attitudes and qualities and explore stereotyping in general in order to uplift hopes for college and beyond.

Caduceus Health Society

Contact: Dr. Matt Barlow
Phone: 575.562.2543
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Purpose: dedicated to forming a community amongst allied health students on this campus. We work together to expand our knowledge in the various health professions pursued by each member.

Circle K

Contact: Susan Cramp
Phone: 575.562.2338
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Purpose: holds the promise of today's college student becoming tomorrow's leader, to meet the personal needs of the individual through qualities of leadership, rewards of service, and the unique spirit of friendship.

Collegiate Future Farmers of America (Collegiate FFA)

Contact: Dr. Marshall Swafford
Phone: 575.562.2526
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Purpose: promote spirit and good fellowship, provide training and leadership through activities of the FFA, and provide agricultural education. The ENMU chapter of Collegiate FFA cooperates with the state and national organization in promoting the activities, purposes and ideals of the FFA.

CSI (Counseling Student Initiative), ENMU-Portales

Contact: Dr. ShinHwa Lee
Phone: 575.562.2942
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Purpose: develop leadership skills as well as awareness of social responsibilities to encourage students to participate in public affairs.

Delta Mu Delta – Gamma Omega Chapter Business Honor Society

Contact: Corey Cole
Phone: 575.562.2361
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Purpose: recognizes and encourages academic excellence of students.

Desperate Optimists: the ENMU English Club

Contact: Opal Greer
Phone: 575.562.2171
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Purpose: nurture the interest of reading and writing literature in the community, provide a creative outlet for aspiring writers at Eastern New Mexico University, and hold one fundraising event each academic semester. This organization shall provide students with a positive environment in which to share their own work and shall be an opportunity to create encouraging friendships.

Eastern Animation Shorts Team (E.A.S.T.)

Contact: Greg Erf
Phone: 575.562.2652
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Purpose: inform our members about the state of the art in the animation and digital arts, and provide the opportunity to network with other professionals and discuss business practices. Events include: general monthly meetings, student screenings, art exhibits, guest speakers, Skype interviews with professionals and webinars.

Eastern New Mexico University ACM Student Chapter

Contact: Dr. Tom Brown
Phone: 575.562.2330
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Purpose: provide social and intellectual events for students from ENMU’s various computer and engineering majors. This nationally recognized chapter sponsors various students and groups seeking to advance their research and career opportunities.

ENMU Anime Club

Contact: David Deal
Phone: 575.562.2162
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Purpose: bring together a community of individuals who enjoy Japanese culture through Japanese Animation (also known more commonly as Anime) within the ENMU community.

ENMU Business Student Club (BSC)

Contact: Dr. Matthew Haney
Phone: 575.562.2816
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Purpose: create opportunities and broaden the horizon of students. This club strives to seek an enhancement of exposure to business practices and opportunities, this club and allows students to gain knowledge of local and international business.

ENMU Criminal Justice League

Contact: Andy Nazario
Phone: 575.562.2966
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Purpose: raise awareness about the political process, social justice and responsible citizenship; furthering career and personal opportunities, networking and debating public issues.

ENMU Family Consumer Science (FCS) Student Unit

Contact: Mark Landess
Phone: 575.562.2516
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Purpose: improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities, through activities and leadership opportunities. Focuses on the Family and Consumer Sciences mission. Members join NMAFCS and can attend state (NMAFCS) and national (AAFCS) conferences.

ENMU Film Club

Contact: Jon Barr
Phone: 575.562.2229
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Purpose: develop leadership and social skills, and have some fun to relieve the stresses of school through the enjoyment of film.

ENMU Pre-Law Club

Contact: Dr. Frederick Greene
Phone: 575.562.2033
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Purpose: Express purpose of promoting, encouraging and supporting students’ interest in attending law schools and/or pursing other legal careers.

ENMU Pre-Vet Club

Contact: Dr. D.L. Smith
Phone: 575.562.2363
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Purpose: support students interested in pursuing advanced studies in veterinary sciences. Activities include student tours to veterinary schools and community service.

ENMU Student Veteran's Organization

Contact: Dr. Rob Schneider
Phone: 575.562.2344
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Purpose: develop a community where military veterans will have the opportunity for academic and personal growth.

Environmental Science Club

Contact: Jim Constantopoulos
Phone: 575.562.2651
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Purpose: educate students, staff and faculty on environmental issues, improve environmental practices on campus and in the community, and sponsor environmental affairs and events.

Fish and Wildlife Club

Contact: Dr. Ivana Mali
Phone: 575.562.2723
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Purpose: promote the concept of scientifically managed wildlife and fisheries and encourage students in the profession of wildlife and fishery science.

Forensic Science Society

Contact: Dr. Kerriann Marden
Phone: 575.562.2463
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Purpose: obtain knowledge and career skills in regards to forensic sciences.

Friends of Trio (F.O.T.O.)

Contact: Reta Neal
Phone: 575.562.2455
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Purpose: guide and assist students in their academic studies and educational objectives, as well as provide opportunities for development in leadership, social relations and personal goals.

Hound Waves (ENMU Student Radio)

Contact: Lonzo Lassiter
Phone: 575.562.4045
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Purpose: provide an alternative source of music, talk, and community programming via our 24/7 online stream that listeners can't find on commercial radio. Open to current students as well as ENMU alumni, faculty and staff.

International Club

Contact: Diana Cordova
Phone: 575.562.4914
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Purpose: provide a platform for social interaction among international students and the ENMU student body, to act as a support group for international students and to contribute to the community by providing volunteer services.

Kappa Delta Pi

Contact: Dr. Wally Thompson
Phone: 575.562.2207
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Purpose: promote excellence in and recognition of outstanding contributions to education.

Kappa Kappa Psi

Contact: Dustin Seifert
Phone: 575.562.2377
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Purpose: The Beta Lambda Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi is an honorary organization dedicated to the ENMU bands through positive participation, exceptional service, effective leadership, and outstanding musicianship: with great passion and unswerving loyalty its members will ever strive for the highest.

Lambda Alpha-Beta Anthropology Honor Society

Contact: Dr. Kathy Gore
Phone: 575.562.2303
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Latter-day Saint Student Association

Contact: Heidi Greathouse
Phone: 575.562.2622
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Purpose: encourage and support members of the LDSSA in achieving their academic goals and maintaining a balanced life while on campus; influence for good through activities on campus and in the community.

Mu Alpha Nu Anthropology Club

Contact: Dr. Kathryn Putsavage
Phone: 575.562.2696
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Purpose: promote an active interest in the field of anthropology, especially the sub-field of archaeology, within the ENMU community and among the general public. Meeting times and events are posted in the Art and Athropology building (AA).

National Panhellenic Conference

Contact: Ronald Williams
Phone: 575.562.2108
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Purpose: promote and coordinate the interests of the women's fraternities that are a part of this council.

NSSLHA (National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association)

Contact: Dr. Adrienne Bratcher
Phone: 575.562.2823
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Purpose: encourage professional interest in the study of human communication sciences and disorders.

Outliers

Contact: Micki Muhlbauer
Phone: 575.562.2515
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Purpose: create a sense of community for the visual arts.

Phi Alpha Omericron Rho Social Work Honor Society

Contact: Melissa Hardin
Phone:
575.562.4211
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Purpose:
recognize and promote scholastic achievement among students and faculty involved in the undergraduate and graduate social work program at Eastern New Mexico University.

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia of America

Contact: Dr. Richard A Schwartz
Phone:
575.562.2471
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Purpose:
develop the best and truest fraternal spirt, the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in American and a loyalty to the alma mater.

Pre-Dental Society

Contact: Dr. Matt Barlow
Phone: 575.562.2543
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Purpose: prepare ENMU students interested in a career as a dentist; show them the proper steps to prepare for dentistry school.

Pregnancy Resource Center

Contact: Dr. ShinHwa Lee & Dr. Anna Hersey
Phone: 575.562.2942
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Purpose: help female students to continue both education and pregnancy.

Psyched In!

Contact: Dr. Leslie A. Gill
Phone: 575.562.2045
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Purpose: provide opportunities for the ENMU student community to learn about and participate in the field of psychology.

Safe Ride

Contact: Rey Coss
Phone: 575.562.2108
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Purpose: safely transport University students home if they are intoxicated, inebriated to the slightest degree or not able to drive safely; provide alcohol awareness and education to students as a preventive measure.

Spanish Club

Contact: Gloria M. Jurado
Phone: 575.562.2138
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Purpose: encourage participation and communication among students, faculty and administration; promote and increase interest in the Hispanic language, heritage and culture.

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

Contact: Bryan Principe and Darren Pollock
Phone: 575.562.2971
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Students for Equality – Gay Straight Alliance

Contact: Dr. Suzanne Balch-Lindsay
Phone: 575.562.2967
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Purpose: educate the community and promote tolerance and acceptance of all people, beliefs and choices.

St. Thomas More Newman University Catholic Center (TMNCC)

Contact: Dr. Steven Brust
Phone: 575.562.2509
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Purpose: enlighten students of the community through our Christian faith and provide support as they pursue their education.

VOICES

Contact: Dr. Kathie Good
Phone: 575.562.2603
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Purpose: provide a platform for communication among students, staff, faculty and administrators. At meetings, students have an opportunity to discuss current issues and concerns in education, plan activities and learn about volunteer opportunities. Members are involved in a variety of activities including organizing and staffing the CET Book Fair, raising funds for impoverished schools, and other programs. VOICES is open to graduate and undergraduate students interested in education, who working with children and reaching out to the community.

Wake

Contact: Dr. Donald C. Elder
Phone: 575.562.2601
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Purpose: introduce college students to Jesus Christ and call them to walk with Him for a lifetime through worship, Bible teaching and resources.

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