Specialty Interest Groups and Service Groups

Hobbies, political concerns, human rights, community service--these are a few of the broad categories of special interests TU students pursue through organized events.  The Director for University and Community Services coordinates numerous community service opportunities and on-going projects, including tutoring and mission outreach. 

A number of groups on campus promote the cultural heritage and special interests of TU's diverse populations through a rich assortment of events/activities throughout the year.

  • Alpha Phi Omega (national service fraternity)
  • American Cancer Society (student chapter)
  • American Indian Cultural Society
  • Amnesty International
  • Angolan Student Association
  • Asian American Student Association
  • Association of Black Collegians (ABC)
  • Association of International Students
  • Association of Unmanned Vehicular Systems
  • Big Brothers and Big Sisters (TU chapter)
  • Center for Global Eduation International Leadership
  • Chinese Student Association
  • CHOICES Team (healthy living peer education)
  • College Republicans
  • Earth Matters
  • Ethnic Minorities in Psychology (EMIP)
  • Film Appreciation Society
  • German Club
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Indian Students Association
  • International Relations Club (Model U.N.)
  • International Service Learning (ISL)
  • International Student Outreach (ISO)
  • Japanese Student Association
  • Korean Student Association
  • Lanbrew (computer and gaming)
  • Latin American & Hispanic Student Assocation (LAHSA)
  • Le Groupe Francis (French Club)
  • Intercollegiate Oklahoma Legislature
  • Pride (Bisexual, Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and Ally organization)

See also www.utulsa.edu/studentaffairs