Student Organizations

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Millsaps College Student Organizations

Millsaps College offers many opportunities for co-curricular involvement. Millsaps College currently has more than 30 registered student organizations. Student organizations provide our students a way to develop exemplary leadership skills, make a difference, meet new people, try new things, and have fun outside of the classroom.

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Recognized Student Organizations

Academic

Art Club

Art Club is a club where Studio and Art History Majors/Minors/enthusiasts come together and discuss topics relating to art. We also have fun activity days where we get together and make art.

President: Ninette Hickey  |  Email: hickent@millsaps.edu

Classics Club

A group of like-minded individuals who have a passion for Antiquity. We gather to spread appreciation of the Classics to the campus, to present on topics in which we have a vested interest, and to partake in deep and enlightening conversation.
President: Rowdy Cosby  |  Email: cosbyrb@millsaps.edu

COMM and Film Club

COMM and Film club is a product of the Communications and Film Studies department.
President: Emily Hussey  |  Email: husseel@millsaps.edu

Millsaps Pathways to Success

Pathways to Success program is a student success initiative focused on the success of African American students at the college. With over 40% of the African American population in the program, we offer academic, social, and career support for students that have been flagged at risk upon enrolling.
President: Zaria Bonds  |  Email: bondszl@millsaps.edu

Mock Trial

Competitive academic organization
President: Pujan Patel   |  Email: patelps@millsaps.edu

Politics and Government Association

CThe Politics and Government Association of Millsaps College is an all inclusive club that works to bring together bipartisan speakers and groups to expand on the knowledge and awareness of the political and government happenings of the past, present, and future. This association often invites keynote speakers to address students, as well as covering debates, candidates, and result gatherings for high profile elections in the Jackson area and around the state and country.
President: Bubba White  |  Email: whiteje1@millsaps.edu

Psychology Club

A club for anyone interested in psychology.
President: Harli Sesser  |  Email: sessehm@millsaps.edu

 

Cultural

International Student Organization

ISO is dedicated to supporting and enhancing an inclusive global campus environment among international and American students. ISO serves as the umbrella student organization to provide advocacy, social activities, leadership opportunities and field trips for international students and those interested in global cultures. All international students automatically become members of ISO upon their admission to Millsaps, but all students who wish to learn more about global culture are welcome. ISO works closely with the Millsaps International Buddy System (MIBS), Student Body Association (SBA), International Perspectives Program (IPP) and BOBA (Bringing out the Best of Asia) to bring international and domestic students together to encourage cultural understanding.
President: Catherine Zhang  |  Email: zhangc@millsaps.edu

Millsaps International Buddy System

MIBS is an organization to help incoming international students accommodate to the US, Mississippi and Millsaps. We help them with day to day task and assist them with any help they may need (i.e transportation, class information or even sitting with them at lunch).
President: Shamia Hopper  |  Email: hoppest@millsaps.edu

Millsaps Masala

Hindu cultural association
President: Karam Rahat  |  Email: rahatk@millsaps.edu

Muslim Student Association

Represents the Muslim community on campus
President: Karam Rahat  |  Email: rahatk@millsaps.edu

 

Games and Athletics

The Majority

We represent the student section at all sporting events.
President: Shelby Marsh  |  Email: marshsa@millsaps.edu

Religious

Canterbury Club

We are the campus ministry group for the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi on campus at Millsaps.
President: TBD   |  Email: TBD

Catholic Student Association

The Catholic Student Association provides opportunities for students of all faiths, particularly the Catholic faith, to engage with Catholicism through on campus mass and other activities.
President: Elizabeth Hambuchen  |  Email: hambuer@millsaps.edu

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

A religious group that uses the platform of athletics as a connecting tool to create a Christian community among athletes and non-athletes on campus.
President: Drew Carter  |  Email: carteja@millsaps.edu

Healing on the Streets/Vineyard Outreach Ministries

We have a team of 4 - 6 prayer partners who come with 4 - 6 folding chairs offering prayer for all who request it. We invite them to sit (optional) and 2 - 3 team members (with one in the lead) will offer up a short and concise prayer according to specific request. We do not solicit anyone but are simply an available presence. If anyone should stop and ask, we hand out a short tract which explains who we are and what we offer.
President: Mark Propst  |  Email: stuarv@millsaps.edu

InterVarsity

InterVarsity is a Christian fellowship here on campus that partakes in bible study once every week. In addition, the organization partners with other InterVarsity groups from different campuses for worship nights, prayer walks and breakfast, and also retreats/conferences throughout the school year and summer!
President: Kasi Matthews  |  Email: matthkr@millsaps.edu

Jewish Cultural Organization

The Jewish Cultural Organization (JCO) is a student organization dedicated to celebrating Jewish culture at Millsaps. Jewish students and faculty, as well as those with a deep appreciation for Jewish culture, are brought together through our programming into a deep and meaningful community. From weekly Shabbat to seasonal holidays, JCO is a thriving religious organization where all are welcome.
President: Isabelle Dillard  |  Email: dillaic@millsaps.edu

Millsaps Christian Fellowship

We are a campus ministry seeking to teach the good news of the story of Jesus. We use weekly Bible studies and intentional one-on-one ministry to encourage students to love God, love their fellow students, and to love Millsaps College. We welcome all students--the broken, the lost, the found, the bored, the confused, and the healthy.
President: Emilie Davis  |  Email: davisem2@millsaps.edu

Progressive Christians

A relaxed, community focused group of students who loosely identify with the Christian tradition. We come together to discuss contemporary issues and our positioning in relation to these issues as a Christian presence in the world.
President: Isabelle Dillard  |  Email: dillaic@millsaps.edu

The Collective

The Collective is a Christian based organization that focuses on small group Bible studies led by Millsaps students. We hope to create an open environment for students from different backgrounds to grow together, while learning how to apply scripture to their everyday life.
President: Jessie Allen  |  Email: allenje@millsaps.edu

Wesley Connexion

Wesley Connexion provides a weekly devotion and Eucharist. It is not just for Methodist students, but anyone willing to participate. The meetings are held in Susanna Hall Tuesday's at 11:50 (dead period). Local Churches come and support Wesley.
President: Nathan Gatlin  |  Email: gatlinb@millsaps.edu

 

Special Interest

Enable America

Enable MS is a non-profit organization of young adults who volunteer their time in spreading the awareness of special needs around the community of Millsaps College, local community and surrounding areas. There are many educational and fundraising events held on or near our campus to positively inform all ages of our community the lives those who have or care for someone with special needs.
President: Hannah Hamrick  |  Email: hamriho@millsaps.edu

Plant Based @ Saps (P.B.S.)

We are an organization formed to give community to people who are vegans or vegetarians and are open to all who want to learn about the lifestyle. We advocate for animal rights and that all animals deserve to live a free life without human exploitation.
President: Bailey Smith  |  Email: smithbm2@millsaps.edu

SAACS

Club for students that are interested in Chemistry. We hold community service events at the local children's hospital as well as at Brown elementary. We also celebrate National Chemistry Week, in which we get a caf table and promote chemistry to other students.
President: Max Harrigill  |  Email: harrimf@millsaps.edu

Society for the Advancement of Electronic Culture

The Society for the Advancement of Electronic Culture is an organization that tries to appeal to those that are interested in learning and admiring the art and culture of the information era in which we live in. Basically we're a bunch of enthusiasts and fanatics of many things online and electronic.
President: Robert Rayburn  |  Email: rayburs@millsaps.edu

Honorary Societies

Alpha Epsilon Delta

President: Scottie Dennis  |  Email: dennisj@millsaps.edu

Alpha Psi Omega

Beta Beta Beta - Pre-Med

President: Daniel Adams  |  Email: adamsdg@millsaps.edu

Beta Alpha Psi

Eta Sigma Phi

FMA Honor Society

Kappa Delta Pi

Kappa Pi - Art

President: Maria Welch  |  Email: welchma@millsaps.edu

Mu Phi Epsilon

Nu Rho Psi

Order of Omega

Phi Alpha Theta

Phi Eta Sigma

Pi Delta Phi

Pi Mu Epsilon

Pi Sigma Alpha

President: Kendall Hardy  |  Email: hardyke@millsaps.edu

Psi Chi

>President: Carley Thaw  |  Email: thawcj@millsaps.edu

Sigma Delta Pi

Sigma Lambda

Sigma Tau Delta

Theta Kappa Alpha

Start a New Student Organization

Requirements

New Student Organization Charter Requirements

A group of five or more full-time students wishing to form an organization and seek official status from the college by obtaining a charter may do so, provided the following requirements are met:

1. The group does not duplicate an existing organization.

2. The purpose is to ensure continuity and stability of the organization.

3. The group does not organize under the sponsorship of an existing organization.

4. The organization must have an advisor who is a full-time faculty member or staff.

Steps to take:

1. Write a Constitution.

2. Find a Millsaps faculty or staff member to serve as your advisor.

a. You will need a “Letter of Support” from this person. This is just a way for our office to ensure that the Advisor is on the same page as the students, and know role they will play as advisor.

3. Complete the New Student Organization Application.

a. Be prepared to upload:

i. Constitution

ii. Advisor letter of support

4. Meet with the Campus Life Specialist upon completion of your materials. (Elyssa will contact you once New Student Organization Application has been submitted.)

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