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Black Student Groups

Black Student Groups

Welcome to the Black Student Groups Page! 

UMD-BHM

Whether you are a freshman, transfer, or continuing student looking to join a new student organization, this page will give you insight into the groups related to Black student involvement at the University of Maryland. As the Graduate Coordinator for Black Student Involvement and Advocacy, I would like to welcome you to campus and urge you to explore the many student organizations available. We have a diverse list of student organizations, from political and cultural groups to social and special interest organizations.  I encourage you to take a few minutes to read through the descriptions of each student organization. 

This will be a great year for all of us, and I hope this page helps you start (or continue) your journey at the University of Maryland.

 

Academic/Honors Groups 
Advocacy/Political Groups
Cultural/Social Groups
Graduate Opportunities/Groups
Greek Affiliated Groups

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ACADEMIC/HONORS GROUPS 

THE ASSOCIATION OF MINORITY FUTURE EDUCATORS

Mission Statement:

The Association of Minority Future Educators will strive to provide a support network for minority students at the University of Maryland, College Park that are planning to pursue education professionally. By doing so, AMFE will promote diversity for future generations of educators by assisting UMDCP minority students throughout their undergraduate semesters. This will be achieved through providing opportunities for members to create networks, involve themselves with children/teachers around the area and to better themselves as educators through community service, socials, forums, etc. – while also encouraging future educators/members through engagement and inspiration.

Membership Info:

AMFE does not restrict membership or discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. (For definitions of “personal appearance” and “sexual orientation,” see the University’s Code of Human Relations (“Code.”)

Contact Information:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AssociationOfFutureMinorityEducators?fref=ts

Twitter: @amfe_umd

 


BLACK BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Black Business Association (BBA) is to provide channels of opportunity to undergraduate students interested in the field of business. Important goals of BBA include academically assisting students in their course of study, and providing guest speakers, advising, and internship opportunities to members. BBA also provides opportunities for fundraising and community service in the local area.

Membership Info:

Black Business Association does not restrict membership or discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. (For definitions of “personal appearance” and “sexual orientation,” see the University’s Code of Human Relations (“Code.”)

Contact Information:

Twitter: @BBATerp

Instagram: @bba.umd


BLACK COMMUNICATION SOCIETY

Mission Statement:

The purpose of the Black Communication Society is to develop a union of communication students of color dedicated to truth and excellence in all communication professions. The Black Communication Society shall provide an outlet for minority opinion, as well as provide a venue for professional enrichment in future communication endeavors. The Society recognizes the absence of Black students and faculty in the Department of Communication and shall serve as the channel for networking socially, academically and professionally on all levels in the field of communication.

Membership Info:

Membership in the Black Communication Society shall be open to all University of Maryland students in good academic standing. BCS does not restrict membership or discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. (For definitions of “personal appearance” and “sexual orientation,” see the University’s Code of Human Relations.) Membership is not limited to declared Communication majors.

Contact Information:

Website: http://umdbcs.wordpress.com

Twitter: @BCSTerps

Instagram: @bcsterps


BLACK ENGINEERS SOCIETY

Mission Statement:

BES's mission is to recruit, retain, and release qualified minority in the fields of engineering, computer science, mathematics, and physical science. This group is affiliated with the Center for Minorities in Science and Engineering National Society of Black Engineers. The mission of the national organization NSBE, National Society of Black Engineers, is to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.

Membership Info:

Must be a student enrolled at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Contact Information:

Website: https://umdbes.github.io

Twitter: @BES_UMCP

Instagram: @besumcp

NSBE Website: http://www.nsbe.org/


BLACK HONORS CAUCUS

Mission Statement:

The Black Honors Caucus aims to support and promote the unity and development of Black students within the University Honors Program.

Membership Info:

Members of the Black Honor Caucus shall be undergraduates at the University of Maryland in good

academic standing. Placement in Honors or any other University of Maryland sponsored program shall have no bearing on membership to organization.

The Black Honors Caucus is dedicated to the philosophy of equal opportunity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, personal appearance, age national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of the exercise of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

Contact Information:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackhonorscaucus/


BLACK PRE-LAW STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Mission Statement:

The Black Pre-Law Association at the University of Maryland is an organization that strives to create a supportive and encouraging community for Black pre-law students. The Black Pre-Law Association hopes to increase awareness of and access to resources within and outside of the campus community that will help students successfully prepare for and apply to law school, as well as develop their individual professionalism through networking and mentorship opportunities. Through education regarding the realities of the legal field, promotion of community service, and cultivation of a space to share resources and opportunities, the Black Pre-Law Association aims to foster an environment committed to holistically supporting students in their goal of becoming strong law school candidates and dedicated future legal professionals.

Contact Information:

Email: blackprelawumd@gmail.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bplaumd/?igshid=lcdof80u50s0


MARYLAND ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS

Mission Statement:

MABJ is the University of Maryland student chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists. Our primary goal is to foster and maintain an interest in journalism, but we also promote academic excellence and community involvement.

Membership Info:

The Maryland Association of Black Journalists is a group welcome to students of all majors, races and ethnic backgrounds and demographics. Students must be in good academic standing with the university.

Contact Information:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/mabjumd/with_replies?lang=en


MINORITY ASSOCIATION OF PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS (M.A.P.S)

Mission Statement:

The Multicultural Association of Psychology Students (MAPS) is a student organization aiming to build a community for the diverse student body of psychology students here at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Contact Information:

Email: maps.umd@gmail.com


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK ACCOUNTANTS (NABA)

Mission Statement:

The mission of NABA is to address the professional needs of its members and to build leaders that shape the future of the accounting and finance profession with an unfaltering commitment to inspire the same in their successors.

Contact Information:

Email: president.nabaumd@gmail.com

Website: https://www.nabaumd.com


STUDENT COMMUNITY FOR OUTREACH RETENTION AND EXCELLENCE (S.C.O.R.E.)

Mission Statement:

S.C.O.R.E. (Student Community for Outreach, Retention & Excellence) was established for the expressed purpose of recruiting, retaining, and supporting underrepresented minority students (African American, Latino/a, and Native American) who major in Computer, Math, Physical, and Life Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Contact Information:

Website: http://score.umd.edu


SOCIETY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES

Mission Statement:

The Society of African American Studies is the student-run organization associated with and supported by the department.  The Society provides community service in local schools, hosts on-campus programs and events, and annually has supported a local family through its "Adopt-a-Family" program.

Contact Information:

Phone: 301-405-1158

Email: lahsram9@umd.edu

 

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ADVOCACY/POLITICAL GROUPS 

AFRICAN STUDENTS PROGRESSIVE ACTION COMMITTEE (ASPAC)

Mission Statement: 

African Students Progressive Action Committee was established in order to find positive avenues and solutions to social, political, environmental, and health problems facing the continent of Africa. We strive to do what we can, all we can in order that our purpose - to improve the current conditions of Africa, be realized to its fullest extent.

Contact Information:

Instagram: @aspac_umd

Twitter: @ASPACUMD


NAACP

Mission Statement:

The purpose and aims of the University of Maryland College Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to improve the political, educational, social and economic status of minority groups; to eliminate racial prejudice; to keep the public aware of the adverse effects of racial discrimination; and to take all lawful action to secure its elimination, consistent with the efforts of the national organization and in conformity with the Articles of Incorporation of the Association, its Constitution and By-Laws and as directed by the National Board of Directors. In addition, its objectives are to inform students of the problems affecting Blacks and other minority groups; to advance the economic, educational, social and political status of Black people and other minority groups and their harmonious cooperation with other people; to stimulate an appreciation of the Black man’s contribution to civilization and to develop intelligent, militant, effective leadership. These objectives shall be pursued in accordance with the policies of the Association within the framework of University regulations.

General Body Meetings and Events :

Meets every other Tuesday of the month at 6:00pm in Nyumburu Cultural Center’s Multipurpose Room

Contact Information:

Email: NAACPUMCP@gmail.com

Instagram: @naacpumcp

Twitter @naacpumcp


STUDENT EMPOWERMENT PROJECT (STEP)

Mission Statement:

The Student Empowerment Project (STEP) is a student led networking and advocacy organization that is committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and professional success of its members and the larger Maryland campus community. It is the core belief of STEP that every student at the University of Maryland can and should achieve academically, and that it is every student’s individual responsibility to STEP UP to academic and social challenges presented by college life. STEP seeks to educate the Maryland campus community by partnering with several campus organizations such as the Black Student Union, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and several campus fraternities to co-sponsor academically driven programming. However, most importantly, STEP seeks raise the consciousness of its members by bringing student, faculty, administrative, and alumni leaders together to teach its members and any other Maryland student the secrets to their academic and professional success.

Contact Information:

Twitter: @UMDSTEP


THE VOICE: JUVENILE JUSTICE

Mission Statement:

The Voice strives to encourage personal growth and transformation in youth by providing a safe bridge between the detained youth and the larger community who is supporting their progress toward a more productive life.

Contact Information:

Twitter: @empowerthevoice

 

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CULTURAL/SOCIAL GROUPS 

AFRICAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION (ASA)

Mission Statement:

The mission of the African Student Association is to increase the awareness of diversity and multi-cultural aspects of Africa and the African people. The association will also strive to produce interaction between African Student Association members and campus students of different races, ethnicities and religions. We will hope to make this organization a meeting place and a tool of instruction and learning. A place where people from various fields of affluence and study will meet, discuss, and exchange ideas in the spirit of unity and humanity. The African Student Association will encourage all events that broaden the spheres of culture, society, education and community service.

General Body Meetings:

Wednesdays at 5pm at the Nyumburu Cultural Center Multipurpose Room

Contact Information:

Twitter: @UMCPASA

Instagram: @umcpasa

Email: umdasa@gmail.com


BLACK MALE INITIATIVE (BMI)

Mission Statement:

The Black Male Initiative (BMI) Program is dedicated to the establishment of brotherhood, scholarship, and retention of black males at the University of Maryland. BMI has a commitment to impact the campus and wider communities through collective activism and leadership that promotes the uplifting and empowerment of Black men.

One of the ideals within the leadership of BMI is that no leader can be truly effective if he is not well informed about the critical issues which affect his community. We make it a point to inform all of the members of BMI about those critical issues which affect so many of our communities, both on and off-campus.

Our leadership is in no way, shape, form, or fashion rooted in incessant discussions about the aforementioned issues. We candidly discuss issues and create productive solutions to them in which our members can actively work towards improving. Our leadership is geared towards activism which is rooted in strengthening and improving our communities!

Membership Info and General Body Meetings:

Please contact faculty advisors for membership information and meeting dates:

Dr. Ronald Zeigler- nyumbz@umd.edu

Mr. Solomon Comissiong- solomon@umd.edu

Websitehttp://solom80.wixsite.com/blackmaleinitiative


BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU)

Mission Statement:

The Black Student Union serves the purpose of organizing to represent the interests of the Black undergraduate students at UMCP. We are primarily an organization geared towards communicating the particular needs and concerns of Black Students to the administration and general university community, as well as to provide the university with programming and information relevant to the Black experience. We work among ourselves and with various other organizations to develop programs in the interest of Black students. We aim to enrich student life at the university culturally, intellectually, and socially; to ensure full ongoing administrative commitment to fair and equitable policies; and to strengthen and support the bonds of community between Black UMCP students and the larger College Park community.

Membership Info:

Membership in the Black Student Union shall consist of any undergraduate student of the University of Maryland, College Park. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability or on the basis of the exercise of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. Dues are not required for active membership.

Contact Information:

Email: umdbsu@gmail.com

Instagram: @blackterp

Twitter: @BlackTerp


CARIBBEAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION (CSA)

Mission Statement:

The Caribbean Students Association (CSA) was founded in 1974 at the University of Maryland, College Park. CSA continues its goal to enhance and celebrate Caribbean culture, politics and history at the University through programming and community service. CSA also functions as a tool to educate members about the distinctive as well as common features of the various territories that constitute the Caribbean. The organization provides a forum through which Caribbean social and cultural expression can be maintained.

Membership Info:

All are welcome to join CSA! Just come to any of our General Body Meetings!

Contact Information:

President: umdcsapresident@gmail.com

Instagram: @umdcsa

Twitter: @UMDCSA


DO BETTER UMD

Mission Statement:

Do Better is a newly founded, student-led organization dedicated to promoting personal growth, community service, and peer mentorship. Chartered in 2013, at Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, to address the needs of the student body and inspire like-minded individuals to become agents of change, Do Better now seeks to bring its core values of self-improvement, service, and commitment to excellence to Maryland’s flagship university.

The late poet and author, Dr. Maya Angelou, once said “I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.” At Do Better, we aspire to emulate Dr. Angelou’s words as we work tirelessly towards developing new models for civic engagement and building a community of selfless action.

Contact Information:

Instagram: @dobetterumd

Twitter: @DoBetterUMD


ETHIOPIAN-ERITREAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION (EESA)

Mission Statement:

The purpose of the Ethiopian-Eritrean Student Association is to provide a platform for Ethiopian and Eritrean students at the University of Maryland College Park to interact with others that share the same cultural background. Furthermore, to raise awareness and stimulate discussion of current economic, social, and political conflict in Ethiopia and Eritrean, and generate funds as well as ideas to help alleviate the problems identified to assist in the development of the country. In doing so, we hope to inform our members of various elements of the Ethiopian and Eritrean culture through unique and innovative methods. In addition, the organization shall assist in efforts to raise awareness about issues that affect the African-American community as a whole through collaboration with other multi-cultural student groups here at the University.

Contact Information:

President: umd.esa.president@gmail.com

Instagram: @umcp_eesa

Twitter: @UMCP_EESA


MARYLAND M.A.N.E.: MAINTAINING A NATURAL ESSENCE

Mission Statement:

Based in University of Maryland College Park, MANE is an organization dedicated to enhancing UMD students' natural lifestyle by creating a loving environment and support system through which they can embrace their natural selves.

General Body Meetings:

Follow social media for upcoming meetings and events.

Contact Information:

Email: marylandmane@gmail.com

Instagram: @marylandmane

Twitter: @MarylandMANE


NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN (NCNW)

Mission Statement:

The National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW) is a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1935 by Mary McLeod Bethune, a child of slave parents, distinguished educator and government consultant. We as the National Council of Negro Women at UMD uphold the mission to lead, develop and advocate for all women, especially those of African descent, as they support their families and communities, NCNW addresses issues of human welfare and rights through public education, community service and advocacy. This group is affiliated with the National Council of Negro Women.

Membership Info:

Membership into NCNW at UMD is open to all undergraduate students. NCNW does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or handicap in admission or access to our programs and activities as required by federal (Title VI, Title IX, Section 504) and state laws and regulations.

Contact Information:

Email: ncnwumd@gmail.com

Twitter: @NCNWUMD


THE SISTERHOOD OF UNITY & LOVE (SOUL)

Mission Statement:

The Sisterhood of Unity & Love is an organization dedicated to uniting woman on campus. We are devoted to promoting education, self-efficacy, and cultural awareness among woman on campus and to promote awareness on the concerns of women of the African Diaspora. The principles of our organization are Healing, Harmony, and Balance.

Membership Info:

Membership in The Sisterhood of Unity & Love is open to any student or faculty member enrolled at the University of Maryland College Park. Membership includes General Body Members, Executive Board Members, and Members of the PETALS mentoring program. All officers of this organization must be currently enrolled students at the University of Maryland College Park. The Sisterhood of Unity & Love openly admits students to its membership and does not restrict membership or discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. (For definitions of “personal appearance” and “sexual orientation,” see the University’s Code of Human Relations (“Code.”)

Contact Information:

Faculty Advisors: Ms. Anne Reese Carswell- carswell@umd.edu and Ms. Richey- irichey@umd.edu

Website: http://soulumd.blogspot.com/

Twitter: @Sisters_of_Soul

Instagram: @feed_your_soul


A WOMAN'S WORTH

Mission Statement:

A Woman’s Worth is a community service organization dedicated to the empowerment of women at the University of Maryland.

Contact Information:

Email: awomansworthumd@gmail.com

Twitter: @AWomansWorthUMD

 

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GRADUATE AND ALUMNI OPPORTUNITIES/GROUPS

BLACK GRADUATE STUDENT UNION (BGSU)

Mission Statement: 
The purpose The Black Graduate Student Union (BGSU) is to create a professional network for Black graduate and doctoral students at the University of Maryland, College Park. BGSU provides personal and professional development workshops along with networking and social opportunities for those who self-identify as being a part of the African Diaspora. BGSU also promotes opportunities for leadership on campus and community engagement.  We look to organize undergraduate mentoring and foster overall community building amongst Black students on campus. 

Membership Info: 

Membership and events are open to all graduate and doctoral students at UMCP.

BGSU is open to all students and will not discriminate in their membership selection on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, or any other bases under federal or local laws.

General Body Meetings:

Follow social media page for more information on meetings and events.

Contact Information:

Email: bgsuumd@gmail.com

Instagram: @blackgradterp

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/umdBGSU/


BLACK MBA ASSOCIATION 

 

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Black MBA Association is to promote a healthy and supportive learning environment for Black students in the graduate business programs at the Robert H. Smith School of Business.

Membership Info:

Black MBA Association is open to students in Masters of Business Administration program.

General Body Meetings:

Black MBA Association holds networking events between full time students, part time students, executive MBA students and alumni through happy hours. They also hold alumni panels and career mentoring events in coordination with other clubs and schools. Each year they embark on a special community service assignment which changes from year to year. Their flagship event is the William Bradford Banquet, which is an opportunity to celebrate diversity within UMD and is co-hosted with the Latin MBA Association.

Contact Information:

Email: bmbaa@rhsmith.umd.edu

Instagram: @umdblackmba


 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BLACK ALUMNI

Mission Statement:

UMBA’s mission is support and advance students, alumni and faculty of UMCP who affiliate themselves with the black or African-American community. 

Membership Info:

University of Maryland Black Alumni (UMBA), formerly the Black Alumni Network, represents the interests of nearly 17,000 black alumni of the University of Maryland, College Park. We are committed to the academic and professional development, advocacy, recognition and support of the black students, faculty and alumni of our alma mater.

Contact Information:

Email: blackterp@gmail.com

Twitter: @BlackTerpAlumni

Instagram: @blackterpalumni

Website: http://alumni.umd.edu/university-maryland-black-alumni-umba

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UMBlackAlumni

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4199827/profile



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GREEK AFFILIATED GROUPS

 

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

NPHC

Mission Statement:

NPHC is the umbrella organization for the nine historically Black fraternities and sororities. The UMD Chapter strives to promote unity throughout the various organization through joint programming and continuous collaboration with other student groups and faculty/staff members.

 

Membership Info:

Must be a member of a Greek organization that is governed by NPHC.

Contact Information:

President: Umdnphc.president@gmail.com

Instagram: @umdnphc

Twitter: @TheRealNPHC


 *ALL NPHC GREEK ORGANIZATIONS WITH ACTIVE CHAPTERS AT UMD*

(IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER)


 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Theta Nu Chapter)

AKA

Mission Statement:

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is a historically Black Greek Organization founded on the purposes of high scholarship, morals, and service. Theta Nu Chapter participates in community and campus service projects for the University of Maryland and its neighboring areas.

Membership Info:

2.5 GPA, Campus Involvement, Community Service. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated does not restrict membership or discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.thetanu1908.org

Twitter: @ThetaNu1908

Instagram: @thetanu1908


 

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Iota Zeta Chapter)

Alpha

Mission Statement:

The mission of this organization is to stimulate the ambition of its surrounding communities. To assist in the preparation of human development, so that individuals are prepared for the greatest usefulness in the causes of humanity. To encourage service; the highest and noblest form of manhood. To aid down-trodden humanity in its efforts to achieve higher social, economic and intellectual status. This organization helps with the development of leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for any community. Those are the five tenets that the organization aims to fulfill with every service project. We believe that to be engaged members of civil society, we have an obligation to be aware of the needs and concerns of the communities we operate within. Concordantly, our service projects are intricately linked with the needs and concerns of the local and national communities. We exist as the avenue for the community to better itself. We strive to be the epicenter of progress and excellence.

Membership Info:

Alpha Phi Alpha does not restrict membership or discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, personal appearance, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. (For definitions of “personal appearance” and “sexual orientation,” see the University’s Code of Human Relations (“Code.”)

Contact Information:

Website: http://www.izalphas.com

Instagram: @theinfamous_iz

Twitter: @theINFAMOUS_IZ


Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Kappa Phi Chapter)

DST

Mission Statement:

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.'s purpose is to proactively serve the campus and local community, exemplify sisterhood, and promote scholarship. We are a predominantly African American Sorority focusing on our Five Point Thrust program, which is the foundation of our initiatives.

Membership Info:

Members must have a 2.75 GPA and be in good judicial standing with the University of Maryland.

Contact Information:

Website: http://dstkappaphi.com

Twitter: @UMD_DST

Instagram: @umd_dst


Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. (Theta Theta Chapter)

Kappa

Mission Statement:

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. encourages honorable achievement in every field of human endeavor along with leadership training.

Membership Info:

Members must have a 2.75 GPA and be in good judicial standing with the University of Maryland.

Contact Information:

Email: Kappa.alpha.psi.tnt@gmail.com

Instagram: @tntnupes

Twitter: @TNTNupes


Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. (Epsilon Psi Chapter)

Sigma

Mission Statement:

To promote Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service amongst our community. And to instill the three national programs of Bigger and Better Business, Education, and Social Action into the lives of each and every person we encounter.

Membership Info:

Prospective members must have a 2.8 GPA with at least 12 credits.

Contact Information:

Email: Epsi1972@gmail.com

Instagram: @umdsigmas

Twitter: @UMDSigmas


 

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated (Eta Beta Chapter)

sgrho

Mission Statement:

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated's aim is to enhance the quality of life within the community. Public service, leadership development and education of youth are the hallmarks of this organization's programs and activities.

Membership Info:

2.5 GPA Full time student, undergraduate standing.

Contact Information:

Email: Umdhb.sgrho@gmail.com

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