There are many ways that students can continue to develop leadership qualities and abilities while at ASU-Beebe. One of the main reasons to seek the college experience is for the opportunities of leadership that it provides. The student leadership activities provided at ASU-Beebe include:
The Ambassadors is a group of students, who serve as part of the ASU-Beebe Admissions team. In addition to working in the Office of Admissions, Ambassadors lead prospective students on tours of the campus and assist at recruitment events. Students may pick up an Ambassador application at the Office of Admissions. For more information, contact the Admissions Office at (501) 882-8860.
This organization's purpose is to provide opportunities for meaningful, responsible student input and feedback on campus issues and to promote understanding between students, faculty, and administration. The Council also provides opportunities for student leadership activities and leadership training.
Meets: 2nd & 4th Tuesday, 12:30 p.m., Student Center, John Deere Room
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a new organization with a goal to advise the Director of Student Life and the College Administration in the planning and implementation of co-curricular educational, cultural, social, recreational and other student activities and programs. Getting involved with CAB will allow students to be involved with the planning and operations of student activities on our campus. Members will get experience in marketing, working with budgets, and event planning. If you are interested in joining this group, contact the advisor listed below.
CAB Advisor: Jessica Ware
Meets: Mondays, 3 p.m., Student Center
Participation in campus life can be a significant part of a student's educational experience. Student organizations and clubs offer students valuable opportunities to learn and develop teamwork and leadership skills. Involvement in student organizations teaches skills transferable to the world of work and provides a network with faculty and staff advisors.
Research has shown that college students who get involved outside the classroom perform better academically and are usually more satisfied with their college experience...so do not wait any longer to investigate the opportunities available to you.
Getting involved is as simple as contacting the Director of Student Life in the Student Center, Room 100, or call (501) 882-8951.
This club is composed of students majoring in agriculture.
Baptist Collegiate Ministry
The Baptist Collegiate Ministry, formerly the Baptist Student Union, provides ASU-Beebe students with an opportunity to get together in a Christian atmosphere. Meetings include Bible Studies, free lunches, and weekend getaways. Food, Fun, & Fellowship - A place where three F's are cool!!!!
Beverly Haines (501) 882-4482
Meets: Mondays lunch, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Student Center, Stephens Room
Baptist Collegiate Ministries (ASU-Searcy Campus)
The Baptist Collegiate Ministries, provides ASU-Searcy students with an opportunity to get together in a Christian atmosphere.
Carissa Gillam (501) 207-6219
Meets: Wednesdays, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Trinity Baptist Church
The ASU-Beebe Debate Club was formally organized in the fall of 1999 as an organization to promote public examination of issues and to provide a venue for formal public discussion available to any student enrolled on a full- or part-time basis.
Delta Psi Omega
A national honorary dramatics fraternity, composed of students who have made outstanding contributions to the dramatic activities of ASU-Beebe.
Bruce Cohen (501) 882-8925
Meets: Tuesdays, 3 p.m., Owen Center, Room 114
Future Educators Club
The purpose of the organization is to provide information and offer encouragement to those who are preparing for the teaching profession.
Kathleen Vaughan (501) 882-8886
Meets: 2nd Thursday each month
Gamma Beta Phi Society
The purpose of the society is the advancement of scholastic effort and the recognition of academic merit among college students.
Steve Knapp (501) 882-8848
Meets: 3rd Thursday each month, 12:30 p.m., Student Center, Wal-Mart Room
The purpose of the International Club is to provide opportunities to share the culture and customs of students' native countries with the larger campus community, provide opportunities to learn about other countries and cultures from other students or faculty, to provide organization and opportunities for student participation in university and community services and to provide planning and execution of culturally enriching student activities.
Ron Hudson (501) 882-4426
The intramural program at ASU-Beebe provides sports, fun, recreation, and exercise for students. The program is supervised by faculty members, and students voluntarily take part during after-class hours. Co-educational teams are to provide competition in a variety of activities.
Ashley Goodwin (501) 882-4475
NAVTA - Vet Tech Club
The purpose of this organization is to advance the field of Veterinary Technicians by publicizing the program, advising staff about student interests, organizing events and activities that will enhance relationships among members and those interested in the program.
Phi Beta Lambda
A national organization which provides opportunities for students to develop competencies for business and office occupations. The organization is open to any student with an interest in its objectives, which include development of competent business leadership, development of character, preparation for useful citizenship, creation of an interest and understanding of American business enterprise, and facilitation of the transition from school to work.
Residence Hall Council
Fosters a sense of community among residents while promoting leadership skills and understanding between residents and other members of the campus community.
Chad Gray (501) 882-4432
Meets: Wednesdays, 5 p.m., Students Center, John Deere Room
SSS-SAB (Student Advisory Board)
The Student Advisory Board (SAB) exists to advance the mission of Student Support Services. The program provides participants with academic and support services in a caring environment designed to help students succeed in college. Student Advisory Board is also very active in community service projects, always striving to assist those in need. Any ASUB student may become a member of SAB.
The ASU-Beebe Singers/Symphonic Band
These groups consist of selected student vocalists and musicians.
Brent Bristow (501) 882-4474
Tau Alpha Pi
A national honor society which provides recognition for a high standard of scholarship among students in the engineering technology programs.
Michael Troop (501) 882-8920
Meets: 3rd Thursday each month, 12:30 p.m., Advanced Technology/Allied Health, Conference Room.