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The purpose of this female a cappella group is to provide an outlet for young women to express themselves through vocal music and performance. A Cub Bella represents the university by performing at events and competitions throughout the year.
We aim to enhance the MSU community by promoting a community of scholars dedicated to academic excellence through increasing the awareness of academic integrity, creating citizens of enhanced character, in concert with the public affairs mission.
The purpose of the AMPG will provide an opportunity for MSU students and community members to develop and understand the processes of media production, project management, project planning, creative leadership and techniques required to succeed in media
Accounting Club/Institute of Management Accountants Student Chapter (Accounting Club/IMA Student Chapter)
The purpose of the Accounting Club is to promote understanding of modern accounting through organized meetings and events. Also, the Accounting Club assists members in their career endeavors by meeting prospective employers and learning about companies.
The Missouri State University Advertising Club is an organization of students striving for professionalism and excellence in the field of advertising. This organization is open to all majors.
Advocates is the student organization at Missouri State University focused on using activism to create an inclusive campus for the LGBTQ community.
Advocating for Families and Children Association is a new club that is open to all students. Members will have networking opportunities with community agencies and other students in similar educational fields.
A group for those interested in aerial arts such as aerial silks and community involvement.
The purpose of the MSU Agronomy Club is to stimulate interest in Agronomy. It is also the purpose of the club to provide opportunities for students to sharpen leadership skills, communication skills, and cooperation skills. Club members are exposed to
Chartered in 1983, Alpha Chi Omega offers lifetime friendship to members, experience in self-government, encouragement to develop to the fullest potential as an educated woman, acquaintance with many avenues of service to others, and high standards.