About Student Life
Involvement in a student organization is just one of many ways for Armstrong students to get involved on campus. In addition, involved students earn better grades, stay in school, and feel more satisfied with their college experience. Students who actively participate outside of the classroom gain valuable experience in the practical aspects of leadership, communication, risk management and teamwork. Below are just a few of the many student-run organizations that all students can be a part of.
The HOLA Student Club provides an informal atmosphere in which interested students, faculty, and staff of Armstrong State University may take part in planned activities that focus on Hispanic heritage and/or current Latino issues.
The Brother 2 Brother organization was created to foster a brotherhood that enhances academic excellence, encourages social engagement, and provides support for personal development for Latino male students. The program enhances the college experience of Latino males by optimizing academic success, retention, and graduation.
A fraternity for undergraduate, graduate, and professional men, the Alpha Pi Chapter of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated is dedicated toward the empowerment of the Latino community by providing intensive social and cultural programs and activities geared toward the appreciation, promotion and preservation of the Latin American Culture.
The Beta Alpha Chapter of Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha, Incorporada, a Latina-based sorority at Armstrong, aims to support incoming minority students in university life, while fostering and promoting education, sisterhood, professionalism, and leadership.
The Lambda Theta Phi colony at Armstrong is the newest addition to the Latino Greek community. Lambda Theta Phi Fraternity, Inc. originated the concept of embracing the ideals of brotherhood, Latino unity, cultural awareness, and community service within the Greek-letter fraternity, all for the progress and empowerment of the Latino community.