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Student Organizations

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Student representatives for STATIC and the

College Democrats at Connection Day (Fall 2013)


STATIC – Students Taking Action Today Implementing Change is a community service organization that serves Alabama State and the greater Montgomery area. For additional information, please contact Callie Wallace at

Pi Sigma Alpha – Pi Sigma Alpha is the only political science and government college honor society in the United States. Membership Criteria: 1) completion of 1/2 credits required for baccalaureate degree, 2) completion of 10 semester-credits in political science, including one upper-division course, with B average or better in those courses, and 3) overall GPA placing you in the top one-third of your class. If you are interested in joining the Alabama State chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, please contact Dr. Byrdie Larkin at

College Democrats – An affiliate of the Democratic Party, this group works to engage college students on local, state, and national elections and political issues. Members host voter registration drives, connect students with their political representatives, and educate the campus community on current legislation. If you are interested in joining the College Dems, please contact the College Dems Interim President (Ms. Amber Clark) at, or the Faculty Advisor (Dr. Alecia Hoffman) at You may visit the ASU College Dems website at

Model UN

2014 Model UN Conference Team at Emory University: Jeffrey Ogbudu, Fred Yeboah, Giovanna Lombardi, Dominique Dixon, Andrew Asante, & Karabo Robaya


Model United Nations – Model United Nations is an internationally-focused academic organization. Students take part in conference simulations of real world United Nations committee, council, and assembly sessions; they also work to promote awareness of global issues at ASU. If you are interested in joining Model UN, please contact the MUN President (Mr. Fred Yeboah) at, or the Faculty Advisor (Dr. Ann Mezzell) at

Christians United in Prayer – This group uses prayer to fight issues and problems hindering the growth and well-being of Alabama State University. The organization will resume hosting “Prayer Around the Tree” (further info TBA) and plans to initiate additional activities, including dorm prayers and Bible study. Regular meetings are held on Wednesdays at 12:00 in TH 202.