List of Organizations
Get Involved with a Registered Student Organization
Registered Student Organizations (RSO) provide students the opportunity to form and develop organizations based on a variety of personal, social, political, recreational, religious, and common interests. Through your involvement with an RSO you will have the opportunity to meet new people, develop your interest and have fun. If you do not find an organization that meets your interests, you can start an organization to bring fellow students together.
Currently, there are more than 70 organizations to explore.
Through your involvement with an RSO you are able to take advantage of our RSO education workshops (budgeting, event planning, etc.), RSO Resources (office mailboxes, van reservations, etc.) and apply for funds for your events from the Allocations Committee.
Below is a list of the RSOs. RSOs are responsible for keeping their websites up to date and responding to any inquiries you make regarding the organization.
**These groups were not active on-campus last year but can be reactivated at any time. For information on how to reactive a group please contact the Student Life Office.
An organization that provides support to the educational and social interest of politics.
An organization whose primary purpose is to provide an organized format for the pursuit of a special or common interests.
Alpha Phi Omega (National Service Fraternity)
Colleges Against Cancer
Delta Sigma Pi (DSP - Business Fraternity)
English Club (Walter J. Ong Society for Literary Study)
Finance and Accounting Student Body (FASB)
Infectus Readers and Writers
Math & Physics Club
Nonprofit Leadership Studies Club
PEERS (Positively Educating Each Rockhurst Student)
Pre-Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy Club
RAKERS (Random Acts of Kindness Sharers)
Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
VOICES for Justice
Athletic / Recreational
An organization that provides support to the spirit and traditions of the University while providing awareness and opportunities for health, social and recreational activities.
Spirit Squad (Cheerleaders/Dance Club)
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
An organization whose primary purpose is to provide awareness for specific educational, social and recreational activities to the University community. These groups may be department sponsored committees.
The Sentinel Newspaper
Social Activities Board (SAB)
Student Alumni Association (SAA)
An organization whose primary purpose it so provide a forum in which creates awareness for a specific culture through educational, social, and recreational activities.
Black Student Union (BSU)
Delta XI Phi (DXP)
Student Organization of Latinos (SOL)
An organization that requires a minimum G.P.A. as a prerequisite to membership and/or is affiliated with a national service or honorary organization. Membership in these groups is by invitation only.
Alpha Sigma Nu (ASN)
Alpha Psi Omega (Theatre)
Chi Alpha Sigma (Athletics)
Kappa Delta Pi (Education)
Order of Omega (Greek)
Phi Alpha Delta (Pre-law)
Phi Delta Epsilon (Pre-med)
Phi Lambda Upsilon (Chemistry)
Phi Sigma Tau (Philosophy)
Pi Delta Phi (French)
Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science)
Psi Chi (Psychology)
Research College of Nursing Honor Society
Sigma Delta Pi (Hispanic)
Sigma Tau Delta (English)
Theta Alpha Kappa (Theology and Religious Studies)