Alpha Eta Rho (International Aviation Fraternity) Beta Beta Chapter

The philosophy of Alpha Eta Rho-Beta Beta Chapter is to exhibit a professional approach and attitude toward aviation. This chapter promotes fellowship among its membership while furthering their understanding and commitment to professional aviation. It is the responsibility and first priority of Beta Beta Chapter to provide for and assist its members in career goals through all means necessary.

Art Club

The HSU Art Club is open to all students and faculty members dedicated to bringing the arts to the Henderson community. The club aspires to enhance cultural opportunities within the university through activities such as workshops, art sales, community service, and sponsoring exhibitions, visiting artists, coffee houses, film series, museum trips and other travel opportunities.

Athletic Training Student Organization

The Athletic Training Student Organization (A.T.S.O.) increases the overall outlook of the educational experience by means of promoting educational activities, and develops closer contact with those who are involved in the future athletics training/sports medicine profession.

Beta Mu Omicron

Women’s Music Society of Henderson State University. Beta Mu Omicron is a society for women enrolled at Henderson with an interest and background in music. The organization serves the music department of Henderson State University.

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma encourages and honors academic achievement in the study of Business and personal and professional excellence in the practice of business.

Biology Club

The Biology Club is open to students regardless of their majors. The club brings in guest speakers, promotes attendance at professional meetings, participates in community activities, and has social events (cookouts, float trips, etc.). Majors with sufficient credit hours and GPA can join a national honors club (Beta Beta Beta).

Black Pilots of America

The chapter of Black Pilots of America at Henderson State University aims to train Blacks to participate and advance in various types of employment within the field of aviation. It also encourages youth to enter the field of aviation and to foster recognition of the contributions made by Blacks in aviation.

Business Club

The purpose of the Business Club at Henderson State University is to promote experiential learning opportunities for business students. It major objectives are to provide networking opportunities, inform students of jobs/internships possibilities, provides business trip in the students’ major fields and to maintain a presence of service to HSU and the community.

Comics Club

The Henderson State University Comics Club increases awareness of comics and graphic novels and brings together a community of like-minded students in appreciation of this form of art. The Comics Club shall encourage the growth and knowledge and appreciation of comics and graphic novels among Henderson students.

Debate and Forensics Team

The Henderson Intercollegiate Debate Team follows a long tradition of participating in competitive debate and speech events. The team’s trophy case holds current awards such as the reigning state college champion of the Arkansas State Communication Association, along with some nearly a century old. These include a State Championship trophy for College Division dated April 24, 1909, and a 1928 Arkansas Inter-Collegiate first place trophy in Oratory to Vann Woodward. Woodward went on to become “a ground breaking historian of the South and a distinguished Yale professor,” according to Yale Today.

English Club

The purpose of the English Club is to integrate and exchange ideas of its members and to provide channels of communication, relations, and understanding among those interested in the field of English.

French Club

The HSU French Club promotes the French culture throughout the HSU campus as well as it provides services for the campus. Its main objectives are to promote French culture, provide services to Henderson campus, and to raise fund to organize a major trip to French speaking city/area (Paris, Montreal, New Orleans, etc.).

Henderson International Student Association (HISA)

The purpose of HISA is to provide immediate and continuing contacts for all Henderson State University international students. Non-international students are encouraged to join. Each year, HISA provides activities and events that teach people about our cultural differences. Events include the Annual International Food Bazaar, an international soccer tournament, the international Christmas party, and much more. HISA also provides fun activities such as the traditional trip to Six Flags over Texas, a visit to the State Capitol in Little Rock, picnics, and parties.

History Club

Henderson’s History Club’s purpose is to seek to promote a richer understanding of history in all fields and areas. Their goal is to facilitate extracurricular learning, student networking, and academic discourse.


Young Professionals for Physical Education of Henderson State University. The purpose of this club is to promote interest in and provide a better understanding of the fields of health, physical education, recreation, and dance.


Henderson Television (HTV) is almost exclusively run by students. Available as a course, TV Practicum provides hand-on experience for students interested in going into the field of television. Students work as a team to produce at least an hour of original programming which airs on campus and locally on Channel 9. Original programming can include anything from variety shows, news and sports shows, to original student material created in other classes.

International Trumpet Guild

This organization promotes instrumental music throughout the campus and invites guest artists from all around the world to visit HSU and provide students with concerts and/or master classes.

KSWH-FM 99.9

KSWH (which stands for K - "School with a Heart") is a student-run campus radio station, under the guidance of an adjunct faculty advisor. An executive staff of eight advanced students fills the roles of general manager, program director, production director, traffic director, support and development director, marketing and promotions director, news director, and sports director. The mission of KSWH is "to train students in radio broadcasting, while serving Henderson State University and the surrounding community."

Omega Tau Epsilon

The purpose of this organization is to keep the students of HSU and the youth of Arkadelphia involved in athletics, teach the fundamentals of leadership, sportsmanship, and friendships both on and off the field of play. We strive to support and improve the quality of athletics and athletic activities on the campus of HSU and the Arkadelphia community. We use our leadership capabilities for the betterment of this community and its youth, as well as for HSU. Membership to Omega Tau Epsilon is open to all students enrolled in the Athletic Training Education Program, HPER, and to all Student-Athletes.

Phi Beta Lambda - FBLA

The Phi Beta Lambda chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at Henderson State University has as a mission to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

Philosophy Club

HSU philosophy club’s mission is to promote the interdisciplinary utilization of philosophical practices. Its main objectives are to encourage the critical consideration of topics of interest, to promote the importance of the incorporation of philosophy within other areas of study, and benevolently influence the development of present and future philosophical programs at Henderson State University.

Sociology and Human Services Club

The Sociology/Human Services Club on Henderson’s campus promotes interest in sociology and human services, develops socially dependable personalities through discussion groups unhindered by the formalities of the class routine, and develops leadership among students in sociology and human services.

Women’s History Organization

The Women’s History Organization celebrates the achievements of women in history.