Collage of current students and members of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first African American sorority at MSU, at a meeting in 1957

Collections of Student Organizations

Alphabetical list of student organizations and their archived material

Fraternities and sororities (social and honorary)

Alpha Chi Sigma, Alpha Upsilon Chapter, 1928–? (photographs)
Alpha Epsilon Pi, Chi Chapter, 1929–
Alpha Gamma Rho, Tau Chapter, 1922– (photographs)
Alpha Kappa Alpha (photographs)
Alpha Lambda Delta (1 folder and photographs)
Alpha Phi, Beta Beta Chapter, 1891– (1 folder and photographs)
Alpha Phi Alpha (photographs)
Alpha Phi Omega, MSU Chapter, 1937– (1 folder and photographs)
Alpha Psi Delta, 1904–
Alpha Tau Omega, Epsilon Eta Chapter (photographs)
Alpha Zeta, Kedzie Chapter (photographs)
Beta Kappa, 1910–ca 1942
Beta Theta Pi, Gamma Psi Chapter, 1948– (photographs)
Delta Chi, Michigan State Chapter, 1915– (4 folders and photographs)
Delta Omicron, Delta Omicron Chapter
Delta Sigma Phi, Alpha Pi Chapter, (2 folders and photographs)
Delta Tau Delta, Iota Chapter, 1872–1898, reorganized 1947 (photographs)
Farmhouse Fraternity, Michigan Chapter, 1932– (1 folder and photographs)
Kappa Alpha Psi (photographs)
Kappa Delta, Alpha Alpha Chapter, 1916– (photographs)
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Gamma Chapter, 1893– (photographs)
Kappa Phi Zeta, 1901–?
Kappa Sigma, 1915– (photographs)
Lambda Chi Alpha, Gamma Omicron Chapter, 1907– (.8 cu. ft and photographs)
Mortar Board, Sphinx Chapter, 1934– (photographs)
Omicron Nu, Alpha Chapter (photographs)
Phi Beta Kappa (16 folders, 2 volumes and photographs)
Phi Chi Alpha, 1924–ca 1942
Phi Delta Theta, Michigan Beta Chapter, 1873– (photographs)
Phi Kappa Phi, MSU Chapter, 1924– (3 cu. ft and photographs)
Phi Kappa Tau, Alpha Alpha Chapter, 1915–ca 1972, 1988– (photographs)
Phi Sigma, 1910– (.6 cu. ft) (photographs)
Pi Kappa Phi, Alpha Theta Chapter, 1918 (photographs)
Porpoise Fraternity, Beta Chapter (1 folder and photographs)
Psi Upsilon, Epsilon Nu Chapter, 1889– (1 folder and photographs)
Scabbard and Blade (1 folder and photographs)
Seminarius Botanicus, 1914– (photographs)
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Michigan Gamma Chapter, 1892–1927 (1 folder and photographs)
Sigma Chi, 1942– (photographs)
Sigma Delta Chi, Central Michigan Chapter, 1938–
Sigma Delta Epsilon
Sigma Kappa, Alpha Tau Chapter, 1922– (photographs)
Sigma Nu, Epsilon Rho Chapter, 1902– (photographs)
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Sigma Xi (1 cu. ft)
Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chapter of Michigan, 1892– (photographs)
Tau Sigma, 1923– (.4 cu. ft and photographs)
Theta Chi, Beta Zeta Chapter, 1908– (photographs)
Theta Kappa Nu, Beta Chapter, 1922–1939
Tower Guard (.4 cu. ft and photographs)
Varsity Club, 1914–
Zeta Tau Alpha, Beta Chi Chapter, 1909– (photographs)

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Student clubs and committees

Agricultural Club (2 folders)
Alliance of Lesbian-Bi-Gay and Transgender Students at MSU
Amateur Radio Club (3 cu. ft)
American–Israel Public Affairs
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1 folder and photographs)
Baha'i Club
Block and Bridle Club (photographs)
Botanical Club (1 volume)
Business Council
Campus United Nations (photographs)
Collation Literary Society (1 folder)
Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles
Conservation Club
Conservative Students of MSU
Cosmopolitan Club (photographs) (see also International Club)
Dairy Club
Elsworth House – Off-Campus Living Unit (1 folder)
Forestry Club (3 folders and photographs)
Free University
General Union of Palestine Students
Glee and Mandolin Club (photographs)
Green Splash Swimming Club (2.4 cu. ft and photographs)
Hillel Jewish Student Center (photographs)
History Club (3 folders)
Horticulture Club (photographs)
Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management Club
India Club (photographs)
Indonesian Student Club (photographs)
International Club (11 folders, 12 volumes and photographs)
Lightwriters Photography Club
Married Students Club (photographs)
Military Band (1 folder)
MSU Rodeo Club
MSU Student Radio (WLFT)
Natural History Society (1 folder, 2 volumes)
Oratorical Association (5 folders)
Poultry (Science) Club (photographs)
Public Interest Research Group in Michigan (PIRGIM)
Public Relations Student Society of America
Railroad Club
Russian Club (photographs)
Science Fiction Club
Ski Club (photographs)
Spartan Round Table (photographs)
Spartan Wives (photographs)
Spartan Women's League (photographs)
Speech Majors League (photographs)
Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association (1.33 cu. ft)
Student Health Awareness for Positive Energy (SHAPE) (1 folder)
Student Rights Committee
Student Workers Union
Town Girls' Club (8 folders)
Women’s Athletic Association (photographs)
Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) (2 volumes and photographs)

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Student government

Apartments Residence Council
Associated Collegiate Women (3 folders)
Associated Students of Michigan State University (ASMSU) (2 cu. ft/5 scrapbooks)
Elected Student Council (143 Cassette Tapes)
Graduate Students Council (COGS)
Intercooperative Council
Interfraternity Council (1.8 cu. ft)
Medical Students Council
Off-Campus Council (1 folder)
Owen Graduate Association
Panhellenic Council (1 folder)
Residence Hall Association
Student Academic Governance Association
Student Congress – All-College Student Government (4 folders)
Student Council (2 folders)
Students’ Association (1882–1885) (1 folder)
Women’s Student Council (1 Volume)

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Student publications

Abbot Anecdotes (Abbot Hall)
Bailey Echo (Bailey Hall)
Bubble, The
Campus Observer
Eagle, The
East Landon Lantern (Landon Hall)
East Mayo Echo (Mayo Hall)
Foci (Owen Hall)
Grapevine Journal
Green Onion
Impulse (Northeast Complex)
Lansing Star
Le Courrier
Michigan State Snooze
Michigan State Times, The (3 items)
Michigan State Variety
News at the Center and Van Hoosen Hall
Owen Graduate Center Quarterly
People’s Choice
People’s Voice
Rather Rumors (Rather Hall)
Red Cedar Log (and The Wolverine)
Red Cedar Review
Satyr: the MSU Humor Magazine
Spartan, The
Spartan Rag
Speculum (also called The College Speculum)
Stale News
Student, The
Student Publications Board (.3 cu. ft)
Weekly Star
West Shaw Informant (Shaw Hall)
What’s Left?
Wilson Literary Magazine

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