Clubs & Organizations
Clubs and organizations provide a way for students to connect with each other and with faculty as they engage activities of common interest. Whatever your major within the department, you will find a club that's right for you.
Click on the links below for a description of each club or organization and the faculty advisor. Currently enrolled students can keep up with current activities in Bronco Advantage, FSU's portal for student clubs and organizations.
The purpose of the Association is to advance the awareness of spatial thinking and enhance the spatial knowledge and skills of its members through various types of activities as well as to provide opportunities for association and interaction within the Department of Government and History. More...
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kofi Johnson
The Black History Scholars Association fosters the study of the Black past here in Fayetteville and around the world. As a student club, activities are determined by members in consultation with the advisor(s). Previously, the BHSA has done field trips, hosted Black History quiz bowls, and presentations to high school students. The BHSA also sponsors the annual Lafayette Lecture in partnership with the Fayetteville Lafayette Society and manages the “Black History Club” section of the Charles Chesnutt Library.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Rob Taber
The FSU Roots history club is a great opportunity to share your love of history with your peers and in the community. We gather to discuss preparation for graduate school, host movie nights, particpate in cemetery clean up where early school leaders are buried. There are also opportunities to travel to exhibitions and provide community service.
Faculty Advisors: Mr. Charles Anderson, Dr. Kelli Cardenas Walsh
We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. We seek to bring students, teachers, and writers of history together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways.
Students eligible for membership will be contacted in the spring semester.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Linda Tomlinson