No Matter the Interest, We Have a Place for you to Plug In

At Fayetteville State, we have over 100 active clubs and organizations to immerse yourself in. Joining an organization can not only build your leadership development, but also your professional, personal, and academic development. At FSU, we encourage you to take advantage of these many opportunities offered outside of the classroom. You will find these opportunities in all areas, celebrating an endless variety of interests and activities. At FSU, there is something for everyone. All organizations have their own page through the Bronco Advantage platform.

Bronco Greek Life

Fraternities and sororities at FSU are not just social clubs, but groups that foster a sense of belonging and community. At Fayetteville State, we are proud to have the Divine Nine of the National Pan-Hellenic Council right here on campus. Each organization promotes the values and mission of the university while offering numerous leadership and professional opportunities to their members.

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By the numbers: Our campus is home to many students, representing a diverse range of backgrounds and interests, all pursuing their academic and personal goals with passion and purpose.



Our campus celebrates inclusivity and is proud to have a vibrant community of minority students, who bring unique perspectives and enrich our campus culture with their diverse experiences and contributions.


Female Students

Our campus is proud to have a student body that is 70% female, reflecting our commitment to promoting gender equality and empowering women to pursue their academic and career aspirations with confidence and success.


Students to Faculty

Our campus provides a personalized learning experience that fosters strong relationships between students and faculty, promotes academic excellence, and prepares students for success in their chosen fields.

Get Involved

Scroll down to see the thriving organizations we have on campus. For more information, contact the Office of Student Engagement at or (910) 672-1166.