There are more than 80 student organizations at B-CU, including fraternities and sororities. Student organizations offer ways to build your community and bring your interests alive. Here’s a partial list.


African Students Association

Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi)

BCU Chef Club

BCU Fellowship Choir

BCU IEEE Robotics Club

Black Executive and Entrepreneurship Program (BEEP)

Black Males in Higher Education Think Tank

Brother 2 Brother

Caribbean Student Association

Club Kreyol

Criminal Justice Association


Epicurean Modeling Troupe

Faces Modeling Troupe, Inc.

Federation of Bahamian Students

Gerontology Student Association

Girls with Curlz 

Hispanic Organization for Latin Awareness (HOLA)

House Arrest 2 Championship Dance Team

Jamaican Students Association

Khaotic Dance Troupe

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)

National Association of Black Journalists

National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice

National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)

National Society of Minorities in Hospitality

Orchesis Dance Ensemble

Phenomenal Women in Higher Education Think Tank


Pre-Law Club

Pre-Medical Society

Progressive Black Men, Inc.

Rekonstruction Dance Troupe

Sister 2 Sister, Inc.


Sociology Association

Thurgood Marshall Speech & Debate Society

Tra-Co-Dom Theatre

Women’s Educational Leadership Academy (WELA)

Wildcat Athletic Training Organization (WATO)

Wildcat Political Society

Wildcat Worship Team

UNCF Pre-Alumni Council

Fraternities and sororities are about friendships, scholarship, community service, brotherhood, sisterhood and leadership. They’re about bettering the B-CU community and the city of Daytona Beach through service and social functions. They’re about traditions, learning valuable lessons, and establishing life-long friendships. They’re about shaping the identity of a continued Greek Life presence since 1948.

National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. 

Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc.

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 

Service and Professional Organization Advisory Council (SPOAC) 

Gamma Beta Chi National Service Fraternity, Inc.

Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Sorority, Inc.

Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity, Inc.

Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Band Sorority, Inc.

Membership Intake Seminar

All students planning to join a fraternity or sorority at Bethune-Cookman University must attend a MANDATORY Greek Life Intake Seminar.  The seminars will be held throughout the semester.  Attendance is only required once.  Only students who have attended a seminar will be allowed to participate in Membership Intake.

Membership Intake Regulations

Recruitment activities can only be scheduled during the period designated by the University and only by those active organizations which are approved members of Greek Life. No student may be in a group or organized interest club, pay fees or perform duties or assignments before the new membership intake program and schedule are approved by the University and officially begin.

It is required that all new membership intake activities be coordinated through the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The annual schedule and procedures for new membership intake are determined by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and are provided to the appropriate persons at the designated time or upon request. Only one list of names will be accepted and any organization that processes ineligible persons will be penalized.

No organization may proceed with membership intake before written approval on individual candidates’ academic and judicial status has been received by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. If grade reports appear to be inaccurate, individual candidates should contact the Registrar’s Office; however, candidates must be eligible at time of clearance (including the resolution of ALL holds on a student’s account).

Compliance with University minimum requirements for application eligibility does not guarantee that a student will be selected or voted on for membership into an organization. 

Membership Intake Restrictions

Perspective Members: To be eligible or considered for membership into any Greek organization, the University requires that a student meet the following criteria:

  1. a) Completed a total of 12 credit hours during the academic semester prior to the intake semester.
  2. b) Received a cumulative grade point average of 2.8 during the academic semester prior to the intake semester.
  3. c) Be currently enrolled in a total of 12 credit hours during the academic semester in which intake is being held.
  4. d) Be in good judicial standing (meaning clear judicial record defined as not currently on probation, suspended or expelled; no case pending, opened or closed within one year of intent to participate in membership intake; or no history of major violations, i.e. drugs, assault, harassment or possession/use of a weapon) with the University per the Office of Student Conduct.

Compliance with University minimum requirements for application eligibility does not guarantee that a student will be selected or voted on for membership in an organization. 

Some organizations require a higher cumulative average, giving the option to a chapter to use the University’s minimum requirement. Beyond minimum requirements, organizations have the right to select their members by criteria approved by the national governing body of the organization and accepted by the University as a fair policy. These criteria must be documented in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

New Member Presentations

  1. a) All new member presentations must be approved by the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life and must take place on campus in the Performing Arts Center as designated by the University intake schedule and as approved at the time of petition hearings.
  2. b) All new member presentation must receive written approval by the organizations chapter advisor and submitted to the Office of Student Fraternity and Sorority Life as designated by the University intake schedule.
  3. c) There will be NO EXCEPTIONS to any other time periods or forms of expression (before, during, or after the intake period).
  4. d) No pre or post new membership presentation shows on or off campus.

Greek Life Forms


Office of Greek Life Registration Form

Statement on Hazing & Student Code of Conduct

Greek Life Policy on Hazing

Hazing Form

Insurance Requirement Form

Greek Organization Advisor's Statement Form (2 Required)

Greek Life Chapter Roster & Student Records Release


Membership Intake Procedures

Student Activities

Painting Campus Tree Forms

Greek Life Procedures for Painting Campus Trees & plots 

New Greek Life Five Star Program

Monthly Community Service Form

Student Organization Program / Event Approval

B-CU students please submit your request for approval of your Programs / Events below.

Program Submission