Student Organizations - College of Education

Student Organizations

Meet new people, make professional connections, and grow as a professional by participating in one or more student organizations. We offer something for every College of Education major. The student organizations are listed below, followed by the faculty sponsors on each campus.

American Association of University Women (AAUW)- Student Branch

Ms. Molly Turner, Tahlequah

Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society

Dr. Claudia Weese, Tahlequah
Dr. Greg Meyer, Broken Arrow
Dr. Marilon Morgan, Broken Arrow

Counseling Graduate Student Association

Future Educators of Young Children (FEYC)

Dr. Susan Patrick, Tahlequah

Health & Kinesiology Club

Ms. Sheila Fritts, Tahlequah

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society

Dr. Ingrid Massey, Tahlequah
Dr. Tobi Thompson, Tahlequah 
Dr. Sherry Been, Broken Arrow
Dr. Cindi Fries, Broken Arrow
Dr. Linda Wilson, Broken Arrow

Library Media & Information Technology

Dr. Kelli Carney, Broken Arrow

NSU Student Parent Teacher Association (PTA)

Dr. Stephan Sargent, Broken Arrow

Phi Delta Kappa

Dr. Stephan Sargent, Broken Arrow

Psychology Club 

Dr. Beth Bowin, Tahlequah
Dr. Paul Cooper, Broken Arrow

Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology

Dr. Christina Branham, Tahlequah
Dr. April Phillips, Broken Arrow

Rho Theta Sigma Honor Society

Dr. Sally Armstrong, Tahlequah
Dr. Martha Parrott, Broken Arrow  


Ms. Barbara Fuller, Tahlequah
Dr. Cindi Fries, Broken Arrow

Ms. Jericho Hobson, Broken Arrow

Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)

Jarilyn Haney, Tahlequah

Student Oklahoma Education Association (SOEA)

Dr. Renee Cambiano, Tahlequah
Ms. Tonya Garrett, Tahlequah
Meagan Moreland, Broken Arrow 
Dr. Stephan Sargent, Broken Arrow

Talons - American Sign Language Club

Jameie Combs, Tahlequah


Other Professional Organizations

You may also be interested in joining one or more of these professional organizations on your own to become more deeply involved in your chosen career.

Association of American Educators

Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI)

American Federation of Teachers

Professional Oklahoma Educators



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NSU Policy for Equal Access for Statewide Professional Educators’ Associations

Effective Date January 2012

Northeastern State University teacher candidates are encouraged to join a professional organization. Candidates are encouraged to review each of these organizations for their benefits. Northeastern State University will provide equal access for any professional organization that supports teacher preparation. Organizations that support the development of candidates in the areas of student teaching, professional development and best practices are welcomed on the NSU campus. This information can be made available through workshops, special presentations and/or bulletin board postings. All organization sponsors are asked to schedule presentations through the office of Teacher Education. Directory information for current candidates will be provided to professional organizations upon request.

Students meeting with Dr. Cambiano

SOEA members meeting with Dr. Cambiano