AGS Clubs and Organizations

Mu Kappa Lambda

Mu Kappa Lambda, chartered in 2002, is the Mars Hill University honor society for nontraditional students.

Mu Kappa Lambda is the local chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda, a national honor society devoted to the advancement of scholarship and to the recognition of nontraditional and adult students who are continuing their higher education. The Society was established in 1945 and now exists in nearly 280 institutional chapters throughout the country.

To be eligible for induction into Mu Kappa Lambda, an Adult Studies student must have completed 24 hours of graded coursework, while maintaining a grade point average of 3.4 on a 4.0 scale.

Applications are available for the Alpha Sigma Lambda Scholarship.


Student Social Work Club

The Student Social Work Club, established in 1985, serves the college community as well as Madison and Buncombe counties through projects, forums, and informational activities that may better the individual as well as the community. Examples of activities sponsored by the club include co-sponsorship of the Asheville Local Program Unit of NASW-NC March Conference, service projects, hosting speakers on issues of interest to students, and promoting social work during Social Work Month. Schedule of club meetings varies by semester. All social work majors are members of the club.

For further information contact Dr. Beth Vogler (689-1303), Social Work Department, 209 Founders Hall, or by email.

Advocates for Criminal Justice Club (ACJ)

The Advocates for Criminal Justice Club (ACJ) is a student-led organization established to give students an opportunity to network with each other about the many issues associated with the study of crime and justice, to meet with professionals from the criminal justice or related fields, and to provide service learning opportunities in the local community. ACJ is open to criminal justice and non-criminal justice students alike and there are no membership dues associated with the club. Meetings are held at least monthly and most include professional, guest speakers. Announcements about ACJ meetings are posted regularly on the MHU announcement page. Students interested in additional information about ACJ should contact Dr. Barbara Sims, ACJ Faculty Adviser, Cornwell 316, or by email.

Student Advisory Committee

Adult and Graduate Studies Student Advisory Committee is made up of undergraduate students from each of the academic disciplines that we serve. Selected students from each class site participate. The student led committee meets twice each year to review and discuss their experiences with the program. Of course, we welcome their positive feedback, what is working well, but more importantly we ask them to help us identify areas of improvement, what is not working well. We choose students for the committee who have demonstrated academic success and students who will give us constructive feedback. We ask them to help us find solutions to address the areas of improvement whenever possible.

The National Society of Leadership and Success

The National Society of Leadership and Success is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. The Society offers life-changing lectures from the nation’s leading presenters and a community where like-minded success oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed. The Society also serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world. Our mission is to build leaders who make a better world.
For more information contact Kelly Thomas or visit our Facebook page.