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Student participation in professional and social clubs and organizations is promoted as an important part of their University experience and education at A.T. Still University (ATSU). Service to others is a major component of co-curricular activities and student involvement contributes to a balance of their mind, body, and spirit.
As a graduate and professional degree granting institution, ATSU prides itself on the extent its students are voluntarily involved in social, recreational, and personal development activities outside of the formal classroom. These opportunities help meet the University's mission to nurture caring, compassionate students who graduate with a high degree of integrity.
For information on gaining official recognition status for a student organization, please refer to the 2012-13 Organization Guidebook. If you have further questions, please email your questions to MOStudentAffairs@atsu.edu.