Alpha Phi Omega is a national co-ed service fraternity based on fraternalism and founded on the principles of the Boy Scouts of America. The organization's purpose is to develop leadership, promote friendship and to provide service to humanity. Contact Erin Klepper at (314)732-3934 for more information.

Colleges Against Cancer is affiliated with the American Cancer Society and works to raise awareness and funds for cancer research and education. Email or contact the advisor, Ashlee Roberts, at or 314-516-5291 for more information.

Helping Hands Student Organization provides mentors to assist African American student protégés who are new to the campus, those on academic probation or those who need help adjusting to college life in numerous ways. The mentors provide resource information, offer tutoring, and assist with academic, social, and career issues. Contact Bridgette Jenkins at or 314-516-6567 for more information.

Student Volunteers in Optometry Serving Humanity is a volunteer organization dedicated exclusively to providing vision care to people who are less fortunate and would not otherwise receive such care, in the United States and abroad. Contact William McAlister at or 314-516-5278 for more information.

Wellness Advocates Volunteering to Educate Students is comprised of students who work to educate the campus community, especially students, about making healthy lifestyle choices with regard to a variety of issues. This group gives students involved the opportunity to make a difference in the health and wellness of fellow students while increasing their own knowledge on health and wellness issues. Applications may be downloaded from the Wellness Resource Center website at