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Service Organizations
African-American History Association (currently inactive)
The African-American History Association is an organization to increase awareness of African-American contributions to the development of our country by providing the Athens State University community with a social, moral, intellectual and cultural agenda of African-American history and life. Membership is open to all administrators, faculty, staff and students of Athens State University.

ASSIST – Student United Way
ASSIST – Student United Way is a student-led community change organization on college and university campuses. The primary functions of the organization are to give, advocate, and volunteer in the areas of education, income, and health. The organization helps student members grow as leaders, connect to the community, and build lasting relationships with each other and the United Way effort. For more information contact Guy McClure by email or by phone at (256)233-8296.

Athenian Ambassadors
The Athenian Ambassadors are the official hosts and hostesses for Athens State University, and serve as the face of the University on campus and within the greater Athens State community. Members serve as representatives for the University, greet distinguished guests, and assist with campus and Alumni events. For more information contact Chelsea Love by email or call (256) 233-8185.

Heritage Reading Council
The Heritage Reading Council is a local affiliate of the Alabama Reading Association and the International Reading Association which promotes literacy and literacy education. The organization is open to preservice teachers, inservice teachers, librarians, administrators, parents, and lay persons interested in reading as a means of learning and as the worthy use of leisure time. The organization is open to all Athens State University students and encourages their membership. For more information contact Dr. Cathy Woodruff by email or call (256) 216-6614.

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