Student organizations (ormawa) at the faculty level consist of the Faculty Student Council (DMF) legislative body and the executive branch of the Student Executive Board (BEMFA), while at the department level is the Department Student Association (HMJ). This organization is a vehicle and means of self-development for students towards broadening their horizons, increasing intellectualism and personal integrity in addressing the problems of the campus, society and the nation. Thus, it plays a very large role in designing, implementing, and coordinating extracurricular activities in order to provide optimal benefits for all students.
Student coaching and service activities cover the fields of reasoning, interests and talents, organization, and welfare. In an integrated manner, these coaching and service activities are carried out by Ormawa under the guidance of extracurricular lecturers in the coordination of the Vice Dean III assisted by administrative staff for student affairs of the Faculty of Letters.