The clubs and organizations of the Harrisburg Campus provide an opportunity for students with a common interest to form a membership group and develop activities/events that form a sense of community. Clubs and organizations are active throughout the year.
Representative from each club participate in the Inter-Club Council (ICC), a coordinating body functioning to promote the overall coordination and support of student organizations. The Inter-Club Council is the governing body for all clubs. The roles of the ICC are designed to:
- To help more students participate in and have contact with the SGA and associated student activities, thereby creating stronger student organizations.
- To coordinate activities and social events with the organizations that more students might participate.
- To be a place where the individual student organization can bring its problems, and receive help, information, ideas, and encouragement.
Below are the currently active clubs and organizations:
- Programming Board
- S.P.B. - Student Programming Board
- Career Interest Organizations
- Architecture and Construction Club
- Culinary Club
- Engineering and Technology Club
- Nursing Students Association
- Phi Beta Lambda (Business Club)
- Student American Dental Hygienist Association
- Surgical Technology Club
Special Interest Organizations
- AASA -(African American Student Association)
- Allies: We Are G.L.O.W.
- American Sign Language (ASL) Club
- Ceramics Club
- Christian Student Fellowship
- Dramatic Arts Club
- Glass Club
- HACCJACC (Japanese Animation Culture Club)
- HAMEC (Harrisburg Media Entertainment Club)
- International Awareness Club
- Islamic Ummah Club
- LINKED (Learning in New Kinds of Educational Diversity)
- Mosaico Club
- Social Inquiry/Social Action Club (SISA)
- Society for Student Designers (SSD)
- Student Team Improv Comedy Klub (STICK)
- Honor Societies
- Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, Alpha Nu Omega Chapter (Honors Society - by invitation only)
- Student Publications
- The Fourth Estate - The Student Newspaper
- The Wildwood Journal
New clubs are formed in response to student interest. The clubs’ offices are located in C103C in the Cooper Student Center. If you wish to contact any club about joining, or if you wish to offer an idea, all organizations have mailboxes in C-103C and messages may be left there. Can’t find a club or an organization that matches your special interest? Students can request to begin a new Student Club/ Organization by contacting the Office of Student Life, C-107C.
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