Clubs and Organizations

Clubs and Organizations

While the academic aspect of the college experience takes place inside the classroom, the Office of Campus Events promotes co-curricular activities that occur outside the classroom. Many interesting and exciting opportunities for student involvement through student organizations, campus events, leadership development, conferences, and much more are offered. Students are encouraged to add to their collegiate experience by proposing new clubs, organizations, participating in educational programs, and creating new events.

Therefore, the Office of Campus Events strives to support students by providing opportunities for the enhancement of academic, cultural, social, and recreational aspects of student life. Located in The Downbeat Student Center, the Campus Events staff are integrally involved with much of campus life, performances and programs and supporting the students holistically along their college journey.


Student Government Association (SGA)

The Student Government Association serves as a voice of the students to the faculty and administration. Students can get involved through their organizations and committees. All recognized clubs and organizations fall under the jurisdiction of the Student Government Association (SGA).

The SGA is the elected representative student body of the campus and is responsible for creating many of the policy-making decisions that affect clubs, organizations and student life. The SGA consists of a variety of positions from a member at large to committee chairs and is overseen by the Office of Student Activities.