Clubs & Organizations


Alpha Lambda Delta

A national honor society for students who have maintained a 3.5 or higher GPA and are in the top 20% of their class during their first year or term.

Alpha Sigma Lambda

Alpha Sigma Lambda is a national honor society for adult students in continuing higher education that:

  • Recognizes academic achievement.
  • Provides additional opportunities for academic engagement.
  • Promotes socialization and support of fellow adult students.
  • Initiates networking among student and alumni.
  • Serves as an avenue for volunteer service.

Find out more about Alpha Sigma Lambda here.

The Art Education Club

This club prepares art education majors for careers in teaching art.

Bible Study Club

A club for students who wish to learn more about Jesus Christ and grow in their faith through study, discussions and Christian fellowship.

Biology Club

A club for students to increase their understanding of all aspects of biological sciences through campus and community involvement.

Business Club

Business Club consists of business majors on campus that work together for a variety of different tasks. Fundraising as well as organizing on campus activities for the student body are both fundamental keys to what business club strives to each year. The business club has two branches which fall under it, AMA (American Marketing Association) and SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management). AMA is open to marketing majors and SHRM is open to human resource majors. However, all of the branches work together in order to form a highly functional club as a whole.

Cafe Politika

A club to spread awareness about global politics by involving the entire Seton Hill community in open conversations. Events consist of café-like forums that allow students to engage intellectually outside of the classroom.

Chemistry Club – American Chemistry Society (ACS) Student Affiliate

The purpose and mission of the Chemistry Club is to embrace the value of service to the university and to the community by conducting outreach programs which promote science education. The goals and objectives for the academic year are to hold meetings and club activities, to participate in fundraising activities to support club activities and to send members to a national chemistry conference, and to hold science and chemistry related demonstrations and outreach on campus and in the community.

College Democrats

A club for students to interact with the political community, register voters and participate in government.

Collegiate Entrepreneur's Organization

The CEO club (or Entrepreneur's Club) is dedicated to lending a helping hand to those clubs in need of entrepreneurial guidance. All students, alumni, faculty and staff are welcome to join. In addition to club project collaboration, CEO inspires the entrepreneurial spirit within the SHU community through speakers, workshops and hands-on experience.

Computer Science

A club that presents an environment for students to learn and discuss popular and advanced topics that pertain to computer science and similar technical disciplines.

Dance Club

The Dance Club is a group that meets to enjoy and experience dance. Open to all levels of dance. Annual performance in the HC Parade, Night on Haunted Hill, Race for Grace Charity Event and more.

The Dance Club Performance Team (DCPT) is an audition based group that branches off of the Dance Club. These dancers must be at a proficient to advanced level. Auditions will be held in the fall. SHU DCPT performs at the Homecoming Parade, Christmas Parade, basketball games and other sports events, and competitions in the spring.

dZine it: Graphic Design Club

The Graphic Design Club does graphic design work for other groups and people on campus. 

Education Club

The Education Club focuses on working with children in local communities.  The Education Club plans events that get children from the local community to come together at fun and creative events! The Education Club works with local school districts around Greensburg to get the opportunity to work with students in the communities.  Every year in the fall, the Education Club volunteers at the Pumpkin Walk in Greensburg.

Eye Contact

A student-run award-winning literary and art magazine that publishes two editions per academic year.

Feminist Collective

A group for students who wish to come together to discuss and advocate gender equality through campus and community involvement.

Forensic Science Club

This is a club for forensic science majors and other students interested in forensic science. We participate in forensic science related activities such as forensic science conferences and other educational opportunities as well as fun, morale building activities like Kennywood's Fright Night, movie nights, and a Valentine's Day haunted house.

French Club

A club for students who wish to practice the French language, enjoy French culture, and celebrate French holidays.

Gay Straight Alliance

This club’s goal is to create a safe and welcoming community for all students and to promote an inclusive environment.

Intercultural Student Organization

A club for students that are interested in developing global citizenship, leadership and spiritual development.

Lambda Pi Eta

The National Communication Association's official honor society that recognizes, fosters and rewards outstanding scholastic achievement while stimulating interest in the communication discipline.

Lion's Club

The campus chapter of the international Lions Club; committed to community service.


The Make-A-Wish club benefits not only the child sponsored, but every club participant involved.  Our mission is to provide Seton Hill students with an opportunity to change the life of a child in need and their family, as well.  We put on different activities around campus from concerts to campus wide interactive games.  In addition, we also put on fundraisers to further benefit the child at hand.

Music Therapy Club

The Music Therapy Club provides opportunities to Music Therapy majors, as well as anyone else that would like to join, to learn more about the field of Music Therapy.  It offers those involved to gain a better understanding of what Music Therapy is and how it can be used.  It also lets club members give music to the community through concerts and visits to local businesses that could benefit from Music Therapy.  In addition to this, Music Therapy Club hopes to advocate for Music Therapy and raise awareness for the profession.


This club is intended for music education students. The main focus of this group is fundraising and attending the state PMEA conference that is held yearly at a different location in Pennsylvania. This club also promotes and finances different informational workshops and activities for music students.

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
This club is a campus branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Nutrition and Dietetics Club
Our club is dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of the Seton Hill community.  We encourage healthy lifestyles and promote nutritious snacks and meals.
Olympic Weightlifting Club

A club to increase the awareness and practice of Olympic weightlifting.

Pennsylvania Music Teachers' Association (PMTA)

Collegiate chapter state organization. Focuses on the professional development of music students wishing to run a private studio, or teach in a public studio. Club activities include attending local, statewide, and national conferences, communicating with and learning from current private music instructors, and gaining resources and pedagogical strategies.

Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants (PSPA)

The goal of the PSPA Program is to spread community health awareness and well-being through service projects and fundraisers such as blood pressure screenings, bake sales and food drives.

Project H.O.P.E. (Social Work Club)

Project H.O.P.E. is a social work and human services club. The club focuses on assisting members of our community that are less fortunate than ourselves. Activities include special guest speakers, trips to the men's mission in Latrobe, helping with special events at Caritas Christi and other organizations in our community.

Psi Chi

A club for students interested in psychology.

Psychology Club

The purpose/mission of the Psychology Club is to promote and educate members about the different career opportunities available in the field of psychology and also to identify and act upon opportunities to help the community.

Red Cross Club

Service organization to inform students and staff about the services of the Red Cross.  The club also encourages students and staff to become involved is the Red Cross events on campus.

Respect Life

A club to promote educational events that promote respect for human life.

The Seton Hill Chess Club

A club for those who wish to participate in the great game of chess.

Seton Hill Math Club

The Math Club’s goal is to celebrate mathematics in the Seton Hill community.

Seton Hill Ultimate Frisbee Club

A fun way to be active while enjoying time with friends and playing frisbee!

Seton Hill University Hockey Club

A club that offers students an opportunity to participate and support the game of hockey at Seton Hill.

Seton Hill University MENC Chapter

The Seton Hill University Chapter of the National Association for Music Education (formerly Music Educators National Conference).


The Setonian is Seton Hill's student newspaper. Students produce 12 issues per year (10 during the regular academic year, a graduation magazine, and a summer issue).

SHGA Executive Board

Seton Hill students have an important share in the government of the University and have voting representation on some university committees. Participation in student government offers students the opportunity to develop a sense of social responsibility and the habit of contributing to society. The Seton Hill Government Association is a working system of self-government, through which students learn not only the advantages but also the difficulties and trials of community living.


SHU CRU is an athletic supporters and school spirit group.

SHU Running Club

A club to promote healthy lifestyle, fitness and recreation in the lives of members of the Seton Hill community through running.

SHU Student Veterans Club

Community group to assist student veterans to aculturalize to the college setting.


A club for students to create awareness of a regional issue through the collaboration of the Seton Hill University and Greensburg communities by developing events to educate and raise funds.


The purpose of the Seton Hill University Student is to promote, foster, and create lifelong leadership of and philanthropic commitment to Seton Hill University for students, alumni, friends, parents, staff and faculty.  Student Ambassadors strive to improve the quality of the University through professionalism, dedicated service, and a direct partnership with the Office of Institutional Advancement.

Sigma Tau Delta

The purposes of the Society shall be literary and educational. The Society shall strive to:

A) Confer distinction for high achievement in English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies;
B) Provide, through its local chapters, cultural stimulation on college campuses and promote interest in literature and the English language in the surrounding communities;
C) Foster all aspects of the discipline of English, including literature, language and writing.

Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Seton Hill’s Chapter of this international association for Human Resource professionals is also a sub-chapter of the Seton Hill Business Club. This club competes in an HR competition and also mentors younger students with interest in the field of human resources.

Spanish Club

Spanish Club offers cultural programs each year for all SHU Students. Plans for 2013-2014 include a Bachata Dance Party (Homecoming 2013), Authentic Spanish Tapas night at Pallantia in Greensburg, and a Cuban Dinner and Cooking demonstration by our own Cuban Chef here on campus.


The Seton Hill Chapter of the student-led division of United to End Genocide supports a film series and coordinates other events to raise awareness of genocide and human rights issues.

Student Art Therapy Association

An organization to connect art therapy students and to provide events, workshops and presentations about art therapy. 

Student Body Activities Council

The Student-Body Activity Council (SAC) is a fully student run organization that provides a wide variety of free to low cost entertaining and social events on the weekends for the students of Seton Hill University, while promoting leadership and team-bonding opportunities among students.

Student Theatre Activities Council (STAC)

The Student Theatre Activities Council of Seton Hill University is an organization that provides theatrical production and performance opportunities, support for independent projects and a link to the theatre honor society, Alpha Psi Omega.

Students In The Arts

Students in the Arts (SITA) is a club established to further the exposure to the arts outside of the general degree curriculum. The club is open to any student, including non-majors who wish to participate in art oriented activities such as: trips to museums and galleries, inviting visiting artists, creativity nights, assisting with campus events and art sales.

Vet Art Project

The Vet Art Project provides opportunities for veterans and their families to work in collaboration with artists to create art about war and service, and to foster discussion about how war and service affect us all.