Seton Hill University Clubs and Organizations
Clubs and organizations are open to all students at Seton Hill and are a great way to make new friends. The Seton Hill Student Government Association holds an Involvement Fair at the beginning of each academic year, where students have the opportunity to learn about the many clubs and organizations available at Seton Hill and meet the students involved in each. Some clubs are so popular they've become a tradition at Seton Hill, while new clubs are created by students, faculty and staff members every year.
2015 - 2016 Student Clubs, Societies and Organizations
Active Minds at Seton Hill University
Alpha Sigma Lambda
National honor society for adult students.
Best of Buddies
Creates bonds with students having disabilities while promoting awareness and respect for others.
Oversees Seton Hill chapters of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and American Marketing Association (AMA) and other business-related activities.
Class of 2017
Class officers for the Class of 2017.
Students meeting weekly to learn relaxation and meditation techniques.
Provides professional development and academic opportunities for communication majors, minors, and students with a serious interest in the communication field.
Dietetics majors and others with an interest in not only the nutritional aspect of food, but in the community need for healthful, nutritious food as well.
Provides extracurricular opportunities, service opportunities, networking and other forms of professional development for those students who want to enhance their careers as professional educators.
Seton Hill chapter of international community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world.
Students from all majors with a love of English.
Exercise Science Club
Exercise science majors working together to promote increased physical actitivity for all students.
Eye Contact Magazine
Student-led creative art and literary magazine.
Fellowship Of Christian Athletes
Interdenominational Christian sports ministry.
Forensic Science Club
Group of students interested in French language and Francophone cultures.
Future Greek Leaders
Works to obtain Greek Life on campus while taking part in philanthropic activities.
Gaelic Football (Irish Football)
Educates students about Irish culture while teaching them how to play the sport.
Promotes diversity and the innate value of all humankind in accordance with Catholic Social Teaching.
Graphic Design Club
Provides opportunities for those who want to present themselves artistically to the local community through their artwork, designs, and ideas.
Griffin Advantage Promotional Club
Promotes the Griffin Advantage Program, through which local restaurants and businesses provide discounts to Seton Hill students, faculty and staff.
Griffins @ Work Club
Coordinates yearly Seton Hill Habitat for Humanity service trip.
Holy Cannoli Club
Provides students with a safe, clean environment to develop lasting baking skills, make friends and eat delicious confectionary creations.
Human Rights Club
In the tradition of the White Rose Society, a nonviolent student resistance group in Nazi Germany, this club promotes awareness of human rights violations worldwide in the belief that education is the first step to change.
Leaders for Environmental Awareness and Protection
Promotes environmental awareness and University involvement in recycling initiatives.
Love Your Melon
Seton Hill club supporting national organization that funds childhood cancer research through the sale of hats that are donated to children battling cancer.
Make A Wish Club
Promotes mathematics in the Seton Hill community and builds strong ties among mathematics majors.
Multicultural and International Organization
MISO welcomes students from all backgrounds to share their cultures and experiences with the campus community.
The music education club, which promotes professional development, networking and musical experiences for music majors, specifically music education majors.
Pick-Up Soccer Club
Provides opportunities for nonathletes to participate in soccer games on a regular basis.
The Seton Hill Chapter of the Pennsylvania Music Teacher Association.
Provides opportunities for students to get together to play Pokemon and similar games.
Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Everywhere), coordinated by the Social Work Program, is open to all majors and provides opportunities to assist those in need in the surrounding community.
Seton Hill chapter of the international honor society in psychology.
Seton Hill Accounting Society
Provides a platform for accounting, business and nonbusiness majors to form professional connections within Seton Hill and beyond.
Seton Hill Chemistry Club
Seton Hill Martial Arts Club (SMAC)
Seton Hill Music Therapy Club
Provides music therapy majors (and nonmajors) with opportunities for networking, advocation, workshops and music therapy experiences.
Generates enthusiasm for extracurricular activities on campus and in the community.
SHU Dance Club
Provides a fun atmosphere for anyone who wants to be involved in dance.
SHU Feminist Collective
Provides a forum to discuss feminist topics and coordinates yearly events such as the Equal Pay Day Rally.
SHU Physician Assistant Student Society
Provides both undergraduate and graduate students in the Physician Assistant Program with opportunities for community service and attendance at statewide conferences.
SHU Sardines Club
Provides an alternative to "going out" on Saturday night by bringing students together to play games.
Seton Hill University Student Ambassadors.
Sigma Tau Delta
Seton Hill University's chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society.
The Spanish Club is for any student interested in learning about the Spanish language and Spanish-speaking culture.
Collaborates with the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education to sponsor campus events related to the Holocaust and genocide in order to raise awareness concerning international human rights issues.
Student Art Therapy Association
Student Theatre Activities Council
Provides students with various performance, backstage, and technical opportunities in the theatre department.
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
Fosters relationships within the Seton Hill community, its surrounding communities, and the PSAC while promoting a positive student-athlete image, enhancing the student-athlete experience, and protecting the welfare of all student-athletes.
Student-Body Activities Council
Creates activities and programs for students on campus.
Students in the Arts
Prepares students for life as an artist by providing gallery space and opportunities for trips to museums and exhibitions, sale of art and community service activities.
Open to students of all skill levels and abilities, this club provides an environment for Seton Hill students to get together and play tennis for fun.
Coordinates fun pickup games of volleyball throughout the week.