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Panhellenic Council [Website] [-]
The Panhellenic Council consists of members from national sororities and women's fraternities here at SU. The purpose is to inform others about the growing Greek community on campus and to work together toward a common goal. A formal membership recruitment period enables them to promote opportunities for the development of undergraduates through membership in women's fraternities/sororities. Also, various fundraisers, socials, and community service projects are conducted throughout the year.
 
  • Panhellenic Council [Website]
  • President: Hallie Barnes
  • President Email: supanhel@gmail.com
  • Contact:
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  • Email: supanhel@gmail.com
  • Location: Scarborough Student Leadership Center
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Passion for Fashion [Website] [-]
Pashion 4 Fashion Models Incorporated was established under Salisbury University's Multicultural Student Services in 2001. Every semester we produce fashion shows, which range from high fashion couture to everyday apparel. Not only do we rip the runway, we participate in numerous community service projects on and off campus. Our mission as an organization is to give women and men the opportunity to express his or herself in a fashionable and creative way down the runway.
 
  • Passion for Fashion [Website]
  • President: Deioni Croom
  • President Email: Dc75789@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Queeneth Ordu
  • Phone: 410-548-4503
  • Email: qordu1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Location:
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
People for International Peace (PIP) (Website not available) [-]

 
  • President: Diana Mitchell
  • President Email: dm67933@students.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Shawn McEntee
  • Phone:
  • Email: smxmcentee@salisbury.edu
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If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Pep Band [Website] [-]
Our club participates on events on campus predominantly sports events such as football and basketball. We play a variety of music while sitting in the stands of such events and help to excite the audience and show off our school spirit.
 
  • Pep Band [Website]
  • President: Nicole Hamrick
  • President Email: nh62417@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Lawrence Knier
  • Phone: 410-543-6000
  • Email: leknier@alisbury.edu
  • Location:
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Phi Alpha (Website not available) [-]
Phi Alpha's purpose is to distinguish and promote academic achievement in the social work program at SU and to stimulate interest in preparation for a career in social work.
 
  • Phi Alpha (Website not available)
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If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Phi Alpha Theta (Website not available) [-]
The Eta Iota Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta international honor society in history was established in 1959 to serve the needs of those students who have maintained a high scholastic average and who are interested in the further study and teaching of history.  Membership is restricted to juniors and seniors.  Notification of eligibility is given by the organization.
 
  • Phi Alpha Theta (Website not available)
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If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Phi Beta Lambda [Website] [-]
To prepare students to enter the business world. To prepare and compete in state and national competitions. To create networks with other PBL chapters and business professionals
 
  • Phi Beta Lambda [Website]
  • President: Frances Sherlock
  • President Email: fsherlock1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Jerome DeRidder
  • Phone: 410-543-6326
  • Email: jjderidder@salisbury.edu
  • Location: PH 241
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Phi Epsilon Kappa (Website not available) [-]
Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity is a national professional fraternity for persons engaged in or pursuing careers in health, physical education, recreation, or safety. Membership is open to persons interested in the purposes of the Fraternity and in providing time and energy for the benefit of the areas which include: physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine and sports management. Existing collegiate and alumni chapters invite individuals to become members.
 
  • Phi Epsilon Kappa (Website not available)
  • President: Sarah Long
  • President Email: sl01732@students.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Carol Wood
  • Phone: 83256
  • Email: cawood@salisbury.edu
  • Location: CH 125
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Phi Mu [Website] [-]
Phi Mu is the second oldest sorority in the National Panhellenic Conference. It was established at SU in 1988. To each of its members being a Phi Mu means having true friends to return to each semester, as well as a place to find support and assistance when needed. Our chapter is dedicated to providing an opportunity for shaping goals, learning leadership skills, and sharing ideas. In addition, Phi Mu's enjoy an active social life. Phi Mu participates in local community service as well as national philanthropic projects such as the Children's Miracle Network. The sisterhood in Phi Mu is a bond that lasts a lifetime.
 
  • Phi Mu [Website]
  • President: Grace Schutschkow
  • President Email: gs10369@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Maryanne Brown
  • Phone: 410-677-5303
  • Email: mebrown@salisbury.edu
  • Location: SCAR 102
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Philosophical Society [Website] [-]
The Philosophical Society actively seeks to arouse on-campus passion for ideas and enthusiasm for thinking about provocative issues. It is dedicated to the proposition that learning in not equivalent to memorizing textbooks but requires asking extraordinary questions. Its regular colloquia includes an annual lecture series, informal social gatherings, and occasional trips to philosophical meetings.
 
  • Philosophical Society [Website]
  • President:
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  • Contact: Dr. Richard England
  • Phone: 410-677-3718
  • Email: testock@salisbury.edu
  • Location: PL 103
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Photography Club (Website not available) [-]

 
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  • Contact: Carol Goldhagen
  • Phone: 410-677-5446
  • Email: cdgoldhagen@salisbury.edu
  • Location: SA 202
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Physics Club (Website not available) [-]

 
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If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Pi Gamma Mu (Website not available) [-]
Pi Gamma Mu is an international honor society in the social sciences. To qualify for membership, a student must be a junior, senior, or graduate student in the upper 35 percent of the class; have at least 20 semester hours in one or more of the five core areas (economics, history, international relations, political science, sociology/anthropology) and in some other social  science disciplines such as social psychology, criminal justice or human geography; and have a GPA of a "B" or better. Membership and leadership in the collegiate chapter  are shared equally between faculty and students. Pi Gamma Mu gives recognition to good scholarship and actively promotes it all year long through enriching activities, service projects, a scholarship program and a lectureship program.
 
  • Pi Gamma Mu (Website not available)
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If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Pi Lambda Phi [Website] [-]
Pi Lambda Phi was originally founded in 1895. Pi Lamb is a non-sectarian and non-hazing fraternity. It was founded at Salisbury State in the spring of 1986. Pi Lamb offers friendship, a rewarding social life, and a tremendous potential for growth. Pi Lambda Phi: It's not four years, but a lifetime.
 
  • Pi Lambda Phi [Website]
  • President: N/A
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If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Ping Pong Club (Website not available) [-]

 
  • President: Dana Young
  • President Email: dy04965@students.salsibury.edu
  • Contact: Daniel Palenchar
  • Phone: 410-546-6215
  • Email: djpalenchar@salisbury.edu
  • Location: HH 391
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Pinky Promise [Website] [-]
Pinky Promise is a movement dedicated to connecting, uplifting, guiding and encourgaing women to honor God with their life in any and all things they do. It is a promise to honor God with their bodies, their relationships, their marriages, and their actions, all for God's Glory
 
  • Pinky Promise [Website]
  • President: Lynly Meunier
  • President Email: lm75756@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Dr. Tammy Donoway
  • Phone: 410-548-5564
  • Email: tldonaway@salisbury.edu
  • Location: PH 128
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
POMS Dance Team [Website] [-]
We perform at football, basketball and lacrosse halftime shows as well as pep rallies and other on campus events! Twitter: @salisburypoms Instagram: @supoms
 
  • POMS Dance Team [Website]
  • President: Sara Bache
  • President Email: sbache1@gulls.salisbuy.edu
  • Contact: Dawn Harner
  • Phone: 410-543-6070
  • Email: DAHARNER@salisbury.edu
  • Location: GUC 263
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Psychology Club [Website] [-]
Psychology Club is open to ALL students, regardless of their major, who are interested in becoming involved in an academic and social organization at Salisbury University.The club is designed to facilitate students' knowledge about the field of psychology, post-graduate, and career choices in psychology. Additionally, the club assists students in gaining volunteer experience in different community service events, learning about graduate school, and meeting new friends.
 
  • Psychology Club [Website]
  • President: Princi Kovacs
  • President Email: rkovacs1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Dr. Craig Clarke
  • Phone: 410-543-6530
  • Email: jcclarke@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Holloway Hall (HH) 318
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) [Website] [-]
Our Mission: To serve our members by enhancing their knowledge of public relations and providing access to professional development opportunities. To serve the public relations profession by helping to develop highly qualified, well prepared professionals.
 
  • Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) [Website]
  • President: Sharona Russell
  • President Email: srussell1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Paul Scovell
  • Phone: 410-543-6240
  • Email: pescovell@salisbury.edu
  • Location: FH 260
If you have questions or comments about this organization or its website, please contact any of the people listed above (if available) or Ann Obert (agobert@salisbury.edu). Thank you.


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Fraternities and Sororities: 

  • Click here for SU Fraternities and Sororities
  • Click here for Greek Administrative/Leadership Staff
  • Click here for Inter-Fraternity Council
  • Click here for Pan-Hellenic Council
  • Click here for Order of Omega

Multicultural Student Affairs Office and Student Officers:

  • Click here for staff and student leaders
  • Academic Honors Societies:

    Alpha Sigma Lambda - No website

    Alpha Sigma Lambda, established in 1992, is the honor society for adult learners. According to national guidelines, invitation to ASL is based on academic performance, age 25 years or older, four semester part-time and two semester full-time residency at SU and completion of 30 credit hours (15 of which must be outside a students major). Eligible students are notified each spring semester.

    Beta Alpha Psi - Click here for website.

    As the premier professional business and financial information fraternity, Beta Alpha Psi recognizes academic excellence and complements members formal education by providing interaction among students, faculty and professionals, and fosters life-long growth, service and ethical conduct.  BAΨ is a national scholastic and professional accounting, finance and M.I.S. honor society.  Scholars in these fields are recognized by achieving a 3.0 overall grade point average.

    Beta Beta BetaStudents in front of house. -Click here for the website.

    The purpose of Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society is to function as an honor and professional society for students of the biological sciences. Its activities shall be designed to stimulate interest, scholarly attainment and investigation in the biological sciences and to promote the dissemination of information and new interpretations among students of the life sciences.

    Beta Gamma Sigma -Click here for the website.

    The mission of Beta Gamma Sigma is to encourage and honor academic achievement and personal excellence in the study and practice of business. It is the only scholastic honor society recognized by the International Association of Management Education (AACSB). Membership is open to both M.B.A. students and undergraduate students with a major in accounting, business administration or management information systems who are tapped by the Perdue School of Business. To be tapped, undergraduate students in their junior year must be in the top 7 percent of their class or seniors in the top 10 percent of their class. M.B.A. students must be in the top 20 percent of their class. Of approximately 300,000 students receiving M.B.A. accounting, business administration or management information systems degrees nationally in any given year, approximately 15,000 are tapped for membership in Beta Gamma Sigma.

    Gamma Theta Upsilon -Click here for the student website.
    -Click here for the department website.

    The Zeta Eta chapter of Gamma Theta Upsilon, an international honor society in geography, was established at SU in 1980 to recognize scholarly achievement and to foster professional growth and geographic research. Junior or senior geography   majors are eligible for membership by completing at least 18 credit hours of geography with a minimum grade point average of 3.25 and an overall grade point average of 3.0.

    Notification of eligibility is given by the organization to prospective members.

    Honors Student Association

    The purpose of the Honors Student Association is to provide students with cultural, intellectual and social activities outside of the classroom setting and to promote community service.  The group also serves as a liaison between students enrolled in the Bellavance Honors Program and the Honors Program Committee. It makes recommendations for honors course offerings and advises the committee on matters relating to program requirements and changes.

    Kappa Delta Pi

    The Rho Eta chapter of Kappa Delta Pi promotes excellence in and recognizes outstanding contributions to education.  This honor society endeavors to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship and growth among its members. Qualifications for membership are academic achievement and leadership in education.

    Lambda Beta Honor Society for Respiratory Care

    The Lambda Beta Honor Society for Respiratory Care at SU was formed to bring together those who are interested in a career in respiratory care. The purpose of the honor society is to promote, recognize and honor scholarship, achievement, service and character of students, graduates and faculty members of the SU Respiratory Therapy Program. Junior and senior student members are available to mentor those wishing to pursue a career in respiratory care. Students will be invited to become members of the SU chapter of Lambda Beta after completing the first semester as a respiratory major with a GPA of 3.0. Students in the top 25 percent of their class will be inducted into the national level of Lambda Beta during the spring semester of their senior year.

    Lambda Iota Tau

    Lambda Iota Tau is an honor society designed to recognize English majors who have achieved scholastic excellence.  The Delta Psi chapter of Lambda Iota Tau was chartered in July 1976 and has inducted members every year since. To qualify, English majors must earn 55 or more credit hours at SU, attain at least a 3.1 grade point average in 12 or more hours of literature a English, and maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average. Those majors meeting such qualifications will be invited to submit initiation papers. Those whose papers meet chapter standards will become members of Lambda Iota Tau.

    Lambda Pi Eta

    Lambda Pi Eta is the official undergraduate communications honor society of the National Communication Association.  Its purpose is to recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement, stimulate interest in the field of communication  studies, and to promote and encourage professional development among communication majors. 

    Omicron Delta Kappa

    Omicron Delta Kappa is a national leadership honor society for college students that recognize and encourage superior scholarship, leadership, and exemplary character. The society also recognizes achievement in athletics, campus or community service, social and religious activities, speech and the mass media and the creative and performing arts.

    Phi Alpha - Click here for the department website.

    The Chi Eta chapter of the social work honor society encourages high scholastic attainment, provides a closer bond among students of social work and promotes humanitarian goals and ideas.

    Phi Alpha Theta

    The Eta Iota chapter of Phi Alpha Theta international honor society in history was established in 1959 to serve the needs of those students who have maintained a high scholastic average and who are interested in the further study and teaching of history. Membership is restricted to juniors and seniors. Notification of eligibility is given by the organization.

    Phi Epsilon Kappa

    The Epsilon Theta chapter of the Phi Epsilon Kappa Physical Education Honors Fraternity is an organization dedicated to improve the recognition of physical education and interests of the profession in an academic community.

    Phi Eta Sigma

    Phi Eta Sigma is a national honor society whose goal is to encourage and reward academic excellence among freshmen in institutions of higher learning. Freshmen are invited to join if their cumulative grade point average at the end of the fall or spring semester of their first year is 3.6 or higher. Membership is recognition of personal accomplishment and serves as an incentive for continued high scholarship. It provides members the opportunity to meet freshmen scholars from all academic disciplines and to join them in promoting academic excellence. Members may apply for scholarships available from national and local chapters. Click here for website.

    Phi Kappa Phi

    Phi Kappa Phi is an international honor society with a local chapter on the SU campus. It fosters and recognizes outstanding scholarship in students from all areas of instruction. It is the only honor society which moves across the lines that traditionally separate the diverse academic disciplines. Juniors and seniors invited to membership must rank in the upper brackets of their graduating class. Those eligible for induction are notified during the academic year.

    Phi Sigma Tau

    The Maryland Zeta chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, an international honor society in philosophy, considers its organization instrumental in the day-to-day existence of the University. It serves as a means for developing and honoring academic excellence as well as philosophical interest. In addition to providing a means of awarding distinction to students having high scholarship and interest in philosophy, the society also promotes interest in philosophy among the general collegiate public.  The society gives notification of eligibility.

    Pi Gamma Mu

    Pi Gamma Mu is an international honor society in the social sciences. To qualify for membership, a student must be a junior, senior or graduate student in the upper 35 percent of the class; have at least 20 semester hours in one or more of the five core areas (economics, history, international relations, political science, sociology/anthropology) and in some other social science disciplines such as social psychology, criminal justice or human geography; and have a GPA of a B or better.  Membership and leadership in the collegiate chapter are shared equally between faculty and students. Pi Gamma Mu gives recognition to good scholarship and actively promotes it all year long through enriching activities, service projects, a scholarship program and a lectureship program.

    Pi Sigma Alpha

    The Pi Xi chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, a national honor society in political science, was established in 1987 to recognize the scholarly achievement of outstanding political science students. To qualify for membership, a student must complete 18 hours of political science courses, be a junior or senior, have a 3.0 overall grade point average and have a 3.25 grade point average in political science courses.

    Psi Chi

    Psi Chi, a national honor society in psychology, was founded in 1929. The Salisbury chapter was established in 1974 to advance the science of psychology and to encourage, stimulate and maintain scholarship of its members in all fields, particularly psychology. The requirements for membership in Psi Chi start with the completion of 12 semester hours in psychology and satisfying grade point requirements.

    Sigma Delta Pi

    Sigma Delta Pi is the largest foreign language honor society in existence and is accredited by the Association of College Honor Societies. To become a member, a student must have completed three years of college-level Spanish, including at least three semester hours in Hispanic literature or Hispanic culture with a minimal grade point average of 3.0 in all Spanish courses and a cumulative grade point average of 3.0.

    Sigma Iota Epsilon -Click here for websiteStudent group exercise

    Sigma Iota Epsilon is a national honorary and professional fraternity affiliated with the Academy of Management. The Epsilon Pi chapter recognizes achievement in management scholarship and professional development. Scholars majoring in a management field are recognized by achieving a 3.3 overall
    grade point average. Professional recognition can be achieved through a combination of management study, development activities approved by the chapter and grade point average.

    Sigma Theta Tau -Click here for departmental website.

    Sigma Theta Tau, the international nursing honor society, recognizes excellence in scholarship, leadership and research in nursing. To qualify for membership in SUs Lambda Eta chapter, an undergraduate student must have completed one-half of the nursing curriculum, rank in the upper 35 percent of the graduating class and demonstrate potential for or achievement in nursing leadership. A graduate student is required to have a 3.5 GPA, to have completed one-fourth of the program of study and have potential for leadership in the nursing profession.

    Student Organization Advisors, Meeting Times, Websites:

    Perdue:

    American Marketing Association

    • Every other Thursday, 3:30pm- Holloway 114
    • Click here for student website
    • Faculty Advisor: Dr. Debbie Easterling, Management & Marketing

    Beta Alpha Psi

    • BAΨ is a national scholastic and professional accounting, finance and M.I.S. honor society
    • Click here for student website.
    • Faculty Advisor: Dr. Bob Dombrowski, Accounting & Legal Studies

    Economics Society

    • Click here for student website.

    Financial Management Association (FMA)

    • No website
    • Faculty Advisor: Dr. Kashi Khazeh, Economics & Finance

    Institute Management of Accountants (IMA)

    • No website
    • Faculty Advisor: Dr. Douglas Marshall, Accounting & Legal Studies

    Omicron Delta Epsilon

    • International honors society of economics.
    • Click here for student website.
    • Faculty Advisor: Dr. Dustin Chambers, Economics & Finance

    Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

    • Click here for student website.
    • Faculty Advisor:  Dr. Thomas Calo, Management & Marketing

    Click here for a listing of the business school organizations and faculty contacts.

    Seidel:

    Education Club

    • 1st & 3rd Tuesday of every month, 4pm -Caruthers 111
    • Click here for student website.

    The Social Work Club

    • Click here for departmental website.

    Henson

    Chemical Society

    • Click here for student website.

    Math and Computer Science Club

    • Click here for student website.

    Student Nurses Association

    • Click here for student website.

    Other:

    Girls On Top (G.O.T.)

    • Sundays, 8:30pm- Fulton 111
    • No website.

    StarNet Society

    • Fridays, 4pm -Fireside Lounge
    • No website.

    Salisbury Activists for Gender Equality (SAGE)

    • Wednesdays, 8PM -GUC 232 (Manokin Room)
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