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Saferide [Website] [-]
Saferide is a student-run transportation service at Salisbury University, a Maryland university of national distinction. Located on the eastern shore of Maryland and primarily operating on weekend nights, Saferide works to promote safe travel for SU students and to eliminate tragedy that can often be associated with seeking unsafe means of getting home. facebook.com/susaferide twitter.com/susaferide
 
  • Saferide [Website]
  • President: Willian (Tyler) Jenkins
  • President Email: saferide@gulls.salisbury.edu;
  • Contact: Tricia Garvey Smith
  • Phone: 410-543-6125
  • Email: TGARVEYSMITH@salisbury.edu
  • Location: GUC 125D
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.
SAGE [Website] [-]
Salisbury Activists for Gender Equality (SAGE) is a group of Salisbury students and community members dedicated to combating gender inequities on a local, national, and international level. Meetings and discussions are held weekly on Wednesday nights at 8PM in the Manokin Room of the Guerrieri University Center.
 
  • SAGE [Website]
  • President: Adrienne Price
  • President Email: ap27538@students.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Sarah Case
  • Phone: 410-677-3254
  • Email: shcase@salisbury.edu
  • Location: HH 375
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.
Sales 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.
Salisbury Car Club [Website] [-]
To promote the knowledge of cars in the campus community. To deal with issues that members and non-members may have with their car. To offer guidance with anything and all things car related.
 
  • Salisbury Car Club [Website]
  • President: Braden Ryzenga
  • President Email: bryzenga1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Thomas Anderson
  • Phone: 4105436227
  • Email: Teanderson@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Fulton Hall 107A
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.
Salisbury Communications Association [Website] [-]

 
  • Salisbury Communications Association [Website]
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  • Contact: Lori DeWitt
  • Phone: 410-677-0076
  • Email: ljdewitt@salisbury.edu
  • Location: CA 264
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.
Salisbury Jayseagulls (Website not available) [-]

 
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Salisbury Paranormal Society (Website not available) [-]

 
  • President: Kelsie Abrams
  • President Email: ka12923@students.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Sarah Bretnauer
  • Phone: 410-334-2050
  • Email: manokinhalldirector@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Manokin Hall
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.
Salisbury Smasherz (Website not available) [-]
We believe that the Salisbury Smashers is a community building instrument designed to bring together members of the Salisbury University campus who enjoy playing the Super Smash Bros. video game franchise on a competitive level.
 
  • President: LaCount "JJ" Togans
  • President Email: ltogans1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Sean Cooper
  • Phone: 410-677-4683
  • Email: sgcooper@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Center for International Education (IE) 6
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.
Sangha/Eastern Religion Club [Website] [-]

 
  • Sangha/Eastern Religion Club [Website]
  • President: Danny Pisani
  • President Email: dpisani1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Dr. Joerg Tuske
  • Phone: 410-677-5369
  • Email: jptuske@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.
Scientista Foundation [Website] [-]
The Scientista Foundation is a national organization that creates content, communities, and conferences for pre-professional women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) This is a quote from the national chapter of Scientista's website. By creating a campus chapter here at Salisbury Univerisity, we seek to create a community of science students who seek to empower women in science and engineering, as well as connecting with our local, regional, and national community to do the same.
 
  • Scientista Foundation [Website]
  • President: Louise Coltharp
  • President Email: lcoltharp1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Dr. Gail S. Welsh
  • Phone: 4105485392
  • Email: gswelsh@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Henson Science Hall 305B
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.
Shooting Club (Website not available) [-]

 
  • President: Aaron Riley
  • President Email: ar72865@students.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Tara Finney
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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.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon [Website] [-]
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is the largest national fraternity and was the first Greek social fraternity founded on the SU campus. Colonization was achieved in October 1975 with a formal installation taking place November 12, 1977, at which time the Maryland Sigma Chapter was formed. The fraternity has diversified programs to enrich and broaden a student's college experience. The programs vary from strongly stressed academics, campus leadership, cultural events, fund raising, and community service/philanthropic projects to an avid social life.
 
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon [Website]
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  • Email: jdblackwell@salisbury.edu
  • Location: GUC 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.
Sigma Phi Epsilon [Website] [-]
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  • Sigma Phi Epsilon [Website]
  • President: Steve Palko
  • President Email: sp70983@students.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Jennifer Blackwell / Duke Marshal - Alumni Advis
  • Phone: 410-543-6125
  • Email: jdblackwell@salisbury.edu / marshad1@nationwide.com -
  • Location: GUC 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.
Sigma Pi [Website] [-]
This chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity was founded at SU on April 16, 2002. It was established to the end that fellowship might be cultivated, the general knowledge of its members extended, the cause of general education advanced, literacy culture promoted, and a high degree of school excellence maintained. Membership is open to all students in good academic standing based on fraternity and campus regulations.
 
  • Sigma Pi [Website]
  • President: Mike Szyjka
  • President Email: ms63131@gulls.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.
Sigma Tau Gamma [Website] [-]
WE ARE MEN OF PRINCIPLE WE ARE LEADERS WE ARE TRUE BROTHERHOOD
 
  • Sigma Tau Gamma [Website]
  • President: Charles Hinds
  • President Email: ch25001@gulls.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.
SOAP [Website] [-]
The Student Organization for Activity Planning is a student-run organization that provides the campus community with entertainment such as concerts, comedians, speakers, movies on the weekend and off-campus trips throughout the semester. Best of all, most of these events are FREE, or at discounted prices.
 
  • SOAP [Website]
  • President: Andrew Vogelsang
  • President Email: soap.gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Tricia Smith
  • Phone: 410-543-6125
  • Email: tgarveysmith@salisbury.edu
  • Location: GUC 125G
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.
Social Work Club [Website] [-]
The Social Work Club came into existence at SU in 1974. The club's mission is threefold: to perform campus/community service, educate the student body about social work, and to orient students into the major of the program. Activities include speakers, bake sales, junior/senior mixer, a club picnic and the Senior Ceremony. Meetings and events are publicized throughout the year on the club's bulletin boards in Caruthers Hall. Students who wish to become involved can attend club meetings and/or participate in club events.
 
  • Social Work Club [Website]
  • President: Geneve Thrasher
  • President Email: gt23804@students.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Peg McGuire
  • Phone: 410-677-0258
  • Email: gt23804@students.salisbury.edu
  • Location: TETC 254N
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.
Society for HR Management (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.
Society for Human Resource Mgmt (SHRM) [Website] [-]
SHRM is a national, professional organization dedicated to serving the Human Resource profession. It provides members with numerous research and information services, publications, certifications, and training opportunities designed to improve their ability to be effective leaders and decision makers in their organizations. Our goal is to acquaint students with the field of human resources, keep students up to date on new developments in the field of human resources, provide learning opportunities through interaction with human resource practitioners, and promote the development of truly professional human resource managers for the future.
 
  • Society for Human Resource Mgmt (SHRM) [Website]
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  • Contact: Thomas Calo
  • Phone: 410-543-6187
  • Email: tjcalo@salisbury.edu
  • Location: PH 320
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.
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) [Website] [-]
Improving and protecting journalism since 1909. We prepare aspiring journalists for their future career. We offer a greater understanding and appreciation of the journalist field.
 
  • Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) [Website]
  • President: Felicia Warfield
  • President Email: fwarfield1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Jennifer Cox
  • Phone: 410-677-6512
  • Email: jbcox@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Fulton Hall 294
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.
Sociology Action Club (Website not available) [-]

 
  • President: Ricardee Pearson
  • President Email: sahsister@gmail.com
  • Contact: Diane Illig
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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.
Sociology 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.
Sophanes [Website] [-]
The Salisbury University Theater Association is organized for students with an appreciation for or an interest in working in theater. Under the auspices of the Department of Communication Arts, Sophanes presents a balanced season of main stage productions, studio productions, and workshops for public performance. The organization is managed by students with faculty supervision. Academic credit is available for those participating in productions.
 
  • Sophanes [Website]
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  • Contact: Paul Pfeiffer
  • Phone: 410-543-6235
  • Email: tppfeiffer@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.
Spanish Club [Website] [-]
The Spanish Club provides an environment in which all interested persons may share, through friendship, their common interests and experiences relative to Hispanic culture and the Spanish language. The club interacts with the Hispanic community through tutoring and other outreach programs. Additionally, the Spanish club sponsors evenings of informal sessions in which the members converse in Spanish. Members enjoy planning fiestas, viewing Spanish speaking movies and dinners which are provided by the club.
 
  • Spanish Club [Website]
  • President: Diana Dwyer
  • President Email: dd15629@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Dr. Corinne Pubill
  • Phone: 410-677-0152
  • Email: cxpubill@salisbury.edu
  • Location: HH 385
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.
Squawkappella [Website] [-]
We are Squawkappella, a student-run acappellagroup! We love having fun, but we also love competing. We have competed in the International Competition for Collegiate Acappella at Johns Hopkins University, taking home a Best Soloist award, and in Aca-Idol at 'Singstrong' in Reston, Virginia. We have traveled up and down the East Coast for Invitationals with other schools, performed on stage with 'The Sing-Off's' Street Corner Symphony, adopted a highway, cleaned up the community, performed all over campus for our fellow students and faculty members, but most of all we have become a close-knit family through our love of music. Squawk practices 2-3 times weekly. Be sure to e-mail us for any audition information or to have Squawkappella perform at your event! Check out our performances - http://www.youtube.com/user/Squawkappella#p/u Stay updated on what we are doing- www.facebook.com/squawkappella
 
  • Squawkappella [Website]
  • President: Patrick Simons
  • President Email: squawkappella@live.com
  • Contact: William Folger
  • Phone: 410-543-6386
  • Email: wmfolger@salisbury.edu
  • Location: FH242
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.
Starnet Society [Website] [-]
Yes, we're the Nerd Club. Sci-Fi, Gaming, Fantasy, and Anime is what makes this club go round. Plus we've been on campus since 1994! Meetings are at Four PM on Fridays in Fireside lounge. (Because alliteration wins.)ʺ
 
  • Starnet Society [Website]
  • President: Ian Berry
  • President Email: iberry1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Edward Brown
  • Phone: 410-677-5431
  • Email: exbrown@salisbury.edu
  • Location: FH 110
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.
StarNet Society [Website] [-]
A collection of various nerdy interests, especially fantasy, sci-fi, anime, and gaming.
 
  • StarNet Society [Website]
  • President: Belinda Bell
  • President Email: bb22099@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Edward Brown
  • Phone: 410-677-5431
  • Email: exbrown@salisbury.edu
  • Location: FH 110
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.
Step Squad [Website] [-]
The purpose of this club is to promote cultural diversity and unity through energetic stepping. The club members will deal with working together as a group by encouraging confidence and patience. Membership is open to all full-time students.
 
  • Step Squad [Website]
  • President: Ayo Jaji
  • President Email: mj66327@students.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Priscilla Davis
  • Phone: 410-543-6330
  • Email: pjdavis@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Academic Affairs
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.
Student Activism Club (Website not available) [-]
The Student Activism Club was founded to counter growing sentiments of apathy among the students and community of Salisbury University. It exists as an outlet for passionate students to gather under a flag of interest and involvement, to better the world around them, and themselves.
 
  • President: Elena Ramirez
  • President Email: er26050@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Judith Pike
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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.
Student Government Association (SGA) [Website] [-]
SGA is the Salisbury University Student Government Association. We instill Sea Gull Pride in Salisbury University students through the active involvement and engagement of our Student Government Association. We embody the motto of "Live Learn Lead," and selflessly serve the students. We hope to inspire change in all students to further their success at Salisbury University. We represent all students and their views, enabling a better experience for all and a greater sense of Gull Pride.
 
  • Student Government Association (SGA) [Website]
  • President: Evan Miller
  • President Email: EMILLER2@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Tricia Garvey Smith
  • Phone: 410-543-6125
  • Email: TGARVEYSMITH@salisbury.edu
  • Location: GUC 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.
Student Military & Veterans Association (SMVA) (Website not available) [-]
The Student Military and Veterans Association (SMVA) assists students at Salisbury University in getting involved in student life through camaraderie, advocacy, and service to community. SMVA is committed to engaging student veterans, dependents, and supporters in their successful transition through academia and by improving the quality of their university experience.​
 
  • President: Nicholas P. Engelhardt
  • President Email: nengelhardt1@gulls.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.
Student Nurses Association (SNA) [Website] [-]
The purpose of the SU Student Nurses' Association shall include the following: To assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality health care; To provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional interest and concerns; and to aid in the development of the individual and his/her responsibility for the health care of all people.
 
  • Student Nurses Association (SNA) [Website]
  • President: Amanda Goodman
  • President Email: agoodman1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Dr. Nutt
  • Phone: 4105484786
  • Email: RJNUTT@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Devilbiss Hall 210
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.
Student United Way [Website] [-]
To encourage and incorporate SU students to volunteer in the community
 
  • Student United Way [Website]
  • President: Kyle Eskridge
  • President Email: keskridge1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Ani Mathers
  • Phone: 410-548-5695
  • Email: ammathers@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Perdue Hall 212
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.
Students for Liberty (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.
SU Improv (Website not available) [-]
SU Improv is here to help students of all different levels of experience with the improvisational comedy art form improve their comedic and improvisational skills, while building new friendships and also being able to bring entertainment and laughter to the greater campus and city of Salisbury communities.
 
  • President: Ryan Smith
  • President Email: rsmith12@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Dr. Christopher Vilmar
  • Phone: 410-677-6511
  • Email: csvilmar@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Holloway Hall 360
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.
SU Tennis Club (Website not available) [-]
A way for students to get involved in campus via the game of tennis. There are no intramurals or a club team, just varsity. SU tennis club allows any SU students to get together in a fun, non-competitive environment to learn a new game or to get a chance to get back out on the courts with other players.
 
  • President: Jordan Spusta
  • President Email: jspusta1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Randy Halfpap
  • Phone: 4105436248
  • Email: rbhalfpap@salisbury.edu
  • Location: SU tennis 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.
Sunday Night Fellowship (One21) (Website not available) [-]
We are a group of people who are trying to learn about the Bible and what Jesus says and then go out into our community (both on campus and off) and live it out. Each week we read through a part of the Bible and learn ways that we can be more like Christ.
 
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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.
Surf & Board Club (Website not available) [-]
The Surf & Board Club would ideally be a place where like-minded people could get together and chill. In the past the club has gone to Canada, Costa Rica, Vermont, Ocean City and many other places. We have an interest in skiing, snowboarding, surfing and water-sports. By becoming a recognized club we have the opportunity to request for events on campus and for funding. This will be especially helpful when planning big trips with everyone on a college budget. If you would like to check out our facebook page it is https://www.facebook.com/pages/Salisbury-Surf-Board-Club/101983679907929?ref=hl&ref_type=bookmark. We want our club to be a group of friends who do the things we love together.
 
  • President: Nicole Patterson
  • President Email: npatterson1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Mark DeSocio
  • Phone: 4105436461
  • Email: mxdesocio@salisbury.edu
  • Location: Henson 157-G
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.
SU-TV [Website] [-]
SUTV is Salisbury University's ONLY student-run television station! We brings you a wide array of programming from News and Sports to Music and Game Shows.
 
  • SU-TV [Website]
  • President: Eli Modlin
  • President Email: emodlin1@gulls.salisbury.edu
  • Contact: Dr. David Burns
  • Phone: 410-677-0111
  • Email: dpburns@salisbury.edu
  • Location: TETC 310
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 studentís 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 membersí 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 SUís 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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