Are you interested in helping people?
Interested in meeting new friends?
Interested in learning leadership skills and helping organize club activities and events?
Consider the Active Minds Club! Active Minds in a national organization that works to empower students and reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.
1. To provide a multicultural and multiethnic Christian community for undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff in order to serve each other in Gods love through worship, Bible study, community service, and missions. 2. To provide Christian students who come from all over the world the opportunity to share their traditions and faith values. 3. To support each others lives through fellowship, peer counseling, and prayer. 4. To nurture members to be Christ followers and Christian leaders in a diverse and changing society. 5. To network with other Christian clubs with interfaith dialogue.
President: Morgan Stephens
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Contact: Melany Trenary
Location: Fulton 217 A
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Alpha Alpha Delta Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, chartered on the campus of Salisbury University and established for the purpose of assembling college students in the fellowship principles derived from the Scout Oath and Law of the Boy Scouts of America, develop leadership, promote friendship and provide service to humanity and further the freedom that is our national, educational and intellectual heritage.
Our mission is to attract a dynamic group of students from all majors and equip them for professional and personal success. Members of AMA will develop professional skills critical for future accomplishments and build dependable networks. This will be achieved through a variety of events and workshops involving teamwork, leadership and community service.
The purpose of the Appropriations Board is to appropriate and distribute student activity fees to student organizations. Each year the Appropriations Board receives budget requests from individual student organizations. Funds are subsequently awarded on an annual basis, although supplemental requests may be made throughout the school year. The group consists of up to five voting members, all enrolled as current, full-time students at SU. Each must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5. New members are chosen through a resume/interview process conducted by the remaining Appropriations Board members.
The Art Club will be a place where artists come together from all over the spectrum, be it business majors that like to paint in their spare time, seniors who are in drawing 7, freshman who are history majors, students who are simply undecided and want to do art because it's therapy to them and anyone who wants to do art to better themselves and the community. This club will create friendships and bonds between people that may have never gotten the chance to meet. They might find a mentor, a prodigy or a best friend. A big part of what we would participate in should be community service. Working with children on a craft project or giving painting lessons to the elderly would be a great way to get involved because art is meant to be shared with all.
The mission of the Asian & Pacific Islander Club (APIC) of Salisbury University is to promote awareness of the cultures and traditions of Asians and Pacific Islanders (APIs). Our organization is open to everyone who is interested in having fun and making new social connections while learning more about different cultures. It is the goal of our organization to promotediversity at Salisbury University and to engage in educational, social, and service activities that benefit the campus community.