Promotes a better understanding and knowledge of the accounting profession through guest lectures, education, business films, fieldtrips, accounting seminars, and workshops on current accounting trends.
|Advisor:||Gary S. Robsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||570-389-4519|
|Blair A. Staley||570-389-4392|
(Collegiate Chapter) Fosters professional development among marketing and other interested students. Promotes growth through a program which features interaction with practitioners from across the marketing spectrum. Local, regional, and national conferences provide educational, social, and competitive forums as well as networking opportunities with practitioners and marketing students from other campuses.
|President:||Richard Viteritto Jr.||email@example.com|
|Dr. William Neese||570-389-4765|
Enhances the artistic environment at B.U. through exhibits, visiting artists, lectures, films, videos, and trips to art exhibits in major cities. Provides an art student outreach program to local primary and secondary schools. Sponsors the campus-wide Student Art Show every spring semester.
|Advisor:||Lisa Corine von Koch||480-253-0552|
|Heath Calvin Patten||216-773-4138|
Works for the education and well-being of all children and informs the public of these needs.
Promotes increased interest and knowledge of the science, design, development, construction, language, and application of modern computing machinery; and provides a means of communication between persons having interest in computing machinery.
To develop professional efficency in operation management through study, research, and application of scientific method while promoting awareness and understanding to the general public about how APICS relates to the economy
The purpose of this chapter shall be to promote students' professional development by preparing educators for classroom and school leadership positions by engaging them in professional opportunities that bridge preparation and practice.
(A.I.T.P.) Seeks to develop a better understanding of information systems by promoting sound general principles; studying technical methods, hardware, software and procedures; and disseminating information about the field.
Professional student organization dedicated to the advancement of education and technological training in the profession of audiology with emphasis in enhanced patient care.
Seeks to enhance interest in the Biological Sciences, promote the qualities of a qualified and competent scientist, and promote interest in biology.
|Advisor:||John M. Hranitzfirstname.lastname@example.org||570-389-4130|
Promotes knowledge and understanding of the criminal justice system by discussion of critical issues, career opportunities, and current practices in the field. This society actively brings in guest speakers who currently work in the various fields of criminal justice.
A non-partisan group which has national objectives of reforming politcal funding (making it public) and a local objective of increasing student involvement in politics.
SIFE offers students the tools to learn the free enterprise system in a real working situation and challenges students nationwide to use what they learn in the classroom to improve their communities.
Develops and promotes student interest in the study of finance and the acquisition of knowledge; provides students with a greater understanding of the finance field and its underlying concepts, theories and practices; and acquaints them with career opportunities in finance.
(Heightening Awareness By Learning About Spanish) Improves the Spanish language among its members and helps them to learn more of Spanish culture so as to provide a better understanding between the U.S. and Spanish speaking countries.
|Advisor:||Amarilis Hidalgo-De Jesusemail@example.com||570-389-4578|
Seeks to bring an awareness of history and current world affairs to the Bloomsburg University community and their impact on today's society. The club sponsors career workshops, study sessions, guest speakers, exhibit programs, and field trips.
Furthers the understanding and appreciation of manual communication by educating and entertaining both hearing and deaf persons through interpretation and communication via sign language, facial expression, and body language. This is done through incorporating signing into songs, stories, and poems.
To familiarize students with managing information systems, data, and procedures; introduce students to important computer concepts; help students prepare for jobs in the ITM field.
The purpose shall be the dissemination of knowledge of the theory and practice of all aspects of electrical engineering, electronics, radio, allied branches of engineering or the related arts and sciences, as well as the furtherance of the profesional development of students.
Provides a support group for interpreting majors who are interested in the field, and deaf or hard of hearing people, through providing an open forum for the exchange of ideas and concerns.
Promote interest in the Geographic, Planning and Geosciences field and to acquire a sense of belonging to the programs of the BU Department of Environmental, Geographical and Geological Sciences (EGGS).
The establishment of the Multicultural and Global Education Society (MGES) allows Bloomsburg University Students whom are teachers in train to learn about multiculturalism and experience diversity in struggling and successful elementary and secondary schools. MGES will enhance Bloomsburg University's commitment to diversity and globalization by prepping future and current educators with learning experiences they can employ into the clossroom. MGES shall seek to enhance the quality of educational programs at Bloomsburg University by exposing teachers in training to diverse classrooms and the practicing of multicultural education. MGES plans to extend beyond the parameters of Bloomsburg University and hopes to expand to other Universities on the national and global levels.
National membership orgnization with the primary purpose of developing, encouraging, and serving as a resource for greater participation by black-Americans and other minorities in the accounting and other business related professions.
Society organized to encourage an interest in mass media and reward scholarship and accomplishment among telecommunication students, to promote the advancement of broadcast education and to foster integrity in the use of the powerful instruments of radio, television, and film.
Creates and stimulates an interest among college students in the habilitation and rehabilitation of individuals who have disorders in communicating.
To unite people of various political stands to work together to engourage a progressive foreign policy
A national non-profit organization which strives to develop competent, aggressive business leaders. PBL develops character and keen skills through community service, business programs, (i.e. workshops, conferences, and guest speakers) and social events. PBL shall prepare students for useful citizenship and leadership in business, as well as on campus. Open to all majors.
Affiliate of the national Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). The PRSSA seeks to foster career opportunities through professional association and practical experience. Members participate in National conferences and conventions, are familiarized with industry information and provided with professional guidance through the help of speakers and presentations. Also create and coordinate annual promotional events, highlighting PR skills and communicating techniques.
Develops sign language skills of the individual members through the use of group activities and interactions, as well as increase the conceptual accuracy and cultural awareness of its members and the community at large.
Helps students become aware of current social issues and those agencies and organizations that deal with the issues; presents the opportunity to utilize classroom knowledge and skills in the community and gain experience in the social welfare field.
Afford college students the opportunity to gain knowledge and insight into the human resource management field through affiliation and association with the Susquehanna Human Resource Management Association.
Advances and diffuses knowledge of the science of physics and encourages student interest in physics throughout the academic and local communities.
Provide opportunities for students to develop education, research, leadership, and networking skills in the field of fraud prevention. Provide opportunities for members to meet and discuss hwo fraud examination affects them.
Promotes the welfare and education of all individuals with exceptionalities by coordinating the work of students in the Department of Exceptionality Programs, other departments, agencies and individuals, both public and private, and encourages and stimulates professional growth for its members.
Facilitates the involvement of students in the professional responsibilities of nursing by providing unity through planned social, educational, and service activities coordinated between the classes; enhancing communication between students, faculty, and administration; promoting the understanding of the nursing profession and enhancing personal and professional growth.
(Students Linked To Education of the Deaf). Promote awareness of deaf and hard of hearing individuals among the community at large and within the university community; foster communication between hearing and deaf and hard of hearing individuals; provide support group for deaf and hard of hearing students.
The purpose of BU NOW shall be to foster scientific study and research in the field of online publishing. To develop empirical as well as theoretical practices in the field of online publishing to improve our skills in online content production; to develop better public understanding of what an online publishing company actually does in preparing multi-media content for distribution; To offer students at Bloomsburg University an opportunity to bring the campus together by instructing in,producing and distributing student produced information and entertainment in multimedia online format.
A non-commercial, 600 watt radio station staffed and managed by students in the Radio Broadcasting Club that provides the greater Bloomsburg area with an eclectic mix of music, news and educational programming. The station gives students hands on radio broadcast, production and management experience. Call the station at (570) 389-2891.
|President:||Jake Wilcox (General Manager)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
The campus newspaper, published weekly. It provides students practical experience in all aspects of newspaper production - editorial, business, and online - and keeps the university community informed about events and issues that concern them.
National social fraternity organized in 1992 whose purpose is to provide educational, moral, social, and leadership development for all of its members through ritual, landmarks and traditions of the fraternity.
National social fraternity organized at Bloomsburg University in 1976. Its main objective is "Achievement" through every field of human endeavor. The BU chapter, Lambda Alpha, was chartered in 1981.
Student governing body at B.U. It develops policies and procedures, and determines how the community activities fee is allocated to campus organizations and programs. The association also oversees and approves the actions of the Kehr Union Governing Board and the Students Recreation Center Governing Board.
A student run organization which plans activities and holds discussion/gives feedback, as campus/apartment issues arise, on behalf of the apartment residents. Meetings are held on a regular basis. Representatives to the Council are chosen from among the apartments residents. Officers are elected yearly. Montgomery Apartments Council is the student governing body and serves as a liaison between apartment residents and the University. The Council receives a budget to work with in accomplishing student directed goals and initiatives.
An honor society formed to recognize the academic achievements of students admitted to Bloomsburg University through non-traditional criteria; promote continued high academic standards of those students; and foster increased communication among its members.
To recognize academic accomplishments of college and university students with disabilities, facilitate leadership and provide opportunities for members to serve as mentors and role models
Seeks to further professional interest in geography; strengthen student and professional training; advance the status of geography as a cultural and practical subject; and hold professional and social meetings throughout the school year to aid members socially and contribute to their knowledge of geography.
To promote a high standard of scholarship in the discipline of Anthropology. Open to all Anthropology declared majors and minors in good academic and social standing.
The National Social Work Honor Society which promotes scholarship achievement among students and faculty involved in social work; recognizes, improves, and furthers the goal of social work in the community, state, nation, and world; stimulates interest in preparation for a career in social work; encourages continued study and research; and recognizes those professional social workers and others whose service, contribution and leadership are held in esteem.
A History honor society which promotes the study of History through encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and exchange of learning and through among historians; creates an interest in the field; encourages scholarship; provides opportunities for students to experience exhibits, provides intellectual forums; and cooperates with local, state and national societies in historical events.
Recognizes and encourages superior scholarship in all academic disciplines; encourages the provision of a campus atmosphere conducive to academic excellence and interdisciplinary cooperation; promotes the continuing interest and dedication of alumni members to their Alma Mater for the promotion of true education and maintains and coordinates a world-wide community of scholars. Membership is by invitation based on academic criteria and is extended during the junior and senior years.
National co-ed honor fraternity organized in 1930 based on leadership, fellowship, and scholarship. The fraternity has the distinction of being the oldest fraternity at Bloomsburg University and believes they are the most unique. The best way to describe Phi Sigma Pi is 1/3 honor society, 1/3 service organization, and 1/3 social fraternity.
National Business teacher education honor society.
National Political Science Honor Society which promotes worthwhile curricular and extracurricular activities related to political science and stimulates scholarship and intelligent interest in political science.
|Advisor:||Dr. Diana Zoelleemail@example.com||570-956-5748|
Furthers Psychology as an academic discipline, a profession, and a way of understanding human behavior. To serve as a means of recognizing and inspiring talented students majoring in Psychology at B.U.; provides fellowship of a social, academic, and cultural nature among the members.
The national English Honor Fraternity. Invitations to membership recognize strong interest and achievement in English literature and language. Chapter activities support the study and enjoyment of English in both formal and informal programs.
Promote understanding among students from the several countries of Africa at Bloomsburg University and the surrounding community. Promote awareness of African culture in the Bloomsburg community. Foster good relations between African and other students at Bloomsburg University.
Educate students about Air Force life, culture, and traditions; to give back to the community through community service; promote leadership and management skills; and to promote the Air Force core values of Integrity First; Service Before Self; and Excellence in All We Do.
|Advisor:||Capt. Joe Sanfilippo||570-408-4872|
Focuses on preventing and ending grave abuses of the rights to physical and mental integrity, freedom of conscience and expression, and freedom from discrimination, within the context of its work to promote all human rights.
The Arabic Club is designed to create group meetings where any individual may attend to discuss specific topics involoving but not limited to the Arabic lanuage and region. The objective is to help the university community interact through an open dialogue about Arab issues and create an environment in which to practice the Arabic Lanuage. Such interaction will provide better understanding of oneself and one's community therefore encouraging growth of the individual.
Seeks to enhance the knowledge of the Chinese culture, customs, history, language and society to all interested parties and to the university family as a whole.
To assist the office of admissions in the recruitment of under represented ethnic minority students through campus tours, attending area receptions, phone-a-thons, overnight housing and other recruitment activity.
Promote Bangladeshi culture (literature, history, folklore, arts) to share with the Bloomsburg community; create a better understanding of the relationship between the U.S. and Bangladesh.
To create an atheist presence on campus and to critically discuss faith based claims.
To educate the Bloomsburg student body in the fundamental principles and techniques of financial statements: gives all members a highly interactive, hands on experience in the field of creating and managing an investment portfolio.
Seeks to build the community, campus, and local Girl Scout council through opportunities for campus girl scouts in service, leadership, team building, and fellowship.
Promotes and shares Chinese culture with Bloomsburg University and the community and creates a better understanding of cultural diversity.
Stimulates broader interest among students in local, state, and national politics, helps students make political decisions at the local and state levels, and stimulates interest in and the growth of the Republican Party at Bloomsburg University.
Encourage commuting and returning students to become an integral and effective part of the university; serve as advocate for the special needs of these students to administration, faculty, staff, and local community.
The purpose of the club is to create an active communication between all Bloomsburg students along with other students about Computer Forensics. We want to put our minds together and see what happens, it also to get an edge before graduating and learning and improving skills that need to be improved upon.
The purpose of this organization shall be to facilitate creative writers with a supportive and relaxed environment, in order to promote the development of the individual's skills, while gaining the necessary enthusiasm, motivation, and feedback necessary to advance their craft.
Studies the art form of dance; explores the disciplines of ballet, tap, jazz, acrobatics, Irish, hip hop, and is open to other styles; creates new and interesting choreography; and further develops and enhances skills in dance.
To promote knowledge of economics, to stimulate interest in economics beyond that presented in the classroom at the college, and to acquaint members with the possibilites of using economics in future careers.
Assist in breaking through social, racial, and economic barriers and encourage healthy relationships between members. Enhance understanding of the world and its people, based on the life of Frederick Douglass and his model of determination, integrity and achievements.
Plans freshman activities.
The purpose and goals of this club is recognizing that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (lgbt) individuals have unique and special needs, the purposes of this organization shall be as follows: To serve as a support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals residing in and around the Bloomsburg area, with particular emphasis on lgbt students attending Bloomsburg University. To serve as an educational group by providing information on programs and discussions dealing with lgbt and other related issues, for the benefit of all interesting persons in and around the Bloomsburg area.
Promotes awareness of the diversity of cultures within the global village; enhances the understanding of economic, social demographic, etc., interdependence among members of the global village.
Promotes Bloomsburg University, its interests and goals, future and current students, alumni, and friends; develops within students the idea that their involvement with the university can and should be a lifetime commitment; assist and promote Bloomsburg University and the Bloomsburg University Alumni Association.
(Peer Awareness With Students) The local chapter's name. Our chapter promotes healthy lifestyles with the university to help educate, inform, and increase awareness about drugs, alcohol, and general health/wellness issues, and to enhance communications within the university community about college student health related issues.
Allows students to gain a better understanding of other countries through foreign exchange students, speakers from the Dept. of State, and Representatives from the U.N.; and creates a closer bond among students interested in international topics and a closer bond with the exchange students at B.U.
|Advisor:||Dr. Madhav Sharmafirstname.lastname@example.org||570-389-4199|
Plans Junior Class activities.
To organize the people that longboard and are interested in longboarding and emphasizing safety while teaching/learning how to longboard.
To create change, unity and diversity by bringing together men and women of all nationalities to express themselves through the creative arts. Encourage members to enhance their performance skills and techniques through different styles of performing arts.
To learn creative problem-solving, think divergently by providing open-ended problems that appeal to a wide range of interests, and identify challenges. We work as a team that pesents Bloomsburg University in the World Finals competition agains other universities in the U.S. and the rest of the world. Our creative problem-solving process rewards thinking "outside of the box." While conventional thinking has an important place in a well-rounded education, we gear toward thinking creatively and productively.
Educate new students about university life through role modeling and by sharing BU experiences, to instill pride in Bloomsburg University, and to lead the way toward lasting relationships and equality among all students through cooperation and communication.
To raise environmental awareness to businesses and corporations and Bloomsburg University.
Promotes the enjoyment of role playing, imagination-oriented, and related games fro both enjoyment and self-challenging. Guild members enjoy both enhances opportunities to enjoy games and learn new games without personal experience. In addition, the Guild provides a library of rule books, adventures, and related novels plus an annual convention.
(Students Helping Adolescents Reach Excellence) is a youth mentoring/ tutoring program designed to foster self-esteem, self-worth and confidence in young boys and girls in the Bloomsburg area.
To promote diversity throughout Bloomsburg University's campus and to support an inclusive environment for all races, genders, ethnicities, sexual orientations, religions, social classes and other forms of diversity.
Plans the Sophomore class activities.
To raise awareness, promote, and advance sports medicine by providing educational opportunities, encouraging the exchange of new ideas and topics, participating in community and public service opportunities, and involving its members in the social, moral, and ethical obligations of sports medicine.
Assist students with disabilities (temporary, long-term, permanent) on campus with carriage of academic supplies, accompanying to destination and/or transportation (including upper campus).
To raise awareness of shelter animals and to raise money to help them find homes. Help the local PSPCA shelter through volunteer activities and attempt to touch the lives of others through the love of animals.
To provide assistance to adults with disabilities residing in the Trinity Housing Cooperative and to promote related educational, research, and charitable purposes.
Shall provide a support group for Upward Bound alumni and current members; shall assist members by providing tutors and aids in career planning; shall provide assistance in recruiting new members into the program and shall foster communication between the Bloomsburg University Upward Bound Organization and other Upward Bound Organizations.
The purpose of this organization is to provide a space and learning environment for current students at Bloomusburg University and to give an opportunity to the students, faculty, and staff to practice other languages and at the same time, learn about other cultures. To provide international students of Bloomsburg University a place to know American Culture and make their experience at Bloomsburg a great one, to create and do activities with other organizations on campus, to create closer bonds between students and help to make our friendships long lasting, to create a place for faculty and students to interact and share their culture and traditions, to establish policies and procedures that wil help undergraduate students as well as graduate students to accomplish their dreams and goals, to create events and tips that will provide better understanding for International Students of United States History, to provide a higher degree of scholastic excellence among the members, and to provide answers to questions for those planning to study abroad.
|Advisor:||Amarilis Hidalgo-De Jesusemail@example.com||570-389-4578|
To Promote unity, empowerment, and diversity, by uniting men and women of different cultures through creative and performing arts. We will develop new choreography, modeling routines and performance techniques to enhance our skills. Vice Versa encourages our members to further their education while continuing to express themselves through the arts.
To provide support for the Bloomsburg University community with the intent of establishing a women's resource center. The resource center will serve as a clearinghouse for information and educational resources in hopes of fostering strength and empowerment in the Bloomsburg University community.
The purpose of this organization is to train, educate, and mobilite youth activists to the principles of liberty; discuss and inform students on ocal, state, and national candidates; and to stimulate interest in Liberty among Bloomsburg University Students.
Encourages group singing among selected mixed voices; participates in the enjoyment of singing; and provides the members and their audiences with a repertoire of chamber music and other music for small ensemble.
A mixed choir of approximately 50 members open to music majors and non-music majors alike. It provides for its members an opportunity to broaden their educational and musical interest through the presentation of various types of music.
Promotes education and graduation of all of its members, provides an atmosphere of friendship and spiritual uplifting, counteracts the negative effects of any obstacle which could prevent the continued education or graduation of members, acts as a tool of student retention as well as recruit new students, and encourages positive race relations for Bloomsburg University.
Comprised of both concert and marching bands, provides opportunities for participation on a credit or non credit basis to all students having previous band experience. No auditions are necessary. In addition to concert performances, the bands participate in other university-affiliated events including football games and parades.
Provides opportunities for professional development for college students of music education through on-campus activities of the chapter, and participation in state and national meetings of the organization,
Exists to provide regular opportunities to study and discuss the Bible, worship, and prayer, all in a group setting, which also provides opportunities for fellowship, and encouragement among the group. Seek to be a resource to the student body by offering opportunities to discuss spiritual matters and provide materials in the form of outside speakers, videos, books, and articles, all for their benefit nad considersation.
Presents a Catholic Christian presence to the university community; shares religious, educational, and social awareness.
|Advisor:||Father David Hereshkofirstname.lastname@example.org||570-784-3123|
A social and cultural group for Jewish students, faculty, and staff.
To take the truth of Jesus Christ to the campus, community and world by producing leaders who are spiritually focused, financially responsible, and morally fit.
To establish and advance at colleges and unitersities witnessing communities of student and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's work, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world.
|Advisor:||Dr. Elisabeth Culveremail@example.com||570-389-4601|
|Dr. Lori Metzgerfirstname.lastname@example.org||570-389-5121|
A Christ-centered organization for University women. It provides an opportunity for, and challenges them to realize their individual potential; to develop a deeper understanding of God, others and self; to be a supportive community; to be personally involved, active participants and leaders in the life of the Church; and to commit themselves to positive action.
Provides a place where nursing students, faculty and nurses in the community are able to discuss how to incorporate our Christianity with nursing.
|Advisor:||Dr. Elisabeth Culveremail@example.com||570-389-4601|
The Orthodox Christian Fellowship at Bloomsburg University shall have as its ideal to bring together students on campus and share with them the orthodox faith. It also pursues the promotion of a cultural enrichment for the community at large about orthodox identity.
Provides the platform for athletes to develop Christ centered leaders.
Is committed to provide a Christian witness on the Bloomsburg University campus; to support the University family in cultural, educational, and religious activities which enrich their lives; and to nurture wholeness and wellness in all students, faculty, administration and staff at Bloomsburg University through workshops, study and service.
Co-ed national fraternity in which students perform voluntary service for the community and the university.
To further the mission of Autism Speaks by engaging the campus and local community through awareness, education, and fudraising, thereby, postively affecting the lives of those struggling with autism spectrum disorders.
A national collaboration of college students, faculty, and staff dedicated to fighting cancer, volunteering for the American Cancer Society, and improving college communities by instating and supporting programs of the American Cancer Society on the campus of Balommsburg University.
Co-ed volunteer organization based on the foundation of making the world a better place, one project at a time.
All members, students, and employees of the university, including alumni and faculty, may take advantage of programs and services offered by BUSVA. BUSVA is a Social and Educational Organization which provides service and support for Military and Non-military personnel. The intent of this organization is to harness the collective experience and knowledge of all involved individuals, as well as provide social fnctions fro involved individuals; in order to better serve our Veteran Student population, their families, Bloomsburg University and the community as a whole.
To Write Love On Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery. The Bloomsburg University chapter will provide a community in which individuals may openly discuss these issues and those affected may be referred to outreach sources such as the University's counseling center. To Write Love - Bloomsburg University will promote these ideas and values through social and artistic events on campus, as well as through community service and charitable involvement in the Bloomsburg area.
National social sorority organized in 1978. The aims of the sorority are to establish a sisterhood that develops intellectually, spiritually and socially through the motto of "Aspire, Seek, Attain".
National social sorority organized in 1979. The aim of Alpha Sigma Tau is to make each sister a better person by encouraging high standards and ideals in all aspects of life--intellectual, moral, spiritual, and cultural.
A local social sorority organized in 1967. DEB follows the motto of friendship and love through sisterhood. The most important part of the sisterhood of DEB is knowing you are cared about as an individual. DEB, first and forever.
A national social sorority established in 1989. D Phi E women have the purpose of promoting good fellowship among sorority women; to help in acquiring knowledge, appreciation and discriminating judgments; and a feeling of sisterly love through friendship.
Mu Sigma Upsilon Sorority, Inc. was founded on November 21, 1981 at Rutgers University as the FIRST Multicultural Greek Letter Society in the nation. The founders were five women determined to establish an organization that united women despite their race, religion or creed.
Local social sorority organized in 1974. The sorority strives for lasting and meaningful friendship with each sister being herself, an individual. The name Phi Iota Chi was chosen for the ideals of Friendship, Individuality and Courage.
A National social sorority organized in 1988. Phi Sigma Sigma's mission is to create an environment that fosters the advancement of womanhood and growth and development of each member through commitment to leadership, academic excellence, philanthropic service, good health and citizenship.
A national social sorority organized in 1971. Tri-Sigma is an unending chain of sisterhood which provides each sister with the ideals that build stability and intelligence -- which build the woman.
Local social sorority organized in 1968. The name of Theta Tau Omega stands for Truth Through Open-Mindedness. Theta Tau friendship moves beyond the surface. Theta Tau real bond lies in a feeling that only one of her sisters can know.
Seeks to create a social interaction among students who share a common interest in horseback riding and competition on the Eastern collegiate equestrian circuit.
The porposes for a club fast-pitch softball team are to establish a competitive team for students wanting to play fast-pitch at a competitive level, to allow atheletes to compete agains other colleges with club softball, to allow students the ability to pursue the sport that they enjoy playing at a lesser level than the school team, to enhance students' social experiences, to allow students the opportunity to meet new people and cooperate together to achieve a common goal.
Stimulates the interest of the sport of lacrosse on campus and gives students with or without previous experience a chance to play lacrosse. BU Men's Lacrosse is a member of the National Collegiate Lacrosse League.
The purpose of this club lacrosse team is to give women a chance to participate in a school run organization at Bloomsburg University. Students who join the club will have the chance to play a new sport or continue to enhance their skills they acquired while playing on previous teams. They will also get the chance to make new friends. Students will have the chance to play against other school teams while participating in this competitive club team.
To promote interest for running on campus and in the surrounding communities, to encourage running for recreation and exercise to the student body and faculty/staff, to support health awareness and exercise to students, faculty, and the community, and to develop and promote beneficial training techniques for runners.
To provide an alternative extracurriculuar activity for male students interested in playing soccer, but not on a varsity level. Will engage in regular weekly or bi-weekly practices. Will also form one or more teams to compete in intramural soccer and matches against other local and college or university soccer clubs
To develop a community of trust and friendship by providing each member with an opportunity to enhance their enjoyment of tennis through recreational and competitive play as well as through off court social activities.
Provides an opportunity for competitive ultimate, encourages excellence in ultimate through sportsmanship and active participation that will benefit the competitor later in life and develops a championship ultimate team.
Develops individual and team volleyball skills through regular play on a men's and a women's team of competitive quality. These teams will also compete inter-collegiately. We shall spread the popularity of volleyball in a sportsmanlike manner.
|Advisor:||David E. Magolisfirstname.lastname@example.org||724-840-5230|
Stimulates interest in the sport of water polo at Bloomsburg University and promotes sportsmanship and good conduct while competing against other clubs and/or universities.