Advisor- Dr. Natalie van Breukelen
Black Student Union
Advisor Theresa Schirato
Campus Ministry Team
Advisor - Sr. Nancy Donovan
Advisor - Ms. Christina Koren
Children’s Advocacy Association
Advisors - Marilyn Roseman and Sara Rutledge
Colleges Against Cancer (CAC)
Advisor - Chris Trexler
Advisor - Gary Hypes
Advisors - Joe Bobak
A Student led Christian group.
Advisor - Dr. Mike Engle
Information Technology Club
Advisors - Michael Schenk and Jeff Sunseri
Advisor - Gary Hypes
Membership is open to any major. The club sponsors participation in the American Mock Trial Association’s Regional Competition. Community service projects and fundraising are among the club’s activities as well. Occasionally, speakers are sponsored but the primary focus of the Society is mock trial experiences.
Advisor - TBD
MAC Dance Team
The purpose of the Dance Team is to entertain and bring school spirit to campus. Both male and female full-time students can participate. Tryouts are held early during the fall semester. The Mount Aloysius squad performs at basketball games.
Advisor - Linda Gaston and Michelle Elliott
Advisor - Cheryl Kowalczyk
Medical Imaging and Honor Society
Membership is open to all sophomore, junior, and senior students who are enrolled in Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences (MIRS) programs. Members develop communication, leadership, professional, and organizational skills through service activities. Increased awareness of the Radiologic Sciences is promoted through recognition of members as caring, concerned individuals of the community and healthcare profession.
Advisors - Bunny Bafile and Felicia Holliday
Mount Aloysius Gaming Initiative
Advisors - Anthony Dragani
Nursing Student Organization (NSO)
Advisors - Margaret Boyce, Patricia Meintel
On-The-Go "Commuter Club"
Advisor - Dr. Jane Grassadonia
Open Minds Open Hearts (OMOH)
Advisors - Don Talbot, Julie Smith and Sally Story
Phi Theta Kappa & Delta Epsilon Sigma Honor Societies
The mission of Phi Theta Kappa is to promote and recognize scholarship for the two-year, associate degree program student. Students must have completed a minimum of 12 hours of coursework leading to an associate degree, must have a 3.5 grade point average, and must enjoy the full rights of citizenship. Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunities for the development of leadership and service, an intellectual climate with other scholars, and stimulation in continuing academic excellence.
Delta Epsilon Sigma is a national scholastic honor society for students, faculty, and alumni of colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition. The purpose of this Society is to recognize academic accomplishments, to foster scholarly activities, and to encourage a sense of intellectual community among its members. Requirements for membership include fulfillment of half of the student’s credits toward graduation, which a grade point average at the top 20% of the student’s class.
Advisor - Penny Lescher
Pennsylvania State Educators Association (PSEA)
Advisor - Dr. Devorah Bozella
Psi Mu Alpha – Psychology Club
The purpose of this organization is to create an environment where those interested in psychology can come together to share experiences, expectations, knowledge, as well as share their individual talents with the community. Members participate in at least one service activity per semester. They also participate in fundraising for special activities and professional development. All majors are welcome.
Advisor - Dr. David Haschak
Step Team (Absolute Attitude)
The Mount Aloysius Step team was created by students and is designed to provide a way for people from all walks of life to express themselves through stepping. Full-time students can try-out during the beginning of the fall semester.
Student Accounting Society (SAS)
Advisor - Dr. Gary Hypes
Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC)
SAAC is designed to promote communication between student-athletes and the administration in an effort to offer suggestions on programs that address the needs of student-athletes; to encourage involvement of student athletes in campus and community projects; to provide programs for student athletes which will encourage academic achievement, health promotion, social responsibility, and general awareness; to increase awareness on campus of athletic events; and to facilitate better communication between athletic teams. SAAC is also involved in various community service projects. Advisor - Ryan Smith & Heather Low
Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
SIFE offers students the opportunity to apply what they are learning in the classroom to solve real world problems. This is accomplished by combining educational experiences with the expertise of faculty, the Business Advisory Board, and College resources. As they go about the process of organizing their team, developing education projects and competing in a global competition, they develop teamwork, leadership, and communication skills.
Advisor - Christopher Mingyar
Student Government Association (SGA)
SGA is a representative organization that works on behalf of the undergraduate student population. It acts with the ability to work and communicate with the faculty, staff, College administration, and other affiliated groups. The SGA works to promote many goals set forth by our students. Every year, the SGA undertakes issues ranging from campus improvements to negotiating College policies as well as recognizing and funding student clubs.
Advisor - Elaine Grant
Surgical Technology Club
This is an organization that discusses and practices the many different aspects of this surgical career on a daily basis. Members of the club include students in the major beginning their clinical rotations and will be in their final year of study. Throughout the academic year, the club will hold informational meetings, luncheons, participate in many service projects, and raise money for the organization.
Advisor - Amanda Minor
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