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One of the most fulfilling ways to experience college life is to participate in student government, campus committees, intercollegiate athletics, or in one of the many clubs and organizations offered.
All students are urged to get involved and make the most of the opportunities already here. The office supports the mission of Ferrum College by the following: Create student center space where students may spend quality time and serves as a learning resources center for student leaders.
Agriculture Club — Open to all students interested in agriculture, this group sponsors events each year including a number of field trips.
Nancy Brubaker, extension Art Club — Open to all students with an interest in the arts. Activities include on-campus art related programs and events and off-campus gallery and museum trips.
David Eichelberger, extension Chemistry Club — An organization of students, faculty, and staff interested in chemical and biological sciences.
Although it is not required of Chemistry Club members, the American Chemical Society offers students a discounted student membership rate. Maria Puccio, extension Computer Information Systems — Serves to provide information technology and computer management to the community.
It encourages high standards of competence and promotes professional attitudes among its members. Open to all students interested in computer sciences.
Taiwo Ajani, extension Criminal Justice Club — The goal and purpose of this club is to promote, improve, and encourage high standards of ethical conduct, professional training, and higher education within the criminal justice field and to provide a unified voice for students of criminal justice in all matters of professional concerns.
David Nicholson, extension ENACTUS teams teach important concepts through educational outreach projects, including market economics, entrepreneurship, personal and financial success, and business ethics to better themselves and their communities.
English Club — An organization of students, faculty, and staff interested in literature and communication. Members go to area events of interest and sponsor a book collection project and an Amnesty International group, among other activities. John Carey, extension Shannon Hardwicke, extension Minds-n-Medicine — Open to all students interested in the medical field.
Katie Goff, extension This group is committed to active citizenship by promoting politics, community building and outreach programs. Edmond Hally, extensionor Dr.
Sandra Via, extension Philosophy Club — The Ferrum College Philosophy Club is an organization of philosophy students and students interested in philosophy, which coordinates various activities such as the Ferrum College Philosophy Journal and Ferrum College Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, and also allows for a student voice within the Philosophy Department as a whole.
Gary Angel, extension Pre-Law Club — This student run organization creates a forum for Ferrum students with law school ambitions to come together and work together toward their common goal. It will assist in the law school admission process. It will seek help from outside Ferrum College from alumni, current law school students, recent law school graduates and other qualified individuals.
Betsy Smith, extension This group provides educational and service experiences for people interested in psychology. Angie Dahl, extension or Dr. Recreation Club — For students whose major or minor is in Recreation and Leisure or those considering it along with Outdoor Recreation as a career option.
This club sponsors numerous activities and assists members in attending professional conferences and workshops.Read this piece earlier this week and have spent every moment since physically restraining myself from wheatpasting copies of it to every telephone pole in town.
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