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The Accounting & Finance Club brings in guest speakers from the accounting and finance industries so that students have the opportunity to meet professionals, ask questions and gain an understanding of what career they are getting into.
The purpose of the actuarial science club is to be a support team and study group for all students studying actuarial science. Older students can help younger students by mentoring them and giving them advice on required courses for the major and share their experiences of the SOA exams. This club will also create awareness for the actuarial science field. We also plan on having monthly meetings to de-stress and enjoy each other’s company.
Alpha Lambda Delta is a first-year honor society. If you get a 3.5 GPA Or higher during your first semester of college. ALD does a volunteer project every fall semester and hosts it’s induction ceremony every spring.
Alpha Mu purpose is to foster professional growth among music therapy students from Elizabethtown College by providing an opportunity to express and discuss, opinions, theories, practice, and research related to music therapy, sharing talents and stimulating the collection and analysis of new ideas.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA was organized as a theatre honor society for the purpose of providing acknowledgement to those demonstrating a high standard of accomplishment in theatre and, through the expansion of ALPHA PSI OMEGA among colleges and universities, providing a wider fellowship for those interested in theatre. The society is not intended to take the place of any regular theatre clubs or producing groups, but as students qualify they; be awarded by election to membership in this society. Secondly, it will place before those interested in theatre the goals of ALPHA PSI GMEGA and demonstrate it can be accomplished to stimulate interest in college and university theatre by an honor society whose goal is fellowship and service.
This organization intends to build a strong foundation and awareness of all the opportunities that are available for mechanical engineers. This student club will offer aid and support in supplementary projects for the intended purpose of competing in local/national events. Also, it will provide an outlet for students to express their creative inhibitions outside of the specified course work. Our main intention is to provide students a gateway to interacting with future employers.
The mission of this club is to educate members on Japanese culture through pop media and hosting of an annual anime convention. The secondary mission of the club is to enhance the experience of members through at least one optional off-campus trip where Japanese culture can be experienced first hand.
The goal of the art club is to spread awareness of the fine arts through the campus community. Art club provides opportunities for students to bring out their creative and artistic side with fun crafts and activities. Activities include paint nights, trips to galleries, critique nights, and other creative activities the club members want to engage in.
It is our desire to create a community for all Bachelors of Arts in Music and Music Minors to come together and perform in new and creative ensembles that allow us to share our love of music with the Elizabethtown College community and surrounding area. As Elizabethtown College musicians, it is our goal to organize multiple experiences performing in a various environments.
Best Buddies is an organization that works with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This volunteer movement creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development for these individuals. Those that are involved in the club participate in various activities throughout the year to strengthen these bonds and skills. Overall, it is a fun club that combines patience and gratitude to create lasting friendships and memories. The group involves roughly 25 college students and 20 buddies (those with IDD). The college students are from various years and majors and provide great insight.
Better Together is a club that seeks opportunities for inter-religious education and service and activities to help shape a better world. Serving as a unifying call-to-action, Interfaith Youth Core’s Better Together campaign helps students build interfaith cooperation on their campuses. Consisting mostly of student-led events that create space for people to voice their values, engage with people across lines of religious difference, and act together to make a better world, the Elizabethtown College Better Together student group strives to accomplish the following at Elizabethtown College:
- Make interfaith cooperation a priority through interfaith social action and engaging in the “President’s Interfaith Challenge”
- Develop interfaith programming such as an interfaith “faith circle”, interfaith dialogues, or bringing in guest speakers
- Serve as a member group of the Religious Life Student Council
Biome is a student-run organization composed of students who share an interest in making biology educationally exciting. The formal and informal events sponsored by BIOME allow students the opportunity to interact with their peers and with faculty. Our mission is to expose students to the ever-changing world of Biology and Medicine through service projects, educational trips, and various other activities, and to aid in their preparation for post-graduate studies in the Biology and Health Professions.
The purpose of the Elizabethtown College Disc Golf Club is to bring together fellow players of the game and partake in regular, relaxed practice, eventually leading to possible tournaments at other schools. The club takes advantage of the school’s beautiful course and trail.
The Bob Ross Appreciation Guild here at Elizabethtown College will function to celebrate, appreciate, and proliferate the paintings of the renowned artist Bob Ross. We aspire to provide guided painting and instruction inspired by his technique, passion for artistic education, and former TV show, Beauty is Every where. BRAG will give back to the community by brightening it-up with beautiful paintings.
The Catholic Campus Ministry or CCM is a faith based group that meets for different programs/activities throughout the week to learn more about the faith and grow in our relationships with God and one another. We also have Mass on campus on Sunday evenings! Our weekly programming is:
- Sunday: Mass, 7:15 PM - Leffler Chapel Performance Room
- Monday: Dinner Social, 5:30pm, BSC 258 followed by Catholic Circle, 6:30pm, Sacred Space
- Thursday: Newman Night, 8:00-9:00pm, Hoover 215
- Fridays: Select Friday of each month - Monthly Social Events
Chinese Culture Club is a group that promotes awareness of Chinese culture at Elizabethtown College. The group aims to unite students from different cultural background to recognize the cultural, political and social issues in China. Chinese Culture Club not only provides support for its members by creating a platform for discussion, but also encourages members to know and celebrate Chinese traditional festival.
Circle K is the world's largest collegiate service organization. The goal of the club is to promote service and fellowship among it's members and the local community. Every week we hold meetings to plan service events for the semester, as well as complete service projects that benefit the elderly, veterans, animals, children, those who are ill, etc. Some of the organizations we have volunteered with include, the Community Cupboard of Elizabethtown, the Manor care senior center, Color a Smile, Caitlyn Smiles, and Trick-or-treat for UNICEF. In addition, Sponsorship from our local Kiwanis club allows us to attend events such as Interpack and District convention, giving us the opportunity to interact with other Circle K clubs across Pennsylvania.
Advocate for students rights and concerns. Organize events for senior students and make their year memorable.
We, The Class of 2019 Student Senate, advocated for student rights while also planning class unity events. We strive to help every student in our class have the best college experience.
The Elizabethtown College Class of 2020 Student Senate is a student-directed organization whose goal is to advocate for the rights of the Elizabethtown College student body. We are composed of 12 representatives, elected by the Class of 2020. We strive to plan different activities for the entire campus and our individual class, and we work with a variety of different departments to improve our campus policies and environment to best fit the current interests of the student body.
The Class of 2021 Student Senate is comprised of a group of elected students who represent the needs and wants of the Class of 2021. We also are in charge of on campus events and volunteer activities.
The purpose of the College Democrats is to support the ideals and beliefs held by the Democratic Party, to elect Democratic candidates to public office, and to educate the college and local community on political issues and concerns.
Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) works with the American Cancer Society to raise awareness about cancer. Our primary event is the Relay for Life event on March 23. (Feel free to sign up!!) All of the money from relay goes directly to the American cancer society.
The purpose of the club is to deepen the comprehension and knowledge of its members in the areas of technology and computer science. This is achieved through collaborating on club projects, hosting social events, and preparing for programming competitions.
CEC’s main goal is to promote awareness and acceptance about children with special needs. We work hand-in-hand with kids on different activities and crafts. We allow students from any major to join our club so that everyone understands there are no limits to a child’s success and we do our best to make them feel more comfortable and have fun.
Our purpose is to create a judgement free (but not critique free) environment for the creative writers on our campus. This can be achieved through workshopping students’ writing or simply taking the time to all write in a relaxing, safe environment.
Cru is a growing community where the Gospel captures hearts, transforms lives, and launches men and women on a lifelong adventure with Christ. All that to say that our heart and purpose for being on campus is to equip college students with practical ways to live like Jesus on campus.
We meet every Thursday at 8PM in Hoover 110 throughout the semester. We have a time of worship, a lesson, and sometimes a game, which takes about 1 hour. We typically have between 30 and 50 students coming to each meeting. In addition to our Thursday night meetings (which we call Large Group), we also have small group Bible studies. Girls Bible study meets on Wednesday nights at 8pm and does a different study book each semester. Typically, around 10-25 girls come each Wednesday night. Every weekend, Cru strives to provide students with activities they can participate in that are safe and fun. Some of our events include game nights and cookouts, and our most well attended weekend event is a barn party. We also participate in service and outreach events on weekends both for our campus and in the community. Lastly, we go on three retreats each year (fall retreat and women's/men's weekends in spring typically just with Etown Cru or with a few other colleges; and winter retreat over winter break in Baltimore with our regional Cru of a few states).
The Purpose of Donate Life Club is to bring recognition of transplants to campus and the students through programs each semester. This club provides its members with an opportunity to get involved with transplant recognition and to better their speaking and people skills. This club benefits the campus community by giving the students and faculty resources and information, through community service, and representing the college in the community.
Ed Org's mission is to provide an atmosphere in which future educators feel safe, accepted and motivated to become successful teachers. The club participates in many social and service activities throughout the year, many times in conjunction with other clubs on campus. These events include literacy nights at the local library, volunteering for the Ronald McDonald House, after-school tutoring, participating in Into the Streets and more. Ed Org also hosts an annual benefit for A-T (ataxia telangiectasia), a progressive, degenerative disease affecting children.
The core mission of the Elizabethtown College Cycling Club is to provide its members and participants with the opportunity to cycle in a safe group and a place to learn basic bike repair. The Cycling Club is committed to creating a friendly environment through diversification, community involvement, and lawful behavior. The club-managed bike shop should be open to club members, students, faculty, and community members. Additionally, events should be scheduled when possible in order to educate the community on bicycle maintenance and tuning. The club welcomes persons with any kind of bicycle to participate in club rides. Senior members are encouraged to serve as mentors to the freshman members.
The Elizabethtown College Dance Team is an audition-based team with 15 members who practice twice a week focusing on contemporary, jazz, and hip-hop . We prepare several routines that we perform at a variety of events including Basketball games, Into the Streets, the AT Benefit, Feel Your Boobies, Homecoming, and more. We also host our own charity event every spring called "One Elle of a Night", which benefits the Elle Foundation. Members of the team choreograph our numbers and we also bring in outside choreographers through relations with local dance studios.
The purpose of the Etown Indoor Climbing Club is to engage in a fun, safe, and athletic activity with individuals who also have a passion for climbing. We will operate in facilities like Spooky Nook, which provide a safe indoor climbing environment with proper climbing gear and a supervising experienced staff. We hope to share the joy of safe indoor climbing with the Elizabethtown College community.
The purpose of the Elizabethtown College Republicans is to promote the values of the Republican Party and to its members, school and community while assisting in government elections and providing support to Republican organizations at the local, state and national level. An official charter of the Pennsylvania Federation of College Republicans, the Etown College Republicans shall strive to develop its members in their professional, political, and leadership skills in order to prepare them for future service to the Republican party and community at large.
IEEE is the world's largest professional association advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. It publishes technical journals, sponsors conferences, develops technology standards, and supports the professional interests of more than 400,000 members. IEEE creates an environment where members collaborate on world-changing technologies—from computing and sustainable energy systems to aerospace, communications, robotics, and healthcare—to engineer a better tomorrow.
The Elizabethtown Women Engineers Club helps women in STEM feel like the majority in a male-dominated field. ECWE provides social and academic support, encouragement, and mentorship for women mainly in engineering and physics. We also educate our members about issues and opportunities facing women in those field. We have dinner together every week to provide a supportive environment and have a time to destress from all of the rigorous course we are taking. We also participate in Trunk-or-Treat and Relay for Life and plan the Engineering and Physics Department Holiday Party each year.
The Elizabethtown Games Club is open to anyone who has a love of games. This includes board games, video games, card games, and anything in-between. The goal is to create an environment that allows any student to join without fear of judgement of preference or taste. The main goal of this environment is produce an area that creates a positive and enjoyable experience.
E-motion is a dance club for all Etown students. Dances are offered in all levels, beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Students can audition for as many dances as they would like but must choose 3 or less to be in. Our dances range in style including, but not limited to, contemporary, hip-hop, jazz, lyrical, tap, modern, ballet, swing, pointe, and Irish step. Dances are choreographed by students in the club each semester. Students will prepare throughout the semester at a 1.5 hour long practice each week during the allotted time slot for their dance that will be determined in the beginning of the semester in order to perform at the showcase at the end of the semester.
Elizabethtown Allies is a gender and sexuality alliance that strives to build a community among all people regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. Meetings are held weekly and events vary from group trips to discussions of current events, issues, and popular culture. Membership is open to students, faculty, staff, and community members. Allies aims to provide a safe, open, respectful, and supportive environment.
The purpose of the Etown Stamps Scholars Society is to promote and strengthen the Stamps Scholars’ contributions to Elizabethtown College and the surrounding community, as well as foster a spirit of service and unity in student members.
The purpose of the Family Business and Entrepreneurship Club shall be to function as a social and educational extension of the members’ academic studies. Its activities shall be designed to nurture an entrepreneurial mindset across campus through student opportunities and experiential learning. It will stimulate interest, scholarly attainment, and career development.
German Club provides an opportunity for Elizabethtown College students to further their skills of the German language and to expand their knowledge of the German culture. This is done through weekly meetings, which incorporate educational activities and games, as well as special events.
The Habitat for Humanity Club works with the Lancaster-Lebanon chapter of Habitat for Humanity, and we help build houses. The goals of the organization is to build homes in the central Pennsylvania area; create a passion and advocate for Habitat as an organization and raise awareness for Habitat regionally and on the Elizabethtown Campus.
The purpose of High Voltage is to provide an open environment for exploring the field of Engineering without requiring members to pursue an engineering major or join a professional organization. This will be achieved through various projects, workshops, and demonstrations throughout the year. We will also host campus and community events in order to share the things we have discovered, and to provide learning experiences nonmembers.
The purpose of the Hillel is to help create a sense of community among the Jewish students of Elizabethtown College, and help them with their own sense of Jewish identity, culture, and heritage. Monthly meetings are held in which religious concerns and topics can be discussed. Events are coordinated for the Elizabethtown College community to help them better understand Jewish religion and its traditions.
Honors Council is a group of students that serve members of the honors program. The council plans events, represents the honors program, and connects honors students with the honors director and other faculty. Our mission statement is to enhance honors learning opportunities and represent the needs of the individuals in the Elizabethtown College Honors Program.
Elizabethtown College’s Horticulture & Sustainability effort comprises a multifaceted, perpetually evolving approach to student involvement with a variety of activities and pursuits related to the eponymous subject matter. The tasks undertaken, and specific activities we choose to incorporate, will vary as time goes on and goals are accomplished. The founding principles of the group are based in the practices of horticulture and aspects of sustainable living. Skills of self-reliance, independence, trial-and-error, and interdisciplinary incorporation are key facets to subject approach. Members are expected to engage with the club in the best ways they know how, to provide what they, as individuals, can, to the greater community we comprise. The greater community will respond in kind.
The intellectual film club puts on a shadow cast performance of the Rocky Horror Picture Show every year. Afterward we hold mystery science theater every other week. We basically celebrate old movies along the same lines as the Rocky Horror Picture Show with call lines about the movie. As a group we build bonds over similar interests that aren't as obviously shown and keep up a following for classic movies.
InterVarsity is a group of students who love Jesus and want to share that love with Elizabethtown College. In doing so, we host popular events such as Text-a-Toastie and Coffeehouse in the KAV. We also have a weekly gathering called Revive, Bible studies, and other fun social events. We are committed to growing in love for God, God's word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture, and God's purposes in the world. ALL Elizabethtown College students are welcome to any InterVarsity event on campus.
The purpose of It’s On Us Etown is to raise awareness about sexual assault on our campus and prevent it, as well as educating students about resources they have to report and intervene in sexual assault. This is done through bi-weekly meetings and planning events every month, whether serious or light-hearted. The club provides members with a unique opportunity to develop skills in leadership, program planning, advertising, and educating their fellow students. The club benefits the community by offering educational activities for students through community service.
Education Club provides an atmosphere in which future educators feel safe, accepted, and motivated to become successful teachers through their community service work with the children of the surround communities. The object of KDP shall be to recognize Education Club members who meet the National Honor Society requirements. The purpose of the Education Organization shall be to oversee the blending of these two clubs and to oversee community service activities.
Our mission is to further explore our interests in Korean culture through music, media, films, culinary arts and fitness, as well as spread cultural understanding and acceptance.
The League of Legends Club is a community of gamers who come together to play a game and learn fundamentals such as focus, teamwork, and practice. It's similar to a sport (actually an esport) and the government has recognized professional gamers as athletes. In the club we talk about League of Legends as well as the in-club tournament we have. We also talk about strategy and anything else that happens to change in the game to fluctuate our brain muscle and think deeper.
Link of Elizabethtown College pairs college students with local kids/teens with autism for a buddy/mentorship program.
The purpose of Mad Cow is to hone comedic improvisational skills through regular rehearsals, attendance at workshops and other improvisation style productions, and to perform shows on and off campus each semester. The club provides its members with an opportunity to develop skills in public performance, quick thinking, and enhances interpersonal relationships. The club benefits the campus community by offering free entertainment different from other groups on campus, through community service, campus shows, and representing the college in the community.
The Math Club helps to bring students of the Math Department together, but all events are open to anyone even if they're not in the Math Club. We have several fun nights where we watch movies or play games with students and professors to unwind. We also host more proactive events such as Resume Night, where professors will critique your resume in order to help prepare for application processes. We are also working on hosting a Panel of people with different math related jobs to come talk about their experiences, in order to benefit math majors who aren't sure what types of careers are out there.
Melica is the all-female a cappella group at Elizabethtown College. We perform at many events on and around campus. The events on-campus include the annual MVP Homecoming Spectacular, The Girls’ Night Out concert that spreads awareness for those impacted by domestic violence, and the Spring Show. We have also performed at Masonic Village, the President’s Dinner, Folklore Coffee & Co. and many other venues. We have also been invited to compete in ICCA’s several times.
Men's Club Soccer is an intercollegiate team that participates in a national club soccer league. We have our regular season during the fall semester, play in an indoor league during the beginning of the second semester, and move back outdoors for our spring season after spring break.
As an organization, we hold practices in which we help develop the skills of our members in the sport of volleyball. The goal is to help improve the skills of players who have been playing this sport for many years, and to help encourage new people to try the sport. We compete against other colleges club teams in tournaments during the fall semester. During the spring semester, the team will be a part of the MACVC league for the season.
The purpose of the Mock Trial Club is to assist in the club portion of the Elizabethtown Mock Trial Team. The Mock Trial Club is formed in recognition of the fact that students on the Mock Trial Team often participate in events that have both class and club aspects.
The purpose of Momentum Society is to continue to the community formed through the Momentum Program. The club serves every Momentum cohort, past and present. The club provides members with the opportunity to connect with students from other cohorts and further the teachings of the Momentum Society, such as understanding the world around us, past and present, understanding the importance of a liberal arts education, and fulfilling our duties as integral parts of the communities around us. The Momentum Society benefits the community by committing civic engagement. The Momentum Society inspires its member to be active members of the local community and beyond, bother during their time as students and as alumni.
NSTA is the National Science Teacher Association. As one of the four Ed clubs, we are involved in a lot of Ed department event planning. We also do science based events and do service projects like our creek cleanup last spring or our Lake Placida cleanup this fall.
The purpose of NSBE is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
The purposes of this Club which is non-political and non-sectarian is to help organize events and projects for the club members to stimulate interest in international affairs and those among the students and the community of Elizabethtown College. The club will promote the understanding of the importance of the international issues of the day and facilitate unbiased discussions.
The purpose of the multicultural club shall be to increase awareness of and appreciation of diversity at Elizabethtown College and around the world. Noir will sponsor programs to learn about and share different cultures. Lastly, the club will broaden minds and increase skills in peace making and creativity.
We, as collegiate members of PCMEA, will work together to advocate for music education and provide service to the community through musical activities and performances. We will strive to uphold values of intentional community as individuals within the organization.
Our definition of intentional community is to be positive, professional, personable, and respectful. We will aspire to recognize the importance and strengths of each individual, and foster a safe community in which we can grow together as aspiring educators. We will uphold the musical and academic standards of the Elizabethtown College Music Program, and form relationships with each other and with the Elizabethtown College faculty. We will hold each other accountable for upholding these ideals and values.
Phalanx is E-town's All Male a cappella group. We perform a number of shows on and off campus every semester to raise money and awareness for our group and for various charities.
Photography Club focuses on developing skills and sharing the love for photography. No experience is needed to be a part of this club, just an interest! We also take occasional trips to photograph different sights and locations.
The mission of Pi Theta Epsilon is to: Support the practice of occupational sciences and the practice of authentic occupational therapy by promoting research, leadership and scholarly activities by its members. In this way, the organization serves not only the profession, but helps to ensure quality health care services for the general public. Ideals The ideals of Pi Theta Epsilon are to stimulate, recognize, and reward:
- Clinical practice that demonstrates the principles of authentic occupational therapy
- Educational systems that support excellence in scholarship, research, and critical thinking (related to authentic OT) in its students and faculty. For example, we want to support educational systems which prepare students to:
- Become practitioners of authentic occupational therapy
- Endeavor to conduct research
- Strive to attain the ideals of PTE
- Stimulate research through a program of awards and mentorship
The purposes of Pi Theta Epsilon (PTE), as stated in the society’s constitution, are to:
- Recognize and encourage scholastic excellence of occupational therapy students
- Contribute to the advancement of the field of occupational therapy through scholarly activities, such as research development, continuing education, and information exchange between student and alumni members
- Provide a vehicle for students enrolled in accredited programs in Occupational Therapy to exchange information and to collaborate regarding scholarly activities
The purpose of the Pre-Law Club shall be to educate and inform pre-law prelaw students about the law school experience and the legal profession.
Psi Chi is a National Psychological Honor Society. The Chapter at Etown invites students who are a Psychology major or minor and excel academically. We have service opportunities related to psychology on campus for our students to partake in, as well as guest lectures, trainings, and other fun events.
SEEDS Ecology Club is a club for students with an interest in ecology, nature, and the environment, and we participate in activities intended to improve our understanding and appreciation of the natural world.
The mission and purpose of the Elizabethtown College Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society aligns with that of the larger International organization.The purposes of the Society shall be literary and educational. The Society shall strive to confer distinction for high achievement in English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate, and professional studies. Provide, through its local chapters, cultural stimulation on college campuses and promote interest in literature and the English language in the surrounding communities. The Society will foster all aspects of the discipline of English, including literature, language and writing.
The SEC has the mission to educate the Elizabethtown College community about the importance of social impact business practices and to mobilize students from all academic departments to collaborate on local, national, and global impact projects. Interdisciplinary partnerships that empower underserved groups and cultivate experiential learning for undergraduate students while providing an economic return for investors will support the College's motto, "Educate for Service."
The SEC is modeled after the mission of The Social Enterprise Institute (SEI) @Elizabethtown College: "Professional Sciences paired with Liberal Arts disciplines embedded in a uniquely designed Business Model to address a specific persistent social problem with a sustainable solution.
The SEC is an active member of the Lancaster Chapter of the Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA), a social business consortium. The SEA serves as a, "...champion and key catalyst for the development of the social enterprise sector in the United States" and to "...empower social enterprises with the tools and resources they need to succeed, and work to foster a social enterprise ecosystem in which they can thrive.
The purpose of the Social Work Student Association is to bring together people interested in social work and to get to know each other to share ideas dealing with society and the profession. Members are encouraged to take advantage of the social work opportunities that are provided by the officers, faculty, and community of Elizabethtown College.
In support of the Department of Fine and Performing Arts’ mission statement, sock and Buskin will help nurture and educate students for life-long participation in and support of the arts. Sock and Buskin will provide opportunities for non-major as well as Theatre major and minor students to participate in the theatre discipline, as well as present performances and exhibitions of high quality to the college community and the public that engage and challenge student participants. Sock and Buskin will also encourage important social, collegial and professional relationships to develop in support of one another through the common interest of theatre.
The Spanish Club promotes the learning of the Spanish language to all that want to learn about hispanic culture or language no matter the ability of the member.
Spikeball club gathers bi-weekly to play Spikeball. We try to have bigger meetings with multiple games going on simultaneously.
Stitch2Serve is a club for knitters and crocheters to come together to learn to knit and crochet, better their skills and relax throughout the semester. We typically have a semester-long project that club members can make which we then donate to an organization in the community; the club supplies all the yarn and needles for our donated projects.
Chem Club is a student chapter of the American Chemical Society that is open to all students at the school. We participate in a variety of service activities such as the Fall Festival during Into the Streets and trips to Lancaster Science Factory to run kid-friendly experiments there. The club also sponsors professional development opportunities through ACS hosted webinars and trips to ACS National Meetings to present departmental research.
The Elizabethtown College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is the voice of Elizabethtown College Student-Athletes in matters associated with the college, the Landmark Conference, and the NCAA, while bringing the athletes together to provide recognition and community through support of athletics, academics, campus life, and services to others. SAAC is open to any and all Elizabethtown College student-athletes who wish to participate. Meetings are held bi-weekly on Thursday nights at 8pm.
This group is a student ran group in support of the Occupational Therapy Students at Elizabethtown College. Our main goals are to advocate for the students and profession, become a student resource, and provide service to the community.
The Elizabethtown College Student Senate is the governing assembly of the student body at the College. The Senate represents the voice of students to Faculty, Staff, Administration, and other stakeholders on campus. Through consideration, deliberation, and action on a variety of concerns, ranging from academic, social, administrative, etc., the Student Senate finds its purpose in advocating for student rights.
Self-defense training is crucial for Elizabethtown College students. Simply put; having an understanding and basic ability of defense technique can help people to better respond to situations which arise in day-to-day life. Anybody can learn a fighting technique. However, it takes a higher level of discipline to learn a fighting technique and practice self-control. “Karate” transcends purely violent fighting tactics, when a “block first, punch second” ideal is adopted. The phrase “Martial Arts” can seem misleading as a concept. However, this club’s purpose here at Elizabethtown College is not to inflict pain, but rather to train individuals to respond to situations where a defensive tactic could save them from harm.
The major objective and primary responsibility of this organization is to provide students the opportunity to expand upon their awareness and knowledge of psychology through activities concentrated in specific subdivisions of psychology. In addition, “The Psychology Club of Elizabethtown College” allows students to engage in recreational activities with individuals who share similar professional goals.
The Purpose of Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society shall be 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.
We were started in the fall of 2013 and our mission is to spread the love of Ultimate to the Elizabethtown College campus and community. By sharing the "Spirit of the Game" we foster an inclusive environment where everyone can come to play regardless of experience. The club hopes to facilitate healthy and friendly athletics for the college as a way to de-stress during the semester. As a competitive team, the Jelly Swatters’ will is to compete against other teams around the immediate area in Ultimate scrimmages and tournaments.
The purpose of the United Nations Campus Peacemakers is to support the ideals and beliefs held by UNA-USA, to allow members to serve as ambassadors for the UN in the local community and to educate themselves and others on the vital work of the UN, and to host events that help spread awareness about current global issues.
Vocalign is the co-ed acapella group on campus we do performances on and off campus for no profit.
We are the women's club soccer team! We play soccer against other schools and teams within our league.
The Elizabethtown College Young Americans for Liberty seeks to promote the Libertarian philosophy by educating the Elizabethtown Community and advocating for individual rights and the constitutionality of a limited government.