Welcome to our clubs and organizations page! Edinboro SGA has over 100 active clubs and organizations to join! If you would like to reactivate a club/organization, create a club on campus or would like more information about a club/organization please contact our SGA President Andre Roberts at email@example.com or our SGA Parliamentarian Megan Kupniewski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
African Student Association (INACTIVE)
Agent Provocateur Magazine (INACTIVE)
African Student Association is designed to provide a forum for students of African heritage to assist in the spread of awareness of the African heritage in the community at large. The purpose of this organization is to improve the University and local community as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members.
Alpha Chi (INACTIVE)
Alpha Phi Omega is a National, co-ed, service fraternity dedicated to developing leadership, promoting friendship, providing service to the campus of Edinboro University, the community, and to the nation. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is to maintain an environment that provides for personal growth, academic improvement, and the social interaction of its members in order to enhance their educational experience and to develop a brotherhood through strong academic, standards and community service.
Alpha Phi Sigma is the national honor society for criminal justice. The society recognizes scholastic excellence by undergraduate and graduate students in the criminal justice sciences. Once a student is inducted into Alpha Phi Sigma, it is a lifelong membership. With this membership students are invited to attend annual criminal justice conferences at various locations throughout the country, paid for by Alpha Phi Sigma. In addition, Alpha Phi Sigma shall recognize and promote high scholarship among students actively engaged in college preparation for professional services in the Criminal Justice field.
Alpha Psi Omega (Service Fraternity) (INACTIVE)
Alpha Sigma Lambda (Honor Society) (INACTIVE)
Amateur Radio Club of Edinboro University (INACTIVE)
The purpose of the Edinboro American Sign Language Club is to learn and improve signing skills
The Edinboro Animation club is a meeting place made up of animators, both computer and traditional, fans of animation and animation professionals. We help animators further their education outside of class by offering multiple drawing exercises, including figure drawing, caricaturing and storyboarding. Our club also has a fun and friendly environment where you can meet and network with other animators, make friends, and improve your skills!
The purpose of this club is to expand and encourage interest in other cultures, of the past and present, not normally discussed in the classroom, enhance the educational opportunities of those interested in anthropology, and to continue the Speakers program and educational trips.
We strive to achieve two goals: (1) to promote greater understanding of American history and society among students from Asia and (2) to promote greater understanding of Asian culture among students and faculty of EUP. The membership is open to all EUP students. All students from Asia are members. We welcome especially American students who are interested in Asia to join us as members. Any EUP faculty interested in Asian culture is invited to be “the Friends of the Asia Club.” To achieve our goals, we plan the following annual activities: (1) Trips to America’s historical sites (2) A speech/dinner in April in conjunction with the Asia Month (3) Cooking demonstration and sampling of Oriental foods (4) Showing of Asian films.
Astronomy/Planetarium Club (INACTIVE)
Boro Association for the Education of Young Children (INACTIVE)
The United Brothers is an organization committed to providing a forum for students to exchange ideas, opinions and plans in which to better themselves and eradicate the negative stereotypes placed upon black men and other men of color. Membership into the organization of the United Brothers is open to all students enrolled at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, regardless of race, creed, national origin, ancestry, gender, age, handicap, veteran status or sexual orientation. Anyone can become a member provided they are in good academic and disciplinary standing with the University, posses a minimum GPA of 2.0, and have the best interests of the organization at heart.
The purpose of the Edinboro University Business and Economics Club shall be to improve the University and local/regional communities through community service as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members.
Campus Crusade for Christ (INACTIVE)
The purpose of Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship shall be to improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. Chi Alpha will seek to give students on campus a place to worship, fellowship, pray and meet together in expression of their belief in God. Membership is open to any student enrolled in Edinboro University, without regard to sex, race, creed, ancestry, national origin, or disability. Members must abide by all rules and regulations set forth by the constitution, its amendments, and by-laws.
Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society (INACTIVE)
Chi Sigma Iota (INACTIVE)
Christ for Life (INACTIVE)
The Church at Edinboro Student Organization (INACTIVE)
Circle K is the college level of Kiwanas and Key Club. We meet one night a week to do something fun and plan service projects for our club. Our projects range from serving ice cream at the nursing home, to hanging out at the day care center, and raising money for local shelters. Circle K is a great way to make new friends and an opportunity to get credit for helping the community.
The purpose of the Clay Club is to improve the University and local community through community service projects such as donating bowls that we make to local food banks. Clay Club also enhances the educational and social experiences of its members. Members often travel to workshops to interact with other students and professional artists.
College Democrats (INACTIVE)
College Republicans (INACTIVE)
Commuter Club (INACTIVE)
We are a group of students that share a common interest in computers and modern technology. This club was formed so that we could all get together and meet people interested in the things that interest us.Nothing is mandatory, but we hold regular meetings and try to hold events such as bowling,lan parties and gaming nights, where our members get together outside of classes and just have fun. Feel free to come by anytime we have a meeting or just shoot us an email and get involved! After all, a club is only as good as its members are willing to make it the club generally meets in the Doucette Linux lab, We usually plan upcoming events and discuss what direction we want to take the club in at these meetings, so try to show up if you can! the computer science club supports and finances the programming team.
The purpose of the Counseling Club shall be to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members as well as nonmembers interested in the field of community counseling, rehabilitation counseling, school guidance, and student personnel services. Active members must have a cumulative graduate QPA of 3.0 or better.
The purpose of the Criminal Justice Club is to promote activities related to criminal justice professions. The Criminal Justice Club sponsors speakers on campus and takes many field trips to various prisons, jails, courts, crime labs and other interesting places. The club shall improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. All majors are welcomed to participate.
Delta Alpha Pi – Beta Chapter (INACTIVE)
Delta Mu Delta (Active)
Delta Mu Delta is a national honor society that promotes and recognizes outstanding business student achievement. Membership in the society provides the opportunity to interact with faculty and other outstanding students through speakers, discussions, field trips, and other activities. Edinboro students are eligible for induction through its Iota Omega Chapter. Delta Mu Delta membership is the highest national recognition a business student can earn, and is a distinguished honor to include on one’s resume. Students who are inducted become lifetime members. At Edinboro University, induction occurs at a special ceremony designed to celebrate student achievement.
The Drawing and Painting Club offers extra-curricular opportunities which augment the Drawing and Painting area’s curricular offerings. Activities include a visiting speaker series, a daytrip each semester to a regional art museum, and juried Club group exhibition opportunities, both on and off-campus. In addition, the club offers an opportunity for selected club members to spend a weekend in a larger metropolitan area so they can visit numerous art museums and galleries.
East Area Hall Council (INACTIVE)
Our goal is to Entertain and Educate. We strive to broaden your film vocabulary through our Programs and Spotlight Events. Standing out from other series by bringing in Filmmakers and giving those in attendance the opportunity to ask questions and meet the Artists. These events are organized by a dedicated committee of students and will build leadership, budgetary, and promotional skills for those involved in the program.
Edinboro Students Craving Anime (ESCA) (INACTIVE)
The purpose of the Emergency Services Organization shall be to improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the educati8nal and social experiences of its members. The group will exist to educate and train its members in the emergency service fields. This will provide a better service to the community and to the institution that fosters it. The organization will also give its members the chance to develop their social skills and as well as their practical skills.
The purpose of the English and Humanities Club is to create an intellectual climate at the university by providing cultural opportunities and lectures otherwise inaccessible to University and community members.Open to all students, we offer:Road trips to Local, Regional, and International plays, musical events, museums, and other cultural venues.Sponsored Speakers presenting a variety of interesting and thought provoking topics.
The purpose of the EUP Jiu Jitsu Club shall be to improve the university and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. The members shall learn various techniques of self defense, sportmanship, and the rules of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
The purpose of the Exercise Science Club shall be to improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. The purpose of this club is to help provide students with practical experiences that reinforce the concepts relating to exercise science as well as provide service to the community for events that relate to exercise science. Furthermore, the club is to look at the more scientific part of exercise and the physiological aspects of exercise. The club is designed for those interested in research, laboratory experiments, and focus on scientific information. The club will participate in events such as the Boston Marathon or other community events that provide members with experiences that demonstrate the effects of rigorous training on the athletes that participate in these activities. The club will encourage student research and participation in the Mid-Atlantic (and/or) National American College of Sports Medicine conference.
The purpose of the Film Club shall be to improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. The Film Club shall seek to provide a network of resources to students in all majors related to film. The ultimate goal of the Film Club is to enhance the art of Film at Edinboro University. Membership is open to any student enrolled in Edinboro University, without regard to sex, race, creed, ancestry, national origin, or disability.
Future Elementary Educators (FEE/ACEI) (INACTIVE)
Golden Key Club (INACTIVE)
The Graduate Professional Development Program (GPDP) is making funds available for graduate students professional development grants. The grants are intended to help students in scholarly activity and in the presentation of papers at meetings or conferences during the fall and spring semesters. The grants can be used only to defray registration, transportation, and lodging costs. An application for funding requires a presentation of documentation to the committee. Applications are looked at upon favorably when the student has taken time to find alternative funding sources, research available economy fares, and is willing to car pool. Travel within 500 miles of Edinboro is commonly funded at ground transportation rates only. Students are encouraged to travel together by car or van to save on individual costs. Please keep in mind that funding is limited and available on a first come, first serve basis. Graduate Student Council is a place to share ideas and concerns expressly involving the needs of Graduate Students at EUP. The Council organizes our Grad Hours, Scholarships, Speakers and events and more. The Graduate Professional Development Program provides travel and other funding for graduate students.
Graduate Social Work Association (INACTIVE)
Graduate Student Council (INACTIVE)
The Graphic Design Club is aimed at the communication graphic majors of EUP. Members can gain knowledge and criticism of their work from their peers. The Graphic Design Club organizes such activities as an annual Graphic Design Show, computer demonstrations for high school art days, as well as inviting guest speakers. The club also attends studio tours that provide experience and insight of professional design firms.
The Health and Physical Education Majors Club provides a variety of professional development and community service opportunities for all students majoring or minoring in any of the HPE department’s degree programs. Students are able to attend the annual conference of the Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, and are often able to serve as presiders for professional presentations and the conference. Students are also able to participate in community service activities, including American Red Cross blood drives held at EUP. Students are also able to participate in a variety of other activities, including guest speaker presentations. This club is an excellent way for HPE students to meet other HPE majors, make professional contacts, and build their resumes.
The purpose of the Highland Ambassadors organization is to improve the University and local community through service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. The Highland Ambassadors aim to serve the University and its students of the past, present, and future. Our mission is to promote Edinboro University and its interests and goals among future and current students, alumni, and friends and to instill in them the value of a lifelong relationship with the University.
Highlander Archery Club (INACTIVE)
The purpose of the History Club is to enhance the educational and social experience of students at EUP. The club organizes a variety of panel discussions revolving around historical and cultural subjects. Every fall the club takes a trip to a major historical site or city. In the past, the club has visited Washington D.C., Williamsburg, and Toronto. The club is a large and active organization on campus.
The Edinboro Identity Organization provides a safe environment for Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, straight, and questioning youth to meet, socialize, and support one another. We meet weekly at 8:30 pm in the Women’s Center which is located on the first floor of Centennial Hall. We work to promote activism, education, and awareness at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. The Organization is open to all students, friends, and families.
The affiliation aspires to enrich the local community, both on and off campus, by ensuring cultural diversity. Activities include the International Dinner, trips, campus events and social mixers.
The purpose of this organization is to encourage and support scholarship and excellence in the area of Women’s Studies at Edinboro University and to improve the University and local community through community service projects. Membership shall be open to any Edinboro University student, without regard to gender, race, ethnicity, religion, differing abilities, economic class, or sexual orientation. The student must be either an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled full or part time in a degree program. The student must either be enrolled in the Women’s Studies Minor program, or be a student, undergraduate or graduate, who demonstrates a strong interest in Women’s Studies. Student must have achieved third semester standing with at least 6 credits of women’s studies coursework with a QPA of 3.0 and an overall QPA of 3.0.
Kappa Delta Pi (National Educational Honor Society) (INACTIVE)
Lambda Pi Eta (INACTIVE)
The Latino Student Organization exists to develop activities that provide students opportunities to network with others who share similar cultural backgrounds and interests. We encourage all students to achieve their academic and professional potential through individual and group interaction, campus administration, and the community while emphasizing the importance of Latino cultural and family values.
Literary Club (INACTIVE)
Marathon Club (INACTIVE)
The purpose of our club is to foster an awareness of the field of metal, smithing and jewelry design. To make this possible, we bring in guest artists to lecture about their work, and attend museum exhibitions and the Society of North American Goldsmiths conference. Funds to support the club are raised through the sale of member work.
Minority Mentorship Club (INACTIVE)
The purpose of the Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Model NATO is to broaden student’s interaction, experience, understanding, and drive for international relations. Model NATO gives student’s the opportunity to enhance their public speaking, social skills, and debate skills. By developing the unique and beneficial dexterity that Model NATO encourages of its members, student’s find in themselves the motivation and ardor gained through active association with the Model NATO experience. These qualities and others are what Edinboro University students master for both application in their studies and in the world around them.
Music Educators National Conference (MENC) (INACTIVE)
National Council of Teachers of English and Language Arts (INACTIVE)
N.S.A. is made up of Catholic and other EUP students who are interested in developing a relationship with God and others and living by authentic human and Christian values in order to become committed and faithful members of our church and society. The members work together toward the goal of well-founded personal, social, and spiritual attitudes through discussion, bible study, retreat experiences, social gatherings, and opportunities to serve others.
Peer Tutors Association (INACTIVE)
The purpose of Phi Alpha Honor Society is to provide a closer bond among students of social work and promote humanitarian goals and ideals. Phi Alpha fosters high standards of education for social workers and invites into membership those who have attained excellence in scholarship and achievement in social work. Phi Alpha offers membership to social work students, faculty, and practitioners. Student from BSW and MSW programs that are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education or accepted into candidacy status are eligible for Phi Alpha Membership. The qualifications for individual membership in the Kappa Epsilon Chapter are as follows: Undergraduate Student is eligible for membership after achieving the following requirements; Declared social work as a major, achieved sophomore status, completed 9 semester hours of required social work courses, achieved an overall grad point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, achieved a 3.25 grade point average in required social work courses. Graduate student in social work is eligible for membership after achieving the following requirements: Completed one semester of course work with a minimum of 15 credits, achieve a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Memberships available to all full time social work faculty. Honorary membership is awarded to person outside the program who have made a significant contribution to the program and/or society.
Phi Alpha Theta (INACTIVE)
Phi Epsilon Kappa (INACTIVE)
Phi Sigma Iota (International Foreign Language Honor Society) (INACTIVE)
Phi Sigma Pi (National Honor Fraternity) (Active)
Phi Sigma Pi seeks to enrich the educational opportunities of students by fostering the ideals of scholarship, leadership, and fellowship.
Philosophy Club (INACTIVE)
The purpose of the Photography Club is to broaden the horizons of photography students by bringing in speakers, discussing current issues, and attending field trips pertaining to the field of photography. The Photography Club also publishes a magazine of documentary photography about Northwestern Pennsylvania.
Physics and Engineering Club/Sigma Pi Sigma (INACTIVE)
Pi Mu Epsilon (Math Honor Society) (INACTIVE)
Pre-Law Society (INACTIVE)
The purpose of Psi Chi shall be to improve the Univeristy and local community through community service as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. Additionally, Psi Chi will encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to enhance the science of psychology.
The Psychology Club is comprised of students who are interested in the area of psychology, including majors and non-majors who are interested in helping organize different activities throughout the semester. The club meets every other week in Compton Hall. The club concentrates on but is not limited to, student-faculty social activities, educational speakers, community service, the undergraduate psychology conference, and the club newsletter. The Psychology Club is also a very useful source of information for graduate school requirements, internships, independent studies, and the general field of psychology. If you would like to be added to the list to receive an email of future meeting dates, please send your name and email address to the president.
The purpose of PRSSA shall be to improve the University and local community through service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. PRSSA exists to enhance our member’s knowledge of public relations and provide access to professional development opportunities. PRSSA also serves the public relations profession by helping to develop highly qualified, well-prepared professionals.
The purpose of the Fellowship of the R.W. Bunsen Society shall be to promote the physical sciences in general and Chemistry in particular as majors and professions by providing educational and social experiences to its members. Membership is open to any student enrolled in Edinboro University without regard to sex, race, creed, ancestry, national origin, or disability. Applicants for membership must have successfully completed at least 4 credit hours. Applicants for membership must have a cumulative quality point average of 2.0 or better.
Residence Hall Association (INACTIVE)
Rho Lambda (INACTIVE)
The School Psychology Club supports continuing education opportunities and activities designed to integrate students into the broader field of school psychology. Other activities include meetings, guest speakers and fundraising. The purpose of the club is to help School Psychology majors remain current in the field and active in both national and state organizations.
SVVA is designed as a peer education program. The purpose is to increase campus awareness about sexual violence and its impact on men and women through comprehensive and innovative education. Objectives center on educating the campus community using a variety of informative educational outreach programs. These programs target acquaintance rape, predatory drugs, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, risk reduction strategies, myths and facts, and other dimensions of sexual violence. Advocates are Edinboro University students who volunteer their time to this important cause.
The Society was established to recognize scholarship and professionalism in the Earth Sciences. It has for its objectives the scholastic, scientific, and professional advancement of its members and the extension of relations of friendship and assistance among colleges and universities which are devoted to the advancement of the Earth Sciences. Any person in any branch of the Earth Sciences who has completed at least 12 semester hours in Earth Science courses and has maintained a minimum 3.0 G.P.A. in all Earth Science courses together with an overall G.P.A. of 2.67 in all college courses is qualified for membership. New members are always welcome, and students not meeting the GPA and credit hour requirement are invited to join us as associate members. Members of the Society (usually 10-15 students) are involved in many activities, including field excursions to learn about the Earth Sciences first hand, peer tutoring, and support of local grade school Earth Science programs. Recent field excursions have taken members to museums in Washington D.C. and Toronto, and to the desert of Death Valley, CA.
Sigma Lambda Honor Society for APCA (INACTIVE)
Sigma Tau Delta (International English Honor Society) (INACTIVE)
The purpose of the Social Work Club shall be to improve the university and local community through service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. Activities include: working at and contributing to the Edinboro Food Pantry, volunteering time and services to the Gertrude Barber Center, providing speaker presentations, and peer monitoring and pre-scheduling assistance.
Sociology Club (INACTIVE)
This is the local chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA) affiliated with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). It serves as a link between the professional organization and both undergraduate and graduate students. Annual events include participation in the Speech and Hearing Alumni Conference and attendance at state and national conventions.
Our purpose is to promote the arts on campus and in the community while facilitating a visiting scholars and artists program. We organize ongoing art trips to Toronto, New York, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Buffalo and other local cultural events. We also oversee the jurying of Bates Gallery, which is the on-campus student gallery. We provide an open forum for art performance and presentation of general meetings, and multi-media shows which feature bands in Doucette 119.
Student Community Outreach Through Services (SCOTS) (INACTIVE)
Student Dietetic Club (INACTIVE)
SGA stands for Student Government Association. SGA provides a representative form of government for the students of Edinboro University. SGA represents the interest and concerns of the student body in order to enhance the quality of student life. SGA officially recognizes and allocates an annual budget to various organizations on campus, while sponsoring campus-wide programs and activities.
The purpose of the Fellowship of the Student Nurses Organization of Edinboro shall be to improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the education and social experience of its members.
Student Pennsylvania State Education Association (SPSEA) (INACTIVE)
Student Philanthropy Council (INACTIVE)
Student Violence Victim Advocates (INACTIVE)
Students for Women’s Equality Organization (INACTIVE)
Students Interested in Expanding Their Horizons (SIXTH) (INACTIVE)
SEED (Students of Edinboro for Environmental Defense) is open to all interested students of any major. It promotes knowledge and awareness of environmental issues. Our organization participates in field trips, invites guest speakers and arranges recreational activities. The club serves the local community through various volunteer projects such as highway and stream cleanups and creating nature trails.
The purpose of Swingboro is to spread the art of social dance in the community through our student members. This shall be done through formal and informal instruction on the fundamentals of swing dance in weekly meetings/classes: by hosting workshops taught by professionals; by hosting dances for students and non-student dancers alike; by attending dances held by other members of the dance community; by attending dance related events, etc.
Tartan Order (INACTIVE)
The United Nations invites diplomats, scholars, experts, and scholars to discuss issues of international peace, diplomacy, and foreign policy; while also discussing the foreign policy of the United States against the members of the United Nations. Other issues addressed are terrorism and new regional developments.
West Area Hall Council (INACTIVE)
Wood Furniture Club (INACTIVE)
The Inter-Fraternity Council is made up of one representative from each of the 7 men’s social fraternities who are nationally recognized by the Inter-Fraternity Conference. IFC is the governing body for the fraternities who oversee men’s recruitment, community service, scholarship, and social functions, as well as plan Greek Week and other Greek events.
The National Panhellenic Council is made up of 2 representatives from each of the 6 women’s social sororities who are nationally recognized by the National Panhellenic Conference. Panhellenic Council is the governing body for the sororities who oversee women’s recruitment, community service, scholarship, and social functions, as well as plan Greek Week and other Greek events.
National Pan Hellenic Council (NPHC) (INACTIVE)
Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York in 1904. Our colors are Red, Buff and Green and our mascot is the loyal Skirious which is a squirrel. The women in Alpha Gamma Delta hold high standards of scholarship and strive for high ideals in college, community and personal life. Alpha Gamma Delta helps to create a woman who is responsible and who possesses a great sense of leadership. Alpha Gamma Delta participates in activities such as Relay for Life, Miracle Mile, Trick or Treating for Juvenile Diabetes which is our national philanthropy, Greek Week, Homecoming and many others that are occurring on campus. The ladies of Alpha Gamma Delta have won Greek Week and Homecoming the past two years. We are driven to continue our success and to show the multiple talents that can be found within our chapter. We are fun, we are successful, we are involved and we demonstrate what sisterhood truly is. Our sisterhood is strong, respectable, and loyal. We are proud of our past, focused on the present, and excited about the future.
Delta Sigma Theta (INACTIVE)
Delta Zeta, established in 1928 is the oldest national sorority located at Edinboro University, which participates in Homecoming and Greek Week along with other activities. We volunteer many hours of service around the community, and we are also a social group. Our social events range from sister and other Greek socials to dynamic formal dances. We pride ourselves on being different, but we share something special, our sisterhood.
The purpose of SAI is to promote music for women, especially American music, within the college as well as throughout the community. Students have the opportunity to perform and express their musical interests (vocal or instrumental) in a supportive environment. You don’t have to be a music major to join!
Sigma Sigma Sigma is a National Panhellenic Conference sorority founded in Virginia on April 20, 1898. We are a national social sorority based on sisterhood, friendship, and fun. We participate in all campus activities, including Homecoming and Greek Week. Our national philanthropy slogan is “Sigmas Serve Children.” All of our sisters are friendly, intelligent, beautiful women who succeed in all of their endeavors. Remember: “Those who receive much, give much.”
Zeta Phi Beta (INACTIVE)
Alpha Phi Alpha (INACTIVE)
Kappa Alpha Psi (INACTIVE)
The primary purpose of Kappa Delta Rho shall be the promotion of good fellowship among its members and the advancement of truth, justice, and virtue. The fraternity shall provide a source of dignity for every member. The fraternity clearly recognizes the need for scholastic achievement, intellectual honesty, community service, and personal and group fiscal responsibility.
Omega Psi Phi (INACTIVE)
Phi Beta Sigma (INACTIVE)
The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity is an association of men who strive to develop the individual in his intellect, in his involvement in the community, and in his faith. Recognizing and valuing the diversity of all, we unite the principles and traditions of our past with the resources and creativity of our present to provide an environment in which our members can realize their highest potential. We offer lifelong experiences in the betterment of both the individual and the community.
Phi Mu Alpha is a social fraternity, founded in Boston, Massachusetts on October 6, 1898 and at Edinboro University since May 2, 1976. The object of the fraternity is for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit, the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in America, and a loyalty to the Alma Mater. Phi Mu Alpha regularly participates in activities such as Homecoming and Greek Week, and also sponsors social activities with other social organizations, service projects, and charitable events. While, many traditions of this fraternity revolve around music, all that is required that you have fun and enjoy music in some form.
Tau Kappa Epsilon was founded on January 10, 1899. Our Vision is to be the best lifelong collegiate social fraternity. Our Mission is to aid men in their mental, moral, and social development for life. Our Purpose is to contribute to the advancement of society through the personal growth of our members, and service to others.
The Fraternity was founded in 1856. It was established as a fraternal organization to promote knowledge and build character. In addition to our social functions we also do projects such as the Annual Red Cross Blood Drive. Our chapter has a non-hazing pledge period where our associate members are taught the main values and concept of Theta Chi. We are a TRUE brotherhood that believes in being gentlemen and helping others.
Theta Xi (INACTIVE)
The Chess club provides a convenient meeting place for students from all parts of the campus who are interested in the game of chess. Discussion of the strategies and tactics of advanced chess playing is encouraged and provided by the faculty advisors and other club members. The main activity of the club is playing chess (including speed chess). Special activities include the Annual Edinboro Student Chess Tournament, and team matches with other schools. The Chess Club meets Tuesdays at 7 on the third floor of the UC. Anyone interested in playing chess, or learning how to play chess better is welcome.
The purpose of the Edinboro Gaming Guild shall be to improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. It will provide a fun and safe environment for gamers across the campus to unite together and play tabletop games. Game types include role playing, card games, and board games. Our goal is to promote companionship through similar interest, teamwork, and develop strategy and critical thinking. Membership is open to any student enrolled in Edinboro University without regard to sex, race, creed, ancestry, national origin, or disability. Requirements of members: Members must meet all financial obligations as set forth in Article V. of this Constitution. Members must abide by all rules and regulations se forth by this constitution, its amendments, and by-laws.
Edinboro University Martial Arts Club (INACTIVE)
The Equestrian team is an SGA sponsored team sport that is affiliated with the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA). The primary purpose of the team is to field the Edinboro University Equestrian Team is to compete in Intercollegiate Horse Show Association competitions. There are currently twenty intercollegiate teams competing in IHSA, Region 3, and Zone 3. The equestrian team competes in hunt seat equitation competitions with a maximum of 10 shows per season (approx. 3-6 show/semester). The Intercollegiate Horse Show Association provides a unique experience for college students as the horses are provided by the host college and selected for the riders through a random drawing prior to the competition. The equestrian team provides eligible students with opportunities to continue riding and competing in equestrian sports while pursuing their academic degree at Edinboro University. Competitive tryouts are held prior to the beginning of the fall semester, or as openings become available. For those of you who are experienced riders and do not want to give up your passion for riding while attending college, the Edinboro University Equestrian Team can help to meet your needs and enrich your college experience. The equestrian team is an excellent way to mix extra-curricular activities with your academic schedule. Tryouts are competitive and there are a limited number of riding positions available. Riding experience is required in order to try out for the team.
Fencing Club (INACTIVE)
The purpose of the EUP Flying Scots Quidditch Club shall be to improve the University and local community through service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members.
Golf Club (INACTIVE)
Ice Hockey Team (INACTIVE)
Rifle Club (INACTIVE)
The purpose of the Soccer Club shall be to improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members.
The Ultimate Frisbee Team enhances the educational and social experiences of their members through athletics, cooperation, socialization, inter-collegiate competition and “The Spirit of the Game.”
ETV provides students an opportunity to write, direct and serve as on-air talent for television programs. The primary program is ENN, a weekly newscast produced and hosted by EUP students. In addition to programming and journalism experience, ETV enables students to cultivate their leadership skills by serving on the executive board.
The Spectator is Edinboro University’s campus newspaper. A weekly publication, The Spectator is created by a staff of student editors, writers and photographers. Papers are distributed to campus each Thursday and content is uploaded throughout the week on our website.
The staff strives to cover all news throughout the campus and local region that is relevant to our readers, including both students and community members.
88.9 WFSE – Fighting Scots Radio is a student-run non-commercial educational radio station offering a wide variety of programming, including:
Music with our fine DJs
Sports coverage including live broadcasts of EUP’s on- and off-campus sporting events
Campus and local news and information
Pennsylvania news you can use
Live-streaming at http://www.wfseradio.com
The station is located in the campus media center at Compton 102B.
If you’re interested in getting involved, like to meet new people, want to learn about the radio business, expand your skill-set, and have a lot of fun, WFSE-FM is an organization to consider becoming a part of. We are always looking for volunteers to help out in music, news, promotions, and sports. To find out more, contact us via email at email@example.com .
Performing Arts Series (Active)
Spirit of the Scots Marching Band is the largest and most visible ensemble on campus. The band consists of woodwinds, brass, percussion, Tam-O-Shanters (dancers), and Color Guard members. The Spirit of the Scots performs at all home football games and accompanies the team on select out of town trips each year with all expenses paid. The marching band also performs at professional football games and at high school band festivals and competitions. Membership is open to any interested student. Auditions for the dance line and color guard are held on campus in the spring and summer. Marching band members attend band camp on the Edinboro University campus for one week before classes begin in the fall.
The purpose of the Dr. Robert C. Weber Honors Program shall be to improve the University and local community through community service projects as well as to enhance the educational and social experiences of its members. Membership is open to any student enrolled in Edinboro University, without regard to sex, race, creed, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability, who fulfills the following requirements; applicants for membership must be participants in the Robert C. Weber Honors Program, Applicants for membership must have a cumulative quality point average of 3.5 or better.
Leadership Edinboro strives to provide quality leadership training for the student population at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Leadership Edinboro is a comprehensive four-year program based on the principles of quality leadership through team building, character building, service learning, and mentoring.
The University Programming Board is responsible for organizing and scheduling entertainment and activities on campus. It is a student lead and student funded board that works with agents, performers, entertainers, and other famous people, in order to ensure a variety of programs take place on campus. UPB is focused on bringing in programming that enhances the educational, cultural, social, and recreational aspects of the university. Along with the programs that occur throughout each semester, we also plan major campus events such as Homecoming and Snowfest. Any student with a 2.3 QPA is welcome to join!
The United voices of Edinboro are students who come together to give God the praise through many different gifts. Whether it is Gospel Rap, Mime, Dance or lifting our voices to God, we fell free to experience everything that the Holy Spirit has in store for us. We do not discriminate of any race or disability. All you need is a willing spirit to worship and praise God.
University Players (UP) is a student-directed dramatic organization. Members participate in, direct, and organize multiple productions every semester. This organization is open to all persons with an interest in theatre whether it is acting, directing, management, design or technical. We also perform services for the community and campus. The membership fee is $5.00 per semester to become a voting member, but everyone is welcome to come to meetings and join in on activities.