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Through participation in its co-curricular and extracurricular activities, Holy Family University offers its students opportunities for developing personally and socially. Student clubs and organizations on campus exist to encourage both social and professional growth.
Albertans – The Albertans, Holy Family University’s science club, fosters interest in the various fields of science by means of exhibits, films, and tours. Although most members are science concentrators, this is not required for membership. Any funds raised during their activities are used to benefit students in the science area of Holy Family University.
Alliance for Student Equality - This organization recognizes the respect and dignity of the whole person in support of promoting the development of the personal identity and social equality on campus.
Ambassadors – The Ambassador organization was formed to assist the Admissions Office. Through a variety of activities, the Ambassadors provide a valuable service of welcoming prospective and new students to Holy Family University.
Army Reserve Officer Training Program (ROTC) – Holy Family University students can participate in the Army Reserve Officers Training Program sponsored by the Military Science Department at Temple University.
There are significant scholarship opportunities for students who choose to participate in ROTC programs. There is also leadership training, worldwide adventure opportunity and a career path to commissioning as a military officer. Students desiring more information should contact the program directly at 215-204-7480.
Business Society – The Business Society is the oldest club in the School of Business Administration and is open to all students at Holy Family University. Students are exposed to a host of personal development opportunities during the academic year, including tours of local companies in the Philadelphia area, hosting seminars and forums with local business leaders, and participating in community service projects.
Campus Ministry Team - Campus Ministry seeks to encourage others to make room for the spirit of God in their lives. Students interested in helping with ministry activities should contact the Director of Campus Ministry.
Cheerleading - The Holy Family University cheerleading squad supports and cheers on our athletic programs as they generate excitement and enthusiasm in the fans.
Cultural Life – Situated near metropolitan Philadelphia, Holy Family University affords its students the many educational advantages of city art galleries, concert halls, libraries, museums, theaters, and scientific and technological centers. The University also enjoys the social and cultural resources of the many colleges and universities in Philadelphia and its metropolitan area. Faculty and School Deans organize field trips to places of educational interest in Pennsylvania and surrounding states. On its campus, the University seeks to enrich the cultural life of its students, its faculty, and the local community through a diversified program of workshops, lectures, and musical and dramatic events.
Drama Club - The Drama Club was newly formed to foster interest in theatre and showcase student talents in venues outside the regular student productions associated with the current acting class.
Education Connection (P.S.E.A.) - This is the campus chapter of the Pennsylvania Student Education Association. Its aim is to encourage and assist future teachers to continue the development of their qualifications for more effective instruction through co-curricular activities.
Environmental Club - The Environmental Club is the student-driven group aspiring to increase campus awareness of global environmental issues on the Holy Family University campus and within their own community.
Fusion - Fusion is the multicultural club that invites all members of the campus community to share in the celebration of cultural and ethnic diversity on campus. Student members represent all ethnic and cultural backgrounds and disciplines. The goal of the group is to share cultural knowledge and to assist in promoting a welcoming campus environment.
Humanities Society - The Humanities Society is composed of students and faculty who have a special interest in the humanities. Members need not major in the humanities; they may simply enjoy art, history, English, and similar areas of study. Society members plan trips to historical sites and theatrical productions at monthly meetings.
PIgers - PIgers is a group of Holy Family University students who have an interest in mathematics. Membership in PIgers is open to all Holy Family University students. There is no GPA requirement for membership. The club works closely with Kappa Mu Epsilon, the math honor society and holds 1-2 meetings per month. The organization sponsors several social events, campus-wide and within the community, to encourage the interaction of students who enjoy mathematics, to inspire an appreciation for the beauty of mathematics, and simply to have fun.
Rotoract Club - Rotoract Club is a national community and world service organization associated with Rotary International. Alumni and current students work together to serve the local community through projects that make a difference.
Social and Behavioral Club (SBS) - The purpose of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Club is to advance interest in various fields of human services by means of lectures, films, and community-service field trips. Membership is open to all students.
Society for Human Research Management (SHRM) - The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a Student Chapter of the national SHRM organization for both undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in Human Resources. It engages students in real-world issues involving the management and motivation of employers and advances interest in the field of HR.
Student Government Association (SGA) - Student Government Association representatives are elected by the student body for the following academic year and share responsibility for student life and activities. The Vice President for Student Life serves as an advisor to the Student Government Association and as the liaison between the students and the administration.
Student Nurse Association of Holy Family (SNAHF) - SNAHF is a state-level, pre-professional organization that represents the interests of nursing students. It is a constituent of the National Student Nurses’ Association, Inc., the largest independent student organization in the country.
Students At Your Service (S.A.Y.S.) -S.A.Y.S. provides students with opportunities to serve as project leaders and/or participants in various community service activities both on and off campus. Opportunities for service include established projects (e.g., American Red Cross Blood Drives, Aid for Friends dinners, food drives, etc.) as well as new projects designed by members under the direction of the club moderator and officers. A current list of volunteer opportunities is available in the Special Services Office, Campus Center 234. Additional information may also be obtained by contacting SAYS@holyfamily.edu or the moderator at 267-341-3355.
Tiger Vision- The purpose of Tiger Vision is to further an interest in various fields of Media Communications and assist the campus community with promotion of upcoming events and programs on campus. Membership is open to all students.
Veritas - Veritas provides guidance and support to our university students who plan on pursuing a legal education, or have a general interest in law. Members gain knowledge on the law school application process as well as learning about different types of legal professions.
Visual Arts Association - The Visual Arts Association was formed to provide enriching experiences in the field of art to the students of Holy Family University.