Registered Student Organizations (RSOs)

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Holy Family University supports the formation of student organizations whose objective is to provide students with the opportunity to develop their talents and pursue their interests. To learn more about a student organization, you can email the Student Engagement Office at RSO-specific emails are listed below.

The Accounting Society is open to all students interested in learning more about the accounting profession and building relationships with other accounting students.

The Albertans, Holy Family University’s science club, fosters interest in the various fields of science with exhibits, films, and tours. Although most members have a concentration in science, it is not required for membership. Any funds raised during Albertan activities are used to benefit students in the sciences at Holy Family University or other associated non-profit organizations.

The Business Society 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.

CAB is an open organization for students who are interested in creating, developing, and implementing fun and engaging activities for students on campus and the Holy Family community. CAB provides a diverse array of late-night and weekend programming at no additional cost for attendees.

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.

The purpose of the Holy Family University Computing Society is to promote an atmosphere of mutual concern for the intellectual needs and interests, in terms of computing, to all majors involved in the area of study. It also seeks to pique the interest of other majors not directly related to the field of computing to see and understand its ubiquitous applications.

Education Connections is a student club that encourages and assists future teachers to continue the development of their qualifications for more effective instruction through co-curricular activities.

Folio is a group of students who design and publish a literary magazine, which serves as a means of expression for creative writing and other artistic endeavors. Members of this organization are empowered to build relationships with one another and provide opportunities to express their perspective of the world around them. Folio hosts open submissions for the University community to submit their personal work for publication consideration.

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.


A service-oriented organization that supports the efforts of Habitat for Humanity through the Holy Family University Habitat Chapter. During spring break, students travel to a predetermined job site to work for a week with Habitat for Humanity through Holy Family’s Alternative Spring Break trip. This organization is responsible for meetings, fundraising initiatives, and local and national participation on Habitat for Humanity worksites.

IDEA was formed as a safe place for all individuals within the Holy Family University community that gathers to share ideas on how to make Holy Family a more accepting and positive place to learn in a holistic fashion. IDEA aims to eradicate stereotypes and assumptions leading to discomfort within the community, increase socialization between students of all abilities, and serve as a supporting and accepting environment.

Love Your Melon Holy Family Campus Crew (LYM) helps to give a hat to every child battling cancer in America, to fund childhood cancer research initiatives, and to provide immediate support for children and their families through the sales of LYM products. LYM works toward its goals by: Visiting households, Ronald McDonald Houses, and hospitals in the area in order to give hats to children undergoing cancer treatment and provide a therapeutic experience; Developing events to spread the mission of LYM on the Holy Family campus and in the community; and Inspiring other college students to get involved and to make a difference on campus and in the community.

Mini-THON is composed of students and faculty who have a special interest in service and bringing the efforts of Thon to the Holy Family community. Modeled after the Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon (THON), Mini-THONs and the Four Diamonds movement are making a difference to conquer childhood cancer.

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 and holds 1-2 meetings per month. The club works closely with Kappa Mu Epsilon, the math honor society. 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 to simply have fun. These events include an Evening of Mathematical Suspense, PI Day Celebrations, and various math competitions.

The Pre-Health Club is open to all students who have an interest in applying to medical school. The club will provide support and guidance to all aspiring physicians at Holy Family University. Active members will engage in active preparation for the Medical College Aptitude Test (MCAT) and be given tools to actively seek out community service, clinical volunteering, and research positions to make them more competitive applicants. In addition, advice will be provided to help members plan their course schedules, co-curriculars, and other involvements in order to ensure students will be ready to apply when the time comes. Members will also learn about the various medical specialties, application techniques, the interview process, and test preparation.

PRSSA is an academic and interest student organization for students who have formal and informal interests in the Public Relations field.

The Senior Legacy Campaign is a group of Senior class students and staff/faculty members that strive to advance the objectives of the University through relationship building and individual and collective contributions.

The purpose of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Club is to further an interest in various fields of human services by means of lectures, films, and community-service field trips. Membership is open to all students.

Spectrum provides an inclusive and supportive environment for members of the extended Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual (LGBTQIA+) community. Spectrum has three core mission areas: Social, Awareness/Education, and Advocacy. Spectrum strives to provide engaging and educational programming, outreach to community and University organizations to establish bonds and partnerships, and be a welcoming, friendly, and supportive community and an upstanding, positive, and enriching component of the broader culture of the Holy Family community. Allies of the extended LGBTQIA+ community are welcome at Spectrum sponsored events and programs.

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.

SGA fosters unity, empowers student engagement, and advocates change by students for students. SGA supports the mission of Holy Family University by assisting in the creation and sustainability of a diverse and engaged campus; provides an open forum for students to voice concerns and actively pursue resolutions; and serves as the undergraduate student liaisons to University administration, faculty, staff, and Board of Trustees.

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.

Tri-Lite has been the official student newspaper of Holy Family University since 1954. Tri-Lite provides student journalists opportunities to hone their craft and prepare for a career in the evolving media landscape. Tri-Lite moved from a print publication to a digital presence in October 2017.

To see the online version of Tri-Lite, visit

The Video Game Club is a group for students to engage in community around a shared interest. Single and multiplayer games are available during club meetings, and students are encouraged to bring their own gaming systems, consoles, and games. Xbox, Xbox Kinect, Wii, and PS4 systems can be provided upon request.

The Visual Arts Association was formed to provide enriching experiences in the field of art to the students of Holy Family University.