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Holy Family University offers a variety of student engagement organizations. Want to see a new organization founded? We want to hear from you. Please contact the Student Engagement Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Albertans, Holy Family University’s sciences 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.
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.
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.
Holy Family University Baseball Club provides an outlet for students who have an interest in learning and playing baseball. The baseball club is intercollegiate club team apart of the NCBA.
Through community service and volunteer opportunities, B.L.A. cultivates leaders who are socially aware and conscious of their responsibilities toward God, society, and self.
The Holy Family University cheerleading/dance squad supports and cheers on our athletic programs as they generate excitement and enthusiasm in the fans.
Ed Connections 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.
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.
PI-gers 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 to have fun. These events include an Evening of Mathematical Suspense, PI Day Celebrations and various math competitions.
The Pre-Medical 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, extracurricular, 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.
S.A.Y.S. is a student community-service organization created to support on-campus service activities and off-campus community programs. The organization seeks individuals who are interested in volunteering their time and sharing their gifts with others. S.A.Y.S. students have an opportunity to participate in service activities at community schools, hospitals, and agencies. Some activities include Senior Citizen Dinner, Baby Sprinkle, Blood Drives, Tutoring, and Habitat for Humanity. Members have the opportunity to serve as Project leaders to many of these events.
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. For more information, contact email@example.com.
To see the online version of Tri-Lite, visit https://hfutrilite.com/.
The Visual Arts Association was formed to provide enriching experiences in the field of art to the students of Holy Family University.