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Clubs

College is what you make it! Get involved in one of our student organizations to maximize your fun. 

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors are a select group of Salkehatchie students who assist with recruiting new students to the campus and making sure the community is aware of the value of our institution. Ambassadors assist with taking visitors on campus tours, making visits to area schools, and representing the institution at community events.

Candidates must be recommended by a member of the faculty or staff, have been a student for at least one semester, be a full-time Salkehatchie student in good standing, and have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. Ambassadors should enjoy working with people, be interested in serving the University, and be excited about sharing their experience as part of the Salkehatchie family.

Contact

Joey Hughes
East Campus: 803-782-8631
West Campus: 803-812-7459
jhughes@mailbox.sc.edu

Student Government

A total of 29 students from two houses (one Allendale and one in Walterboro) make up the SGA. Each house is comprised of a vice president, secretary, treasurer, parliamentarian, and 10 senators, all united under one president. The campus of the president alternates each year, with Allendale holding the seat in odd years and Walterboro holding it in even years.

As a member of SGA, you will represent your fellow students’ ideas or concerns during weekly meetings with your house and formal meetings with the entire SGA and school administration.

The SGA is not all work and no play! SGA members plan and participate in various student events, charity fund-raisers, and seasonal parties throughout the year.

From Christmas toy drives in the winter to Wet ‘n Wild Waterfest in the Spring and everything in between, SGA makes student life fun!

Contact

Rob Brendle
East Campus: 803-782-8678
West Campus: 803-812-7341
rbrendle@mailbox.sc.edu

Education Club

The Education Majors Club was founded in the fall semester of 2003. The club is open to any student seeking a degree in education. The purpose of our club is to keep students informed of curriculum requirements, changes in curriculum and testing dates. For the 2005-2006 academic year, we will meet the second Wednesday of each month at 12:15 p.m. in room 214 on the East Campus. 

Every month during the academic year the Education Club participates in an activity which benefits a local school. During the fall, we have a school supply drive and a canned food drive. In the spring of 2005 we participated in the March of Dimes Walk for Colleton County. Be sure and read “Salk Talk” or stop by the Education Club bulletin board in the main hallway in Walterboro to see a listing of upcoming Education Club activities.

The Education Club is designed to keep students informed of testing deadlines, application information and curriculum or course changes. 

 

Nursing Club

A nursing club was organized in the 2008 academic year, and membership is open to any student seeking a degree in nursing. The purpose of the club will be to provide nursing majors with information and community service in the field of nursing as well as to keep members informed of changes that may occur in program requirements and deadlines.

Contact

April Cone
acone@mailbox.sc.edu

History Club

A history club was formed to promote the discussion of history and to provide presentations and programs from a historical perspective. The group meets twice monthly and is open to any interested students. 

Contact

Sarah Miller
East Campus: 803-782-8665
West Campus: 803-812-7337
semiller@mailbox.sc.edu

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on college campuses to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ. The Campus Ministry is a certified ministry that is comprised by student-athletes, sponsored by coaches, supported by staff, established on our college campuses and meets on a regular basis.

 

New Student Organization

 Organizations that wish to use University facilities and privileges must be officially recognized through a procedure administered by the Director of Student Activities. The chartering of new student organizations, applications for funding and use of campus facilities are made during the fall and spring semesters through the Office for Student Activities and voted on by the Student Government Association. Recognition is obtained by submitting completed registration forms, membership lists and a constitution.