Student clubs & organizations

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Fifty of SDSU’s student clubs and organizations submitted their group in­formation, all ready to see new students in the fall. SDSU has more than 200 recognized student groups. For a complete list, visit the Office of Student Activities in The Union 140. A more detailed profile of each of these groups will be updated in the future at www.sdsucollegian.com.

The Academy of Student Pharmacists

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Must be a student at SDSU (interest in pharmacy recommended).

WHY JOIN?

The Academy of Student Pharmacists is a student organization of more than 300 pre-pharmacy and pharmacy students. We offer many professional develop­ment events and networking opportuni­ties, which will boost your CV, résumé or pharmacy application..

HOW TO JOIN:

There will be a membership drive at the Avera Health and Science Building on Sept. 19-21 from 1-4 p.m.

CONTACT:

Jared Sogn: [email protected]

Group email: [email protected]

Ad Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

All SDSU students interested in profes­sional development activities related to advertising are welcome.

WHY JOIN?

Networking is essential in the world of advertising. Ad Club helps students learn about the industry and start networking with other students and professionals.

HOW TO JOIN:

Join our group on Facebook by search­ing for South Dakota State University Ad Club to learn about meeting times and club activities. Join us at any time during the year.

CONTACT:

Roxanne Lucchesi, adviser

[email protected]

Aim High Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

While it is highly encouraged, it is not mandatory to be an AFROTC cadet to participate in the program.

WHY JOIN?

It’s a great way to meet students with sim­ilar interests and goals. Being a member of the Aim High club will help you devel­op your leadership skills and challenge you to meet high expectations.

HOW TO JOIN:

Sign up for Introduction to Aerospace Studies (AIR101).

CONTACT:

Brady Jackson

[email protected]

Lt. Tim den Hoed, adviser

688-6106; [email protected]

American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences + Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Students with an interest in family and consumer sciences and/or past experi­ence in FCCLA.

WHY JOIN?

Students who have an interest and desire for community service and professional development.

HOW TO JOIN:

Come to a meeting and join the fun. Contact individuals listed below for time, date and place.

CONTACT:

Kristi Knox, student officer

[email protected]

Deb DeBates, adviser

[email protected]

American Society of Civil Engineers

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Must be a student of SDSU.

WHY JOIN?

ASCE is a great way to meet fellow civil engineering students and it provides great networking possibilities with pro­fessional engineers.

HOW TO JOIN:

There will be a sign up table at the annual ASCE picnic on Sept. 7 for anyone that wants to join.

CONTACT:

Kevin Tonn

[email protected]

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Must be a mechanical engineering major.

WHY JOIN?

Becoming a member of ASME allows you to interact with upperclassman who can help you with your college experience. It is also a great stepping-stone to meet new people within your major who you will be interact­ing with during your college career.

HOW TO JOIN:

Go to http://www.asme.org/about-asme/ membership/join-asme, this takes care of both local and national memberships, or come to one of our many meetings and talk to an officer.

CONTACT:

Roxanne Lucchesi, adviser

[email protected]

AST Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Be an AST/ABE student.

WHY JOIN?

It is a great environment to meet other AST/ABE classmates.

HOW TO JOIN:

Join our group on Facebook by search­ing for South Dakota State University Ad Club to learn about meeting times and club activities. Join us at any time during the year.

CONTACT:

[email protected], adviser

[email protected], president

Black Student Alliance

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Must be a student of SDSU.

WHY JOIN?

Black Student Alliance is an organization that offers black students a form of iden­tity and a social life with diverse activities that have a direct emphasis on African American culture. The organization also serves as an educational tool to promote cultural awareness to the SDSU commu­nity and to enhance the appreciation of the rich diversity of African Americans.

HOW TO JOIN:

All students are welcome to join.

CONTACT:

Floyd Webb, adviser

[email protected]

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

We are open to everyone.

WHY JOIN?

Life is a journey and the journey is better with friends. At Chi Alpha you will meet other people that want to grow their rela­tionships with others and with Christ. In our weekly group meetings we have guest speakers, videos and live music. We also have small group Bible studies at different times and locations during the week. It’s all about loving God and lov­ing people.

HOW TO JOIN:

Come and check out one of our events.

CONTACT:

Erik Boulier, 605-692-9377

[email protected]

Facebook: Chi Alpha SDSU

Colleges Against Cancer

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join, except for the desire to eliminate cancer.

WHY JOIN?

If you have/had cancer or know some­one who has/had cancer, CAC is a great opportunity to bring cancer awareness to SDSU. CAC is a great way to meet new people on campus and have fun, all while fighting cancer.

HOW TO JOIN:

Contact faculty advisor, Barb Heller ([email protected]).

CONTACT:

[email protected]

www.relayforlife.org/sdsu

Facebook: SDSU Colleges Against Can­cer and Relay for Life

Collegiate 4-H

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

We have no requirements to join. You do not need to be an agriculture major or have been in 4-H before. Any major is welcome.

WHY JOIN?

It will allow you to meet other students from around campus, with different majors than what you might meet in your classes. We do community service projects and club activities, such as vol­leyball, ice skating and movie nights.

HOW TO JOIN:

Look for our posters or contact the club advisor and he will assist in getting you the information.

CONTACT:

Peter Nielson, adviser

605-688-4167

Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Any student from any major who is interested in entrepreneurship can join.

WHY JOIN?

The Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organi­zation (CEO) informs, supports and inspires college students to be entrepre­neurial and to seek opportunities through enterprise creation. The SDSU chapter actively seeks like-minded students from all majors that are interested in entrepre­neurship and new idea creation.

HOW TO JOIN:

Contact faculty advisor, Barb Heller ([email protected]).

CONTACT:

Barb Heller, 605-688-6522

SDSU Entrepenurial Studies Coordinator

[email protected]

Collegiate Future Farmers of America/Ag Education Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Love for FFA, agriculture or agricultural education. Prior experience in FFA in high school is not required for new members.

WHY JOIN?

If you have an interest in agriculture, agricultural education, or wish to con­tinue FFA into college, we are the group for you! We focus on serving the community and student development. All majors are welcome.

HOW TO JOIN:

Come to a meeting.

CONTACT:

Brady Duxbury, president

[email protected]

Club email: [email protected]

Construction Management Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Must be a student in the Construction Management Program at SDSU.

WHY JOIN?

The Construction Management Club offers students a great opportunity to network with industry professionals and meet other construction manage­ment students.

HOW TO JOIN:

There will be a back to school picnic at the beginning of the fall semester. The dates will be posted on the second floor of Solberg Hall.

CONTACT:

Charles Liesenger

[email protected]

CM Offices: Solberg Hall, room 202

Council of Teachers of Mathematics

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

A student must be, or must be inter­ested in becoming, a math teacher.

WHY JOIN?

SDSU students build strong relationships with other SDSU math majors, SDSU staff and South Dakota teachers. This group is fun and works hard to get you ready to be a teacher in the 21st Century by bring­ing in teachers, student teachers and other professionals to give information to students.

HOW TO JOIN:

Contact Dr. Sharon Vestal or Dr. Christine Larson and ask to be on the contact list.

CONTACT:

Dr. Sharon Vestal

[email protected]

Dr. Christine Larson

[email protected]

Dairy Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join, except for an interest in Dairy Industry.

WHY JOIN?

Dairy Club provides opportunities for professional development and social interaction through numerous events on campus and throughout the dairy indus­try. Travel opportunities are available, including the World Dairy Expo, the Canadian Royal, and dairy conferences and meetings throughout the year.

HOW TO JOIN:

All students are invited to attend monthly club meetings and become active members.

CONTACT:

April Johnson, president

[email protected]

FarmHouse Fraternity

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

We do not have many requirements for you to join FarmHouse Fraternity.

WHY JOIN?

Join FarmHouse because it is a great social atmosphere where you can learn far beyond what the classroom can tell you. At FarmHouse, our slogan is Builder of Men and we live by that each day.

HOW TO JOIN:

The easiest way is to stop by the house to introduce yourself. We are located on the corner of 20th Ave. and 8th St.

CONTACT:

Peter Sandager, 651-472-1816

Vice-president of recruitment

[email protected]

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

FCA is for both varsity athletes and coaches and people who are “sports minded.” We offer an opportunity for friendships and fellowship in a Christ-centered, sports-oriented environment. If you’d like to grow in your faith and have the opportunity to build new relationships while focusing on the values of integrity, serving, teamwork and excellence, then we’d invite you to check out the FCA.

HOW TO JOIN:

There is no formal membership, your presence is all that is required.

CONTACT:

T.J. Carlson, 605-651-3592

[email protected]; www.jackrabbitFCA.org

Fire Starters Campus Ministry

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

Fire Starters is a Spirit-filled, student-led ministry that offers you a joyful friendly atmosphere to grow in your Christian faith. This group is a fun-lov­ing encouraging mix of SDSU students that enjoy worship, Bible study, prayer and social activities.

HOW TO JOIN:

It is easy to be a part of Fire Starters because there is no formal membership. Just show up for an event, meet new friends and be a part of this great cam­pus ministry.

CONTACT:

Jeanne Kaufman, 605-690-8185

[email protected]

Facebook: Fire Starters

Formula SAE (Wild Hare Racing)

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

A heavy right foot and the need to go fast.

WHY JOIN?

Hands on learning (CAD, fabrica­tion, machining, welding, and more). Use and learn about new products and techniques in today’s world and talk first hand with the companies supply­ing them. Learn good communication, organization and team skills. Senior design project. Looks great on your resume. Have fun while building and racing a formula car .

HOW TO JOIN:

Come to a meeting (jump right in).

CONTACT:

Stephen Gent, 605-688-5337

Office: SCEH 242

[email protected]

German Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

We have fun activities, soccer, bowling, round-tables, discussions on German culture, homework help and German movies.

HOW TO JOIN:

Come to a meeting and join.

CONTACT:

Dr. Eckhard Rölz, 605-688-4276

German Club Advisor

Wagner Hall 111

[email protected]

Greek Life

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

Greek Life has so much to offer. Socials provide a great atmosphere to make lifelong friends. Professional events help prepare you for “the real world” with interview workshops, resume help or scholarship ideas. Philanthropy opportunities also provide a chance to give back to the community and follow a passion you have.

HOW TO JOIN:

Come to recruitment events early in each semester to see what each chapter has to offer. Keep an eye out for our posters.

CONTACT:

Addie Wolcott, Greek Life adviser

[email protected]

Human Services Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Any student of any major who has an eagerness to volunteer and make a dif­ference can join.

WHY JOIN?

This club is a great way to build your vol­unteer experience, resume and meet new people. We network with the Brook­ings community and various non-profit organizations to ensure that we positively impact the public through our events.

HOW TO JOIN:

Attend our first meeting: Sept. 6 at 7 p.m., The Union, room 269 (Walder Room).

CONTACT:

Hope Johnson, [email protected]

Kristina Lapsley, [email protected]

Facebook: SDSU Human Services Club

International Relations Council

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Anyone on campus can join.

WHY JOIN?

The IRC offers a unique opportunity to gain a global perspective.

HOW TO JOIN:

If you wish to be a part of the IRC board, elections will be held next fall, at the end of September. All other stu­dents are welcome to join at any time – just show up at the meetings and get involved.

CONTACT:

[email protected]

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

InterVarsity is not a sports group, it’s open to everyone.

WHY JOIN?

Our vision is to be a Christ-centered witnessing community that fosters a hunger to know and follow God. At InterVarsity, you will find a community of friends who want to know and follow Jesus Christ. You can thrive at SDSU while growing in your faith and impact­ing others with Christ’s love and truth.

HOW TO JOIN:

Come to The Point or plug into a weekly Bible study.

CONTACT:

Aimee Spahr, 605-695-7264

[email protected]

Kappa Epsilon

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Any student interested in pharmacy can join.

WHY JOIN?

Kappa Epsilon (KE) is a smaller organi­zation than some of the other pharmacy-based groups on campus. It offers the opportunity to easily get involved and make your voice count. KE offers mem­bership to pre-pharmacy students and looks great on the pharmacy application.

HOW TO JOIN:

There will be several recruitment events at the start of the Fall 2011 semester. Pre-pharmacy students have to fill out a short application. Watch for emails and posters about upcoming events.

CONTACT:

Dana Merkel, [email protected]

KSDJ Campus Radio

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Love of music. Any student can DJ a one to two-hour show per week.

WHY JOIN?

Join to share your love of music, to gain experience in the broadcast arts, and to develop an on-air personality.

HOW TO JOIN:

Look for us at the Campus Community Fall Festival on Aug. 29 and look for our DJ meeting posters during the first few weeks of the semester, or visit us in the lower level of The Union.

CONTACT:

Adam Karnopp, adviser

[email protected]

Jon Berg, station manager

[email protected]

Latin American Student Association

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

All SDSU students are welcome.

WHY JOIN?

To inform, educate, and provide SDSU students and members of the commu­nity with a better understanding of the Latino culture. We also help provide a support system for Latin students at SDSU.

HOW TO JOIN:

Any student is welcome to join.

CONTACT:

Floyd Webb, adviser

[email protected]

Little International

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

In the fall, students interested in being on the Little I staff need to fill out an application. There are positions avail­able that can fit many interests.

WHY JOIN?

Little International is a two-day agricul­tural exposition planned, organized, and implemented by students at SDSU for the benefit of high school and college students.

HOW TO JOIN:

Fill out a staff application in the fall, usually before the end of September.

CONTACT:

Colton Buss, 605-214-3532

2011-12 Little International Manager

Kalen Manthei, 507-430-3275

2011-12 Little International Assistant Mgr.

[email protected]

Lutheran Student Fellowship

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

LSF proclaims Jesus and Him crucified and risen for you.

HOW TO JOIN:

Attend anything LSF offers.

CONTACT:

Pastor Terry Naasz, 605-692-2678

[email protected]

Math Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Positive feelings toward mathematics.

WHY JOIN?

Everyone is doing it … and it’s a good way to have fun while participating in professional development.

HOW TO JOIN:

Come to our welcome meeting Sept. 3 at 5 p.m. in The Union (room TBA), or contact us for more information.

CONTACT:

Mark York, current president

[email protected]

Microbiology Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

We welcome majors from all academic areas. Graduate students are welcome to join as well.

WHY JOIN?

Students in the science field can learn about the various programs and classes at SDSU from experienced stu­dents. Non-science majors are offered a fun and easy way to learn about introductory microbiology.

HOW TO JOIN:

Contact one of our members or look for fliers with times and locations of our monthly meetings to join.

CONTACT:

Floyd Webb, adviser

[email protected]

National Consumers League

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

Why not? NCL offers a great deal of variety, as we do anything from bring­ing guest speakers to campus to taking a semester professional development trip. We do a variety of community service projects throughout the semester and hold group projects for other students. We focus on what the group wants to do.

HOW TO JOIN:

There is no formal joining process, just look for posters on campus, talk to consumer affairs students, or e-mail ncl_organiza­[email protected] for more information.

CONTACT:

[email protected] or

[email protected]

Nonprofit Leadership Alliance

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Any SDSU student with an interest to pursue a nonprofit minor and has a pas­sion to serve.

WHY JOIN?

SDSU students involved with Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Organization will have the opportunity to network and team-up on projects with local and national nonprofit organizations.

HOW TO JOIN:

Anyone is welcomed to our first meet­ing in the fall. Visit us at our table during the Campus Community Fall Festival on Aug. 29.

CONTACT:

Denise Peterson, adviser

[email protected]

Brooke Reiner, president

[email protected]

Phi Alpha Theta

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Students must have 12 credit hours in History before they join. Students must also have a 3.1 GPA in their history classes and an overall GPA of 3.0.

WHY JOIN?

Phi Alpha Theta is an organization that hosts events of particular interest to His­tory majors. We have career talks, where students can learn more about potential careers in History. We also organize lec­tures on particular topics of interest.

HOW TO JOIN:

Once students have met the requirements to join, they should contact Dr. Lizabeth John­son, the faculty advisor for Phi Alpha Theta.

CONTACT:

Dr.Lizabeth Johnson

[email protected]

Quarter Scale Math Club Tractor Team

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

If you are interested in machine design, agriculture, business, graphics design or almost any other field, then we’ve got a place for you. We design and build our own tractor, from the drivetrain to the body panels, operator’s station, and decals. We work closely with nearly 40 sponsors; the things you can learn and the industry contacts you can make are limitless.

HOW TO JOIN:

Look for us at on-campus events, come to Agriculture Engineering and ask around or e-mail us to be added to the mailing list.

CONTACT:

[email protected]

Range Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

None

WHY JOIN?

If you enjoyed Rangeland Judging or Range Plant ID in high school, we are the club for you. We exist for students interested in range science or range management. You don’t have to be a range science major to join. Come check us out at our first meeting.

HOW TO JOIN:

Come to a meeting.

CONTACT:

Emily helms, president

[email protected]

605-454-0826

[email protected]

Rifle and Pistol Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Requirements to join: A small fee per semester or year, pay for own ammuni­tion, and sign a standard waiver form.

WHY JOIN?

Learn or improve on accuracy and compete against other University Shooting Clubs with small caliber rifles and pistols.

HOW TO JOIN:

Email [email protected] or look for informational posters at the beginning of the school year. Or come to any of our practices and sign up.

CONTACT:

Martin Skovly

[email protected], 605-688-6640

Shotokan Karate Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Everyone with the desire to learn and work hard is welcome.

WHY JOIN?

Through our club, you can learn a true Japanese fighting art, receive advanced-level training, learn crucial self-defense techniques, develop self-discipline, and enhance health and fitness. You can find out more about our organization at askf.org.

HOW TO JOIN:

Just drop in because everyone is welcome to come to training. Or, you can contact one of our members or instructors.

CONTACT:

My Linh Hoang, [email protected] sdstate.edu

Vincent Boyd, [email protected] sdsate.edu

Gary Aguiar, [email protected]

Sensei Gould, [email protected]

Sierra Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

Being involved with the Sierra Club means being a part of a like-minded group of people who are both work­ing together on sustainability issues on campus, in the community and in the world, as well as enjoying and appreci­ating the outdoors by camping, hiking, hunting and fishing.

HOW TO JOIN:

Show up to a meeting, or shoot us an e-mail.

CONTACT:

Greg Peterson, adviser

[email protected]

[email protected]

Sigma Alpha

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

You must have a GPA of 2.25 or higher and be a female with an interest in agriculture.

WHY JOIN?

The Sigma Alpha Sorority is a profes­sional sorority that connects women who are interested in agriculture and natural resources. The purpose of Sigma Alpha is to bring women together through leadership, service, scholarship, and fellowship.

HOW TO JOIN:

Attend new member activities to learn more about Sigma Alpha. Also, look for posters around campus at the begin­ning of each semester.

CONTACT:

[email protected]

Society of Manufacturing Engineers

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Manufacturing engineering technology, industrial management, and mechani­cal engineering majors and other engi­neering majors are welcome.

WHY JOIN?

The ability to tour manufacturing facili­ties, hear speakers from the industry and get involved in College of Engi­neering events (Phonathon, JEC, Expo, Job Fair, etc.). You also can meet profes­sional engineers from other SME chap­ters, earn SME certifications and utilize SME’s Jobs Connection.

HOW TO JOIN:

www.sme.org, then go to “Students.”

CONTACT:

Mary Tolle, adviser, 605-688-6068

[email protected]

Society of Women Engineers

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Anyone can join but women in the College of Engineering are especially encouraged to join.

WHY JOIN?

SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women. SWE empow­ers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders.

HOW TO JOIN:

Any student is welcome to join. Either contact the SWE faculty advisor, the president through the group email or attend a meeting.

CONTACT:

[email protected]

Suzette Burckhard,

[email protected]

Staters for State

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

There are no requirements to join.

WHY JOIN?

Staters for State will give you a front row seat to experience Jackrabbit Pride. Stat­ers for State, plans and hosts some of SDSU’s premier historic events. Not only will you network with other students from a variety of majors and connect with SDSU alumni, but you will also have the opportunity to work with the Alumni Association and key university personnel.

HOW TO JOIN:

Join us at Tompkins Alumni Center for one of our monthly meetings or look for the Staters booth at the Campus Community Fall Festival.

CONTACT:

Megan Winterboer, 605-697-5198

[email protected]

Kayla Bessler, 605-697-5198

Student National Education Association

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Everyone is welcome.

WHY JOIN?

This group is a great way to get involved in a professional education associa­tion. Liability insurance for the class­room and discounts at retailers are some of the membership benefits. NEA also supports Praxis study guides and les­son plans on are available on line. Also, opportunities for travel to state and national conventions are available for its leaders.

HOW TO JOIN:

Log on to sdea.org.

CONTACT:

[email protected], Facebook: Student National Education Association

Andrea Marshall

[email protected]

Mary Moeller, [email protected]

Student Subunit of the American Fisheries Society

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Any undergraduate or graduate student at SDSU.

WHY JOIN?

SDSUAFS provides a means for aspiring fisheries professionals to become mem­bers of a professional society and to fur­ther their professional skills outside of the classroom. The goals of the Subu­nit are to promote the conservation, development and wise use of fisheries.

HOW TO JOIN:

Students can talk to an officer at one of our meetings/events or by simply speaking with an officer on campus.

CONTACT:

Jacob Davis. president

[email protected]

Students’ Association Senate

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Must be a full-time student with a 2.0 GPA.

WHY JOIN?

SDSU students have great opinions and ideas — you will have the opportunity to represent them. This is your oppor­tunity to better understand how SDSU works.

HOW TO JOIN:

Elections are held in March for the follow­ing term (April to April). Those interested in representing their college collect student signatures, allowing them to run in the general election. You will be able to pick up a general election packet in March at the Students’ Association Office (SSU 140A).

CONTACT:

Brooke Reiner, 605-688-5181

Swine Club

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Any student from any major can join.

WHY JOIN?

It is a great way to get involved and explore your love of all things swine related. Also, you can meet lifelong friends and help to shape the industry in the future.

HOW TO JOIN:

Contact our advisor Dr. Chris Hostetler, any of our members, or just show up at a meeting.

CONTACT:

Dr. Chris Hostetler, adviser

[email protected]

Kaycee Gebhart, president

[email protected]

[email protected]

United Faith Campus Ministry

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

All SDSU college students may join.

WHY JOIN?

Fellowship, friendship, worship, to grow your faith through Bible studies and mission/outreach projects

HOW TO JOIN:

Show up and get involved!

CONTACT:

Pastor Russell Stewart, director.

[email protected]

[email protected]

605-692-8991

Women’s Hockey

REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN:

Must be enrolled in at least six credits and maintain a 2.0 GPA at SDSU.

WHY JOIN?

There are many reasons to join like: exercise, for the love of the game, to play on a competitive team and meet new people.

HOW TO JOIN:

Contact the president or faculty advi­sor. Fill out the required forms and pay team dues.

CONTACT:

Alyssa Lyons, president

[email protected]

Christa Friendrich, adviser

[email protected]