Student organizations are an integral part of the SU community
Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, there are student organizations that fit your interests. We have 70+ student organizations! If you can’t find what you’re looking for, you can even start your own!
Questions? Contact Director of Student Leadership & Engagement Alexandra Johnson at email@example.com.
Student Organization Resources
Items needed to register:
- Student organization name
- Student organization description (1-2 sentences)
- Officer names and emails (President, Treasurer, and SGA Representative required)
- Faculty/Staff Advisor name and email
- Student organization constitution
- Student organization poster
Important links and documents:
|Bank Account Resources|
|SGA Funding Resources|
- Student Organizations: Alexandra Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Student Government Association: email@example.com
- SGA Finance Commission: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Brandt Student Center: (email@example.com)
- Marketing & Communications: Walker Speer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Club Sports: Matt Levy (email@example.com)
- Outdoor Adventure and Recreation: Christine O’Neill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Brandt Student Center (BSC)/Leadership Lawn: (email@example.com)
- Wilkins Athletics & Events Center (WAEC): Amanda Levy and LA St. Hill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Meeting/Conference/Outdoor Space on Main Campus: email@example.com
- Classroom Space (Spring/Fall): Scott Cassada (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Armstrong Concert Hall, Goodson Chapel-Recital Hall, Conservatory music facilities: Megan Smallwood (email@example.com)
- Glaize Studio Theatre, Harold Herman Lab Theatre Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre, and Ruebush Hall, room 151: Elizabeth Albert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Shingleton Dance Space and Dance Studios: Karen Follett (email@example.com)
- Shenandoah Conservatory Arts Academy (SCAA): Carolyn Thompson, Kerri Nassano, and Jennifer Green (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Student Recitals: (email@example.com)
- Cool Springs Property: Gene Lewis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Aikens Field, Armory, Intramural Field, Shentel Field, Shingleton Gymnasium: email@example.com
- Mosaic Center: Malik Henry (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Health Professions Building (HPB): Jackie Hott (email@example.com)
- Pharmacy at HPB: Sandra Christen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Scholar Plaza (SPL): Mary Colin Kunzler (email@example.com)
- Inova Center for Personalized Health (ICPH): Debbie Lynn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Winchester Main Campus: email@example.com (BSC only) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Important links and documents:
- Student Organization Advisor Guidebook
- Student Organization 2023-24 Guidebook
- SGA Funding Guidelines
- Event Planning FAQ
- Virtual EMS (Room Reservation System)
- Physical Plant Work Orders
- SU Code of Conduct
Student Organization Policies
Shenandoah University prohibits encouraging, facilitating, or allowing hazing by any organization or individual. The Student Code of Conduct includes sections on Hazing but may also be pursued by the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement if it does not reach the level of a conduct violation.
Hazing is defined as “any action or situation requiring inappropriate behavior, creating an atmosphere of servitude or allowing potentially dangerous, demeaning, humiliating, ridiculing, or degrading activities regardless of intent or consent of the participant(s), by a group or a member of a group on an individual as a part of membership or initiation.”
Enacted in Virginia in 2022, Adam’s Law was created to strengthen institutional policies and education around hazing and requires all colleges and universities to post on their website all reports of violations of anti-hazing policies and laws.
To review Shenandoah’s hazing policy, please visit the Non-Academic Policies in the institution catalog.
- Spring 2023: Zero (0) violations of the University’s Hazing Policy, or of federal or state laws pertaining to hazing.
- Fall 2022: Zero (0) violations of the University’s Hazing Policy, or of federal or state laws pertaining to hazing.
- Spring 2022: Spring 2023: Zero (0) violations of the University’s Hazing Policy, or of federal or state laws pertaining to hazing.
- Fall 2021: Spring 2023: Zero (0) violations of the University’s Hazing Policy, or of federal or state laws pertaining to hazing.
- Spring 2021: Spring 2023: Zero (0) violations of the University’s Hazing Policy, or of federal or state laws pertaining to hazing.
- Fall 2020: Spring 2023: Zero (0) violations of the University’s Hazing Policy, or of federal or state laws pertaining to hazing.
As student-led organizations, all student organizations must adhere to the Code of Conduct. In addition, Shenandoah University recommends student organizations participate only in events and activities directly related to the purpose of the organization, and avoid participating in high risk events or activities of any kind. If student organizations are interested in pursuing high risk activities, officers should work through the Shenandoah Outdoor and Adventure Recreation program for information on best practices, and should only work through reputable contracted providers where proper training and insurance is provided since insurance will not be available through the university. Student organizations that engage in group activities that may be considered high risk should have in place protocol for such activities and should use waivers. Examples of high risk activities includes but are not limited to:
For questions, please connect with the Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards, Matthew Coats (email@example.com).
Individuals and student organizations planning to conduct sales, solicitations and fundraising activities on or off campus and/or requiring a contractual agreement with non-Shenandoah agencies, must obtain the written approval of the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement. Non-students and non-Shenandoah related individuals and organizations may not sell or solicit on Shenandoah University property without written authorization from the Office of Student Leadership and Engagement. No door-to-door solicitation is permitted.
Any authorized sales, solicitations and fundraising activities are subject to applicable Shenandoah University regulations and local, state and federal laws. Requests may be approved for a specific area on campus or for all pre-approved off-campus-locations. No solicitation shall interfere or conflict with the mission of the Shenandoah University. Any profits derived from sales, solicitations and fundraising activities on and off campus must be used for a purpose consistent with Shenandoah University policy and with the purpose of the sponsoring student organization.
Any monetary exchange must first be approved by submitting a request through the Sales, Solicitation, and Fundraising Form.
Interested in joining a student organization?
View the full list of student organizations in the table below. The list is updated periodically and can be filtered for primary student population and location. Click the plus icon to see the full description for each organization.
To get connected to a student organization, fill out this interest form.
|Active||Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy||AMCP||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional | Special Interest||To empower its members to serve society by using sound medication management principles and strategies to improve health care for all.|
|Active||Active Minds at Shenandoah University||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Special Interest||Active Minds is the nation's premier non-profit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for students.|
|Active||Alpha Psi Omega||APO||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts | Greek Lettered Organization | Honorary||The purpose is to stimulate interest in Theater at Shenandoah University and to secure for Shenandoah University all of the advantages provided by a National Honorary Dramatic Society.|
|Active||American Association of Psychiatric Pharmacy||AAPP-SU||Graduate||HPB.||Academic/Professional | Special Interest||This organization focuses on psychiatric pharmacy. It offers students the opportunity to learn about mental issues and contributing factors and how students can advocate for mental health as student pharmacists and future pharmacists.|
|Active||American Choral Directors Association of Shenandoah University||ACDA||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Fine/Creative Arts||To foster and promote choral singing and choral education at Shenandoah University.|
|Active||American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists||APhA-ASP||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional | Special Interest||The mission of the APhA Academy of Student Pharmacists (APhA-ASP) is to be the collective voice of student pharmacists, to provide opportunities for professional growth, to improve patient care, and to envision and advance the future of pharmacy.|
|Active||Audio Engineering Society||AES||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional||AES is a group for audio students to get together and share things about their craft. It will also be an opportunity for guest speakers to come in and allow the student members to network and find job opportunities after college.|
|Active||Black Acting Methods Society||BAMS||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Cultural Diversity | Fine/Creative Arts | Special Interest||The primary mission of the Black Acting Methods Society is to educate, re-educate, recuperate and disseminate the vast contributions of Africans and African Americans to the field of performing arts.|
|Active||Black Student Pharmacist Association||BSPA||Graduate||ICPH||Academic/Professional||This organization will provide pharmacy students of color a platform for them to be able to represent themselves as minorities in the pharmacy profession.|
|Active||Black Student Union||BSU||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Cultural Diversity||To become a professionally organized body of students on the campus that deals with integrating minority culture into the standards of the University.|
|Active||Catholic Campus Ministry||CCM||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Religious||It shall be the purpose of Catholic Campus Ministry to provide and welcome Shenandoah University students to learn and be open about the Catholic faith and to allow Shenandoah Catholic students to grow together in their Catholic faith through fellowship, worship, prayer, and service.|
|Active||Chabad Jewish Student Group||CJSG||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN, HPB||Cultural Diversity | Religious||Providing vibrant Jewish Life at SU.|
|Pending||Shenandoah University Chess Club||SUCC||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Special Interest | Sports/Recreation||The purpose of this organization is to organize and promote chess activity and education at|
|Active||Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International||CPFI||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Religious||Ministry in the pharmaceutical field, providing fellowship and support for spiritual growth, encouraging pharmacy students to practice their faith in both personal and professional areas of their lives.|
|Active||Conservatory Diversity Alliance||CoDA||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Cultural Diversity | Fine/Creative Arts||This organization’s main purpose is to highlight the minorities in the conservatory. We will do so by holding different events as a collaborative unit to create a safe haven for those who feel unseen and or unheard.|
|Active||Delight Ministry Chapter||Delight||Undergraduate||WIN||Religious||Delight is a college women's ministry that seeks to cultivate Christ-centered community to foster vulnerability and transform stories.|
|Active||Dieverse Games For Diverse People||DGDP||Undergraduate||WIN||Cultural Diversity | Special Interest | Sports/Recreation||🎲verse (pronounced the same as Diverse) is a club that is dedicated to increasing the diversity of the tabletop gaming community.|
|Active||Disability Advocacy Committee||DAC||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Cultural Diversity||A non-judgmental, safe space led by and for disabled people where you know everyone understands the experiences of being disabled and the issues that it comes with. We strive to engage in advocacy centered on dismantling ableism and engaging folks in constructive dialogue and collective action.|
|Active||Environmental Science Club||ESC||Undergraduate||WIN||Service||SU's Environmental Science Club seeks to spread passion and care for the environment throughout campus and promote environmentalism, environmental justice, and sustainability!|
|Active||Esports Experience for Professionals||EXP||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional||This club serves to provide its members with professional development experience in the world of esports. This club is targeted at careers in esports, but is open to any and all students.|
|Active||Estudiantes Unidos||EU||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Cultural Diversity||Estudiantes Unidos seeks to promote the Hispanic/Latinx heritage through cultural, educational, and social activities while creating a sense of community among our members on campus. Members are encouraged to explore Hispanic/Latinx culture and serve the community through various community service projects throughout each school year.|
|Active||Fellowship of Christian Athletes||FCA||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Religious||Uniting athletes, non-athletes, coaches, faculty, and staff through faith-based lessons to deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ by providing an atmosphere of unity and teamwork.|
|Active||Food Recovery Network||FRN||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Special Interest||Food Recovery Network at Shenandoah University is here on campus to empower the next generation of student leaders to create, innovative and sustainable solutions to hunger. Fighting Waste. Feeding People.|
|Active||Harambee Gospel Choir||Harambee||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Cultural Diversity | Fine/Creative Arts | Religious||To enlighten the spiritual growth amongst students as well as encouraging diversity through gospel music. To create an atmosphere of fellowship and fun through song.|
|Active||Harmonizing Hornets||HaHo||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||Student A Cappella Group|
|Active||Health and Life Sciences Club||HLSC||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional||To provide a club for students whose interests are in the sciences and in healthcare to come together.|
|Active||Hornets' Nest Student Theatre||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||Each year, this group will produce one published musical. It will be completely cast, directed, designed, choreographed, and produced by students - bringing new experiences and enriching their lives in a way that might influence their career goals.|
|Active||Hypnos Theatre and Performance||HTP||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||Hypnos is a Student run Theater and Performance group, working towards furthering inclusivity in terms of gender and diversity through performance in the Winchester community. We want to give a voice to people from varied artistic backgrounds a safe space to collaborate, and innovate to tell their stories, or give a new take on already existing voices.|
|Active||Industry Pharmacists Organization||IPhO||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional||Shenandoah IPhO members are recognized as the best prepared among all student pharmacists to pursue pharmaceutical industry-focused career opportunities. These students have an excellent working knowledge of common industry pharmacist roles.|
|Active||Intrafraternity Council||IFC||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional||This organization aims to run the rush process and intrafraternity events in the pharmacy program.|
|Active||Kappa Epsilon Fraternity||KE||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional | Greek Lettered Organization||A professional interpersonal fraternity that lives to serve our community, support members in and out of the curriculum, and promote the pharmacy profession. Philanthropies include breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and poison prevention.|
|Active||Kappa Kappa Psi||KKY||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Fine/Creative Arts | Service||Co-ed service music fraternity that promotes the existence and welfare of the college and university bands and to cultivate at large a wholesome respect for their activities and achievements.|
|Active||Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity, Inc||Kappa Psi||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional||Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity is the oldest and largest pharmacy fraternity with a mission to develop leaders with a passion for service to their community while creating lifelong professional connections. Once a brother of Kappa Psi, you become a brother for life.|
|Pending||Men United for Excellence||MUE||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Service | University Administrative Sponsored||Men United for Excellence (MUE) is an African-American male mentoring program at Shenandoah University. The program is designed to address the risks of African-American males in Higher Education and give students an uplifting community to provide the support, resources, and connections needed to be successful as a student and post-graduation.|
|Active||National Community Oncology Dispensing Association||NCODA||Graduate||ICPH||Academic/Professional||“NCODA is a not-for-profit organization, founded to strengthen oncology organizations with medically integrated dispensing services”.|
|Active||National Community Pharmacists Association||NCPA||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional||To offer student pharmacists opportunities to broaden educational experience especially as it relates to independent and community pharmacy.|
|Active||Nursing Christian Fellowship||NCF||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Religious||Nursing Christian Fellowship is a community of nursing students that strive to understand the calling God has placed upon our lives to love His people, be His hands, and have a network of faith to turn to.|
|Active||Phi Delta Chi - Beta Pi||PDC||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional | Greek Lettered Organization||PDC is a professional pharmacy fraternity dedicated to service, leadership development, and brotherhood.|
|Active||Phi Lambda Sigma||PLS||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional | Greek Lettered Organization | Honorary||Pharmacy Leadership Society|
|Active||Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia - Nu Psi Chapter||PMA||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Greek Lettered Organization||The object of Phi Mu Alpha shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit, the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, the advancement of music in America, and a loyalty to the alma mater.|
|Active||Political Science Society||PSS||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional||The organization is a student organization within the Shenandoah University community. It is the purpose of the Political Science Society to promote political science through programs, field trips and such other activities designed to pique student interest in political science, assist students of Shenandoah University in the study of the discipline and prepare them for post graduate job opportunities in career related fields.|
|Active||Psychology Club||PC||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional||The Psychology Club is a special interest organization whose purpose is to encourage and stimulate its members in all fields of study, but particularly in psychology, and to advance the understanding of psychological issues and career related areas.|
|Active||Rho Chi Honor Society||Rho Chi||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional||The Rho Chi Society, the Academic Honor Society in Pharmacy, encourages and recognizes excellence in intellectual achievement and advocates critical inquiry in all aspects of pharmacy.|
|Active||Ruebush Brass Band||RBB||Academic/Professional | Fine/Creative Arts||In the Ruebush Brass Band, students will have the chance to work alongside instructors and colleagues in an ensemble setting to improve their reading abilities and performance preparedness.|
|Active||Shenandoah Backpacking Club||SBC||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Special Interest||This organization will provide Shenandoah University students opportunities to explore the breathtaking natural scenery in Virginia and surrounding states through overnight and/or multi-day backpacking trips. These trips will be student led, student selected, and will allow for members to responsibly experience the many outdoor recreational sites located near our school. Backpacking is cost-effective, mentally and physically rewarding, and facilitates connection between oneself, others, and nature.|
|Active||Shenandoah Conservatory National Association for Music Education||SC:NAfME||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Fine/Creative Arts||NAfME is the professional organization for all music educators. As a member of SC:NAfME, you will participate in activities and programs that will prepare you for your career as a musician teacher.|
|Active||Shenandoah Conservatory Student Council||SCSC||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts | University Administrative Sponsored||We are a select group of dedicated students striving to work together with both students and faculty to bring together all factions within Shenandoah Conservatory.|
|Active||Shenandoah Double Reeds||SDR||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||A student organization dedicated to promoting double reed-related education and performance at Shenandoah University.|
|Active||Shenandoah History Club||SHC||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Cultural Diversity | Special Interest||Shenandoah History Club stimulates interest in history and works to restore, research, and investigate moments and places in History to help better understand our past. This club is open to not just those in the History program, but to anyone who is interested in learning more about humanity and its story. Members will be able to develop professional skills, support the community and its understanding of history, and casually enjoy all aspects of history.|
|Active||Shenandoah University Coalition of Occupational Therapy Advocates for Diversity Chapter||COTAD||Graduate||HPB, SPL||Cultural Diversity | University Administrative Sponsored||We are here to advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) into the world of health professions. Our mission as a chapter is to break the stereotypes and barriers, make the uncomfortable conversations comfortable, and give back to the community.|
|Active||Shenandoah University Music Therapy Association||SUMTA||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Fine/Creative Arts||The purpose of the Shenandoah University Music Therapy Association (SUMTA) is to promote awareness, establishment, and growth of music therapy within Shenandoah University and the greater community.|
|Active||Shenandoah University Nursing Mentors||SUNM||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional||Upperclass nursing students mentor and guide younger nursing students to success as they navigate their undergraduate program. The mentors will foster professionalism, leadership, and community between all nursing levels.|
|Active||Shenandoah University Physician Assistant Student Society||SUPASS||Graduate||HPB, SPL||Academic/Professional||Benefit ourselves as PA students, our program and our community. Pursue integrity, equality, dignity and competence for the physician assistant as a health practitioner.|
|Active||Shenandoah Veterans & Supporters||SVS||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Special Interest||Shenandoah Veterans & Supporters is an inclusive group for all members of the Shenandoah community who are veterans, active duty, or who have an interest in supporting military members and their families.|
|Active||Shenaniangans||SNN||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||A group that focuses on putting up original sketch comedy performances monthly. Allowing students the opportunity to direct, write, and perform for their peers.|
|Active||ShenCo Flute Club||SCFC||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Academic/Professional, Fine/Creative Arts, Special Interest||The purpose of this organization is to cultivate a community of flutists and flute enthusiasts at Shenandoah University, provide and promote opportunities for learning, performance, professional networking, and organizational leadership.|
|Active||ShenCo Labyrinth||SCL||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||ShenCo Labyrinth is the senior dance class of 2023. These 16 BFA and BA dance majors will be fundraising for the productions of their senior capstone performances and projects.|
|Active||Shut Up! It's Shakespeare!||SUIS||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||Shenandoah University's student-run Shakespeare troupe! Each semester, we mount our own production of a Shakespearean show and coordinate workshops, field trips, and fundraisers that make Shakespeare both fun and accessible to the community.|
|Active||Sigma Alpha Iota||SAI||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Greek Lettered Organization | Honorary||Sigma Alpha Iota is an all-women's professional music fraternity whose aim is to provide service through music.|
|Active||Sigma Rho Delta||SRD||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts | Greek Lettered Organization | Honorary||To promote unity within the dance department, promote interest in dance and to serve the community|
|Active||Sport Business Association||SBA||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Sports/Recreation||The Sport Business Association is a student run organization for undergraduate and graduate students that provides its members with opportunities to gain invaluable experience and knowledge within the field of sport management.|
|Active||Student Chapter of the Virginia Society of Health System Pharmacists||SVSHP||Graduate||HPB||Academic/Professional||Our organization specializes in preparing student pharmacists who wish to explore and shape advancing roles in the universe of pharmacy.|
|Active||Student Government Association||SGA||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN, HPB, SPL, ICPH||Special Interest | University Administrative Sponsored||The Student Government Association is the advocacy group representing all Shenandoah students. SGA members are the students who lead the way toward making your campus experience memorable.|
|Active||Student National Pharmaceutical Association||SNPhA||Graduate||HPB, ICPH||Academic/Professional||SNPhA is an educational service association of pharmacy students who are concerned about pharmacy and healthcare related issues, and the poor minority representation in pharmacy and other health-related professions.|
|Active||Student Nurses Association||SNA||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Special Interest | University Administrative Sponsored||To get all levels of nursing students together for professional development and fun.|
|Active||Student Occupational Therapy Association - Weekend Program||SOTA WKND||Graduate||HPB||Academic | Professional||Weekend SOTA is a student organization to foster a spirit of professional unity among students; provide awareness of an affiliation with the Occupational Therapy profession at large and specifically the national, state, and local associations; and to provide support and services to Occupational Therapy Students.|
|Active||Student Occupational Therapy Association (MSOT)||SOTA-MSOT||Graduate||SPL||Academic/Professional | Cultural Diversity | Service||To enhance the knowledge of the profession of occupational therapy through professional, educational, communal, and social activities. SOTA facilitates opportunities for leadership, professional development, social inclusion, and camaraderie.|
|Active||Student Occupational Therapy Association (OTD)||SOTA-OTD||Graduate||HPB||Academic/Professional | Cultural Diversity | Service||To enhance the knowledge of the profession of occupational therapy through professional, educational, communal, and social activities. SOTA facilitates opportunities for leadership, professional development, social inclusion, and camaraderie.|
|Active||Student Virginia Education Association: Aspiring Educators||SVEA-AE||Undergraduate||WIN, BOW||Academic/Professional||The Student Virginia Education Association- Aspiring Educators (SVEA-AE) is a professional pre-service teacher organization. The association gives opportunities for college students to explore education as a profession.|
|Active||SU-American College of Clinical Pharmacy||SU-ACCP||Graduate||HPB||Academic/Professional||SU-ACCP shall adopt the purposes of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. In addition to promoting dedication to excellence in patient care, research, and education in the field of clinical pharmacy by encouraging skill development necessary to function within an interdisciplinary team.|
|Active||SUrreal: Choreography Troupe||SUrreal||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||We are a choreography troupe generating opportunities for artists of all skill levels to create, improve and express themselves through the art of dance!|
|Active||Shenandoah Women's Association of Professionals||SWAP||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Academic/Professional| Media, Service |Special Interest||The SWAP provides a place for women to talk about leadership and development which is open to all women on campus who have an interest in business. The club is designed to open doors on how to network, use team building, and learn about how other women in the community work within their sector of business.|
|Active||SWARM Music Group||SWARM||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts||SWARM is an organization focused on promoting original musicians on campus through recording, promotion and live events.|
|Inactive||Swing Dance Club||SDC||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Fine/Creative Arts | Special Interest||The swing dance club is a unique way to take a break from studying and the stress of coursework through the expressive art of swing dancing. Members will get the chance to learn and embrace their own creative side of the arts while staying physically active and social with their peers.|
|Active||The Chinese Students and Scholars Association||CSSA||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Cultural Diversity||The Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) is an organization representing Chinese students and scholars studying abroad, fostering a sense of community and providing support. It organizes cultural events, academic activities, and serves as a liaison between Chinese students and the university administration.|
|Active||The Good Girl Movement||TGGM||Undergraduate||WIN||Cultural Diversity | Special Interest||The objective of The Good Girl Movement at SU is to bring cultural awareness to a necessary space where women of all ages, sizes, ethnicities & religions can be fed encouragement through community service, bonding, and on/off campus events.|
|Active||The Hidden Opponent||THO||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Special Interest | Sports/Recreation||Together We Will Face #TheHiddenOpponent We are an advocacy group that raises awareness for student-athlete mental health and addresses the stigma within sports culture. We empower athletes around the world to face the hidden opponent together!|
|Active||The Loaf Comedy||The Loaf||Fine/Creative Arts | Media | Special Interest||Shenandoah University's comedy/improvisation troupe and 2019 Winners of the National College Improv Tournament|
|Active||Valley Star Media||VSM||Undergraduate||WIN||Academic/Professional | Cultural Diversity | Fine/Creative Arts | Media | Special Interest||Valley Star Media aims to establish and cultivate the love for TV, film, and the media arts through a network where local filmmakers, producers, and creatives can connect and work together.|
|Active||Women's Health Club||WHC||Undergraduate & Graduate||WIN||Cultural Diversity||The purpose of this organization is to educate the students at Shenandoah University on how we can work together to advocate for women. We want to bring students together to help out with community service, fundraising, and social events. Developing personal interests by providing a variety of social interactions and service projects to provide support and encouragement.|
|Active||Writers' Club||WC@SU||Undergraduate||WIN||Fine Arts/Creative||The purpose of this organization is to empower writers by making a space for creative and expressive writing at Shenandoah University. There will be a space for writing and encouragement.|
|Active||Young Life||YL||Undergraduate||WIN||Religious||Young Life at Shenandoah University is an organization that exists to introduce college students to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith. We want to show our fellow students what it looks like to be fully known and fully loved!|