Student Clubs and Organizations
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA), with offices on the first floor of the Campus Center, provides a means for expressing student views; improving cultural, social, and physical welfare; and providing a form of government for the supervision of student activities. All registered full-time undergraduate students of the College are members of SGA and pay a mandated student activities fee.
Every Fisher student is a member of the class with which he or she enters and/or intends to graduate. The primary purpose of class officers is to provide opportunities for unity building and support networks. The students in your particular class are the people with whom you hold common bonds, which will continue beyond your Fisher experience and stay with you as alumni of the College. Class officers are elected by their respective classes and provide leadership for attaining the class's goals.
Student Activities Board
The Student Activities Board (SAB) is responsible for major campus programs and social activities. SAB sponsors a wide range of activities, including films, lectures, cultural programs, social events, trips, and major weekend activities.
The Commuter Council of SJFC is a socially oriented organization that is designed to meet the needs of commuting students. By organizing events and trips that are open to both commuters and resident students, the Commuter Council aims to create a social environment where commuters can meet other students.
Resident Student Association
RSA is committed to promoting diversity, enriching the residence hall experience, and creating a positive campus community through social and educational programs.
Teddi Dance for Love
The Teddi Dance for Love has been a Fisher tradition for nearly 30 years. Proceeds from the 24-hour dance marathon benefit Camp Good Days and Special Times. All students are encouraged to dance.
Academic organizations are offered to meet the needs of students interested in a particular area of study. Several of the organizations are comprised of students who are studying that particular discipline, but all are open to any interested students. These organizations often offer invaluable insights and practical experience in a particular academic area.
- Accounting Club
- Anthropology Club
- Biology Club
- Chemistry Club
- Computer Science Club
- Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)
- Economics Club
- English Club
- History Club
- Investment Club
- Irish Studies Club
- Marketing Club
- Math Club
- Physics Club
- Political Science Club
- Pre-Law Association
- Psychology Alliance
- Public Relations Student Society of America
- Religious Studies Club
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Student Chapter
- Sociology Club
- Sport Management Club
- Student Athlete Advisory Committee
- Student Athlete Mentors
- Student Nursing Association
- Teacher Education Society of America (TESA)
- Women and Gender Studies Club
Special Interest Organizations
Special Interest Organizations exist to address specific student interests. All Fisher students who believe they can contribute to the goals of these organizations are encouraged to become members and/or strong supporters of these clubs.
- Art Club
- Arts in Motion (AIM)
- Asian Student Union
- Black Student Union
- Colleges Against Cancer (CAC)
- Dance Club
- Equestrian Club
- Fisher Cru
- Fisher Players Drama Club
- Fisher's Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)
- Fisher Ski Association
- Gaming Club
- Just Wing It (Improv)
- Latino Student Union
- Leadership Council
- Measure 13 (a capella group)
- Muslim Student Association (MSA)
- Students Against Interpersonal Violence (SAIV)
- Students With A Vision (SWAV)
- Sustained Dialogue
- Veterans' Affairs
- Young Life
- Young Voters Club
Media/publications organizations are offered to provide practical opportunities for students interested in communications by way of a particular medium.
The Angle - A literary magazine that contains contributions by students, faculty, and staff.
JoRoffs - The student yearbook.
The Cardinal Courier - The bi-monthly student newspaper
Cardinal TV (CTV) Club - Cardinal TV Club runs the TV station and broadcasts Fisher News.
Club sports are special interest clubs offered to meet the recreational needs of students. The following clubs meet throughout the academic year:
- Men's Hockey Club
- Men's Rugby
- Men's Volleyball
- Women's Rugby
Department-affiliated organizations are student-based organizations that operate under the direction of a specific college department or office.
- Leadership Council
- Pharmacy Student Government Association (PSGA)
- Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
- Student Athlete Mentors (SAMs)
If you have any questions for us about student clubs and organizations at Fisher, please submit the following form. We will get back to you as soon as possible!
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