Starting a Student Organization
Serving as an officer
Serving as an officer of a student organization not only adds to a student’s leadership experience, but also makes a contribution to the university’s overall social atmosphere. Some of the responsibilities of running a organization include collecting dues, raising funds, organizing social events, submitting forms, and planning community service opportunities.
Running a student organization
Students interested in starting a new organization must complete and submit a registration form along with the organization’s constitution and by-laws by the semester deadline. You can fill out and submit the application online and if you have questions, feel free to stop by the Student Life and Activities office located in the Bietz Center for Student Life. You can also find out more information in the Student Organization Handbook
Student Led Organizations
2. To share the love of Christ in numerous and various ways and thereby initiate opportunities of spiritual growth.
3. To motivate and encourage each other as brothers and sisters in Christ and fellow Allied Health professionals.
2. To provide an option for an extracurricular activity that promotes health to anyone.
3. To educate members on the maintenance and care of bikes.
4. To provide a social support for one another's physical, mental and spiritual well-being.
2. To share the love of Christ in numerous and various ways.
3. To motivate and encourage each other as brothers and sisters in Christ.
4. To serve Southern's community through music, drama, social activities and educational opportunities.
5. To appreciate and express black cultural backgrounds.
1. To allow students with an interest in chemistry to become better acquainted with each other.
2. To promote better relationships and increased interaction between the chemistry faculty and the students.
3. To foster a spiritual atmosphere among members.
4. To increase the visibility of the chemical sciences on the campus of SAU.
1. To raise awareness and support for compassion to animals.
2. To help students discover the joy of service projects and advocacy work through participating in Creature Kind for Southern Adventist University projects.
2. To provide opportunities to become informed facilitators through providing professional development opportunities
3. To motivate and encourage education majors to become Christian reflective decision makers
4. To foster the dispositions of committed professionals who strive towards excellence
Toward the realization of these goals, this organization and its members pledge their time and energy by the ratification of this document.
1. Coordinating regular meetings to discuss things happening in the surrounding area pertaining to history/modern world events.
2. Scheduling trips, if possible, to local historical areas of interest.
3. Taking part in campus wide activities to not only promote the club, but also Southern Adventist University as a whole.
4. Upholding the Seventh-day Adventist doctrine and applying it to the way we look at and understand history.
2. To provide flexibility to students by having three different times to meet for runs each day so that conflicts between schoolm, work schedule, etc. does not arise.
3. To provide an option for an extracurricular activity that promotes health to anyone
4. To put God first and foremost in every run4. To put God first and foremost in every run