Student Clubs – Asbury University
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▾ American Enterprise Institute

▾ AU Mock Trial

▾ Young Americans for Freedom

The Young Americans for Freedom Chapter of Asbury University is a non-partisan, conservative organization dedicated to defending the individual liberties and freedoms which we as Americans are guaranteed by the Constitution. Our main focus is to educate, communicate with, and recruit the next generation of young Americans to be advocates for said rights, while still adhering to the Christian principles we embrace as students at Asbury University.

Contact: Jesse Green

▾ AU College Democrats

The AU College Democrats are committed to informing students of the motives of the Democratic party, while upholding the party platform through service awareness and social justice in the context of our Christian faith, as well as working to bring more young people into the political process.

Contact: Hailey Small

▾ AU College Republicans

AU College Republicans hope to promote better understanding of current political programs and policies within the Republican party.

Contact: Jesse Green

▾ Herpetology Club

The purpose of Herpetology club is to encourage students whose interests include the academic study of reptiles and amphibians through animal husbandry, research, and hands-on experience. As a group we wish to pursue and gain a further understanding of God’s creation.

Contact: Emma Jo Dean

▾ Last Man Standing

Last Man Standing hopes to provide the community with the ability to partake in enjoyable nerf games that create a fun atmosphere outside of the busy college life. We promote respect, strategy, excitement, and joy within our club to benefit the Asbury experience.

Contact: Quinn Endicott

▾ Phi Alpha Theta (History Honor Society)

We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. We seek to bring students and teachers together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways.

Contact: TBA

▾ Phi Beta Lambda (Business Club)

The Asbury Chapter of PBL will serve to launch students’ professional development, promote civic, personal, and spiritual responsibility, and prepare students alongside the Dayton School of Business to be the best for the world.

Contact: Melissa Natour

▾ Pre-Vet Club

The mission of the Asbury Pre-Vet Club is to be involved in activities that support the students on a course of study to pursue veterinary education. This will be both academic and spiritual support, along with tangible ways to prepare for the veterinary application process. This will be a cooperative process with CVM and Asbury faculty, staff, and spiritual life.

Contact: Anna Jacobs

▾ Screaming Eagles

Contact: William Stanley

▾ Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)

Part of the foremost collegiate student organization of its kind, the Asbury chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) fosters the abilities and career development of its members by connecting them to a network of peers and professionals facilitated through PRSSA national and regional conferences, exclusive online content, chapter events such as special speakers and site visits, and networking opportunities. We also sponsor campus community events, including Servant Leadership Day, the annual Oscar watch party, and other service endeavors.

Contact: Julia Lawson

▾ RISE: Faith and Feminism

As Asbury’s feminist organization, RISE’s primary purpose is to provide women and men on campus the space to discuss and resolve issues surrounding the treatment of women in the world. RISE will host events and service projects that further healthy dialogue, integrate faith and feminism, and engage the members of our community.

Contact: Lisa Swartz

▾ Sacred Life Club

The mission of the Asbury Sacred Life Club is to be involved in activities that raise awareness and help to protect and defend the most fundamental right of humankind, the right to life of every innocent human being from the beginning of life to natural death. Specifically, this organization is committed to the issues surrounding the topics of abortion and human trafficking while seeking to demonstrate Christian love and support to those affected by these issues.

Contact: Anna Jacobs 

▾ Self Defense Club

The Women’s Self Defense Club serves to provide a basic skillset to empower women and give them the confidence to protect themselves, as well as to enhance women’s physical safety and awareness during their college years and beyond

Contact: Allyson Gemma

▾ Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish Honor Society)

We gather as a group to have fun playing games, watching movies, etc. While using the Spanish language as our means of communication. To become a part of the sigma delta pi you must have completed 18 credits of Spanish or be enrolled in a class that would put you at or above 18 credits, while maintaining a GPA of at least 3.0 in all Spanish classes.

Contact: Dr. Shelby Thacker

▾ Sigma Zeta (Math and Science Honor Society)

Our purpose is to recognize and honor the attainment of high scholarship in the Math and Science disciplines; to encourage student research; to increase student job and opportunity awareness; to promote interpersonal relationships between the students and the faculty; and to provide Christian fellowship among the Math and Science students.

Contact: Bethany Marcum

▾ Sigma Tau Delta (English Honor Society)

We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of English through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among scholars. We seek to bring students and teachers together for intellectual and social fellowship, which promote and assist research and publication by our members in a variety of ways. Being a part of Sigma Tau Delta connects our local English community to an international community, and as a result members are given an easier way to transition into the larger international scholastic community.

Contact: Dr. Erin Penner

▾ Youth Ministry Club

The Youth Ministry Club resources youth ministry students and all AU students who are involved or interested in youth ministry in any way. YMC equips leaders with training, networking, and a space to share resources, ideas, and practices.

Contact: Kellen Abner

▾ Afro Caribbean Club

Contact: Carter Hammond

▾ Biblical Gender Equality Club

Provide a community to openly and gracefully work through Gender Equality in the Christian context through educational dialogue and diverse resources for all students involved. 

Contact: Hannah Springer

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