Student Clubs – Asbury University
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▾ Asbury Pre-Health Organization

Contact: Hayden Bartels

Advisor: Bruce Branan

▾ American Sign Language Club

Contact: Nehemiah Buchholz

Advisor: Cathrin Wilbanks

▾ Biblical Gender Equality Club

Contact: Eva Albritton

Advisor: Sarah Baldwin

▾ Cosplay Club

Contact: Cora Taylor

Advisor: Kris Dietrich

▾ Dressage Club

Contact: Madeline Howard

Advisor: Jessica Lyons

▾ Drill Club

Contact: Kimry Cannon-Vazquez

Advisor: Jesse Westfall

▾ Entrepreneurship Club

Contact: Caleb Reams

Advisor: Dan Lewis

▾ 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: Alex Whitaker

Advisor: Marvin Ruffner

▾ 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: Tollie Sneed

Advisor: Ethan Engelhardt

▾ 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: Nickolas Pidgorodetskiy

Advisor: Alesha Graves

▾ 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: Sam Diaz Merchan

Advisor: Todd Wold

▾ 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: Jarrod Bushong

Advisor: Chris Segre-Lewis

▾ 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

Advisor: David Hay

▾ 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: Caroline Bailey

Advisor: Laura Walther

▾ Vaulting Club

Contact: Ashley Walhert

Advisor: Cathrin Wilbanks

▾ Visible and Invisible Disabilities Alliance (VIDA)

Contact: Kayle Kickertz

Advisor: Victoria Slocum

▾ Western Performance Horse Club

Western Performance Horse Club is an equine club at the Asbury University Equine center. Our student trainers work with Quarter Horses that were born at the farm and also other breeds in the western discipline. Each week our club begins with some Bible study and prayer. We then work on whatever our horses are learning at the time. We receive instruction and support from Jesse Westfall when needed. We also participate in some shows and other activities as a club which we are hoping to expand more in the future.

Contact: Emma Whitis

Advisor: Jesse Westfall

▾ 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: Olivia Ruckriegel

Advisor: Brian Hull

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