Clubs and Organizations

There are many ways for students to be involved on campus. Here's an overview of clubs and organizations: 

Asbury Outdoors
Group interested in preserving and being involved in the outdoors; Trent Ellsworth, Advisor 

Business Club
Club intended to provide opportunities for all students to learn from Christian leaders in various organizations on cutting-edge topics of today.  Dr. Paul Hamilton, Advisor

Asbury Outreach Coalition
Provides a variety of opportunities for weekly service to people of all ages, ranging from children and youth to nursing home ministry. Kaylyn Moran, Advisor

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Intramural Council
Council of students who give input, support and organization to the campus intramural program. Contact Clark Kendall for more information.

LEAD-ON! Steering Committee
Student task force for developing and promoting leadership programming.  Paul Stephens, Advisor

Ethnic Student Groups
International, third-culture, and U.S. ethnic students can find support and opportunities for social interaction through one of five student organizations sponsored by the office of Intercultural Programs. For more information see . Esther Jadhav, Advisor

Nu Pi
Local chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Honor Society associated with Spanish as a foreign language. Shelby Thacker, Advisor

OMS Student Fellowship
Student missions-awareness fellowship sponsored by One Mission Society. Dave & Jennifer Sherwood, Advisors

Phi Alpha Theta
History honor society.  Glen Spann, Advisor

Psi Chi / Psychology Club (Psychology)
Group associated with the field of psychology.  Janet Dean, Advisor

ROTC Program
Organization to learn more about the U.S. Military and receive financial aid. Bill Hall, Contact

Students ministering to local pro-life groups by being the bridge between ministries and the resources of our fellow Asbury students.  Peter Kerr, Advisor

Salvation Army Student Fellowship
Student fellowship for students interested in or from The Salvation Army. David Rightmire, Advisor; Majors Doug & Debbie Burr, Center Directors 

Sigma Zeta (Alpha Theta Chapter)
National honor society to promote the fields of math and science through social events and service projects. Ann Witherington, Advisor

Tumbling Team
An outreach ministry of the Science & Health department. The team travels and performs during spring break each year. Their show uses acrobatics, gymnastics, stunts and trampoline work as a means of sharing their faith. Ken Pickerill, Advisor 

World Gospel Mission Student Involvement

Student fellowship for students interested in missions. Opportunities to travel on spring break, summer and short-term missions trips. Jonathan & Faith Powers, Advisors

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