Looking for a way to get involved with campus life? Want to meet other Lumberjacks who share your passion for history? Interested in visiting places like Camp Ford or the Houston Holocaust Museum? Do you want to get involved with research projects and give back to your community?
For more information about any of SFA’s more than 200 student clubs and organizations, you can contact your faculty advisor to find the best fit for your interests.
History clubs and organizations
If you love history, you’ll feel right at home as a member of SFA’s History Club. Open to history majors and non-majors alike, the History Club sponsors activities like guest lectures, movie nights and trips to a variety of historical sites and museums.
Students who meet academic and coursework requirements may be eligible for membership in the SFA chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honor Society. SFA’s chapter, Eta Sigma, has been going strong since 1961 and boasts more than 600 members!
As a member of Phi Alpha Theta, you’ll have the opportunity to attend and present research at professional conferences, take trips and participate in a variety service projects, such as offering tutoring to history students.