Purple Haze Association
- The 2014-2015 Purple Haze Assocation Student Directors
- The First Annual Holler At Homer Was A Success
- Dr. Peck With Our PHA Jack Hammers
- Winning Paint Houston Purple last year at The Battle Of The Piney Woods
- Four PHA Officers at H.U.G.E. Leadership Conference
- QR Link to Application
- Congrats to our members Jonathan Aviles and Dwight Watson for winning the "Free Canes for a Year" Challenge
- Jacks Charge
Purple Haze Association (PHA) is a commitment and a dedication amongst the student community to carry out The SFA Way and the Lumberjack Spirit while supporting fellow members of the University, on the field, court, diamond, or any other way possible.
We strive to be the main facilitators of Lumberjack Spirit by showing respect through sportsmanlike behavior, demonstrating responsible actions while representing any aspect of the University, and caring for the SFA name and its traditions, all while maintaining the highest level of integrity and remaining united by Purple Pride.
How to Join
General Membership: To apply to be a general member who regularly attends games, events and meetings, please fill out the online application.
Application deadline is 5 p.m. September 5. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (936) 468-1923 during normal business hours.
The Office of Student Affairs Programs is committed to providing support for students with disabilities. If you are a student who needs an accommodation to attend or participate in one of our events or student organizations you are encouraged to stop by Room 325 in the Human Services Building to make your request. You may also call us at (936) 468-3004, TDD: (936) 468-1004.
If you have an accommodation request please see us as soon as possible, so we can make any arrangements necessary. Accommodations can only be arranged once a request has been submitted in writing to Disability Services. To the greatest extent possible, the Office of Student Affairs Programs shall observe confidentiality with respect to any request for accommodation.
Students who feel they have not been accommodated appropriately can appeal that decision utilizing the university appeals process.