Joining a professional society, club, organization or honor society is a great way to make friends, get to know your professors, connect with professionals in the field and become a more successful student. SFA is home to more than 200 student clubs and organizations, including clubs for students interested in dance , health science and kinesiology.
For more information about health science, kinesiology and dance- related clubs and organizations, you can contact the program coordinator or view SFA clubs and organizations to find the best fit for your interests.
Health science, kinesiology and dance organizations
The Department of Kinesiology and Health Science offers student organizations that will help you meet like-minded Lumberjacks, get career advice and participate in a variety of social events and community service projects.
Organization of Athletic Training Students
This organization is for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in athletic training and related fields. Since it was founded in 2004, the Organization of Athletic Training Students’ focus has been to help cover travel expenses for members attending professional meetings. The organization also supports nonprofit organizations.
This student group provides opportunities for members to meet with health science, kinesiology and dance faculty, as well as local professionals, to learn more about the fields that interest them. Members also attend conferences, workshops and meetings; coordinate with local and state organization activities; and work to increase public understanding and appreciation for health science, kinesiology and dance.
SFA Repertory Dance Company
This student dance company presents a wide range of performances at the university, in the community and at regional events. Admission is by audition and is for students with training in modern dance, ballet and/or jazz.
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The Eta Mu Chapter of Phi Epsilon Kappa is an honors fraternity for students majoring/minoring in health science, kinesiology or dance. The fraternity’s focuses are education, charitable activities and the advancement of members’ chosen fields.
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