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Student Organizations

Brescia University offers a diverse number of organizations and clubs for students. Some are focused on leadership, while others simply join like minds together for fun and fellowship. Listed below are organizations recognized by the Student Government Association.

Alpha Chi National Honor Society

The purpose of the Kentucky Delta Chapter of Alpha Chi National Honor Society is to recognize superior scholarship and to promote the type of character that makes scholarship an effective for for good.  The Delta Chapter will: recognize outstanding scholarship, promote appreciation of an integrity in academics, and engage in projects benefiting campus and community.  For more information please contact Alpha Chi advisor Vicki Tinsley at [email protected]

Black Student Union

The purpose of the Black Student Union is to promote awareness and unity within the minority and African American community to all Brescia University students.  For more information please contact the Black Student Union advisor Britton Hibbitt at [email protected]

Brescia University Habitat for Humanity

In partnership with the Owensboro-Daviess County Habitat for Humanity in efforts to provide simple, decent, affordable housing to people in need. Habitat for Humanity of Owensboro is a nonprofit organization building homes through volunteer labor and donations of money and materials.  The Brescia University Chapter of Habitat for Humanity encourages people from all aspects of university life to become engaged and socially responsible citizens by sharing both their time and energy in order to help out those less fortunate. For more information please contact BU Habitat for Humanity advisor, Keith Hudson [email protected]

Brescia University International Club

The purpose of the International Club is to provide cultural exchange and unity between international students and American students and develop a deeper understanding of international concerns, while fostering education and awareness programs about global perspectives at the university and in the community.  For more information please contact the International Club advisor Dr. Anna Kuthy at [email protected]

Clay Club

The main focus of the Clay Club is provide an artistic focus of ceramics; a creative outlet for undergraduate, graduate, and weekend college students; a method to promote involvement in the campus community; a forum for members to participate in the recreational, educational, and philanthropic aspects of ceramics/pottery. For more information please contact the Clay Club advisor Frank Krevens at [email protected]

Delta Epsilon Sigma

The purpose of Delta Epsilon Sigma is to recognize academic accomplishments,  to foster scholarly activities, and to encourage a sense of intellectual community among its members.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

The purpose of FCA is to see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches.  For more information please contact Sister Pam Mueller at [email protected] or Michael Lovett at michael.lovett@[email protected]

Freshman Class Council (FCC)

The main focus of FCC is to provide a system of support, programming and a method of campus involvement for all new students of Brescia University. For more information please contact Patricia Lovett at [email protected] or Josh Clary at [email protected]

Ichabod Society

The Ichabod Society  works together to advance the values of reading, writing, and all matters intellectual on our campus.  For more information please contact the Ichabod Society advisor Edna Murphey at edna.murphey@[email protected]

Junior Class Council (JCC)

The JCC provides support, programming and a method of campus involvement aimed at representing the interests of all third year students at Brescia University. For more information please contact Patricia Lovett at [email protected] or Josh Clary at [email protected]

Kentucky Education Association (KEA)/ Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

The purpose of the KEA is to provide opportunities for personal growth, professional development, understanding of the teaching profession, participation in cooperative work, and strive for higher standards of preparation.  For more information please contact Tina Wolken at [email protected]

National Student Speech Language Hearing Association

The purpose of NSSLHA chapter at Brescia University shall be: to encourage professional interest among college and university students in the study of normal and disordered human communication, to assist college and university departments and local organizations interested in speech, hearing and language behavior and disorders, to provide continuity to the dissemination of professional information, and to provide a vehicle for student representation in matters of professional concern.  For more information please the NSSLHA Advisors Dr. James Naas at [email protected] or Donna Goodlett-Collins at [email protected]

Psychology Club

The purpose of the psychology club is to challenge, stimulate, and provide an environment that will promote growth among individuals interested in psychology and other related fields.  For more information please contact the Psychology Club advisors Jubemi Ogisi at [email protected] or Vicki Tinsley at [email protected]

Social Work Club

The social work club promotes community service and provides opportunity for discussion of important social concerns.

Sophomore Class Council (SCC)

The purpose of SCC is to provide a system of support, programming and a method of campus involvement for the Sophomore class of Brescia University. For more information please contact  Patricia Lovett at [email protected] or Josh Clary at [email protected]

Spanish Club

The purpose of the Spanish Club is to encourage interest in the Spanish culture and language, as well as promote social opportunities to intertwine the two cultures.  For more information please contact the Spanish Club advisor Dr. Martin Velez at [email protected]

Student Government Association (SGA)

The purpose of SGA is to provide for a representative government; a voice for the concerns of the undergraduate, graduate, and Weekend College students; a method to promote involvement in the campus community; a forum for the communication to the university’s faculty and administration; and to serve the best interests of the students and university.  For more information please contact SGA at [email protected]

Student Activities Program Board (SAPB)

The main student programming board on campus, responsible for a wide array of entertainment and educational programming for the entire campus.  For more information please contact SAPB at [email protected]

Z.E.S.T. (Zombie Emergency Survival Team)

The main focus of ZEST is to promote general student welfare, health, and protection from the living dead.  For more information please contact Jake Davis [email protected]