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Below is a list of the chartered service organizations on campus. Each organization has specific information about that organization’s purpose, meeting times and locations, contact information, and social media sites.

Alpha Delta Theta
Alpha Phi Omega
Big Brothers, Big Sisters
Civitan Club
Habitat for Humanity
Student Council for Exceptional Children
Volunteer Center


Alpha Delta Theta

Purpose:  Alpha Delta Theta is a Christian Service Sorority in which undergraduate women receive fellowship and sisterhood with other women who share their beliefs, opportunities to discuss their relationship with Christ, opportunities to serve their community in many different ways. This community service includes fundraisers like March Of Dimes, and other service events like working for Habitat for Humanity. Sisters must complete a certain amount of community service each semester to remain a member.

Membership Criteria:  ADT is comprised of about 50 Christian women from all backgrounds, ages, experiences and majors. Alpha Delta Theta is open to any female wishing to join.

Meeting Day:  Tuesdays

Meeting Time:  7:00 PM

Meeting Location:  Greek Village Conference Center, Room 202

Contacts:

PresidentCJ Blanton
SGA RepresentativeKayla Williamson
AdvisorShannon Lefever

Social Media:     WordPress     Facebook for Pledges     Twitter

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Alpha Phi Omega

Purpose:  To serve the college, community and the nation through community service.

Membership Criteria:  Any student of High Point University.

Meeting Day:  Tuesdays

Meeting Time:  8:30 PM

Meeting Location:  Phillips 206

Contacts:

PresidentZachary Hynoski
SGA RepresentativeKayla Quinn
AdvisorDr. Craig Curty

Social Media:     Twitter

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Big Brothers, Big Sisters

Purpose:  The purpose of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to provide kids in the local community with men and women from High Point University that can help the children with their school work and any other life issues. This program allows the University to aide the future of the High Point community by helping out the youth in this city.

Membership Criteria:  In order to be a Big Brother or Big Sister, each student has to apply and have references that the committee can refer to in order to match them with a little.

Meeting Day:  First weekend of each month

Meeting Time:  7:00 PM

Meeting Location:  The Great Day Bakery

Contacts:

PresidentErin Sullivan
SGA RepresentativeDakin Hill
AdvisorDr. Sadie Leder

Social Media:     Facebook

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Civitan Club

Purpose:  This is a campus chapter of Civitan International.  The worldwide mission of Civitan International is to build good citizenship by providing a volunteer organization of clubs dedicated to serving individual and community needs with an emphasis on helping people with developmental disabilities. Our club also has a local emphasis on assisting the homeless, and a global emphasis on alleviating world hunger.

Membership Criteria:  All students are welcome to join. There is no rush or pledge period.  Annual membership dues are $20 for new members, $15 for returning.  For those who join in the spring membership dues are $12.50.

Meeting Day:  Varies

Meeting Time:  6:00 PM

Meeting Location:  Varies

Contacts:

PresidentElizabeth Burns
SGA RepresentativeAlexis Williams
AdvisorDr. Daniel Hall

Social Media:     Facebook

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Habitat for Humanity

Purpose:  Habitat for Humanity believes that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. We build and repair houses all over the world using volunteer labor and donations. Our partner families purchase these houses through no-profit, no-interest mortgage loans or innovative financing methods. The HPU chapter works 5 minutes from campus helping with homes in our community. We also work with the local ReStore.

We were created to assist Habitat by working with any local affiliate and/or with Habitat’s international headquarters in order to show the love and teachings of Jesus Christ:
a) By working in cooperation with God’s people in need to create a better human habitat in which to live and work;
b) By working with an affiliate to determine collaboration efforts with other agencies and groups which have a kindred purpose;
c) Through loving acts and the spoken and written word;
d) By enabling a growing number of people from all walks of life to take part in this ministry.

Membership Criteria:  Anyone is welcome. We hold sign ups and keep track of those who come to our meetings in order to know who our active members are.

Meeting Day:  Tuesdays

Meeting Time:  8:00 PM

Meeting Location:  Norton Hall

Contacts:

PresidentTaylor Hemphill
SGA RepresentativeKatie St. Amand
AdvisorDr. David Bergen

Social Media:     Facebook     Twitter     Instagram

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Student Council for Exceptional Children

Purpose: The purpose of this chapter shall be to advance the education of individuals with disabilities and to promote related educational, scientific, and charitable purposes. Specifically, this chapter will continue the philanthropic spirit of High Point University by volunteering with schools and agencies who support persons with disabilities. HPU students will have the opportunity to volunteer and learn about persons with disabilities and the services afforded to them. This chapter intends to assist and provide support to the North Carolina state/provincial unit of the Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) in all its efforts on behalf of persons with exceptionalities, and to participate in all appropriate governance activities of SCEC subject to the general supervision and control of SCEC.

Membership Criteria: Membership shall consist of students and faculty at the High Point University and other local persons interested in the education of individuals with exceptionalities. Members must be a High Point University undergraduate student currently enrolled as a full time day student.

 

Meeting Day: TBD

Meeting Time: TBD

Meeting Location: TBD

Contacts:

PresidentBrooke Isen
SGA RepresentativeAbigail Rollenhagen
AdvisorHeidi Summey

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Volunteer Center

Purpose:  The purpose of HPU’s Volunteer Center is to provide students with multiple, differing opportunities to serve and become involved both on our campus and within our community. The organization is a student-led program and offers a wide span of volunteer opportunities for all students interested in getting involved. Students are given opportunities to partner with local non-profit agencies, as well as enjoy and participate in the domestic and international alternative break service trips. The Volunteer Center partners with non-profit agencies including Big Brothers/Big Sisters, American Red Cross, Communities in Schools, Habitat for Humanity and more. The Volunteer Center provides students with a multitude of opportunities, whether they want to help raise awareness, money, or spirits.

Membership Criteria:  Any current students of High Point University are welcome to join the Volunteer Center, especially those with a passion or motivation to give back and become involved in service.

Meeting Day:  Tuesdays

Meeting Time:  5:00 PM

Meeting Location:  Slane Student Center, Office of Student Life (3rd Floor)

Contacts:

PresidentMeghan Reney
SGA RepresentativeDiana McKay
AdvisorGail Tuttle

Social Media:     Facebook     Twitter

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CONTACT THE OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE

Our office is located on the third floor of the Slane Student Center. We are open daily from 8:30am – 5pm.

(336) 841-9231
(336) 841-4513 (fax)

E-mail: studentlife@highpoint.edu

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