Clubs & Organizations

Philosophy, Religious Studies & Theology Club | PhRST

The Philosophy & Religious Studies Club is a student-run club for majors, minors and interested students. The club meets every Friday afternoon with faculty to engage in free ranging discussions on philosophy, religious studies, politics and culture. The club also sponsors movie screenings 2 or 3 times a semester.

For more information, contact the advisor, Dr. Jesse Bailey, 203-365-4468, baileyj34@sacredheart.edu.

Alpha Zeta Upsilon Chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa National Honor Society

Theta Alpha Kappa is the only national honor society serving the needs of those involved in the study of religion and/or theology at both the baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate levels of higher education.

Delta Gamma Chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma

Delta Epsilon Sigma is a national scholastic honor society for students, faculty, and alumni of colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition. It was founded in 1939 to recognize academic accomplishments, to foster scholarly activities, and to encourage a sense of intellectual community among its members. National recognition is accorded through the college or university chapter. Sacred Heart's Delta Gamma chapter, founded in 1970, is one of over one hundred campus chapters. All Sacred Heart undergraduate students who have better than a 3.62 GPA and who have been active in campus or community service are invited to apply. There are requirements limiting the number of courses taken outside Sacred Heart.

The Society for Philosophy and Media (SPAM)

A discussion group sponsored by both the Department of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies and the Department of Communication and Media Studies.   SPAM members gather together two to three times a semester to screen a popular movie and then discuss the philosophical themes or questions raised by the film. 

Arabic Club

The Arabic Club is designed to celebrate and raise awareness to the Middle Eastern culture. Events of this club aim to educate and bring entertainment to the campus. Since Middle Eastern culture has many religions this club does not limit its focus to one religion, it incorporates various religions and countries into its planning and operation. All are welcome to join no matter is they identify as Arabic or not.

For more information, please contact:  Rabia Mairech, Advisor, mairechr@sacredheart.edu