AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE CLUB
The American Sign Language Club exposes sign language to the SHU community and surrounding area. The club provides insight on a culture that sometimes isn’t as widely recognized as other languages and cultures. Students can learn sign language and the club can assist those taking the American Sign Language course.
BALLROOM DANCE CLUB
The purpose of this club is to help students develop confidence, grace, and knowledge of rhythm and dance. Students will participate in lead/follow activities and learn to Waltz, Fox Trot, Triple Swing, Single Swing, Salsa, Meringue, and Tango.
This club is for those who wish to learn the logic and strategy to master this game. It is a good way for students that share this common interest to get together and learn the variety of ways to play.
The College Democrats is an organization of SHU Democrats committed to their ideals. They participate in local and state democratic functions, as well as host activities for students on campus. They also take part in many different conventions that help educate them on pertinent Democratic issues.
College Republicans are dedicated to increasing Republican ideals throughout campus by hosting events and participation in state-wide and national political activities. They interact with the College Republican National Committee, and the Connecticut Union on College Republicans. Throughout the year they host activities that allow them to meet some of the leaders in the Republican Party in both the state and national level.
The governing body of each Residence Hall strives to create a community that functions to unite the residents with the University itself. This is achieved through programming, fundraising, and community service.
The sole mission of Heart Attack is to foster, create, and provide opportunities to increase school spirit for all Sacred Heart University community members. SHU athletic events are a major focus of this group.
MARTIAL ARTS CLUB
The Martial Arts Club offers membership to students who are interested in the martial arts. They hold classes at the University for any students who desire to participate.
NATIONAL RESIDENCE HALL HONORARY
NRHH is composed of the top 1% of student leaders in the Residence Halls. They strive to recognize contributions within the Halls through their “of the month” recognition system.
RESIDENCE HALL ASSOCIATION
Residence Hall Associ strives to achieve a sense of community between the residence halls both on and off campus and to promote school/hall spirit. In addition, IRC offers an open forum where all are welcome to voice their concerns about residential issues. IRC sponsors many of the Campus Wide Events, and promotes active involvement and campus integration to accomplish their goals.
STUDENTS TODAY, ALUMNI TOMORROW
Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) works closely with the Office of Institutional Advancement to create relationships with current students that will last long after graduation. The main event is Homecoming Weekend every October.
STUDENT EVENTS TEAM
Part of Student Government, the Student Events Team, is the largest programming board on campus. Holding multiple events -per week, SET works to provide students with a variety of social events to attend. All students are encouraged to join and give their imput, for more information about what they do and how to join, visit their homepage.