Recognized Student Organizatons (RSOs)
All Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) are reviewed and approved by the Student Government association. The Student Development and Campus Life team believes that students are creative, resourceful, and whole; organizing allows them to maximize the strengths and gifts they have to make the entire campus and community thrive.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association is the official executive and legislative body for student discussion, decision, and action. It is composed of student representatives elected on both an academic and class-standing basis. The Student Government Association is the primary channel for the development and review of residential and social policies, as well as for students to voice needs and concerns related to academic issues. A major duty of the SGA is to allocate funds to student organizations to support their contributions to campus life.
Ethan Thornton (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Anna Foshee (Advisor) email@example.com
Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs)
The Black Student Alliance (BSA)
The Black Student Alliance is an organization dedicated to creating a safe space for minority students on Spalding's campus; through focusing on Pan-Africanism, historical recovery and the Black experience in the United Sates.
Savasia Thompson (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Deonte Hollowell (Advisor) email@example.com
Campus Activities Board
Supports students in imagineering opportunities that promote learning and service to sustain an engaged and compassionate Spalding community.
Ethan Thornton (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jordan Gross (Advisor) email@example.com
Kentucky Education Association Aspiring Educators, Spalding Chapter
KEASP provides pre-service teachers and others interested in education with professional development, service and leadership opportunities with p-12 schools.
Ashley Ray (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Dunnagan (Advisor) email@example.com
Natural Science Student Association
Jeremy White (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Beta Lambda
PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.
Melissa Perez (President) email@example.com
Dishant Pandya (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Poets of Spalding
The purpose of Poets of Spalding is to get young adults into the art of poetry and self-expression.
Victor Edwards (President) email@example.com
Minda Reves (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Organized for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology.
Hawthorne Merkle (president) email@example.com
David Morgan (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Residence Hall Activities Council
Providing comfortable living for student residents.
McKenna Blaylock (Advisor) email@example.com
Sexuality and Gender Acceptance (SAGA)
Spalding’s Sexuality and Gender Acceptance club exists to provide a safe and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, questioning, and transgender youth and their straight allies.
Dylan Coley (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Detmering (Advisor) email@example.com
Sigma Tau Delta
Our mission is to recognize the achievements of our members, providing resources and networking skills to further expand our knowledge while promoting an interdisciplinary atmosphere to foster the growth of our fellow students who are not members of our organization.
Lynnell Edwards (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Spalding Local Urban Gardeners (SLUG)
Our mission is to create a Spalding-affiliated community garden that brings community members and students together to educate, engage reciprocally with the community, and provide fresh produce. Members will learn basic concepts of gardening and become stewards for the environment and the community by: -encouraging community engagement and service and promoting peace and justice by providing fresh produce and creating a collaborative space -being involved in a broad range of community interests, such as engaging with local organizations, business opportunities (i.e. farmers markets), neighborhood beautification, etc. -grounding students and community members in spiritual values as they make connections between their academic learning, the community, and the physical world.
Sally Rother (President) email@example.com
Abbie Lemmon (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Spalding University Athletic Training Club
Provides a setting for students who are interested in becoming an Allied Health Care Professional in the field of Sports Medicine to develop increased student involvement outside of the classroom and to network with local Sports Medicine professionals.
Brandon Pyle (President) email@example.com
Tiffany Franklin (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Spalding University Multicultural Psychology Association
SUMPA is a professional academic organization dedicated to advancing multicultural awareness through research, scholarship, and community outreach. The group promotes learning, growth, acceptance, and cultural competency in professional psychology and the community at large. We are concerned with the welfare and psychological health of persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, people living in poverty, women and children, and other groups who are marginalized due to their identity.
Lucille Gardner (President) email@example.com
DeDe Wolfarth (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Spalding University Nursing Students (SUNS)
Provides programs on recent advances in health care and networking opportunities with other health care professionals.
Julie Dennison (President) email@example.com
Christy Meek (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
Kasim Alsalman (President) email@example.com
Danielle Lavender (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Table Top Club
The Table Top Club wishes to provide an enjoyable and memorable experience using table top roleplaying games.
Sarah Trevino (President) email@example.com
Rick Hudson (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
The Underground Artist Movement
Students from the Kentucky School of Art promote a creative and productive life through a higher education in the visual arts.
Kaitlyn Southerland (President) email@example.com
Aaron Lubrick (Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
United Students of Social Work Association (USAWA)
Promotes a heightened awareness of social issues and encourages the development of professional skills.
Shannon Cambron (Advisor) email@example.com
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. – Tau Rho Chapter
Greek Letter Organization organized on the precepts of Scholarship, Service, Sisterly Love and Finer Womanhood.
Jasmine Furmon (President) firstname.lastname@example.org
Chelsi Sloan (Chapter Advisor) email@example.com
Janelle Rae (University Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org