Student Organizations

The following organizations are recognized by SGA:

Beta Beta Beta (Tri-Beta)
A founding chapter of the natural science, national undergraduate honor society.
Presidents: Sadie Pfau and Savannah Caro

Campus Players
The Southwestern College honors organization for the theatrical arts.
President: Allie Petrovich

One of the purposes of EdBuilders is to unite the future educatiors of Southwestern College.
President: Lori Gragert

An association that integrates international students with domestic students through sharing cultural experiences and knowledge.
President: Jesus Flores

It’s On Us (IOU)
President Becky Gamez

Fellowship of Christian Athletes
An organization that helps athletes and non-athletes have a place to express their faith in a positive and engaging environment.
President: Seth Topham

Film Club
President: Scott Olney

Gaming Club
An organization that unites students through various video, computer and board games.
President: Craig Lantz

Pre-health Professionals
An organization that educates and supports students in preparing for professional careers in health care.
President: Taylor Needham

Pi Gammu Mu
The founding chapter of the international social science honor society for men and women.
President: Sydney Shields

SC Athletic Training Society (SCATS)
The Southwestern College Athletic Training Society.
President: Bailey Collier

SC Republicans
President: Jay Buffum

Student Foundation (StuFu)
President: Victoria Lybarger

Student Government Association (SGA)
The main student representation and voice in campus issues and direction.
President: Kayla Demel

Sigma Tau Delta
Presidents: Jonathan Lane and Mikayla Rosenthal

Tone Builders
Singing, playing an instrument, and so much more is what the Tone Builders are all about.
President: Ashton Humbert

Ultimate Frisbee Organization (UFO)
President: Ethan Ediger

Laughatorium and Good Times Improvisational Comedy Troupe
President: Megan Morrow

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