Clubs and organizations are formed by students and approved by the Student Government Association. Some clubs are based upon academic major while others are created around a special interest. If you and some of your friends want to form a new club or organization, you may do so by submitting a constitution, list of officers and a minimum of 10 members, a faculty or staff advisor, and proposed budget to SGA.
Student Government Association
SGA represents the student body on a variety of matters and issues concerning many aspects of student life at Pitt-Bradford.
Student Activities Council
SAC plans a variety of events and entertainment for the students to enjoy. With an executive board, a promotions team and seven programming committees, SAC always has something exciting going on.
As the governing body of social Greek organizations, Greek Council oversees the affairs and concerns of the three fraternities and three sororities registered at Pitt-Bradford.
- Art Club
- Biology - Chemistry Club
- CIST/AIS Club
- Criminal Justice Club
- Democratically Engaged Members of Society (DEMOS)
- Education Club
- Engineering Club
- Environmental Studies Club
- History and Political Science Club
- Hospitality Management Club
- Psychology Club
- Sport & Recreation Management Club
- Student Nurse Organization (SNO)
- The Source student newspaper
Special Interest Clubs
Honor societies and organizations sponsored by areas other than SGA
- Alpha Lambda Delta (national freshman honor society)
- Alpha Sigma Lambda (honorary for nontraditional/adult students)
- Alpha Phi Omega (national service fraternity)
- Baily's Beads literary magazine
- Beta Beta Beta (national biology honor society)
- Blue & Gold Society
- Chi Alpha Sigma (national college athlete honor society)
- Phi Epsilon Kappa (honorary society for sport and exercise science majors)
- Pi Gamma Mu (international social sciences honor society)
- Psi Chi (national psychology honor society)
- Sigma Tau Delta (English honor society)