Elizabethtown College is home to more than 80 student clubs and organization. Among them you'll find several which are committed to diversity on campus.
Kathryn Karoly, President
A group committed to making Elizabethtown College safe and welcoming for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings, which are held during the academic year every Wednesday at 6:05 p.m. in Nicarry 230. Questions and comments can be directed to email@example.com.
Beth Kenney, President
Hillel is home to Jewish students and professors as well as all those interested! We strive to provide a comfortable and fun environment to share traditions, holiday celebrations, tolerance, important discussions, and other cultural landmarks, as well as social action events.
Duc Dam, President
The mission of Elizabethtown College's International Club is to provide the opportunity for the campus to interact with others who are interested in learning more about different cultures and countries. The International Club is open to everyone and encourages community members from both the U.S. and other countries to intermingle in a mainly social environment to experience the diverse opportunities that exist in our ever-changin global community.
LSU (Latino Student Union)
Brenden Zapata, President
Latinos Unidos is the Latino Student Union at Elizabethtown College. The purpose of this organization is to provide a place for Latino students, as well as student interested in Latino culture, to meet twice a month to discuss Hispanic cultures and become involved in activities related to Hispanic cultures. Members of LSU are encouraged to spread what they learn and experience throughout the campus community.
Noir (Black Student Society)
Bruchette Myrtil, President
Established in November 2005, Noir is the Black Student Organization of Elizabethtown College. The organization is designed to address the concerns and needs of the Black student population of the campus. Noir is also a service organization providing programming and education on Black history and culture.