Clubs & Organizations
American Chemical Society Council for Exceptional Children Environmental Science Student Organization (ESSO) Lander Association for the Education of Young Children Lander Professional Business Society L.U. Student Nurses Association (LUSNA) Mathematical Association of America Music Educators National Conference (MENC) Palmetto State Teachers Association PEES Club Political Science Association Psychology Club Sociology Club Spanish Club
Clubs & Interest Groups
African American Student Nursing Association Bearcat Ultimate Frisbee College Republicans Dephine Dance Group Lander Anime & Manga Society Lander Cinema Club Lander Dancers Lander Lacrosse Club Lander Rugby Club Lander Swim Club Lander University Chess Club Lander University College Democrats Minorities on the Move People to People International Residence Hall Association Rotaract Club of Lander University
Alpha Tau Omega Kappa Alpha Psi Phi Beta Sigma Tau Kappa Epsilon
Interfraternity Council Lander Panhellenic Council National Pan-Hellenic Council
Beth Burnette Political Science and Spanish Graduate, ’10
Alpha Chi (all disciplines) Alpha Psi Omega (theatre) Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society (biology) Beta Gamma Sigma (business) Blue Key Honor Society Delta Omicron (music) Kappa Delta Pi (education) Phi Alpha Theta (history) Sigma Tau Delta (English) Sigma Theta Tau (nursing)
Art Alliance Forum Online New Voices (literary magazine) The Review (literary and art magazine) WLG-TV (campus television station) XLR Lander Radio (campus radio station)
Brass Ensemble Chamber Strings Guitar Ensemble Jazz Combo Jazz Ensemble Old Main Singers
Opera Workshop Percussion Ensemble Piano Ensemble University Singers Wind Ensemble Woodwind Ensemble
Baptist Collegiate Ministry Chi Alpha Omega Chi Sigma Fellowship of Christian Athletes IMPACT Lander-Greenwood Wesley Fellowship Lutheran Campus Ministry Young Life
Alpha Kappa Alpha Delta Sigma Theta Gamma Phi Beta Phi Mu Zeta Phi Beta Zeta Tau Alpha
Bearcat Dance Team Lander University Cheerleaders L.U. Equestrian Team Presidential Ambassadors Student Government Association University Program Council
Burnette’s decision to enroll at Lander was prompted by memories of visiting a relative who was a student at the university. “I remember experiencing university life, including eating in the student dining hall and going to the library,” she said. As for the other reasons she chose Lander, Burnette added, “I’m from a small town and Lander is a small school. And it is only about 45 miles from my home in Elberton.” At Lander, she was a Presidential Ambassador, a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society, and chair of the student Republican Club. She also enrolled in Lander’s Honors International Program and spent time tutoring her Spanish classmates. Burnette received an $11,000 Rotary scholarship to underwrite expenses associated with her semester abroad at Sociedad Hispano Mundial, in Granada.
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