Southern New Hampshire University
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Campus Ministry The campus ministry program contributes to the goal of fostering the personal development of students addressing their religious needs and concerns. There is a Campus Ministry Student Association on campus (for Catholic, Jewish and Protestant students). It is through this group that students have an opportunity to come together to share and grow in their faith. During the school year, the Ofﬁce of Campus Ministry provides a Roman Catholic Mass on Sunday evening, and once a week a Protestant student led prayer and a Bible Study on Campus. Students of other religious denominations may contact the Ofﬁce of Campus Ministry for information concerning the location of a church, mosque, or synagogue in Manchester. The Ofﬁce of Campus Ministry provides personal and spiritual direction, religious instruction and sacramental preparation. Our staff consists of a full-time Catholic chaplain/director of Campus Ministry and a volunteer Protestant Chaplain. Their hours are posted outside the Campus Ministry Ofﬁce in the Student Center.
Campus Programming & Leadership The personal growth resulting from university activities is not easily measured. It is, however, directly related to each student’s level of involvement and commitment in the community. The university provides opportunities for individual participation and for membership in clubs and organizations. Student Affairs, through the Ofﬁces of Campus Programming & Leadership and Student Life, strive to support the academic tradition of the university. This is accomplished through upholding a minimum membership requirement for all active members in SNHU clubs and organizations. Each active member must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 to remain a part of campus organizations. In addition, many clubs and organizations prescribe a higher cumulative GPA to be a member of certain groups. The Ofﬁce of Campus Programming and Leadership helps organize new clubs and coordinates leadership development, helps with the management of major campus programs and manages the Camp Synergy low ropes course. The ofﬁce advises the Inter-Greek Council (IGC), Senior 102
Week, the Enterprise Yearbook, and the Coordinators for Activities and Programming Events (CAPE). It provides information and guidance on planning and presenting events and programs, prepares an activities calendar and keeps the roster of organizations. There are more than 50 clubs recognized on campus. Visit the SNHU website for a complete listing.
Student Government Association The Student Government Association (SGA) represents all full-time undergraduate and graduate Southern New Hampshire University students. As the main voice for the student body at SNHU, SGA maintains an open line of communication between the administration, faculty and students. Throughout the year SGA actively participates and has voting power on University standing committees to ensure that students’ needs are addressed. The Board of Trustees, Academic Policy, Financial Aid, and Student Discipline Committees are just a few of the university committees with SGA representation. SGA encourages student input regarding University policies, facilities, and events. The Ofﬁce of Student Life provides SGA with guidance and advice on the management of their organization.
Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) The Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE) is a student run organization committed to enriching campus life at Southern New Hampshire University. CAPE provides on and off campus activities for all students by providing social, recreational, educational and cultural programming. Major events include: concerts, comedy shows and Fall, Winter and Spring week.
The Inter-Greek Council The Inter-Greek Council (IGC) is the coordinating board for the fraternal system at Southern New Hampshire University. Its purpose is to organize the rush program, develop new member education procedures, and provide a forum for discussion for any concerns that exist among the six Greek chapters.
Fraternities and Sororities Through membership in social fraternities and sororities, students often make lifelong friendships based upon mutual interests and experiences outside the classroom. These organizations have a strong commitment to organizing campus and community service projects in an effort to promote themselves and Southern New Hampshire University. Sororities: Kappa Delta Phi NAS, Phi Omega Psi, Phi Delta Beta Fraternities: Kappa Delta Phi, Phi Delta Psi, Phi Delta Theta
Published on Oct 19, 2009