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Academic Clubs

Allied Health Club

Dr. Danielle Satre (Advisor)
(770) 720-5596

"Reinhardt University Allied Health Club (RUAHC) is an organization for all Biology majors interested in pursuing a career in the medical, nursing, dental, physical therapy, and pharmaceutical fields. RUAHC contributes to the education of those students interested in the health care industry to provide for the highest quality health care."

Communication Club

Brian O'Loughlin (Advisor)

The purpose of the Communication Club is to promote awareness of the Reinhardt University Communication department and to provide a much needed venue to promote intelligent discourse about issues matter that communication majors (cultural studies, anthropology and other issues welcomed as well). The Communication Club is a social and educational group for Communication majors and those interested in fields within communication. Their mission is to expose Communication undergraduates to the professional, academic, and social aspects of the Communication field through networking opportunities, guest speakers, workshops, volunteer work, etc. The Communication Club is a valuable resource for students at the university. It provides students with the opportunity to learn more about the various careers within the Communication field. The club works to increase the cohesion between the students and the department. Since the field of Communications is so vast, the club is dedicated to helping students explore the many career paths through outreach programs such as trips to various companies and guest speakers.


Advisor: Bob Fain

Enactus is an international non-profit organization that works with leaders in business and higher education to mobilize university students to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders. Participating students form teams on their university campuses and apply business concepts to develop outreach projects that improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. An annual series of regional and national competitions provides a forum for teams to present the results of their projects, and to be evaluated by business leaders serving as judges. National champion teams advance to the prestigious Enactus World Cup. In addition to the community aspect of the program, Enactus’ leadership and career initiatives create meaningful opportunities for learning and exchange among the participants as well as the placement of students and alumni with companies in search of emerging talent.

Henry W. Grady Debating Society

SimonPeter Gomez (Advisor)
Jordan Mahan (President)

The mission of the Reinhardt University Debate Team to help foster academic and ethical development of students and to prepare them to become leaders in their professional and community lives. The team flourishes as a competitive, academic, co-curricular activity dedicated to the advancement of logic, argumentative skills, advocacy, creativity, and rhetorical excellence through intercollegiate debate. This enriching activity spans the growth of leadership, determination, hard work and effective communication. Further, this activity increases students' awareness and critical evaluation of current political, social, economic, and cultural issues.

Phi Beta Lambda

Advisor: Dr. Katherine Hyatt

Phi Beta Lambda is a co-ed professional business fraternity. Our fraternity is the collegiate version of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).

Math Club

President: Shawn-tel Lay
Advisor: Elizabeth Smith

The purpose of the mathematics club is the promotion of scholarly activity in mathematics among the students of Chaffey college. We intend to inspire keen interest in mathematics and to promote enjoyment of the subject throughout the college by participation in competitions

Mu Phi Epsilon

Advisor: Dr. Paula Thomas-Lee

Mu Phi Epsilon is a co-ed Professional Music Fraternity. With 50,000 members from all over the world, we offer great opportunities for networking and building professional relationships with other musicians. Founded on the ideals of advancement in music in the professional field along with the promotion of personal scholarship. Participates in many service projects throughout the campus and community. The fraternity's main objectives are to promote our musical goals and interests through outreach performances, provide scholarships for our members, and make a positive impact on our school and community. Develop an awareness that artistic gifts are to be shared. Promote high scholarship, musicianship and friendship through service. Provide opportunities for strong artistic and personal abilities. Membership in Mu Phi Epsilon at Reinhardt University is based upon scholarship, musicianship, and friendliness. Candidates must also meet GPA requirements and be working towards a music major, minor, or concentration. Furthermore, candidates must meet any other requirement set forth by Mu Phi Epsilon International Music Fraternity

Reinhardt Organization of Student Educators (ROSE)

Betty Miller (Advisor)
Assistant Professor of Education; Middle Grades and Special Education Program Coordinator
(770) 720-5657

An association allowing prospective educators to develop an understanding of the education profession and preparing students for careers in education. ROSE offers a number of service projects with area schools as well as professional development opportunities for the University’s education majors.

Social and Behavioral Science Club (SBS)

Dr. Donald Gregory (Advisor)
(770) 720-5978

The mission of the Social and Behavior Science Club is to advance the sciences of sociology and psychology at Reinhardt University. The SBS affords enthusiasts of the behavior sciences the opportunity to enhance their understanding and appreciation of the disciplines within those fields of study. Membership is based upon an enthusiasm for psychology, sociology, or other related fields of science.