HPLS Student Organizations

Phi Epsilon Kappa Organizational ShieldPhi Epsilon Kappa (ΦΕΚ) National Honors Fraternity

PEK is a national professional fraternity for persons engages in or pursuing careers in physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, sport medicine and sport management. Membership is open to person interested in the purposes of the Fraternity and in providing time and energy for the benefit of theses areas.

Members of the Eta Delta chapter at North Carolina A&T State University are involved in research with faculty, community service and academic support for fellow students as tutors.

Advisor: Dr. Jerono Rotich, 336-334-3552, jprotich@ncat.edu

Sport Science Majors Club Pulse 72 logoSport Science Majors Club (Pulse 72)

The Sport Science Majors Club a.k.a Pulse 72 is a student organization housed in the Department of Human Performance and Leisure Studies which is open to all Sport Science and Fitness Management majors with a minimum GPA of 2.3. Members of the organization are afforded opportunities for academic enrichment and social interaction. Members are also involved in community service and campus activities. The major goal of the organization is for students to engage in learning more about their academic and social interest as well as be able to gain experiences that will facilitate success according their chosen career path.

APPLICATION: Click Here

Dues 2013-2014: $12 per semester or $20 academic year

Advisor: Dr. Dwedor Ford, 336-285-3548, dwford1@ncat.edu

2012-2013 Executive Board: President - Janielle Edge; V.P. - Kayla Dozier; Secretary - Angelica Smith; Treasurer - Anthony Fitzhugh; Marketing Director - Briana McClure; Events Director - Ashley Dreher; Mr. Pulse 72 - Michael Ladson; and Miss Pulse 72 - Jordan Waller

Facilitating Interpersonal Transformation (F.I.T.) Living Learning Community (LLC)

Advisor: Dr. Dwedor Ford, 336-285-3548,dwford1@ncat.edu

Campus Contacts:
Program Contact: Sharon Hoard (336) 334-7792

The F.I.T. LLC provides a structured academic, social, and professional experience for first and second year Sport Science and Fitness Management (SSFM) students as a means for them to examine exercise science and/or related disciplines leadership models, develop a practical understanding of sport organizational administrative functioning, and to participate in collaboratively planned leisure activities.

If you are interested and would like to apply for the 2013-2014 academic year, please click here for the application. Selected students will be notified of selection between May and July 2013. Early move-in date for these students is August 15, 2013.

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