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Campus Life Organizations

(List last updated January 2014 and will be updated periodically throughout the year.)

Names of organization advisors and student leaders are noted in most cases. Changes to this directory can be sent to United Student Government.

These organizations enhance the student experience at Moravian College through the planning and implementation of student activities, representing student issues and concerns, and support various departmental activities at the College. These organizations provide a vital role for an active and engaging student life on campus.


IMPACT (Innovative Multicultural Programming for Campus Togetherness) is the student activities program board. Committee chairpersons program a wide variety of events that include comedians, trips to major cities, karaoke, films, lectures, mall excursions, the organizational fair, late-night activities, Family Day, Homecoming, the Mr. Moravian competition, and much more. Students may join the organization at any time.

President:  Devon James
Advisor: Sridevi Rao

Student Alumni Association (SAA)

The Student Alumni Association aims to unite Moravian students and alumni by building meaningful relationships with each other while supporting the legacy and mission of Moravian College. Members of SAA plan and attend social and networking events such as “Coffee and Connections: A Student Alumni Career Networking Event,” “Thank-a-Thon,” (an alumni donor recognition program) “Evening on Main Street,” (an exclusive downtown Bethlehem shopping event for Moravian alumni and SAA members) and other events that connect students with alumni such as Founder’s Day and Homecoming. Opportunities to build helpful relationships with Moravian alumni around the U.S. are a special component of this group.

President:  Samantha Salvati
Advisor:  Patricia Hanna

Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)

The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is composed of student-athlete representatives from each Moravian sports team. This component of the NCAA Champs/LifeSkills program promotes communication with the Athletics Department and reviews both conference and NCAA legislation. SAAC also organizes special campus and community-service events.

President:  Brian Boland
Advisors: Shelley Bauder

Twenty-Six Points

Twenty-Six Points is named for the points of the Moravian star, this group assists the Admissions Office by conducting campus tours for prospective students and their parents, attending college nights at area high schools, and helping with on-campus programs. Members serve as ambassadors of the College by assisting with public events, particularly those with an impact on new-student enrollment. All students are welcome to apply. Members are selected through a competitive interview process and chosen on the basis of academic performance, leadership, and involvement in College activities.

Advisor: Kim Baird

United Student Government

The United Student Government strives to create cohesion by providing advocacy and representation for undergraduates in particular, and the College community in general, and serves as the primary vehicle for the expression of the interests and concerns of the Moravian student body. Through USG, students may serve on the Legislative Branch, hold a position within the Executive Branch, participate in a College Governance Committee (which are responsible for crafting College policies), and may become a full, voting member of the College Board of Trustees. USG is also committed to sponsoring student-centered programs, including the annual concert and Prestigious Speaker events. Additionally, USG allocates the budgets to various student run clubs and organizations, such as The Comenian, Lacrosse Club, Equestrian Team, the Environmental Coalition, to name a few.

President:  Rebecca Eisenstein
Advisor: Dustin Abshire