Clubs & Organizations
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Check out all that Moravian Clubs have to offer.
- Arts & Music
- Business & Finance
- Campus Life
- Club Sports & Recreation
- Health Sciences
- Honor Societies
- Literature & Campus Communications
- Religious Life Organizations
- Service Organizations
- Social Justice
- Social Sciences
- Sciences & Mathematics
- Greek Life
Arts & Music
President: Jillian McLuhan
Advisor: Angela Fraleigh
The Art Club is dedicated to the appreciation, promotion, and creation of the visual arts through visits by artists, designers, photographers, curators and other arts professionals; visits to museums, galleries, and other sites; exhibitions of art at the H. Paty Eiffe Gallery in the HUB and on Hurd Campus; art workshops in a variety of media; and other opportunities. The art club meets regularly on South Campus to plan and discuss events.
Advisor: Dr. Neil Wetzel
The Moravian College Big Band performs jazz repertoire from a wide variety of eras and styles. The group performs each semester and has shared the stage with such guest artists as Stanley Turrentine, Ravi Coltrane, and Thelonious Monk Jr. Membership is by audition. There is a student director that assists in administering the group.
Director: Dr. Paula Zerkle
The Moravian Choir is a mixed vocal ensemble of 70-80 voices, which rehearses in Peter Hall on South Campus from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the academic year. The ensemble is featured at the Christmas Vespers services in December and presents a major work of the choral repertory with orchestra in April. The choir has toured the United States, the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia. Open to all students by audition. Ability to sightsing helpful but not required. LinC or elective credit available.
Advisor: Donald Speith
The Moravian College Community Orchestra is composed of students, faculty, staff, and community performers. The orchestra performs symphonic repertory from all periods. Membership is by audition. LinC or elective credit available. See the Music Department website for details.
Advisor: Melissa Rowbottom
The Moravian College Dance Company is an outlet for students to explore the artistic dimensions of modern dance, jazz, tap, and ballet. Students audition for the company in early September. During the fall semester, the dancers take two weekly technique classes, perform at Homecoming, and attend professional performances/workshops. In the spring semester, the emphasis is on choreography and rehearsal for the annual March concert.
President: Austin Lewis
Advisor: Yayoi Kato
Hound Sounds provides a safe and relaxed environment for people to share and play music with students.
Director: Dr. Carl Hess
The Moravian College Greyhound Marching Band performs at all home football games, the Homecoming Parade, and other fall parades and events. Band Camp is the week before the fall term. LinC or elective credit available.
President: Amy Flyte
Advisor: Carole Lutte
PCMEA works together to advocate for music education and provide service to the community through music. The organization strives to uphold the values of intentional community, by being positive, professional, personal, and respectful. PCMEA recognizes the importance and strengths of each individual and foster a safe community in which they can grow together as aspiring educators.
President: Zech Schweitzer
Advisor: Dr. Carl Hess
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is the world’s oldest and largest secret national fraternal society in music. For over a century, Sinfonians in nearly every field of study and professional endeavor have transformed music in America. The Object of this Fraternity shall be for the development of the best and truest fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students; the advancement of music in America and a loyalty to the Alma Mater.
President: Gabi Landi
Advisor: Dr. Mark Koscinski
Stitches is a knitting and crocheting club that strives to make a positive impact in the community. The group meets regularly to knit/crochet items, such as hats, scarves, and gloves, that are then donated to homeless shelters.
President: Caitlin O'Hanley
Advisor: Camille Murphy
Studio South is Moravian College's student-run in-house design studio. Students work with on-campus clients to create graphic design work, including logo design, posters, brochures, flyers and other printed material. Students gain valuable skills and experience, not to mention design work for their portfolios. Students also receive either work-study pay, or course credit, for being part of Studio South.
Company Manager: Corinne Philbin
Advisor/Artistic Director: Dr. Christopher Shorr
At Moravian, students learn theatre by doing it. The theatre company includes students with all levels of experience and a wide variety of academic interests. The Moravian College theatre company produces student and faculty directed productions in the Arena Theatre each year. For more information about the Theatre Company visit https://www.moravian.edu/theatre.
Director: Dr. Paula Zerkle
Vocalis is a small a cappella vocal ensemble of about 12-16 students that performs a wide range of musical styles—from the Renaissance to Contemporary to vocal jazz. Open to all students by audition. All participants must be a member of the Moravian Choir.
Director: Dr. Carl Hess
The Moravian College Wind Ensemble performs wind-band literature from all periods. The ensemble has toured the region, the Caribbean, the United Kingdom, and Germany. Membership is by audition. Meets in the spring semester only. LinC or elective credit available. See Music Department website for details.
Director: Dr. Eduardo Azzati
The Moravian College Women’s Chorus consists of 40-50 voices and rehearses 7:00-9:00 p.m. Tuesdays. Often tours with the Choir and Wind Ensemble. Open by audition. LinC or elective credit available.
Business & Finance
President: Alex Tursi
Advisor: Dr. Eva Leeds
The Amrhein Investment Club provides students with unique hands-on experience in managing a portfolio valued at over $1.4 million. Members are divided into four funds, each with specific objectives, and are responsible for evaluating current holdings, monitoring domestic and foreign markets, conducting extensive research, as well as organizing buy/sell presentations. Each year, students are invited to share the club's performance at trustee meetings as well as various alumni events. To provide even broader exposure, Amrhein sponsors trips to New York City, annual shareholder meetings, as well as other venues of interest.
President: Bridgette Reed
Advisor: Dr. Mahmoud Elhussini
The Moravian Business Leaders club exists to provide an environment whereby students interested in business and associated disciplines can engage in discovery and growth, both as individuals and as aspiring professionals. Information pertaining to the fields of economics and business is obtained through involvement in this organization, along with participation in activities and events to improve the health of the community at large.
Our mission is to prepare members for the requirements of business endeavors, while cultivating humanism, professionalism, and ethical behavior through the employment of rich instruction, valuable resources, and structured mentorship. Club affiliates strive to involve members of the Moravian campus, Moravian alumni, and local community partners through sponsored events where members can obtain working knowledge of businesses and their processes.
Past activities include: visiting Tiffany and Co. (hosted by Andy Hart, alumnus and member of Board of Trustees); touring Susquehanna Brewing Company, volunteering at the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs (where members worked with group sales and events, in addition to promotional departments to understand how a baseball game is managed and staged).
President: Gabriella Brandon
Advisor: Suzanne Moyer
The Commuter Student Associaton (CSA) helps commuter students form a stronger bond with the Moravian College community, serves as a liaison between commuter students and administration, and offers leadership development opportunities for commuter students.
President: Ian Luberti
Advisor: Dr. Katie Desiderio
The Hound Pack is a student-led fan club that aims to unify and engage the student body in athletic events while increasing school spirit across campus.
President: Evan Mengel
Advisor: Michelle Hanna
The mission of the Inter-fraternity Council, the governing body of the four fraternities, is to develop closer working relationships and coordination among the social fraternities and with the College as a whole. Additional purposes include:
- Promoting the interests of Moravian College.
- Planning unified and educational events to promote Greek life, including fraternity recruitment.
- Working collaboratively with Panhellenic Council.
- Discussing questions of mutual interest and present to recommendations the social fraternities.
President: Maci Kendrick
Advisor: Vivanna Samite
Moravian Activities Council (MAC) hosts a large variety of events, each designed to give students healthy, social opportunities to be involved in our community. Some of these events are meant to create and maintain traditions that bring the entire Moravian Community closer together, such as Fall Fest and Homecoming and other are meant to provide something to do as a study break!
President: Maci Kendrick
Advisor: Dr. Nicole Loyd
Omicron Delta Kappa membership is extended to juniors and seniors who have demonstrated high academic achievement, leadership in campus activities and organizations, and service to College and community. The Moravian College Circle of ODK also sponsors lectures and service projects and recognizes the academic achievement and leadership of Moravian students.
President: Bryn Wiragh
Advisor: Liz Yates
Panhellenic Council, the governing body of the four National Panhellenic Conference sororities, exists to develop and encourage sorority life while promoting positive relations among the chapters. The Council represents the ideals of Greek Life including friendship, leadership, scholarship, and service to the community and each other. Additional purposes include:
- Promoting high scholastic and social standards.
- Cooperating with the college administration in the maintenance of high social standards.
- Providing a forum for the discussion of question of interest in the college and fraternity world.
- Planning and coordinating all aspects of sorority recruitment.
- Furthering intellectual accomplishment and sound scholarship.
- Acting in accordance with National Panhellenic Conference rules, policies, and creed.
Advisor: Amanda Werner
The Moravian STARs promote a sense of pride in Moravian College in both students and alumni, and we have a lot of fun doing it!
Our purpose is to engage students with alumni in order to better understand Moravian College tradition and enhance their academic experience through meaningful events and programs. To foster a student's pride in Moravain College with the understanding that they are students for four years, but are Greyhounds for life.
Moravian STARs are Sophomore, Junior, and Senior members of the Moravian community who are actively involved on the college campus. They embody the Mission and Vision of the College at all times and are proud to represent the 6th oldest college in the nation and the first educate women.
President: Nadine Ewald
Advisor: Coach Kristen Gillis
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee is composed of student-athlete representatives from each Moravian sports team. This component of the NCAA promotes communication with the Athletics Department and reviews both conference and NCAA legislation. SAAC also organizes special campus and community-service events.
Advisor: Giulianna Young
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.
President: Matt Geary
Advisor: Dean Amy Saul
USG strives to represent the student body and the Moravian Community by addressing campus needs by facilitating student-centered programs, maintaining tradition, and serving as a liaison between students and administration. Get involved in student government by running in the annual fall elections. Learn more at www.moravian.edu/usg.
President: Bridgette Reed
TAB is a group that works to effectively improve the tutoring program for both the tutors and the students on Moravian's campus. This is done by working the tutoring coordinator in creating and facilitating drop in hours, programming professional development events for tutors, and holding de-stressor events for the college community.
Club Sports & Recreation
The Moravian College Equestrian Team is an organization for horse enthusiasts. It supports riding lessons and conducts other activities for its members. Club members compete as the Moravian College Equestrian Team in intercollegiate horse show events.
President: Matt Dignazio
Advisor: Greer Hockemeier
The Moravian College Rugby Club was founded in 1972 whose alumni members would go on to establish the Bethlehem Rugby Club. The new Moravian College Rugby Club was formed in the fall of 2013 where they won the EPRU Championship in their inaugural season! The Club has participated in both 7s and 15s competitions during the fall and spring seasons. Moravian College was admitted to the EPRU (Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union) as a recognized member in the fall of 2015. The Club has worked hard to compete at the local, regional and national levels. They won the Tier 2 division title in their first year and moved to Tier 1 in the fall of 2016 where they also took home the title.
As of the fall of 2017, the Club now competes in the MARC (Mid-Atlantic Rugby Conference). The newly formed NSCRO (National Small College Rugby Organization) Silver Division of MARC consists of 6 NSCRO teams that formerly competed in the EPRU.
The Moravian College Rugby Club is always accepting new members and no experience is necessary to play. Come be part of the fastest growing sport in the country!
President: Andrew Padilla
The eSports club team competes against other college teams throughout the region in the ECAC. Current teams include Overwatch, League of Legends, Smash Bros., and Fortnite.
President: Benjamin Wilder
Advisor: Dr. Brill
The Video Game club gathers weekly to participate in recreational video gaming and internal competition. The group plays a wide variety of games to meet the interests of all members.
President: Gabriella Greenhoward
Advisor: Dr. Jane Berger
The Black Student Union provides a social and cultural alternative, a conducive atmosphere for academic achievements and intellectual growth, and to enrich the entirety of Moravian College concerning the Black cultural experience. The group fosters ideals of high scholastic achievement, intellectual stimulation, and encourages the provision of social surroundings which will supplement the college activities of its members.
Advisor: Dr. Joanne McKeown
Promote enthusiasm about French and Francophone culture to those interested in learning more and to give an opportunity to practice French in a laid-back environment.
President: Shianne Reimer
Advisor: Dr. Axel Hildebrandt
The German Club enables students interested in German language and culture to learn about and participate in German-themed events and activities. The Club sponsors campus-wide films and events, a weekly Kaffeeklatsch at the HUB, a monthly Stammtisch (dinner) at a local restaurant, and annual trips to places like New York, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia. All interested students (whether German majors/minors or not) are encouraged to join!
President: Thulani Motekase
Advisor: Dr. Anize Appel
The International Club aims to promote awareness in international cultures. The International Club hopes to foster a friendly exchange of cultural ideas, practices, and traditions between students, staff, faculty, administrators, and members of the local community on the various cultures they represent. To provide a common ground of understanding between individuals of various ethnic origins at Moravian College, through social, cultural, and educational activities. Members of the International Club will develop deeper understanding of international concerns, while fostering education and awareness programs about global perspectives at the college and in the community. Conversely, the International Club will assist international students in gaining a better understanding of American culture and adjusting to life in the Moravian community.
President: Abigail Rodriguez
Advisor: Dr. Jane Berger
The Latino Student Union (LSU) serves as a resource mechanism to foster the social, political, cultural and intellectual development of Latino Students at Moravian College. LSU works to unite, educate, and empower Latino students through the celebration of culture and promotion of positivity, mentorship, purpose and awareness in all that we do. LSU strengthens the Latino Student body at Moravian and seeks to engage all students that are dedicated to the above stated mission.
President: Leila Youseff
Advisor: Mandy Gonzalez & Dr. Anize Appel
The Middle Eastern Club strengthens the unity of the Middle Eastern community on campus. The club serves to facilitate discussions and better educate other on the Middle Eastern culture to create a better campus environment.
President: Ahmad Alsakhaiui
Advisor: Dr. Anize Appel
The purpose of the Saudi Students’ Club (SSC) is to build a cultural bridge between the Saudi student population at Moravian College and the campus as well as the Lehigh Valley community. The club is for Saudi students and non-Saudi students at Moravian College; however, we consider people from all over the world to be members of the club. SSC members hope to create positive and meaningful exchanges between different community members through organizing, promoting, and supporting cultural and social activities every semester. One important goal of the SSC is to raise awareness of the Moravian College community about our unique Saudi Culture.
President: Bridgette Reed
Advisor: Franca Roibal Fernández
Spanish Club hosts numerous activities over the academic year that promote leadership, cooperation, and friendship through appreciation of Spanish and Latin American heritage, language, customs, art, music, and film. Activities include parties at the beginning and end of the year, food events like "Make Your Own Taco Night," and trips to Spanish or Latin American restaurants. Spanish club co-sponsors International Poetry night with other foreign language clubs as well as Spanish Table (Mesa de Español) with the Spanish department.
President: Janiya Punzalan
Advisor: Gloria Chibueze-Azinge
The mission of FroNation is to facilitate an environment where all hair types can be appreciated and loved so that people will never be ashamed to wear their natural hair, and so they know that other students on campus have their back.
President: Carla Ramos
The Pre-Health Professions Club informs those students interested in pursuing a career in the health professions with the following information: time line for their applications, choosing a health professions school or graduate program, financial assistance, careers in the health professions and other related topics. Furthermore, students in the club actively participate in community service events both on the campus and in the community.
President: Emma Standing
Advisor: Dr. Colleen Payton
The Moravian College Public Health Club provides students with opportunities to engage in health promotion through on campus activities and community service. The club aims to provide students with knowledge of current events in public health, professional development skills and resources, and experience serving the community. The public health club welcomes students of all majors to participate.
President: Jordyne Pfister
Advisor: Dr. John Mikovits
The Student Nurses Association is a professional organization that strives for health promotion, community service, and building a solid nursing community on the Moravian College Campus. SNA provides numerous opportunities for growth and leadership through our multitude of community service hours, the mentorship program, and sending members to the national and state nurses association's conventions. Some of our community service events include a Halloween party and clothing drive for New Bethany Ministries, March of Dimes, Relay for Life, Easter egg hunt, Miracle League special needs baseball team, and many more. Moravian College Student Nurses Association ultimately provides the nursing student with a magnitude of opportunities to grow as students and leaders.
President: Kate Arner
Advisor: Dr. Heilmayr
Our mission is to build a worldwide movement empowering the poor in their fight for equal access to healthcare, education, and a safe home.
President: Bryan Harvey
Advisor: Dr. Michael Fraboni
Pi Mu Epsilon is the National Mathematics Honor Society which promotes scholarly activity in mathematics among students. Membership is conferred in recognition of scholarly achievement in mathematics. The local chapter, Pennsylvania Omicron, sponsors the Moravian College Student Mathematics Conference, a regional meeting for undergraduates interested in mathematics and related fields.
Advisor: Dr. Belinda Waller-Peterson
Tri Iota is the Women's Studies Honor Society which promotes scholarly activity and exploration in Women's and Gender Studies. Tri Iota recognizes juniors and seniors who are actively pursuing a Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor while achieving academic excellence. The organization also plans events each March to celebrate Women's History Month.
President: Dr. Paulette Dorney
Advisor: Dr. Janice Farber
Our chapter's stated purpose is: To recognize superior achievement; to develop professional leadership qualities; to foster high professional standards and encourage creative work and to strengthen commitment to the ideals and purposes of nursing. We do this by offering programs, service projects and events for our members and the college community.
President: Kathleen Mayer
Advisor: Dr. Christopher Jones & Dr. Kara Mosovsky
Beta Beta Beta is dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of biology and biological research. Biologists with a range of interests and expertise are invited to speak at meetings, giving members the opportunity to learn about real-world research problems.
President: Katelyn Snyder
Advisor: Dr. Heikki Lempa & Dr. Jamie Paxton
Phi Alpha Theta recognizes students who have done superior work in the study of history. Candidates must have achieved a designated overall GPA as well as a designated minimum average or better in at least three history courses. Activities include both academic and social functions.
President: Gabriella Nasta
Advisor: Dr. Michelle Schmidt
Psi Chi, The National Psychology Honor Society, promotes, stimulates, and maintains scholarship in the field of psychology. Student members—psychology majors and others with high academic achievement in the discipline of psychology—are encouraged to participate in annual research conferences, guest-speaker events, and service projects, and to contribute to the chapter’s biennial newsletter.
Phi Eta Sigma is a National Honors Society which offers membership to freshman students who demonstrate excellence in their first semester by achieving either a 3.5 GPA or the top 20% of their class. The objectives of the society include recognizing students for their scholastic achievement, encouraging campus involvement, working together in service for others, and providing students with scholarship opportunities on a national level. Some examples of events Phi Eta Sigma holds includes participating in campus activities, service events such as making cards for patients in hospitals during the holidays, and induction ceremonies.
President: Shun Yang
Advisor: Dr. Eva Leeds
Omicron Delta Epsilon, the National Honor Society for Economics and Business, recognizes outstanding scholastic achievement and promotes closer ties between students and faculty. The group also sponsors service activities for students interested in economics and business.
President: Ciarra Hurley
Advisor: Dr. Paula Zerkle
The Delta Omicron Gamma Pi chapter is open to all music majors and minors with a minimum grade-point average of 3.00 in their music courses and a 2.0 overall GPA. Activities include two musical performances per year as well as academic and service functions. Group provides many leadership opportunities.
Literature & Campus Communications
Editors: Gabby Scherff, Tolu Adebayo
Advisor: Vivianna Samite
The Benigna Staff works diligently each year to design the College yearbook. Students interested in journalism, photography, and design are encouraged to join. New members are always welcome.
President: Elizabeth Horn
Advisor: Dr. Mark Harris
The Comenian is the student newspaper and is produced by the student editorial staff and staff writers. It offers the students a valuable experience in news writing, copy editing, layout, design and photography.
Editor: Lauren Balbierer
Advisor: Dr. Fodrey
The Manuscript is the literary magazine on campus. All students are invited to submit the following types of work for review by the editorial board: personal essays, poetry, short stories, photography, drawing, painting, graphic design and music compositions (MP3s and/or lyrics).
Presidents: Emily Sangirardi
Advisor: Dr. Joel Nathan Rosen
MoCo Radio is Moravian College’s radio station and the voice of Moravian College. Our purpose is to maintain a means of communication on the campus; to inform, as well as entertain the student body; to enable students to learn the operations of a radio station; and to give students hands-on experience in communication skills.
President: Lauren Balbierer
Advisor: Dr. Theresa Dougal
The Zinzendorf Society creates experiences in writing and literature for the campus community, sponsors creative-writing workshops and poetry readings, and field trips of literary interest to area festivals and museums.
Religious Life Organizations
President: Morgan Weaver
Advisor: Coach Shelley Bauder
To lead all athletes and coaches into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.
President: Sara Yitzchaki
Advisor: Dr. Jason Radine
The Hillel Society provides a Jewish community within Moravian College, and shares Jewish heritage and traditions with the Moravian College community. Moravian’s Hillel has a partnership with B’rith Sholom synagogue in Bethlehem, whose rabbi, Rabbi Allen Juda, serves as the College’s Jewish Chaplain. All are welcome to join in the celebration of Jewish holidays, and to attend Hillel events as they occur throughout the year.
President: Mikayla Jucewicz
Advisor: Reverend Jennika Borger
The Moravian College Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational group that gathers for spiritual formation opportunities, worship, and fellowship. Small groups of students (Trilogy Groups) meet weekly in the residence halls for Bible exploration and faith renewal. MCCF has a special-interest house on campus for fellowship and programming.
President: Kurtis Reif
Advisor: Reverend Jennika Borger
Student Christian Community is a group open to everyone at Moravian College. We are affiliated with Reformed University Fellowship, the college ministry arm of the Presbyterian Church in America. Our desire is for both the believer and the skeptic to say of our community, "Where have I ever been loved like this?" We are not there yet, but that is what we are working towards.
Advisor: Julie Huber
America Reads is a federal work study approved program of academic tutoring. College students are placed in local elementary schools and community organizations to enhance their after school enrichment programs.
This is a regular commitment, scheduled one or more days a week. Transportation is not provided, although carpools may be arranged and some programs are located within walking distance of the college. Current criminal and child abuse clearances are required.
Applications and clearance forms are available in the Center for Career and Civic Engagement.
President: Pearl Rudy
Advisor: Gillian Sharkey
Habitat for Humanity The College Chapter of Habitat for Humanity is open to all students interested in opportunities to build Habitat homes locally and/or away from campus during spring break. Fundraising for Habitat and awareness and advocacy related to affordable housing issues are also important functions of this service organization.
President: Lauren Hildwein
The Environmental Coalition recognizes that "sustainability" is multifaceted-- it means living in a way that protects and enriches the environment and your community and also contributes to a stable economy. ECO seeks to make students aware of the most pressing sustainability issues and through programming empower them to make change.
President: Alexa Reinhold
Advisor: Gillian Sharkey
The purpose of our sorority is "to assemble college and university students in the spirit of service to humanity and to develop friendship among students of all races and creeds."* Our sorority, which is open to all Moravian men and women, strives to serve the college, local, and global communities. Through both service and social events, we develop life-long friendships among our tight-knit group of sisters and brothers. In addition to these opportunities, the sorority also offers many leadership opportunities.
President: Liz Biava
Advisor: Dr. Katie Desiderio
The Moravian Love Your Melon campus crew strives to spread the awareness of pediatric cancer through a high level of community engagement. Together we will work to make a difference in each child's life who is battling the fight with cancer.
President: Micaela Posh
Advisor: Dr. Michelle Schmidt
Club description coming soon..
President: Emma Hutchman
Advisor: Dr. Stacey Zaremba
The Moravian College AAUW Student Affiliate Group was established for the purposes of educating the Moravian College and Bethlehem communities on women's issues, providing resources for community women in matters of education, leadership, safety, equality, and diversity, providing opportunities for growth and development to community women, and connecting community women with a profound responsibility to advocate for equality to protect future generations of women. We openly admit students to our membership and do not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, creed, national origin, or sexual orientation.
President: Cailyn Reinhard
Advisor: Dr. Pam Adamshick
The American Cancer Society Colleges Against Cancer is a nationwide partnership of college students, staff, and faculty dedicated to raising awareness by supporting programs instilled by the American Cancer Society. Each Spring Colleges Against Cancer hosts their Annual Relay for Life event.
President: Miles Molerio
Advisor: Dr. Jane Berger
Spectrum strives to ensure that people of all sexual orientations and gender identities feel heard, valued and respected while creating a community at Moravian College where all people feel safe and encouraged to express their authentic selves. Spectrum aims to educate the community on LGBTQ+ issues and engage in outreach and activism within the community.
President: Erica Heaney
Advisor: Leah Breisch/Rosemarie Williams
The representatives of Hounds Against Sexual Assault (HASA) set the mission in order to: Dispel myths about sexual violence on college campuses; inform the greater college community about services that are provided in cases of sexual violence or discrimination; help students comprehend consent.
President: Nicholas Bergsma
Advisor: Dr. Sandy Bardsley
The History Club is for all students, not just history majors or minors, interested in the uses and facets of history and the historian’s craft. The club sponsors luncheons, lectures, movies, trips, and displays around campus.
President: Robert Falatyn
Advisor: Dr. Arash Naragi
The Philosophy Club meets weekly throughout fall and spring semesters to explore different philosophical issues and topics in a friendly academic environment. Weekly paper presentations and directed discussions encourage students and faculty to develop their own ideas about the world around them and how philosophy can be applied to their lives. Additionally, the club hosts the Lehigh Valley Undergraduate Philosophy Conference as part of their effort to show the community the benefits of philosophy beyond the Ivory Tower. Above all, the Philosophy Club’s purpose is to show people that philosophy is not just an aloof and prudish discipline but an engaging aspect of intellectual culture in everyday life.
President: Eyliena Baker
Advisor: Dr. Debra Wetcher-Hendricks
The Pre-Law and Sociology club promotes law, sociology, and social justice interests and awareness among the student body. The group works to provide educational opportunities to members as well as supplement course content for students with interests in these career fields. We also provide connections to sociologists, lawyers, and professions involving social and criminal justice.
President: Tevo'n Campbell
Advisor: Sarah Johnson
Description coming soon.
Sciences & Mathematics
President: Cole Carey
Advisor: Dr. Alison Holiday
The American Chemical Society is the student affiliate of the national society. The organization is responsible for arranging both guest and student lectures on campus, providing weekly peer tutoring, and organizing visits to local chemical industries in the surrounding region. Strong involvement with the local Lehigh Valley ACS section is encouraged to aid undergraduates in networking and other professional skills.
President: Maggie Jones
Advisor: Dr. Cecilia Fox
BRAIN is an initiative for raising awareness about neurological issues, creating an understanding in neuroscience topics, participating in educational neuroscience initiatives for children, as well as engaging in interesting activities that promote the brain and neuroscience in general. Welcome to all students of all majors, especially those interested in neuroscience and psychology.
President: William Brandes
Advisor: Jeff Bush
The mission of the MC3 is to create a close-knit, productive, and educational
group of Computer Science majors, minors, and instructors, as well as those interested in coding, computers or topics relating to computing machinery.
President: Emily Bolger
Advisor: Dr. Curley & Dr. Talbott
The Moravian Mathematical Society is the student chapter of the Mathematical Association of America. Activities enrich the mathematical experience at Moravian, provide information on careers in mathematics, and build community among students with lectures by guest speakers, presentations by students and faculty, problem contests, games, and trips. Open to all students with an interest in mathematics.
President: Bryan Kelly
Advisor: Dr. Ruth Malenda
The Society of Physics Students at Moravian College strives to promote an interest in the physical sciences by engaging the student body of Moravian College, as well as the local community. SPS sponsors Pizza Lectures, Keynote Speakers, and their annual Science Day outreach for high school students interested in mathematics and science. Members of SPS receive a subscription to Physics Today, and are eligible to be inducted into the National Physics Honor Society, Sigma Pi Sigma.
President: Kaitlyn Nemes
Advisor: Dr. Ruth Malenda
WISE promotes and provides opportunities in the STEM field for women. Every year our club hosts an event called Science Day for Girl Scouts where troops from the Lehigh Valley come and participate in a variety of science related activities in order to instill a love of science among young women. Anyone who is interested in promoting women in the STEM field is welcome to join!
Want to go Greek? You can join one of four fraternities and four sororities here on campus. Check the list below, and click here to learn more about Greek Life at Moravian College.