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Moravian College

Campus Life Organizations

(LIST LAST UPDATED JANUARY 2015 AND WILL BE UPDATED PERIODICALLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.)

NAMES OF ORGANIZATION ADVISORS AND STUDENT LEADERS ARE NOTED IN MOST CASES. 

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.


Moravian Activities Council (MAC)

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:  Dan Waller
Advisor: Janice Pigga


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

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: Angelo Fattore
Advisor: Janice Pigga