Below you'll find a list of our academic organizations and their mission statements. If you're interested in joining a group and can't find the contact, please e-mail email@example.com and we can connect you with the group of your choice!
The purpose of the Biology/ Pre-Health Club is to provide opportunities for biology and pre-health students to learn more about the field of biology and medicine. It also is a way for students to get more acquainted with the undergraduate opportunities in these fields.
The purpose of the Chemistry Club is to increase scientific literacy and interest in a fun and casual environment.
EC Literary Society
The purpose of EC Literary Society is to allow the opportunity for students to read works of classical literature in a non-academic group setting.
The Education Club aims to provide a space for future educators or anyone intrigued by education to discuss their future and how they are reaching those goals. We strive to serve our community by providing opportunities for local students and teachers to expand their learning and become increasingly invested in the world around them, while also doing all we can to create and serve programs that invest in children.
Emmanuel College Business Club
ECBC brings together students interested in business to discuss and relate business to the real world, while making it fun and relevant to student's lives.
Emmanuel College Communications Club
The purpose is to create an open for the discussion of media and culture, fostered by and innovative, creative, and honest exchange of ideas and opinions.
The purpose is to encourage and promote philosophical learning and discourse among the Emmanuel College community.
The mission of Psychology Club is to encourage a strong community interest in the field of psychology as well as the involvement of students in understanding the human mind-and the growing importance of mental health-in a fun interactive setting.
The mission of the club is to raise awareness through service and education. As well as educating about the three concentrations in sociology.