Campus Organizations

Life on campus offers you the chance to grow, and to be with other students with similar interests. From student government to arts to faith development, there is an organization for you at Andrew College.

If you don’t see a club or organization that interests you, at Andrew College, you can start your own club! One of the awesome opportunities that Andrew provides is the chance to be a leader and show initiative! There are several ways you can find the club or organization that is the right fit for you because you can help design it and make it your own!

All student organizations operate under the jurisdiction of the Student Development Committee. Some examples are below:

  • Andrew College Ambassadors
    The Ambassadors Program is a student organization that works with the Admission Office. These students assist with visitation days giving tours and providing a student forum for questions and answers. This group also serves throughout the year as hosts at various College events.

    The Spirit Squad is a student-led cheerleading organization. The Spirit Squad cheers at home basketball games and participates in student activities, college fundraisers, and student leadership. For additional information, contact the Office of Student Affairs.

    The Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) is a student-led organization sponsored by the Georgia Baptist Convention and local Baptist churches. The purpose of BCM is to promote the spiritual and religious life of students on campus and to provide activities for worship, discussion, Bible study, social life, witness, and ministry with other college students across the state. BCM is open to students of all faiths. For additional information, contact the Office of Student Affairs.

    The Disability Awareness Organization (DAO) promotes interpersonal relationships among and with people with disabilities. The purpose of the organization is to increase self-understanding and self-acceptance of individuals with disabilities. The organization provides opportunities for career exploration in the disability field and sponsors service learning. Membership is open to anyone in the Andrew College community. For additional information, contact the Focus Program.

    The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a student-guided organization, committed to influencing others through the power of Jesus Christ. At Andrew College, the FCA welcomes all students to join in fellowship and building relationships that will demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through integrity, service, teamwork, and excellence. For additional information, contact the Office of Student Affairs.

    The Andrew College Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity is an officially recognized part of Habitat for Humanity International and shares its goal of elimination of poverty housing worldwide. The chapter furthers this mission by raising awareness of the issue of poverty housing, raising funds to help end poverty housing, and participating in hands on building projects with other Habitat affiliates. All students are encouraged to participate in the Habitat Christian housing ministry and service oriented approach to improving the lives of others by working to end poverty housing. For additional information, contact AndrewServes.

    The International Club is an organization to foster and promote good will, "a home away from home," and a gathering place for students from other countries attending Andrew College. The Club is opened to all international and Andrew College students interested in international relations, foreign languages, and international cultural exchange. The organization meets bimonthly. For additional information, contact the Office of Student Affairs.

    Phi Beta Lambda provides students with opportunities to expand their business knowledge and promote the ideas of the free-market and freedom. It is the premier business education association preparing students for careers in business. For additional information, please contact the Office of Academic Affairs.

    Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is the international honor society of two-year college students who have attained high scholastic standing. To be eligible for membership, a student must achieve a high academic average and demonstrate exemplary citizenship. In order to retain membership, students must maintain at least a 3.0 overall grade point average. The purpose of PTK at Andrew College is to promote scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship among two-year college students. For additional information, contact Library Services.

    The Student Art League (SAL) is a student run organization related to the Visual Arts Department at Andrew College. The SAL organizes various fine art activities including: exhibitions of member’s artwork, museum visits, group critiques, and mural paintings in the surrounding area. The SAL is composed of mostly visual arts majors but is open to any student interested in the visual arts. The Andrew College Visual Arts Faculty sponsors the SAL. Officers are elected at the beginning of the spring semester for the following school year. For additional information, contact the Fine Arts Department.

    The Student Government Association (SGA) represents students in all aspects of student affairs. The SGA is comprised of Senators and Representatives with four sophomore students serving as the officers of the Executive Board. The Senate consists of three elected senators from each of the following divisions: sophomore women, sophomore men, freshman women, and freshman men. These students represent all Andrew students in the SGA in an official voting capacity. The Representative body is made up of representatives from each of the recognized campus organizations and/or special committees. Elections for executive board and sophomore senate positions are held during the fall semester. Elections for freshman positions are held early in the fall semester. SGA provides funding of student activities, coordinates the recycling program on the campus, maintains the food service committee, and serves as the official voice of students in the decision-making process of the College. The SGA president serves as a member of the Campus Planning Council along with one freshman senator. The SGA constitution can be found in the Andrew College Student Handbook. For additional information, contact the Director of Student Activities in the Office of Student Affairs.

    The mission of Teachers Affecting Generations (TAG) is to inform and inspire others in the career of teaching and to make a difference in the community by working with educators and students and their families to promote and model a positive attitude and environment for learning for future generations. For additional information, contact the Office of Academic Affairs.

    The main objective of Unity is to provide a venue for students to share ideas about cultural differences in a positive and comfortable setting thru team building, workshops, singing and dancing, and sharing information. The group is designed to promote positive relationships between the different racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds on the campus. For additional Information, contact Student Support Services.

Students have the opportunity to start a new organization on campus. Please refer to the Andrew College Student Handbook as to how this have the new organization recognized by the College.

For information about Clubs and Organizations at Andrew College, please contact the Student Life Office at 229-732-5949 or email