SGA Student Organizations

Best Buddies

Advisor: Athletics Moderator Wendy Hoffman, ext. 5808
Best Buddies is an organization that strives to enhance the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment.

Diversity Club

The Diversity club is an organization that seeks to educate and promote the importance of diversity while supporting academic excellence and leadership. Members will organize community service projects as well as host forums and speakers of diverse backgrounds.

Entrepreneurial Action Us (ENACTUS)

We are a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.

Entrepreneurial - having the perspective to see an opportunity and the talent to create value from that opportunity;
Action - the willingness to do something and the commitment to see it through even when the outcome is not guaranteed;
Us - a group of people who see themselves connected in some important way; individuals that are part of a greater whole.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

FCA is open to all students and is centered around students strengthening each other. This group organizes speakers and events that will bring students closer together.

Gamma Beta Phi

Gamma Beta Phi is a national honor society that promotes scholarship, high intellectual standards, community service, and the integration of academic work with other phases of campus life. Students are invited to become members based on academic performance. An induction ceremony is held each semester for new members.

Kentucky Education Association Student Program (KEA-SP)

Advisor: Dr. Charles Roberts, ext. 5811
The main goals of the National and Kentucky Education Association-Student Program (NEA-SP and KEA-SP) are to develop an understanding in prospective educators, of the education profession. As well as to provide for a united student voice in matters affecting their profession, to influence the conditions under which prospective educators are prepared to advance the interests and the welfare of students preparing for a career in education, to promote and protect human and civil rights, and to stimulate the highest ideals of professional ethics, standards, and attitudes. As all education majors participate in field placements in local school classrooms and preschool centers, students must provide evidence of liability insurance for this purpose. If that evidence cannot be provided, education majors must join KEA-SP, which provides liability insurance for its members.

Midway Association of Nursing Students (MANS)

Advisor: Nancy O'Neill, ext. 5324
M.A.N.S. is a pre-professional organization of nursing students. The purposes of the organization are to provide support and encouragement for nursing students and to encourage participation in health-related events at the college. Membership is open to all nursing and pre-nursing students at Midway.

Midway Horsewomen's Association (MHA)

Advisor: Janice Holland, ext. 5363
Midway Horsewomen's Association is an organization that promotes interest in equine-related industries, recreational activities to both equine and non-equine students, and academic and social interaction between students and faculty. Full-time day students may become members of MHA through the initiation process. Initiations are held in the beginning of the fall semester and again in the spring semester as needed.

Psychology Club

The Psychology/Sociology Club is designed for psychology majors and minors, liberal studies psychology/sociology concentrators, sociology minors, and other students interested in the behavioral sciences. The club members organize a community service project each semester, participate in regional psychology and sociology conferences, and host speakers and informational meetings on behavioral sciences careers.

Student Athletics Board (SAB)

Advisor: Wendy Hoffman x5805
The Student Athletics Board represents all students regarding team and athletics issues, goals, and governance. Two representatives from each team are elected by team members to serve on the board. The representatives discuss support for campus events and student issues and action regarding MC athletics and facilities.

Tri-Beta/Science Club

Advisor: Bill McGowan, ext. 5371
Tri Beta/Science Club is a society for students dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.