List of Student Organizations
Healthcare Christian Fellowship
Newly formed in the Fall of 2012, the purpose of Healthcare Christian Fellowship, as a ministry of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, is to establish and advance witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world. The group will meet for a monthly devotional on February 5th (Rm 3620), February 11th (Rm 3620), March 4th (Rm 7104), March 5th (Rm 3604), April 8th (Rm 3620), and April 9th (Rm 3620) at 11:50am-12:50pm.
Nursing Student Association
NSA is the student nursing association, providing opportunities for community involvement and professional networking.
Our primary focus is on four areas:
- Awareness – the concept that nurses play a major role in the health care environment.
- Community – providing opportunities for nursing students to become involved within the DFW communities through various events with outreach organizations.
- Education – after completion of nursing school, as a profession, nursing requires continuing education through formal courses to maintain nursing license, and the use of life/professional experiences to assist others.
- Service – supports the gift of giving one’s self through acts of compassion, charity, and service.
Spring 2013 meetings are scheduled for February 11th (7am), March 4th (7am), and April 22nd (7am) in Room 3620. For more information, contact President Lori Luke at firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Theta Epsilon
PTE is an honor society for OT students and alumni which promotes research and scholarship among OT students and contributes to the advancement of OT.
Requirements: Top 35% of OT class, GPA of 3.5 or more.
The purposes of Pi Theta Epsilon (PTE), as stated in the society's Constitution, are to:
- Recognize and encourage scholastic excellence of occupational therapy students
- Contribute to the advancement of the field of occupational therapy through scholarly activities, such as research development, continuing education, and information exchange between student and alumni members; and
- Provide a vehicle for students enrolled in accredited programs in Occupational Therapy to exchange information and to collaborate regarding scholarly activities.
Spring 2013 meetings are scheduled for 11am-12pm: January 16th, February 27th, April 3rd, and May 1st at noon in Room 3620. For more information, contact PTE President Jennifer Zmeskal or faculty advisor Noralyn Pickens.
Student Occupational Therapy Association
The purposes of SOTA are:
- To increase student involvement and provide opportunities for social, educational, community, leadership, innovation, and mentoring activities.
- To facilitate professional development and the advancement of the occupational therapy profession.
Members must be registered TWU students in the OT program and pay dues. Spring 2013 meetings are scheduled for 12pm-1pm: January 23rd, February 27th, April 3rd and May 1st in Room 3620. For more information, contact President Katie Springer or faculty advisor Debby Buckingham.
Student Physical Therapy Organization
The purpose of SPTO is to promote interest in physical therapy on this campus and in the community among members and non-members. Members must be registered TWU students accepted into the PT program and pay dues every semester. For more information, contact SPTO President Ashlea Poirot or faculty advisor Kathleen Leutdke-Hoffman.
UNITE is an intercultural student mentorship program, assisting students to be successful in their respective health-related programs, and foster an environment that supports and cultivates cultural competence. For more information, contact President David Rogers or faculty advisor Debby Nolan.
To know more about these organizations, please email email@example.com.
Student Organization Resources
Renewing an Organization Charter (link coming soon!)
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