Activities & Clubs
|Members of Student Government during Harvest Fest.|
Want to be a part of Student Government? Need to enhance your computer skills? Think you’re funny and have what it takes to do improv? Whatever your interests, Palm Beach Atlantic University likely has the club you need to express them.
Student clubs are moderated through The Center for Campus Connections, located on the second floor of the Lassiter Student Center.
For more information, call Clayton Kolb, director, Center for Campus Connections at (561) 803-2661; or send an email.
Current PBA Student Clubs:
|A.L.I.C. members teach Salsa dancing during Salsa Fest -- a homemade salsa competition.|
A.L.I.C. (American Latino Intercultural Coalition): Celebrates Latino/Hispanic heritage and fellowships together under Christian principles; promoting the Hispanic culture on campus.
A.L.I.C.E (A Live Improv Comedy Experience): Promotes improvisational talents and humorous entertainment, and requires an audition.
Alpha Psi Omega (Theatre Honor Society): An honorary professional fraternity for those students who have excelled in theatre.
Ballroom Dance Club: Teaches students on campus how to Ballroom dance for a fee of only $5.
The Beacon: PBA's student-run campus newspaper.
Black Student Union: Discusses and celebrates African American culture and heritage.
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The Boarder Patrol: Supporting any board sport (surf, long, skim, wake, snow) with fellow PBA students and most importantly, for Christ to shine through us as we ride (board not required).
C.L.I.C.K.: Provides an organized venue for personal development for students with an interest in computers.
Club S.A.I.L.: Supports and promotes for PBA’s Basketball teams.
College Democrats: Sparks political initiatives in the campus community and promotes the ideals of the Democratic Party.
College Republicans: Supports the principles, objectives and platform of the Republican Party, and works for the election of all duly nominated Republican Party candidates. Provides an organized venue for personal development for students with an interest in computers.
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes): Meets together to fellowship and use sports illustrations to help make scripture more understandable and be a part of the athletic students.
Future Lawyers of America: Discuss law schools and create an understanding for students who wish to pursue a degree in law.
ILT (Impact Leadership Team): A freshman leadership organization providing opportunities for students to develop, explore and refine their leadership skills.
|Students enjoy a dinner featuring international cuisine.|
International Business Club: Brings international business students together and provides support for their colleagues.
Kappa Delta Epsilon (Education Honor Society): An honorary professional education fraternity that promotes education by fostering a spirit of fellowship, high scholastic standards and professional ideals among its members.
Kappa Phi Club: A women’s Christian service club.
Lamba Pi Eta (Communication Honor Society): The honor society of the National Communication Association.
Marine Biology Club: Promotes the conservation and education of marine environment.
Newman Club: Provides fellowship and understanding among Catholic students.
Nursing Student Association: Aids in the preparation of nursing students for the assumption of professional responsibilities.
PBA Praise: Introduces the style of contemporary gospel music through spirit-filled praise.
Phi Alpha Theta: History Honors Society.
Philosophy Club: Promotes meaningful dialogue that cultivates a love of wisdom and intellectual virtue.
Pi Sigma Alpha: Honorary Political Science Society.
|Members of the Science Club at Club Rush.|
Psychology Club: Provides avenues of communication for all students interested in psychological study campus.
Science Club: Enhances student’s knowledge of science through discussions, guest speakers, field trips and more.
SIFE: Rinker School of Business, Students In Free Enterprise club.
Sigma Alpha Omega: A girl’s fellowship club.
Sigma Beta Delta: Society for business majors.
Student Government: Coordinates and represents student interest and concerns in all areas of PBA life.
Students Veterans Group: A support group for student veterans.
Theta Alpha Kappa: The national honor society for Religious Studies and Theology whose purpose is to encourage, recognize and maintain excellence in these studies among students.
TWLOHA: To Write Love On Her Arms student chapter.
Transfer Club: A club for students who have transferred from another school to PBA.
Speaking of PBA...
“PBA offers a wide variety of clubs and activities for everyone to get involved in. There is literally something for everyone. My involvement on campus not only helped grow me as a student, but also as a leader and a person.”
Tyler Schlichter ’11, ministry leadership , Naples, Fla.