The following list represents currently active student organizations at Hendrix College. Please be advised that some contact information may be outdated as Student Organizations transition to new officers. (Pending) indicates that an organization is still in the process of being officially recognized and eligible for funding through the student senate.
To find out more about any group, please contact Student Activities at email@example.com or 501-450-1291.
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Alpha Epsilon DeltaContact: Michelle HuynhAdvisor: Mark SutherlandDescription: Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health Preprofessional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in preprofessional health scholarship. Our Society welcomes all students engaged in the pursuit of a professional development, provides a forum for students with common interests, and extends a program of service to benefit the community.
American Chemical SocietyContact: Grant ZurcherAdvisor: Dr. CaroAmnesty InternationalContact: Elizabeth EvansAnimal Rights and Rescue (Pending)Contact: Hannah McCarthy
The Aonian (Literary Arts)Contact: Carl NapolitanoAdvisor: Tyrone JaegerConstitution:PDF Description: The Aonian is Hendrix's student run and student published annual literary magazine, publishing and awarding both visual arts and creative writing.
Arab Language and Culture ClubContact: Faisal AlnahhasAdvisor: Desh DeepakDescription: The Arab Language and Culture Club aims to raise cultural awareness amongst members of the Hendrix community. They aspire to teach the Arabic language to members of the organization while cultivating an understanding of the Arab culture as it pertains to the history and current events of the Middle East.
Asian Cultural Club Contact: Matthew TranAdvisor: Desh DeepakAsprining Engineers of TomorrowContact: Nick MaynardAdvisor:Athletes in ActionContact: Holyn Duyck and Mary Caroline RogersAdvisor: Kim PorterBadminton ClubContact: Quy PhamAdvisor:
Biochemistry/Molecular Biology ClubContact: John PenningtonAdvisor: Richard MurryDescription:The BCMB Club promotes the application of biochemistry and molecular biology by arranging lectures given by various current researchers in the field.
Bike RevolutionContact: Tejas SomanAdvisor: Britt MurphyBiological Society (HBS)Contact: Ginny MitchellAdvisor: Andrew SchurkoConstitution: PDF Description: Associated with the National Biological Honor Society Tri-Beta, this organization holds monthly meetings with speakers on biological topics membership to HBS is open to all students, and Tri-Beta membership is absed on GPA in biology classes.Best BuddiesContact: Leah SmithAdvisor: Leslie ZorwickDescription: Best Buddies seeks to create mutually enriching one-to-one friendships between people
with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and provide the opportunity
for people with IDD to be involved in our campus and community life.Buthman Historical Society (Pending)Contact: Emily Hardick and Ian GozaAdvisor: John Hancock
Campus Kitty CommitteeContact: Mark HickeyAdvisor: Dominique KelleybrewConstitution: PDFDescription: Campus Kitty has been a part of Hendrix College since 1949 as a non-profit organization that raises money for local charities. Campus Kitty plans and implements a week-long series of charity fundraising events geared toward the entire campus every spring. Campus Kitty Week is one of the most popular times of the year at Hendrix, and culminates in the most anticipated night of the year--the Miss Hendrix Pageant. In its first year, Campus Kitty raised $800 for the Conway community and has since continued to grow and help Conway charities meet their goals and needs by providing for the citizens of Conway. Last year, Campus Kitty raised more than $38,000 in money and goods, providing for 10 local charities.
Catholic Campus MinistryContact: Nick BaltzAdvisor: Gabe FerrerConstitution: PDFDescription: Open to all of those who are interested or members of the Catholic faith. We offer opportunities to learn and grown in the faith. Events include small group sessions focused around scripture and various events designed in conjunction with University of Central Arkansas CCM as well.Chess ClubContact: Connor Anderson
Climbing CoalitionContact: Betsy FritscheAdvisor: James DowDescription: The Climbing Coalition provides an environment for improvement in training, a social atmosphere committed to climbing and its related activities, a more efficient way to organize climbing trips and outings, and a positive and helpful environment to climbers of all skill levels, especially new climbers. Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation (C.A.S.E.)Contact: Jared LincolnAdvisor: Jim WiltgenCollege RepublicansContact: Katie DobbinsAdvisor: Lyle RupertCommittee On Gender and Sexuality (COGS)Contact: Marrisa LeeAdvisor: Jim WiltgenComic SocietyContact: Advisor: Jim Wiltgen
Competitive GamingContact: Advisor: Stanly RauhDescription: HCG is a group participating in Starcraft 2, League of Legends, Table top gaming, and fantasy card gaming. They compete as a part of the international Starleague as well as the Riot College League, participating in online and offline tournaments. Culinary ClubContact: John PenningtonAdvisor: Dawn HearneConstitution:PDF Description: The Culinary Club is a student-run organization that brings Hendrix foodies together to share their interest in cooking. Twice a month during Culinary Club's meetings, members prepare Saturday dinner together in the cafeteria's kitchen. The Culinary Club also caters various events, including The Red Brick Film Festival, Toga, and the Hays Memorial Scholars Dinner. Disability Awarness ClubContact: Sai TechawongthamAdvisor: Julia BrownDisc Golf ClubContact: Larry BringardAdvisor: Jim Wiltgen
Environmental Concerns Committee (ECC)Contact: Abby GatmaitanAdvisor: Joyce HardinConstitution:PDF Description: The Hendrix College Environmental Concerns Committee aims to serve as a campus advocate and teacher of environmental justice. We hold events and campaigns on campus that encourage studetns to think globally about their impact on the world, such as the weekly Free Store, the Earth Day celebration, glass recycling, dish check out program, Housing Unite Representatives, and much more! Have a suggestion for what the E.C.C. could be doing better? Tell us via email, on our website, on Facebook, or in person at our Thursday bi-weekly meetings!Filmmakers ClubContact: Advisor: Travis PeeplesConstitution:PDFDescription: The Hendrix Filmmakers is a student-run organization focused on giving Hendrix student the means to create their own independent films as well as educating them in the proper techniques of film making. Film SocietyContact: Adam ReeceAdvisor: Kristi McKimDescription: The Hendrix Film Society provides regular screenings of classic and contemporary films from around the world. We frequently host film series that explore particular themes (Spaghetti Westerns, Romance, Children in Cinema, Halloween Horror) but we also occasionally show individual films without an accompanying series. In addition, sometimes we host larger events -- a campus visit from a cinema scholar or filmmaker, group outings to Market Street cinema in Little Rock, and Oscar Parties -- but our main focus is providing an outlet on campus for students interested in harder-to-find films, world cinema, and cinephilic culture in general.Fishing ClubContact: Neal ParsonsAdvisor: Buck BuchananFrench ClubContact: Mackenzie ThealAdvisor: Cathy JellenikDescription: The French Club is dedicated to the cultivation of the whole person which includes a familiarity with foreign cultures. The French Club aims to help students to continue their growth as global citizens by increasing knowledge and enthusiasm regarding French and Francophone language and culture.
Friends of IndiaContact: Pratheepa Ravikumar & Aditya KatkeAdvisor: Bill Gorvine
Garden ClubContact: Elizabeth Soo and Cade NelsonAdvisor: Stella Capek Constitution: MSWordDescription: The Garden Club provides the students, staff, and people associated with Hendrix a place to grow and learn about food, as well as a place to interface with nature.
German ClubContact: Ben BorderAdvisor: Wayne OudekerkConstitution: MSWord /PDF Description: German Club organizes interesting and fun activities around campus (e.g. German Coffee hour, Oktoberfest, Fall of the Wall Day, a German Christman party, music/game/film events, Immersion Weekend, etc.) to promote awareness of and interest in the languages and cultures of the German-speaking world.Habitat for HumanityContact: Krys StetlerAdvisor: Wayne OudekerkConstitution: PDF Description: Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit, Christian organization founded upon the ideal of providing simple, affordable housing for low-income families regardless of race or relation. Members of Hendrix for Habitat volunteer and work alongside Habitat for humanity of Faulkner County and other non-profits in their aim for building decent shelter, both on a community basis and worldwide. The school year's worth of builds culminate in an annual spring break trip, in which a group of students travel to another area to volunteer for the week.Health and Kinesiology SocietyContact: Anastasia VentranoAdvisor: Danny HendersonHealth SquadContact: Bruce BakerAdvisor: Seibon Description: Hendrix Health Squad aims to promote healthy decisions through education and development of Hendrix students. They hope to address health issues related to college-aged students by increasing awareness to the student body and encouraging open dialogue about healthy choices.
Hillel - Jewish Student AssociaitonContact: Isabelle StainesAdvisor: Dorian StuberConstitution: MSWord / PDF Description: Hillel is a Jewish cultural organization, focused on providing a safe place for jews on campus to practice familiar traditions finding creative ways to share and educate our fellow students about Jewish Culture. Hillel hosts bi-monthly dinners, concerts, and holiday themed events throughout the school year. Hockey ClubContact: Ryan MurrayAdvisor: Rick MurrayInternational ClubContact: Claude ShyakaAdvisor: Gwen StockwellConstitution: PDF Description: International club's purpose is to broaden the Hendrix community's knowledge of other cultures and countries while also forming personal relationships with international students. KHDX 93.1 FMContact: Anna ConardAdvisor: Maureen McClung, Tonya HaleConstitution: MSWord / PDF Description: Hendrix' student run radio station KHDX provides an outlet for student radio DJs to broadcast as well as books music for select campus events. Mock TrialContact: Liz ForesterAdvisor: Jay BarthDescription: Mock Trial aims to provide students who have an interest in learning court procedure with an opportunity to perform and compete against other schools in mock trial competitions.
Multicultural Development Committee (MDC)Contact: Pratheepa RavikumarAdvisor: Desh Deepak Constitution: MSWord / PDF Description: The MDC plans programming to encourage intercultural dialogue and campus cohesion, while advocating for student organizations under the Multicultural and International Student Services office- like Students for Black Culture, Asian Cultures Club, UNITY, and more.Muslim Student AssociationContact: Shameera KhimaniAdvisor: Desh DeepakNeuroscience ClubContact: Victoria AmadiAdvisor: Rick MurrayNgoma African Students AssociationContact: Jackie NyamutambuAdvisor: Desh Deepack & Allison ShuttOperation SmileContact: Althea StoizerAdvisor: Leigh Lassiter-CountsOutdoor Club and Climbing CoalitionContact: Anna ShealsAdvisor: James DowConstitution:PDFDescription: The outdoor club strives to give students the opportunity to experience the outdoors in ways they never though they could. We provide trips, knowledge, and good company to places all over AR. Our trips range from canoeing to hiking. We are very open and inviting so please take some time to come experience the outdoors. Phi Beta LambdaContact: Brandy BrittonAdvisor: Karen FraserPhilosophical SocietyContact: Kaylee DavisAdvisor: James DowPi Mu Epsilon (Mathematics)Contact: Candyce SarringarAdvisor: David SutherlandDescription: Pi Mu Epsilon aims to bring math to the masses on Hendrix campus. Pre-Health ClubContact: Michelle HuynhAdvisor: Mark SutherlandPre-Law SocietyContact: Sean AlexanderAdvisor: Jay BarthDescription: This organization aims to serve as a medium to prepare Hendrix College Students to be competitive in the law school admissions process, create an awareness of the diversity of fields within the legal profession, and to foster and develop each student's individual interest within the profession. The Profile (Newspaper)Contact: Mary Katherine Barker and Casey HawkinsAdvisor: Jamie GroatConstitution: PDFDescription: The Profile exists for members of the Hendrix Community and the greater Central Arkansas community that are interested in news relating to Hendrix College. Psychology ClubContact: Anna GreenAdvisor: Jennifer PeszkaQUEST Contact: Ryan RoseAdvisor: Christy CokerRoosevelt InstituteContact: Chinag LalaAdvisor: Peter GessDescription: Roosevelt is a student policy organization that engages new generations in a unique form of progressive activism that empowers young people as leaders and promotes their ideas for change. Rowing ClubContact: Schylar FergusonAdvisor:She's The FirstContact: Pratheepa RavikumarAdvisor: Marjorie SwannSoccer ClubContact: Olivier KwizeraAdvisor: Social Committee (SOCO)Contact: Grace DeeringAdvisor: Tonya HaleConstitution: PDF Description: SoCo is responsible for hosting creative, social events on campus. These range from themed parties to recreational events and film screenings.
Sociology & Anthropology ClubContact: Rachel MoyerAdvisor: Stacey SchwartzkopfSociety of Physics StudentsContact: Advisor: Ann WrightDescription: The Society of Physics Students is a group meant for students interested in physics. In this group we have projects and activities as well as speakers. Students Advocating Gender Equality (SAGE)Contact: Bria GuthridgeAdvisor: Mary Anne SeibertConstitution: MSWordDescription: SAGE seeks to advance social, political, and economic equality for all genders; encourage healthy sexual decisions and decrease harmful sexual behavior; promote a healthy body image and body awareness; and provide a greater understanding of gender equality through open, healthy, and inclusive dialogue about issues relating to gender and sexuality and the education and development of an aware student body and community.Student CongressContacts: Nigel Halliday and John McAveyAdvisor: Mary Richardson
Students for Black Culture (SBC)Contact: Jasmine WatkinsAdvisor: Alice HinesConstitution:PDFDescription: The purpose of SBC shall be to create awareness and to stimulate an appreciation of African-Americans’ contributions to society. Two objectives of SBC is to increase the community’s awareness of and sensitivity to needs and concerns of African-Americans on the local and national levels, through speakers and events and promote unity and cooperative interaction between students and faculty/staff.
Students for Latin and Iberian Culture (SLIC)Contact: Dani Ramirez-AguilarAdvisor: Lilian Conteras-SilvaDescription: SLIC exists to promote and raise enthusiasm for Hispanic and Latin American contributions and their culture. Student Outreach Alternative Resources (SOAR)Contact: Farai MusaririAdvisor: Christy CokerStudent SenateContact: Petter ButlerAdvisor: Jim WiltgenConstitution and Bylaws: PDFDescription: The Hendrix College Student Senate is your student body government! We're here to help you make Hendrix into the best place it can possibly be. We fund campus events such as SoCo 54, Toga, DAO Week, and more. We find new programs and services just for you like TurboVote and The Unsung Hero Award. We help you voice your opinions to the administration and make sure they are heard, whether its regarding your residence, the environment, your safety, or a cool new idea you have. If you want to learn more about what we door get involved, swing by our website for more information! And remember -you've got a friend in Senate.Sword ClubContact: Sammi SergeantAdvisor: Andrea NewsomConstitution: PDFDescription: We seek to entertain both ourselves and others through a myriad of games and events featuring fake weapons made out of foam and duck tape. We meet Fridays in the Pecan Court at 3:30 every week, and we welcome anyone and everyone who wants to join us.Tea Education Association (TEA)Contact: Pete WillsAdvisor: Anne GoldbergTEDrixContact: Jessa ThurmanAdvisor: George HarperDescription: In order to expand TED's mission of getting "ideas worth spreading" to the world, TEDrix facilitates group discussions and reflections of TED Talks in monthly meetings and hosts live speakers at the TEDx events. The Troubadour (Yearbook)Contact: Elizabeth DraperAdvisor: Alice HinesConstitution: PDFDescription: The Troubadour releases an annual yearbook publication. It exists for members of the Hendrix community and for the general public as a record-book of the college's school year - covering the academic, athletic, and social dimensions of the college. Ultimate Frisbee (Women's and Men's)Contact: Josh HammonsAdvisors: Jennifer Dearolf Constitution: PDF Description: The Hendrix Ultimate Frisbee team has much to offer to all those who join. You will learn awesome frisbee skills, what it means to be a part of the coolest team, and how it feels to compete and improve team bonding. Whether you have never picked up a frisbee before or already know how to throw, all are welcome to soar with the Flying Squirrels. We practice three times a week and have occasional throw-a-rounds for anyone who wants to come. We desire your company greatly!Unicycle Club (Pending)Contact: Jacob IdecAdvisor: Duff CampbellUnionContact: Nathan WoodellAdvisor: Jim WiltgenUnity (Gay-Straight Alliance)Contact: Emma DailyAdvisor: Tonya HaleConstitution: MSWord / PDFDescription: Unity is Hendrix's organization for queer students and their allies. We focus on community building, activism, and education in equal parts. Unity has weekly meetings and several major (and majorly fun) events on campus every year.
Volunteer Action Committee Contact: Rachel Parmer and Jessica AmosAdvisor: J.J. WhitneyDescription: The Volunteer Action Committee (VAC) is a student-led organization that brings students, faculty, and staff together to serve the Conway community and beyond through volunteer initiatives and advocacy events. VAC holds weekly service projects, called Service Saturdays, in the Conway and Little Rock area, as well as larger events throughout the academic year. VAC also seeks to promote dialogue among Hendrix students, faculty, and staff through advocacy events. VAC meetings and events are open to the entire Hendrix campus - everyone can take action and be a part of VAC!Westphalian SocietyContact: Janie SanfordAdvisor: Daniel WhelanDescription: This student organization, Hendrix College Westphalian Society (HWS), is purposed with promoting international relations-related programs at Hendrix. Specifically, HWS complements the Model United Nations course-module. The Model UN program at Hendrix is well-known for its perennial success in receiving multiple “Best Delegation” awards at the American Model United Nations (AMUN) conference in Chicago. Beyond that, HWS implements international relations programming, not only at Hendrix, but also across the state of Arkansas. HWS has been effective in both giving back to the Hendrix community and also pairing resources with other groups and institutions. Co-curricular engagement is one of the hallmarks of a Hendrix education. As such, through the pairing of a student organization with a course model and conference-attendance, HWS seeks to embody the fulfillment of Hendrix’s engaged learning mission. Wrestling ClubContact: Vincent SabourinAdvisor: Clif WynnYoung DemocratsContact: Peter ButlerAdvisor: Jay Barth or Matt MoranConstitution: PDFDescription: This chapter serves to educate the students, faculty, and staff at Hendrix College about the issues that concern the Democratic Party. It aims to stimulate young men and women to gain an active interest in government affairs at the local, state, national, and international levels. It serves to promote the ideals of the Democratic Party and to help elect Democratic candidates.