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Ministry
Baptist Student Union
Christian Service Organization
Student Outreach Services
Student Outreach Network
John Freeman Mission Fellowship

Honors
Delta Psi Omega
Phi Theta Kappa
Alpha Chi
Omicron Delta Kappa
Pi Gamma Mu
Sigma Beta Delta

Arts and Music
College Chorale
Emmanuel Players
Emmanuel Singers
Instrumental Ensemble
United in Harmony
The Drama Club

Sports
Cheerleaders
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Kinesiology Club

Business
Students In Free Enterprise

Education
Round Table
Student Georgia Association of Educators
The Education Club

Other
The Communications Club
Friends for Life
International Students
The Lion's Tale
Psychology Students Yielded to Christ (PSYC)
Student Government Association (SGA)
Yearbook



The Baptist Student Union is a student led, Christ-centered organization for fellowship, mission projects (local and throughout the USA), social recreations, and retreats. An organization for one to give, grow, learn and serve.

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Cheerleaders are selected through tryouts held during Fall semester. They contribute to school spirit through leadership at intercollegiate basketball games.

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The Christian Service Organization (CSO) is composed of students who are committed to preparation for Christian education and the ministry as well as students enrolled in other curricula who wish to become involved in Christian service. The purposes of the group include extending the outreach of Emmanuel College to churches, communities, rest homes, and hospitals, promoting spiritual life on campus, and providing Christian fellowship among its members.

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The College Choir provides special music and concerts each year. Selections performed are from sacred, classical and popular tunes.

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Delta Psi Omega honors the achievements of drama students in the Emmanuel Players. Emmanuel College has held a charter for its chapter of Delta Psi Omega since 1968. Students must serve in the Emmanuel Players and meet certain qualifications before being pledged to this national drama fraternity.

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Emmanuel Players provides dramatic activities for the campus and is composed of students interested in acting, public speaking and technical aspects of drama such as lighting, costuming, makeup and directing. In addition to numerous productions on campus, the Players travel on several tours each year to churches and present ministry through the medium of drama. Emmanuel Singers provides opportunities for ministry for about 40 students who form a touring choir to represent the College.

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The Singers travel on several tours each year to churches and conferences, and membership is gained by audition during the first week of the Fall semester.

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The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) exists to promote spiritual development and opportunities for ministry to those interested in athletic activity.

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Friends for Life supports the pro-life movement in America and stands in opposition to the evil of abortion. The group actively promotes a scriptural sound program in churches, civic organizations and schools through audio-visual methods, as well as other means.

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Instrumental Ensemble is for students who exhibit a proficiency on any instrument especially those who have had experience in high school band, orchestra and ensembles. These students are invited to form the group which provides special music and concerts each year. Selections performed are from sacred, classical and popular tunes. Students must register for instrumental ensemble during registration activities each semester, and academic credit is earned for successful completion of all work.

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John Freeman Missions Fellowship (JFMF) is made up of students who are committed to keeping the missionary spirit alive on campus and elsewhere. The fellowship strives to develop an interest in and a knowledge of the missions effort, both at home and overseas. Campus Marshals is an honor group selected on the basis of good academic standing and desirable personality traits. Marshals are chosen each year in the spring by outgoing Marshals and the faculty. Composed of both men and women students, the group carries out numerous duties which include greeting guests, acting as guides for visiting groups and serving at special functions. They also return early in the fall to assist the incoming freshmen in their adjustment to College life. Pep Band adds a great deal to school spirit though its performances at home intercollegiate basketball games. Membership is gained through audition.

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Phi Theta Kappa, Upsilon Nu Chapter, was chartered at Emmanuel College in 1969. Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor fraternity for students enrolled in junior colleges across the nation. Its purpose is to recognize and encourage scholarship among the Freshman and Sophomore classes. Opportunities are provided for development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for the exchange of ideas, for lively fellowship for scholars and for the stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. This club also provides a tutorial service for those students who may need added academic support. To be eligible for membership, a student must maintain a 3.5 grade point average.

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Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) is an organization of students working together involved in educational projects that reinforce their instruction in economics, management, marketing, education, communications, and business. Approximately 20,000 college and university students worldwide are associated with SIFE. Visit SIFE Web Page.

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Student Outreach Network (SON) is composed of upperclassmen who have made commitments to pray for particular freshmen by name every day.

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Student Outreach Services (SOS) is committed to serving others through discipleship, evangelism, and mercy. The off-campus efforts of SOS members involve helping of the helpless, the hopeless, and the homeless in Northeast Georgia. On a regular basis, Emmanuel students minister to the physical needs of these hurting people.

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Student Georgia Association of Educators (SGAE) is for students who are either interested in, or are actively pursuing a career in education. These students are invited to join this organization. The purpose of the group is to provide information and support to its members in the field of education.

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The Round Table (Emmanuel College Literary Society) was organized in 1993 to foster literary discussion and convivial fellowship among students and faculty. Meetings involve a discussion of previously announced readings, including short stories, poetry, drama and essays, and the Round Table has sponsored such special activities such as to campus-wide book sales and public readings. Students as well as faculty members are invited join.

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United in Harmony is an organization open to all students which recognizes the beauty of our varying backgrounds and seeks to celebrate both our differences and our similarities in ethnic and cultural identity. In doing so, it works to give minority groups on Emmanuel's campus a means of expressing opinions on issues of concern, of celebrating uniqueness, and of making positive contributions to campus life.

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Alpha Chi is a co-educational society whose purpose is to promote academic excellence and exemplary character, as demonstrated through students in the top 10% of the Junior and Senior Class.

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The International Students Club provides international students opportunities to share together and assist one another with cultural, social and academic adjustments, while raising the overall cultural awareness on campus. Visit the International Students Club Home Page

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The Communications Club provides an outlet for the "creative" at Emmanuel College, incorporating activities ranging form the theater arts to advertising and debate.

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The Drama Club seeks to expose its members and the student body at large to all mediums of drama including: one-acts, plays, monologues, original works, and related talents.

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The Education Club seeks to promote mutual appreciation and friendliness among future teachers and attempts to inspire them to acquire vision and broaden their worldview.

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The Kinesiology club promotes physical education, physical wellness, recreational pursuits, and sports on all levels.

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The Lion's Tale is the student newspaper of Emmanuel College and it strives to be the informational voice of the campus as well as an instrument to stimulate involvement in student issues.

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Omicron Delta Kappa was Established in 1999 as a premier Leadership society that promotes leadership both on campus and in the community. Juniors and Seniors who are in the top one-third of their class and who exemplify servant leadership are inducted each Spring.

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Pi Gamma Mu is designed to foster excellence in the social sciences and to promote cooperation among them.

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Psychology Students Yielded to Christ (PSYC) purpose is to provide enrichment activities for interested students in the areas of research, professional development, and service to the campus and community.

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The Student Government Association (SGA) is primarily responsible for organizing and implementing student activities and for representing student interests to the administration and faculty.

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The Yearbook provides a composite view of the college and an accurate record of the events, organizations and activities of each school year.

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