Alpha Epsilon Kappa is the Cedar Crest chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the national community service fraternity. Students belonging to the fraternity spend at least 15 hours in the community each semester helping those in need. They also participate in fellowship activities, on and off-campus.
The Student Activities Board provides social, cultural and educational programs to the college community. The main goal of the board is to provide entertaining and enriching experiences for the entire Cedar Crest College community. Students involved with the board are provided many opportunities to develop leadership skills while initiating and programming events.
The FSSO will acquaint students with the field of forensic science. The group will bring speakers to the annual Cedar Crest College Forensic Science Symposium and plan other events on specific topics to interested students. Areas of special interest include opportunities for attendance at professional meetings, conferences and workshops and information on internships, graduate school and employment in the field.