The Marketing Associations mission is to expose students to practical application of marketing methods, network with industry professionals, and participate in service-based learning. Members are encouraged to enhance their ability to self promote in the ever-changing and rapidly diversified job market.
Each first year student is assigned to an upper class student who is trained to serve as a source of information, point of first contact and conduit to program and services. Peer Advisors coach students in the formation of the personal success plan and act as an advocate for student success. The personal success plan provides a framework for establishing specific, reasonable, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely goals for the first semester.
Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honor society for men and women which honors and encourages commendable academic achievement during the first year of college. Its purpose is to promote not only intelligent living, but also a high standard of integrity. It further encourages students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their unique roles in society.
NRHH is the premiere honorary supported by the leading international organization advocating for the interests and welfare of residence hall students, while also providing opportunities for their personal growth and development. NRHH strives to provide recognition for individuals who have contributed to the advancement of college and university housing.
The Management Association provides membership to students of all majors with the opportunity to gain further knowledge of the management field. The club sponsors a variety of activities including luncheons that offer the students a way to network with people already employed in the business field. The club sponsors various tours of companies and provides an opportunity to become acquainted with the business faculty on an informal basis.
RHA advocates for and promotes the interests and desires of resident students. Its goal is to establish official and meaningful connections between residents within the different residential facilities maintained by the University, as well as to offer students leadership opportunities at the University and at local, regional, and national levels.
C.A.R.E. is dedicated to learning about the Springfield community, engaging in thought-provoking service experiences, and making friends. With a variety of service projects every month, students will be able to choose and lead initiatives they are passionate about. C.A.R.E. is open to all students, and all service projects qualify to fulfill mandatory service hours.
CAB is one of the Student Senate's largest subcommittees and the main catalyst to University programming. Members plan and run a variety of programs including comedy acts, concert performances, entertainers, leisure trips, and recreational activities. CAB is also responsible for programming annual events that have turned into cherished campus traditions such as WNEPalooza, Family and Friends Weekend, Freak Week, and Spring Event.