Club & Greek

Club and Greek Announcements 10/19/11

default article imageThe Outdoors Club

The Outdoors Club will be taking part in The Big Event this weekend on Saturday, October 22.

We will be cleaning up Deal Lake in Asbury Park next to the 711.

Traditionally we bring a few kayaks and really collect a whole lot of trash and things should be just the same this year.

We will be meeting in the Student Center at 10:30 am where there will be free breakfast and a t-shirt for all participants.

If you have a car and are willing to drive others it would be greatly appreciated.

If you are interested in joining us please email me (Kyle Reinhardt) at

Accounting Society

Dear Monmouth University Staff and Students,

Professor Stives and the Accounting Society would like to invite you to join the Accounting Society on a trip to NYC Financial District.

When: Tuesday October 25 Last day to sign up is October 21.

f interested, please contact our Accounting Society President Scott Yontef at s0695011@ or complete Step four.

Note: The bus seats are limited and it is a first come first serve basis.

Also, you must complete a form on Kathleen Hardaker’s desk (Bey Hall room 118) and be sure to give her your emergency contact information.


Counseling Student Association

Monmouth University’s Counseling Student Association is a graduate student organization in which all Psychological Counseling students are automatically members of upon their admission into the program.

The CSA is committed to enhancing Psychological Counseling students’ academic, social, and professional experiences at the University by providing them with a myriad of on and off-campus opportunities such as trips, workshops, and guest speakers.

All events are related to mental health, wellness, and the occupational field of counseling.

Events are scheduled and hosted throughout the fall and spring semesters of the academic year.

Students are encouraged by Psychological Counseling faculty and CSA class officers to take advantage of all that this organization has to offer by participating in events and activities, and checking their student email daily for program information, updates, and announcements.

“As counseling students we honor the relationship as the most paramount piece of counseling. The relationship is the foundation of our therapeutic work as counselors and when interaction and learning experiences take place outside of the classroom a greater sense of camaraderie and cohesion is developed among students and professors. Relationships are formed and strengthened. This is perhaps one of the greatest rewards in actively participating in the Counseling Student Association for students and professors alike. “Erica Lee Burd, CSA President

Community Service Club

Hello everyone!

Are you an individual interested in helping the community and love doing what you can to make a difference in the lives of others?

Than you should join the Monmouth University Community Service Club and volunteer your time in soup kitchens, family shelters, walks for a cause, clean ups, and several other events through out the year.

Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, October 25 at 5:15 pm in room 202C located on the second floor of the Student Center.

Bring a friend and come see what we do as a club here at the University. Email or join our Facebook group to find out more about our service events coming up this week!

Social Work Society

The Social Work Society will be hosting the 7th annual teach-in on November 8 from 11:30 am to 7:00 pm in Anacon A and B.

The focus of the teach-in this year is on Speak Up, Speak Out Against Bullying, Hate Crimes and Violence.

All students, faculty and staff are invited to present on the topic.


SAA is sponsoring a birthday party celebration for our mascot, Shadow, in the dining hall on Tuesday, October 25 at 7:15 pm, the week of Homecoming.

In honor of the Homecoming theme this year the party will be Pirate themed.

There will also be birthday cake and giveaways.

We’d like to encourage everyone to come show their MU spirit and enjoy games, prizes, and cake, all in honor of Shadow’s birthday!

College Republicans

The College Republicans are looking for dedicated conservatives looking to make a difference in the future of politics of the 2012 presidential election and beyond.

If you are interested in a futre in NJ Republican politics, we are also a good source of networking.

Members have gone to work for the legislature, run for office, as well as work as a state coordinator for Huck PAC.

What are you waiting for? This is the future of America, OUR future.

Economics and Finance Club

The Economics and Finance Club will be meeting every Wednesday at 2:30 pm in Bey Hall Room 231.

Students can check out our website for further information as well as our calendar of events at