Student Organizations

Thaddeus Stevens College strongly supports student organizations that will contribute meaningful experiences for students to enhance their cultural, social, physical, and spiritual development. Such organizations shall be open to all members of the student body. They shall devise rules that will encourage participation of all interested students without requirements that might exclude any member of the student body. The Student Congress shall review and recommend such organizations. The director of student services shall assist formalization of these organizations.

American Design Drafting Association (ADDA)
This student chapter of the ADDA shall operate in accordance with the Articles on Student Chapter Activities as set forth in the ADDA Constitution and By-Laws. The purpose of this chapter shall be to disseminate technical information for improving the science of graphic communications and design, to initiate and encourage a continued program of education so as to provide self-improvement and progress through increased knowledge, and to foster a spirit of fellowship among its members.

American Institute of Architectural Students (AIAS)
Promotes excellence in architectural technology, training, and practice while advancing the science of architectural technology. Encourages comradeship, cooperation, and unity.

Boxing Club
An opportunity to get an excellent cardio workout. Open to anyone who wishes to learn boxing techniques.

Latino Scholars Alliance
A representative body of students of Hispanic origin, Latino Scholars Alliance is charged with the authority to provide a supportive social and academic network of peers. The organization celebrates the diverse cultures and heritages of Hispanic origin, and membership is open to the entire College community.

Outdoors Club
For students interested in the great outdoors—everything from archery to turkey calling.

Phi Theta Kappa
Invitation to join the Beta Nu Delta Chapter honor society is extended to full-time students maintaining a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Personal enrichment is gained through the organization’s four hallmarks of scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship.

Power Source
Dedicated to all aspects of the Christian lifestyle involving fellowship, prayer, Bible study, and outings.

Residence Hall Council
A representative body of students initiating and carrying out relevant policies concerning residence life for each residence hall.

Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Chapter S228
First-hand experiences linking theory and application with industry needs.

Student Congress
A representative body voicing student opinions concerning cultural and academic life and sharing proportionately in the development of College policy.

SkillsUSA
An enjoyable competition with students from other colleges that study in the same technical area.

Tech Phi Tech
Fraternity founded in 1986 to encourage and sponsor development of collegiate activities, community service, and scholarship.

Women in Tech and Trades
A blend of social and educational activities provided for women on campus. The club sponsors monthly group discussions on various issues of particular interest for women students.