Get Involved in Campus Life
The Department of Music and Theatre offers you several department-sponsored student organizations to help you gain leadership experience, volunteer in the community and network with professionals.
Interested in theater? The Fringe Theater group performs peer education programs for area schools and provides you a chance to delve deeper into the world of acting, writing and directing shows. Performing five major shows a year as well as various showcases and side projects, you’ll have ample opportunity to put your passion for theater into action from your freshman year forward on. For more information, contact the Fringe Theater’s faculty advisor, Ms. Tomme Lynne Williams (785) 628-4449.
While not a student organization, be sure not to miss the many ensemble opportunities you can take advantage - even as a freshman - of to hone your musicianship and gain performance experience.
Sigma Alpha Iota
Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI), a national women's music service fraternity, is open to all music students. Female students who enjoy the camaraderie of the Music Department will fit right in with the members of SAI. SAI members volunteer and host different activities that celebrate music. There is a Sigma Alpha Iota alumni chapter open to all local residents who were student members of Sigma Alpha Iota. For more information, contact Mr. Ben Cline or visit the organization’s official site.
National Association for Music Education
(NAfME) is a co-ed service organization for students interested in promoting music education. Participants enjoy volunteering indifferent music events, including a lock-in in for area high school students. For more information visit the organization’s official site.
In addition to these opportunities through the Department of Music and Theatre, there are hundreds of ways for you to get involved in clubs and organizations. And, if you can't find what you're looking for, you can start your own club! To discover the many different ways you might get engaged in campus life at FHSU, visit the Center for Student Involvement.