forget to nurture your life beyond the classroom. Student organizations help
you make friends and get involved with your campus and your community. Some
organizations also give you the opportunity to network with other students
throughout the country who share your career goals. Becoming active in campus
life enriches your college experience and helps you develop leadership skills
Health and Human Performance department has four organizations that we sponsor
for the benefit of students like you.
Phi Epsilon Kappa-Delta Theta Chapter
The Delta Theta chapter of the Phi Epsilon Kappa
national honor society recognizes FHSU students pursuing careers in physical education, health, recreation,
dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine and sports
management. Through Phi Epsilon Kappa you will have the opportunity to
gain leadership skills through campus, community, and professional activities. Contact Dr. Duane Shepherd to get involved.
Athletic Training Club
The Athletic Training Club forms a band of
fellowship among athletic training students. This organization aims to motivate
current and potential students to strive for excellence in their program of
study and future career. Members
conduct fundraisers to assist their efforts to educate the student body about
athletic training, its components, and the responsibilities of the profession. For more information, contact the
Athletic Training Club sponsor, Brady Ternes.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian athletes presents an
opportunity for students to combine their faith with their interest in
athletics. This organization sponsors Fields of Faith, a national annual event
which presents the opportunity for FHSU students to worship and serve God in
partnership with the Hays community. All students interested in Christianity
are welcome, regardless of their participation in FHSU athletics. To get
involved with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, contact Dr. Jeff Burnett.
Shooting Sports Club
Our Shooting Sports club welcomes students and
faculty from any major who express an interest in shooting sports as a
recreational or a competitive activity. The club promotes responsible use and
ownership of firearms while attempting to further a spirit of community
service. Our members have received awards on a national level and even appeared
on ESPN-U. Contact Dr. Duane Shepherd for more information or visit the
Shooting Sports Web site .
often participate in Intramurals, a campus-wide organization that provides many
physical and social activities designed to meet the needs of the FHSU
community. In addition to paid positions, you can gain leadership experience by
serving as a part of Intramural Council or being an officer in Intramural club.
For more information, see the FHSU Intramurals Web site.
Cunningham Hall, HHP majors can become a part of many campus-wide
organizations, like Tigers in Service or the Student Government Association.
For more information about the organizations on the FHSU campus, contact Fort
Hays State University’s Center for Student Involvement.