Student Life and Resources
Student Life and Resources at Salem International University
Your college learning experience extends far beyond the classroom. You’ll learn life skills such as communication, group dynamics, leadership, time management, wellness and much more during your college career. A great way to experience all college life has to offer is to get involved in a student club, participate in a campus-wide service project or any other activity with the Student Life department.
Salem International University offers you opportunities for unique cultural experiences on campus and lots of time to have fun and enjoy campus life. You’ll make friends and create memories that will connect you to Salem International University in years to come!
Take a look at the organizations and clubs you can be a part of at Salem International University.
- Social Greeks
- Xi Rho Zeta National Sorority
- Lambda Zeta Theta Sorority
- Black Student Union
- Drama Club
- Thrill Seeker Club
- Campus Ministry
- Tiger Media Club
- Cheerleading Club
- Broadcasting Club
- Book Club
- Alpha Phi Omega National Co-ed Service Fraternity
- Sigma Alpha Pi / Society for Success & Leadership
- Gamma Beta Phi National Honors Society
Other opportunities for involvement include Student Government Association (SGA), Campus Activities Board (CAB), Green & White Newspaper and Residence Hall Council.
You can also get involved by attending the many events we hold for students such as bingo nights, movie nights, standup comedy, concerts, dances, game shows, casino nights and many more.
The events are open to students, faculty, staff and families.
While the faculty is here to guide you on educational and career preparation, there are many additional university staff members who make sure you’re successful in your college career. If you have any questions regarding student life, please contact the Dean of Students/Office of Student Development at (304) 326-1243 or (304) 326-1330.
In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, prospective and current students, parents, staff, faculty and employees can view the most recent 2014-2015 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report or a printed copy can be requested by contacting the Security Office by calling (304) 326-1481.
**This report conforms to the Clery Act and the Fire Safety Act.
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