Academic

Alpha Lambda Delta

Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) is an honor society for students who have maintained a 3.5 or higher GPA and are in the top 20% of their class during the first year or term of higher education. Our mission is to "encourage superior academic achievement to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning, and to assist students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their unique roles in society."

Contact: Lillian Beardsley

Eta Sigma Phi

To serve as the Classical Studies Honors Organization of Dickinson College, and to promote interest in the study of the Ancient Classical World

Contact: Lucy McInerney

Geological Society

To promote general awareness and education on local geology and the geosciences as a scientific discipline.

Contact: Elizabeth Plascencia

Math and Computer Science Club

To act as a platform for the members of the Dickinson community to engage in activities related to mathematics and computer science.

Contact: Shitao Liu

Mock Trial

The Dickinson Mock Trial Team aims to educate students on the art of legal arguments, while building their skills of persuasion, public speaking, and critical thinking. The team competes with universities at a national level and exposes students to the courtroom and criminal and civil procedures. Attracting students with both legal and non-legal backgrounds and career pursuits, Dickinson Mock Trial emphasizes leadership and teamwork through the support of Dickinson professors, both of whom have training and experience in the legal profession.

Contact: Kirsten Dedrickson
Contact: Amy Fly

Pre Health Society

The Pre-Health Society is a student-led meeting for those sharing the same interests to meet and discuss careers in health care or to hear speakers talking about their careers.

Contact: Gloria Hwang

Psi Chi Psych Club

The Dickinson Psychology Club is for anyone, psych major or not, who is interested in psychology.

Contact: Sarah DiMuccio
Website: https://www.facebook.com/DsonPsychClub

Class Councils

Class of 2017

To plan first year class events.

Contact: Krysti Oschal

Class of 2018

The First-Year Class Council consists of the student representatives for the Class of 2018. We advocate for their needs, interests, and organize class events.

Contact: Ayesha Khokhar

Club Sports

Club Tennis

The Club Tennis program provides both competitive and recreational tennis for students. It is the opportunity to play tennis at the level, intensity, and commitment desired for each person. There are no cuts, and the student is able to bring whatever level of commitment they want. For students interested in a more competitive program, there will be tournaments to attend at other universities in the area. Through the USTA Tennis on Campus program, Club Tennis has the resource to host a tournament and attend tournaments.

Contact: Alan Karickhoff
Contact: Alan Karickhoff
Contact: Lily Roberts
Contact: Jessica Sykes

Cycling Club

The purpose of the Cycling Club is to promote all aspects of cycling and provide an opportunity for students to pursue their own personal goals within the sport; collegiate competition, lifetime fitness, or recreation. The Cycling Club welcomes cyclists of all levels and will assist with training plans, bicycle maintenance and organized rides. The Club strives to foster an environment for cycling education and appreciation, not simply the technical aspects of how to ride, but also the culture and satisfaction of cycling as a lifetime wellness hobby.

Contact: Thomas Shewell
Contact: Thomas Shewell

Dickinson Club Soccer

Dickinson Club Soccer is a club dedicated to allow students to continue playing soccer at a competitive level.

Contact: Ryan Parker
Contact: Ryan Parker
Website: http://dickinsonclubsoccer.webs.com/

Dickinson Ice Hockey

Our mission is to promote sportsmanship on and off the ice, to build a brother / sisterhood through playing hockey, and to play competitively while being a good representation of Dickinson College and the Dickinson community.

Contact: William Beuerlein
Contact: William Beuerlein

Dickinson Martial Arts Club

"Many arts, one spirit!" We focus on the use of different kinds of martial arts in self-defense, as well as improving our mental strength while maintaining a fun dynamic

Contact: Zijie Zhang
Website: http://www2.dickinson.edu/storg/karate/

Equestrian Club

The Equestrian Club is an organization whose purpose is to bring together college students with a love of horses to participate in activities like trail rides and intercollegiate competition in hunt seat equitation through the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA).

Contact: Katherine Rose Acocella
Website: http://blogs.dickinson.edu/equestrian/

Fencing Club

To instruct and further the practice and application of fencing at Dickinson College

Contact: Maxwell Lio
Contact: Maxwell Lio

Fitness Club

The purpose of the DCFC is to inspire fitness and wellness in the Dickinson student and administrative community through increasing functional fitness capacity.

Contact: Joshua Singer

Jive Turkeys

The Jive Turkeys are the club Ultimate Frisbee team here at Dickinson. We are an all-inclusive team, and our practices are open to the entire student body. We welcome players of all experience levels who want to try something new and play an active, rewarding sport. What makes our team special is that we are all friends off the field as well as on it. This makes a unique environment perfect for making new friends and competition. We are flexible about attendance, but we hold practice from 4:30-6:30, Monday through Thursday, and throughout the semester we will travel to roughly four weekend tournaments at other colleges. These competitive tournaments are at the heart of our club, and provide us with a great opportunity to meet other people in the Ultimate community!

Contact: Ryan Emery
Contact: Amber McGarvey

Men's Club Lacrosse

Dickinson College Men's Club Lacrosse teams purpose is to provide a team for men to play competitive lacrosse at a non varsity level.

Contact: John Feketie

Outing Club

The Outing Club uses the outdoors as a setting to encourage growth and responsibility in members of the Dickinson community.

Contact: Mackenze Burkhart
Website: http://blogs.dickinson.edu/outing-club/

Paintball Club

To promote teamwork and bridge the divides between classes of students by offering a new activity, thereby forming bonds with fellow Dickinsonians as well as encouraging physical fitness and athleticism.

Contact: James Abrahamsen
Contact: Marc Cavalier

Red Devils Cheerleading

Our mission is to cheer on Dickinson sports teams and promote school spirit!

Contact: Essence McDowell
Contact: Briana Williams

Ski and Snowboard Club

The mission of the ski and snowboard club is to ski and board a lot, have a lot of fun, and promote skiing and snowboarding to others as a great wintertime activities.

Contact: Zoe Crawford
Contact: Zoe Crawford
Contact: Madeleine Vouros

Sport Club Council

The purpose of the Sport Club Council is to provide recognized club sports the role to regulate the functions of the Dickinson College Sport Club program. The mission is to promote sportsmanship, leadership, competitive spirit, cooperation, and fun among recognized club sports. In addition, the council serves as a liaison between the Sport Clubs, Office of Intramurals and Recreation, Division of Student Development, and Dickinson College.

Contact: Brooke Watson
Contact: Brooke Watson
Website: http://www.dickinson.edu/info/20230/intramural_sports_and_recreation/1798/sport_clubs/2

Women's Club Lacrosse

Our goal is to offer a fun yet competitive lacrosse experience to women in the Dickinson community.

Contact: Bryn Nolan
Contact: Rebecca Winsor

Womens Club Soccer

For anyone who has interested in soccer or who has played soccer before and wants to continue to do so. We want to provide a space for people who love the sport and want to be a part of a team

Contact: Danette Moore
Website: http://dickinsonwomenclubsoccer.webs.com/