Clubs and Organizations
Saint Vincent College is home to dozens of clubs and organizations. These groups provide even more networking opportunities. Those clubs and organizations of special interest to the McKenna School students are identified below.
College Democrats Club
The College Democrats goals include supporting and instilling the values of political education and activism, voter registration, leadership, and community service to members of the club, students, faculty, staff, and alumni. We want to encourage the democratic spirit into people so that they can better participate and be a part of the democratic process in the United States and Pennsylvania.
College Republican Club
The College Republicans promote the principles of the Republican Party among the students at Saint Vincent College, while aiding in the election of Republican candidates at all levels of government. They also try to help develop political skills and leadership abilities among Republican students as preparation for future service by them to the party and the community.
Delta Mu Delta, Theta Tau Chapter
National honor society for outstanding students in Business Administration.
Attends national conferences and lectures featuring leading economists.
The Finance Club exists to promote financial education at SVC, help manage virtual and real portfolios, take field trips to areas of financial prominence, and other activities conducive to financial markets.
Operational Excellence Club
The Operational Excellence Club was created to give students the opportunity to travel to different countries during Spring Break for an “alternative Spring Break,” to visit organizations and firms that implement OE processes. Every Spring Break, a group of SVC students completes a foreign business study tour.
Institute of Management Accountants
The world's leading organization dedicated to empowering management accounting and finance professionals to drive business performance.
Mock Team Trial
The Mock Trial Team is a nationally competitive student organization that engages in developing and delivering logical arguments in a “mock” court of law. At the beginning of each school year student members receive a court case prepared by the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA). With assistance from a faculty advisor, students begin to logically develop arguments for both the Plaintiff and Defense sides of the case. The team competes against other colleges and universities from around the country at highly competitive invitational tournaments held on various college campuses throughout the United States, culminating with a Regional Tournament in mid-February.
Omicron Delta Epsilon
National honor society for outstanding students in Economics.
Pi Sigma Alpha
National honor society for outstanding students in Politics.
Pizza and Politics Club
Discuss major political issues and implications for today's society and eat pizza.
SVC Law Society
The SVC Law Society focuses on introducing students to the idea of what Law School can do for them, whether or not they are interested in a legal profession and helping those students decide if Law School is the correct choice for them.
Women in Business (WIB)
Women in Business encourages members to network with professionals in their field, participate in community outreach programs, and prepare themselves for their personal and professional futures. Connect with Women in Business on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SVCWIB