Listed below are student organizations a political science and/or public administration major may be interested in:
Habitat for Humanity
The mission of the organization is to enable members of the East Stroudsburg University community to develop local and global communities with people in need by building and renovating houses in partnership with the Monroe County local affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International.
Political Science Club
This club offers the students opportunities to see government in action as well as promote interest in various political issues. Students in the club hold voter registration drives, bring speakers to campus and travel to see government in action. In the 2016 election, students participated in both the Democratic and Republic Conventions and attended the Trump Inauguration. For more information, contact Dr. Kimberly Adams at (570) 422-3924.
The mission of this organization is to provide students with opportunities to work on campaigns and to provide students internships at the state and federal level. The club also hosts speakers, movies and debates. The organization works closely with the College Democrats to promote civil debate on political issues. For more information, contact Dr. Chris Brooks at (570) 422-3913.
The mission of this organization is to provide students with opportunities to work on campaigns and to provide students internships at the state and federal level. The club also hosts speakers, movies and debates. The organization works closely with the College Republicans to promote civil debate on political issues. For more information, contact Dr. Adam McGlynn at (570) 422-3271 or Professor Cynthia Hamill at (570) 422-3803.
Honors Student Organization
The purpose of the Honor's Student Association is to provide educational and fun events to bring together the students of the University's Honors program. We bring speakers to campus, support students in attending conferences, involve Honor's students in leadership, and to plan campus events. Membership is open to the entire ESU Community. For more information, contact Dr. Kenneth Mash or Dr. Peter Pruim, advisers, (570) 422-3747
Phi Sigma Pi (National Honor Fraternity)
Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity is a co-educational fraternity open to undergraduate students. Our purpose is to bring together some of the brightest and most motivated students on campus and work together in a spirit of excellence to encourage three ideals: The acquisition and dissemination of information and knowledge through scholarship; The application of professional skills and the fostering of leadership qualities by promoting and advancing the welfare of humanity; The fostering of non-discriminatory, fraternal fellowship within our ranks. Dr. William Loffredo, adviser, (570) 422-3215 or go to the Phi Sigma Pi site.
Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science)
This is the national political science honor society. Membership is open to political science undergraduate majors and minors, who have completed at least twelve credit hours in political science courses and have a 3.5 GPA in the major. Membership is open to political science and public administration graduate students who have completed nine credit hours of graduate course work and have a 3.5 GPA. For additional information please contact Dr. Ko Mishima, adviser, (570) 422-3248 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Society of Leadership and Success
The Society for Leadership and Success is part of a nationwide community that dramatically improves one's ability to successfully attain personal goals and outcomes while strengthening leadership skills and abilities. The Society guides individuals through the process of identifying and committing to focused and dedicated actions that lead to their personal success. Society members participate in a variety of programs and small group activities to help guide their development.