*Unless otherwise indicated, the sites below were created and are maintained by Davidson students and/or their advisors, to whom questions regarding the sites should be directed.
Activity Tax Council (ATC)
The Activities Tax Council, as mandated by the Student Government Association, is responsible for allocation and supervising the use of student activity fees collected in the comprehensive tuition bill. The Council is comprised of a chairperson, vice-chairperson, the Coordinator of Student Activities, the Dean of Students, the SGA Treasurer and five members of the student body. The Activity Fee is intended for the direct benefit of students. Only those student organizations holding an SGA charter are eligible to receive these funds. For more information contact Alexa Stanley.
Student Admission Ambassador- Overnight Host Program
For more information, contact Justin Hua.
Adopt A Grandparent
Volunteers are paired with senior citizens in the Davidson community. They sponsor monthly programs that include movie nights, ice cream socials, and other engaging activities that encourage intergenerational community. For more information contact Valerie Slade.
All Girls Allowed
The group's mission is to raise awareness about and advocate for those affected by the One-Child Policy in China through linking with the non-profit organization All Girls Allowed. Members also raise funds to support women who seek refuge during pregnancy or who decide to raise their baby girls. For more information please contact Maggie Liang.
Alpha Epsilon Delta
The purpose of this society shall be: to encourage excellence in premedical scholarship, stimulate an appreciation in premedical education, promote cooperation and contacrs betweem premedical students, and educators, bring together similarly interested students, and to benefit health organizations, charities, and the community. For more information contact John David Ike.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
The purpose of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship amongst college women, to study and help alleviate problems concerning girls and women, to maintain a progressive interest in college life and to be of service to ALL mankind. For more information contact Nyelle Barley.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
The goal and purpose of The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is to develop leaders, promote brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities. As a body, we achieve this purpose by engaging the Davidson College community and the community at large in the form of community service and intellectual forums. For more information contact Damian White.
Volunteers participate in student-led service trips over the fall and spring breaks. In cooperation with service partners throughout the Southeast, students work on and learn about issues related to the environment, prison reform, homelessness, and housing. For more information please contact Gabriela Baldeon.
Americans Elect at Davidson College
The purpose of Americans Elect is to engage students in a new Internet-based presidential nomination process being organized by Americans Elect - a national, non-profit, and non-partisan organization. For more information contact Lincoln Davidson.
The mission of Amnest International at Davidson is to educate and spread awareness about human rights abuses around the world. It is the responsibility of students to be educated on these matters and then to try to remedy the situations. Amnesty International advocates for political prisoners and people who unjustly suffer around the world. For more information please contact Alexa Stanley.
Since 1998 Androgyny has been Davidson College's foremost (and only) co-ed a cappella group. Having released two CDs (Everything but the Piano in 2003 and The Acapocalypse in 2006), Androgyny is developing into one of the premier music groups on campus. Their mix of 80's jams, old time rock and roll, and the occasional country or pop hit energizes audiences, and has solidified Androgyny's place as a fan favorite. For more information contact Eliza Hadjis.
Ars Longa seeks to facilitate students of all academic disciplines in creating works of visual art and promoting visual arts events campus-wide. In recent years, Ars Longa has hosted renowned artists to campus, organized student photography exhibitions, held weekly figure-drawing classes, and offered off-campus ceramic workshops. The club also maintains the darkroom, located in the basement of Belk Visual Arts Center. For more information contact Elise Breda.
Asian Culture & Awareness Association (ACAA)
Is committed to promoting awareness within Davidson of the contributions of the Asian/Asian American population. ACAA strives to maintain a sense of unity among the Asian American students of Davidson College, while inviting all students, Asian and non-Asian, to explore and cultivate their interests in Asian and Asian American culture. For more information contact Eileen Klaiklung.
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