Student organizations are an integral part of campus life at Point. Students are encouraged to participate in the organizations that best meet their interests and schedules. The organizations listed below provide all members of the campus community with the opportunity to develop leadership skills and serve others. If the organization maintains a web page, the organization’s name will be a hyperlink to that page.* Guidelines for forming a new student organization are available in the Student Development Office.
The Point Admission and Student Development Offices cooperate in selecting students to be Campus Ambassadors. These students work for the University at various times in the area of public relations, giving campus tours, hosting prospective students and participating in a variety of summer activities related to recruitment. Details about the program are available in the Admission Office.
Campus Life Ministers
Campus Life Ministers work for the Student Development Office in a variety of ways, including supervision of all residence halls. Head residents for men’s and women’s housing are also employed by the University to oversee the work of our campus life ministers. CLMs are chosen in the spring for the following school year. Students interested in working in this area should contact the Student Development Office during the spring semester.
The Concert Choir, Point’s largest performing arts group, offers a varied performance schedule each year. Signature Voices and Signature Sound are six-member vocal and instrumental ensembles that perform for worship and community occasions. Signature Players is a drama team presenting one production each semester, and Sweet Georgia Band is a pep band designated for athletic events.
Student Government Association
The purpose of the Student Government Association (SGA) is to provide student input into planning of campus activities, to promote a general deepening of spiritual life and to develop a greater spirit of Christian unity and leadership. Its membership consists of the four class presidents and two representatives from each class, plus a separately elected SGA president and vice president. Members of SGA are also appointed to certain faculty committees having responsibility for various facets of campus life.
SGA officers, along with representatives from the sophomore, junior and senior classes, are elected each spring for the following year. Freshman class representatives are elected early each fall for the same year.
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