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Student Clubs and Organizations
There are a variety of special interest clubs and organizations available to students; some of these include the A Cappella Choir, Gospel Choir, Accounting Club, Computer Club, Criminal Justice Club,Environmental Club, Native American Student Organization and Students in Free Enterprise.
For additional information, contact the Office of Student Activities.
Student Government Association
The student body of the College is organized and is represented by the Student Government Association (SGA). Its officers are elected by students, who in turn, represent the student body. The purposes of the SGA are to collaborate with the administration and faculty on behalf of student life, to assist with coordination of campus activities, to serve as the vehicle for expressing studentsí thoughts and opinions, and to promote College loyalty.
The president of the Student Government Association is the official student body representative at Wiley College. The president together with members of the SGA Cabinet and other student leaders hold appointed membership on all standing committees of the College. The Student Government Office is located on the ground floor of the Fred T. Long Student Union Building. The SGA is governed by a constitution which appears in the Student Handbook.
Fraternities and Sororities
Eight national fraternities and sororities are represented on the Wiley College campus. Students who have accumulated 30 or more semester hours and have earned a grade point average of 2.50 or better are eligible for membership in these organizations. Fraternities and sororities are permitted to conduct membership intake during the fall and spring semesters. Membership intake procedures are governed by the national office for each fraternity and sorority and by regulations described in the Student Handbook.
The organizations include:
Alpha Phi Alpha, Alpha Sigma Chapter; Kappa Alpha Psi, Alpha Chi Chapter; Omega Psi Phi, Theta Chapter; Phi Beta Sigma, Beta Chapter.
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Phi Chapter; Delta Sigma Theta, Alpha Iota Chapter; Sigma Gamma Rho, Beta Gamma Chapter; Zeta Phi Beta, Theta Chapter.
The All-Greek Council is composed of elected representatives of all fraternities and sororities and is organized for the promotion of fellowship, cooperation and brotherhood among Greek-letter organizations.
Average class size: 20 students (Fall 2011)