Association of Campus Events (ACE)

At Kutztown University, the Association of Campus Events is a fully student-run and funded campus organization that consists of eight independently functioning committees and an elected executive board. The individual committees are chaired by elected coordinators who oversee the committees’ work.  Members of the organization receive support from an elected executive board, an advisor, the Office of Student Union and Involvement Services and Kutztown University Student Services Inc.The Association of Campus Events strives to develop and implement a series of intentionally designed programs for members of the Student Government Association and the student body.

Residence Hall Association (RHA)

RHA serves as the governing body of the 12 Hall Councils. The group provides students with leadership opportunities as well as the campus with large scale events. RHA also participates in numerous community service initiatives.

Recreational and Sports Club Council (RSCC)

The Recreational and Sports Club Council provides a broad spectrum of recreation, sport and leisure activities to the students of Kutztown University regardless of their ability or experience. Activities offered will allow participants to develop healthy lifestyles and habits, become more informed on health and wellness related issues, and increase their physical activity while learning to function as a member of a team. In an environment which promotes inclusion, students will develop leadership, interpersonal, social and organizational skills that will benefit them throughout their lives. A sport club is a recognized student organization, which exists to promote and develop interest in a particular sport or physical activity. A club may be instructional, recreational or competitive, or may have any combination of these elements. Sport clubs are strictly voluntary. Involvement in a sport club enhances the student's college experience and adds value to the student's overall education.

Off-Campus Advisory Council (OCAC)

The Off-Campus Advisory Council acts as the liaison between the university students and community residents to improve communication through cooperative programming and to establish and maintain harmonious relationships between the two groups. OCAC serves as an advocate for students living off campus. Creating and maintaining healthy relationships between Kutztown University and its neighboring communities has been the goal of the Off Campus Advisory Council since its official establishment in 1990. Today, this organization encourages open lines of communication plus welcomes active participation from University students, administrators, business owners, town residents, and local officials. It also provides opportunities for students to gain real life leadership experience through civic and community service.

United Greek Council (UGC)

The United Greek Council (UGC) is the programming organization for all fraternities and sororities on campus. All recognized chapters serve as the delegation. Individual members of the fraternity and sorority community are elected to the board. All fraternal organizations were founded on the principles of scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. Because of this, the United Greek Council exists to promote a collaborative pursuit of excellence among these four pillars. UGC is involved in planning and participating in various educational and social programs throughout the year. There are three governing councils that also fall under UGC: College Panhellenic Council (CPC), Interfraternity Council (IFC), and Multicultural Greek Council (MGC). These councils provide governance and programming to their respective member chapters and coordinate recruitment/intake efforts on campus.

The Diversity Council (DC)

The Diversity Council is a diversity focused organization that serves as a forum to address the concerns that diverse communities face both within the campus community and beyond to the Student Government Board and administration.The DC consists of diversified organizations with a dedication to issues such as women's and gender rights, the LGBTQ+ community, disabilities, multicultural issues, faith & spirituality, international students, socioeconomic issues, and veteran's and military affairs. The Diversity Council is has representatives from over 22 diversity focused organizations. The Diversity Council is the newest addition to Student Government Board as its sixth standing committee. 

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