Athletic and Activity Programs

ATHLETICS - Armstrong's athletic fee enables students to participate and attend athletic events. The intercollegiate sports program includes golf, soccer, tennis, softball, baseball, volleyball and basketball. As charter members of the Peach Belt Conference, Armstrong is active in NCAA Division II competition.

BAND - A local organization of persons interested in music and performing for university and community events.

CALLIOPE - The campus literary magazine. Any interested student may submit original works for consideration or serve on the publication's staff.

CHEERLEADERS - A group of male and female students devoted to the promotion of school spirit at athletic functions.

CHORUS - A local group whose purpose is to ensure the promotion of and participation in good music.

CAMPUS UNION BOARD (CUB) - CUB is the coordinating body for social, cultural and entertainment programs for the campus. Membership on any of CUB's five standing committees is open to all students. CUB sponsors speakers, concerts, exhibits, comedians and performing arts programs. Annual CUB events include a Beach Bash (late August), Celebrate Armstrong (October), Spring Fling, comedians, movies, and open mic nights.

EMERGING LEADER - A free, noncredit series of weekly leadership training sessions for potential student leaders. The program is coordinated by the Division of Student Affairs and funded by the Student Government Association.

GOSPEL CHOIR - The Armstrong Gospel Choir is a group of students dedicated to fostering awareness of gospel music and unity among all students and and the community through public performances.

INKWELL - The weekly university newspaper. Any interested student may qualify for a staff position.

MASQUERS - The drama group on campus. This organization produces all theatrical productions, and any interested student is encouraged to participate.

NAVIGATE - Is an orientation program designed to provide new students with the information and support essential to a successful transition into the Armstrong community. Navigate participants receive individual attention from student leaders and staff as they acquire firsthand experience with academic advising, registration, campus facilities, student activities, university policies and procedures.

Competitive selection of the Navigate student leaders occurs annually during Spring Semester. Inquiries concerning Navigate should be addressed to the Division of Student Affairs.

RECREATION & WELLNESS - The Recreation & Wellness program provides opportunities for participation, regardless of ability, in a wide variety of sports and recreational programs. Activities such as flag football, volleyball, basketball, golf, softball, soccer, weight lifting and aerobics provide opportunities to develop friendships and to increase physical activity for students, faculty and staff. Sports clubs also represent Armstrong in men's rugby, karate, wrestling, dance team, ultimate frisbee, and men's soccer.

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION - The student government organization of the campus whose purpose is to further the development of the university and its student body. All Armstrong students are members, and those who meet academic requirements (see SGA Constitution) are encouraged to participate in either the executive, legislative or judicial branches.

WHAT'S GOING ON ARMSTRONG? - A weekly e-mail to your student account that gives you the scoop on upcoming activities.