May 1, 2016
Tagged: Center for Student Involvement, Student Affairs

Student Organization of the Month for April 2016


The Center for Student Involvement would like to proudly announce

Student Organization of the Month for April 2016:

Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship Inc.

The Center for Student Involvement is impressed with how much Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship Inc.  has been able to accomplish in the last few weeks! While hosting Swing Week, the women chose Lupus as their philanthropy for the Spring 2016 and raised over $1,000 this month for the Lupus Foundation.

The members of Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship Inc. also received the Excellence in Interfraternal Relations award at Greek Gala! 

Nominations are due by the last Friday of each month during the academic semester, nominate someone today. The Center for Student Involvement would also like to thank everyone who nominated a student this month.


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Tagged: Center for Student Involvement, Student Affairs