The American Red Cross Club of Savannah State University
Behavior Analysis Student Association
Beyond the Classroom
These programs includes everything from Concert Choirs, Marching Band, Model United Nations, Pre-Law Club, Savannah State Reader's and Writer's Club.
The Choral Music Society is in high demand and has received numerous awards, citations, and plaques for its performances. The Choral Society has given command performances around the world, from Georgia, to the West Indies, to Canada, the Bahamas, and Europe. The 1998-99 Concert Season included Regional Recruitment Tours, the annual Black Heritage Tour and Concert Series, an appearance at the Governor's Gala Concert, in Atlanta, and participation in the 8th Annual "Southeastern African-American Collegiate Music Festival" in Columbia, SC. "Spring Tour 1999" will include a return visit to Europe with performances in London, Reading and Brighten, England, and also Calais and Paris, France. The Choral Music Society, open to all students, is comprised of the Concert Choir, Chamber Ensemble, and the "SSU Meistersingers."
Criminal Justice Club
The purpose of the SSU Dance Ensemble is to provide an avenue for students to expereince the art of dance through classes, rehearsals, and performances. This organization will not only provide experience in dance, but it will teach discipline, dedication, hard work, sacrifice, and the satisfaction of seeing their effort appreciated by an audience. It will provide opportunities for them to travel and experience other towns and cities, and countries. Lastly, this experience will make more responsible adults that can contribute to society in a positive way.
The Downtown Performance Series
Offering readings and performances by students and faculty hosted in area coffee houses.
East-Side Neighborhood Committee
A organization where students at SSU assists neighborhood kids on Gwinnett and Victory Street in Savannah.
A student publication that features student art, poetry, and other writings.
The estuary is a place of mergings -- of waters (with varying degrees of salinity) and worlds; it is also point of dispersal. As such it is a (non)territory of energy transference, a place of initiation; what passes through the estuary will come to know itself as other than it was, will find an identity that is processual and extensive, rather than bounded, riding the rhythms of unchartable currents.
Lifted off the following pages by the tide of a reader's attention, the voices of Savannah State's students now swirl and drift in a larger mind-place; we introduce them to you, and to the voices of future issues of Estuary, with whom they share, in passing, this resonant space of (e)mergings and transformations.
Low Country Ensemble
A program which includes a cast of all levels and abilities to showcase their talents in celebration.
The Savannah State University Marching Band consists of students representing all of the academic areas at the University. The band performs at all of the home football games and travels frequently to accompany the team at out of town games. Some performances have been in Texas, Michigan, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky and throughout the state of Georgia. Our future travels will take the band to New York City, Charlotte, NC and Nashville TN. Presently, our growing membership includes 110 members. Throughout the school year, the band participates in community related activities and programs sponsored on the SSU campus.
The auxiliary units include a dance team, flag team and a majorette squad. Try outs for the auxiliary units are held in May of each year.
MSW Student Organization
Mass Communications Student Association
Phi Alpha Honor Society
Phi Gamma Mu
International Honor Society for Social Sciences
Players by the Sea
A supportive network of the community to meditate and help to prepare other students.