- Campus Activities Board (CAB)
- English Majors Organization
- F.E.A.T. (Future Educators & Administrators of Tomorrow)
- Alpha Iota Sorority
- Alpha Omega Fraternity
- Chi Delta Phi Fraternity
- Kappa Sigma Fraternity
- Phi Alpha Phi Society
- Phi Delta Sorority
- Sigma Beta Sigma Sorority
- Upsilon Delta Sigma Society
- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
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- A.M.P. (Aspiring Medical Professionals)
- Circle K
- Collegiate 4-H
- Dorcas Society (Sigma Delta Chi)
- SPAT Club (Sigma Beta)
Special Interest Groups
- Anime Club
- Appalachian Adventure
- College Democrats
- Commuter Student Club
- Delta Gamma Drama Society
- Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
- Intramural Advisory Council
- The Indoor Club
- Omega Zeta (Philosophy Club)
- Roots & Shoots
- Young Harris College Republicans
- Third World 1st
- Baptist Collegiate Ministry (Crosswalk)
- Buddhist Meditation & Mindfulness Gathering
- Catholic Student Association
- Chapel Ministry Team
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Generation X
- The Newman Club
- S.I.G.H.T. (Seekers’ Interfaith Group Honoring Thought)
- Souled Out (Student Drama Ministry)
- Wesley Fellowship
- '86FM (Future Ministers Organization)
Contact these groups directly or contact Rouseline Emmanuel, Director of Campus Activities, with any questions.
The club provides students with the opportunity to learn about cultural storytelling through the mediums of anime, manga (Japanese comics) and music.
AMP brings students together who are interested in pursuing careers in the health care field and to offer opportunities for these students to organize and participate in health-related volunteer opportunities on-and-off-campus.
This organization provide students with opportunities to learn about and enjoy all the outdoor recreational activities that this geographical area has to offer. The group teaches service and stewardship through volunteer activities and "leave no trace" principles. The club also offers opportunities for students to be trip leaders.
Circle K promotes fellowship, leadership and service. The group strives to establish a strong sense of responsibility through service to the community.
The College Democrats of YHC increase political awareness among students, faculty and staff of the College.
Students in this organization participate in community service and outreach in Towns and Union counties by providing positive social activity on campus and a respect for agricultural education. YHC Collegiate 4-H is affiliated with Southern Regional Collegiate 4-H and the National Collegiate 4-H and serves as a continuation of 4-H.
If you're a commuter student and want to get involved on campus, there are plenty of ways to get involved through CSC now more than ever. The CSC gives students an opportunity to connect with the College while gaining leadership skills and making new friends.
The Delta Gamma Drama Society was founded in 1959 by Sam Baker, a member of the Young Harris College theatre faculty. The organization strives to perpetuate good taste in drama, ensure the right to interpretation, preserve dramatics on the campus, promote interest in drama by students and transmit to all the enjoyment of dramatics that the members of the Delta Gamma Drama Society ordain.
Dorcas is an honorary service organization for women that renders service to the student body, the college, the church and the community. Spiritual growth of members is also a major goal of the organization through a conscious effort to render its services after the manner of Dorcas.
As a student-run newspaper, Enotah Echoes is responsible for providing a forum and promoting an atmosphere where no student is denied his or her voice We strive to report accurately about issues relating to Young Harris College for audiences both in and outside the College community. It is our goal as student journalists to cover all pertinent news with courage and honor. It is our duty to be fair, balanced and accurate in our newsgathering, reporting, selection of guest commentary, responses to requests and inquiries, graphic design and photography. We are advocates of the First Amendment, but we are also respectful of the power of media, and the corresponding responsibility for ethical decision making. As part of the College’s academic program, our publication is as much a learning experience as it is a professional endeavor, providing practical experience in newspaper production. In order to better serve the community, we encourage communication about and criticism of our publication, including letters to the editor or any other feedback.
FEAT serves as entry point for all prospective educators who are interested in exploring all aspects of the education profession for grades K-12. FEAT also encourages members to set educational and career goals and promote academic achievement and exploration in the field of education through enriching classroom and school-wide projects, including service to the community.
GSA's members work toward a more accepting environment for all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, through education, support and advocacy. The group strives to build a safe space for discussion and conversation aimed at support, health and wellbeing; create a conversation between the larger campus community and the GSA leading to awareness, acceptance and understanding; and connect with local resources and promote advocacy in the greater community.
This unique club gives students who partake in hobbies such as video games a place to meet each other and create longlasting friendships.
This club provides a common ground of understanding and foster cultural diversity at YHC. The organization will create awareness and increase understanding through social, educational and cultural programming with the overall goal of encouraging personal growth with global perspectives.
Intramurals provide a way for students to stay active and have fun, and this council works hard to faciliate the unique intramural offerings provided each semester. The group provides a comprehensive and diverse program schedule during the academic year that allows members of the YHC community to form bonds and develop leadership skills while participating in engaging activities.
Change, diversity and involvement are the three main aims of this group, as well as bringing forth leaders and creating a bridge of unity and commitment.
This club tailored to those who enjoy reflection and conversation promotes fellowship of friends and the advancement of the minds of great thinkers - all while helping those in and around Young Harris to further educate and entertain the mind.
This group is dedicated to the education of the photographic arts for all members of the YHC community that enjoy being behind the lens. The organization meets regularly to discuss old and new practices of the art, learn about photographic techniques and technologies, discuss photographic methods and create images in digital and darkroom spaces. The organization hopes to branch out in the future to encompass many other facets of the educational institution including dramatic arts, science and astronomy, outdoor leadership and athletics, where photography is of common use in these fields. The Photography Club is affiliated with The Campus Gate Art Gallery and the Art Department of YHC. Click here to contact the Photography Club.
The Student Organizations President's Council (SOPC) is comprised of the presidents of Young Harris College registered student organizations. Registered student organization presidents are automatically members of the council, and are required to represent their organizations at any and all functions. The council meets every month to discuss campus interactions and means of improving student life through organizations and activities. The council’s purpose is to increase communication and collaboration between student groups at Young Harris College.
YHC founded a student chapter of Roots & Shoots in 2009. Roots & Shoots is a global environmental and humanitarian youth program of the Jane Goodall Institute. The chapter is currently focusing on campus recycling, allocating part of their funds to educate students about the correct way to recycle. The chapter also collaborated with the YHC Student Government Association (SGA) to produce signs for recycling containers purchased by SGA for all residence halls. In the future, the group plans to focus on animal rights outreach and help non-governmental organizations communicate the dangers of invasive plants and the benefits of planting native species.
Spat Club strives to form a body of men thoroughly representative of the best social, spiritual and scholastic interest in the student body. The club unites its members intrinsically in the bonds of good fellowship and unites them extrinsically to the campus through the bonds of leadership and service.
This group spreads awareness on campus about different organizations aiding people in third world countries, specifically but not limited to Toms Shoes and Invisible Children.
This political group aims to strengthen the political proficiency and leadership skills of its members in order to prepare them for future service to their community through the Republican Party.