The Student Entertainment & Activities Team is comprised of students who select, plan, and implement activities and entertainment with both social and educational dimensions. Activities and entertainment vary and may include comedians, novelty acts, concerts, trips, dances, homecoming week, speakers, and much more.
All students are encouraged to play an active role in the S.E.A.T. It is a great way to meet other students and learn skills outside of the classroom. Whether it is stage management, publications and promotions, or program planning, the S.E.A.T. provides fellowship and helps foster a spirit of community. If you are interested in becoming a member of S.E.A.T. or applying for an executive council position, please contact the Director of Student Activities.
Open Daily from 10am to 12am
- Game Room – Come play pool, table tennis, corn hole, Xbox One and Nintendo Wii games, watch television, or simply hang out!
- Cyber Lounge – The Cyber Lounge is available for students to host events, hang out, watch TV, play video games, or study!
- WoW Cafe – The WoW Cafe is an evening dining option located in the Hartness Student Center. (Mon.-Th. 7:00-11:30 p.m.)
- Leadership Lab – The Leadership Lab is equipped with computers, a printer and other resources for students club/organization planning.
- Offices for SEAT, SGA and the Director of Student Activities – See individual office doors for posted hours.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Upsilon Lambda Chapter)
Founded on the campus of Howard University on January 13, 1913, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Strives for change. Based on the foundation of sisterhood, scholarship, and service. Delta Sigma Theta is impacting lives and changing communities. Membership in Delta Sigma Theta is a life changing experience for young ladies who are destined for excellence.
Advisor: Leah Hill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority, a member of the National Pan-Hellenic Conference (NPC), was founded on March 17, 1917 at New York University School of Law. Delta Phi Epsilon is one of the first non-sectarian social sororities, and the only one founded at a professional school. The mission of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority is to develop in women a social consciousness and a commitment to think and act for the greater good. We assure continuous development and achievement for women through individual attention and smart strategic growth. Delta Phi Epsilon supports three philanthropies: The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Anorexic Nervosa, and Associated Disorders (ANAD) and the Delta Phi Epsilon’s Educational Foundation.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Tau Gamma Chapter)
The purpose of Alpha Kappa Alpha is to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, to study and alleviate problems among girls and women, to maintain a progressive interest in college life, and to be of service to all mankind.
Advisor: Janet Morrison (email@example.com)
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Omicron Beta Chapter)
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. develops leaders, promotes brotherhood and academic excellence, while providing service and advocacy for our communities. The objectives of this Fraternity shall be: to stimulate the ambition of its members; to prepare them for the greatest usefulness in the causes of humanity, freedom, and dignity of the individual; to encourage the highest and noblest form of manhood; and to aid down-trodden humanity in its efforts to achieve higher social, economic and intellectual status.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is the first African American Greek-letter organization. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was founded on December 4, 1906 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
Advisor: Leah Hill (firstname.lastname@example.org)
International Bishop Association
International Bishop Association was established with the aim to unite the international students with the American students. It provides cross-cultural exchange within our campus and the surrounding areas. The association will present students with additional ways to interact with Americans outside of the classroom and learn first hand about American and International cultures through service and social events. Membership is open to the entire student body.
Advisor: Dawn Turner (email@example.com)
Black Student Association
The purpose of BSA is to create cultural awareness among the members of the Wesleyan Community by providing educational programs.
Advisor: Tammy Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Anime and Manga Club
The purpose of the Anime and Manga Club is to connect in friendship with each other as Anime and Manga enthusiasts. We create our own manga and encourage fellow enthusiasts to join a friendly group setting to express their interests.
Advisor: Kimla Brandt (email@example.com)
Exercise Science Club
The purpose of the Exercise Science Club is to provide students of Exercise Science an opportunity to establish a connection between NCWC and the community of Rocky Mount through fitness & wellness events. This will be achieved by promoting social, academic, and professional relationships both on and off campus.
Advisor: Daniel Henderson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a campus ministry that meets weekly for the purpose of discipleship, evangelism, outreach, and fellowship using the platform of athletes.
Advisor: Carol Carson (email@example.com)
Men of Honor
The purpose of this organization is to promote brotherhood amongst men and to advance the image of the College. Men of Honor was founded to help improve the student body, along with improving the community in any way possible. The organization will focus on the youth, because without the youth, there is no future.
The Psychology Club is open to people that major in Psychology and/or have an interest in the field. We follow a constitution that was created by members and executive board. Members have taken the responsibility of running the club and its successful events.
Advisor: Fred Sanborn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rotary is a sponsored service club sponsored by the local Rotary Club for men and women ages 18-30. Rotary consists of community, professional, and networking activities.
Advisor: Patricia Smith (email@example.com)
Student North Carolina Association of Educators (SNCAE)
SNCAE is the Student North Carolina Association of Educators, in which student members serve their community and attend events which prepare them to be professional educators. SNCAE is very active on the Wesleyan campus, and holds fun events, such as: Education Boot Camp and Movie Night. All students are eligible for membership.
Advisor: Patricia Brewer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Visions of BEAUTY
Visions of BEAUTY introduces aspects of the modeling industry which include but are not limited to innovative fashion and unique runway techniques, and mechanics. We promote positive attitude as well as help build confidence. We strive to be a great representation for the Wesleyan community.
Advisor: Leah Hill (email@example.com)
Voices of Triumph
We are a group of young adult college students who dare to step out and be different in word, thoughts, and our actions. We don’t just sing. We are the songs that we minister. We are believers! We are victorious! We are intelligent! We are VOT!
Advisor: Erma Hedgepeth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The purpose of WesOne is to be an academic advising and student programming centered initiative designed to support North Carolina Wesleyan College’s future and current first generation college student populations.
Advisor: Erma Hedgepeth (email@example.com)
WesCIS is an organization intent on providing a strong support community among Computer Information Systems majors and minors. WesCIS will help its members gain experience working with computer technology and help develop skills needed to be successful in their careers.
Advisor: Sherry Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ducks Unlimited is a volunteer organization which conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North American waterfowl. The vision of Ducks Unlimited is wetlands sufficient to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow, and forever.
Advisor: Wayne Sears (email@example.com)
Essence of Beauty
The purpose of Essence of Beauty is to help empower young ladies, as well as, build sisterhood while using dance as a for of expression. We plan to participate in community programs both on and off campus. This is a social group but we plan to be a diverse group and incorporate various cultural dances. We founded Essence of Beauty because we are striving to make a positive impact in our community and around campus. We strive for success and hope to empower each other day by day.
Advisor: Stephanie Battle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Film and Production Club
The NCWC Film and Production Club is a social organization that was founded on the principles of freedom of speech, creative expression, and productive collaboration. It is through these principles that we make our mark on the video arts industry.
Advisor: Ian Boucher (email@example.com)
Nu Gamma Phi Brotherhood
The purpose of this organization is to help men become better disciples through brotherly accountability on campus and throughout the community. A special interest organization founded on Christian principles.
Advisor: Barry Drum (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nu Gamma Phi Sisterhood
The purpose of this organization is to help women become better disciples through sisterly accountability on campus and throughout the community. A special interest organization founded on Christian principles.
Advisor: Katrina Sweet (email@example.com)
Refuge Campus Ministries allows students to learn and grow in their walk with Jesus Christ. With a laid-back and friendly atmosphere, students commune together to enjoy food and fellowship. Our goal is to spread the love of Jesus with the campus of NC Wesleyan and beyond its serpentine walls.
Advisor: Ben Lilley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The purpose of the Science Club is encourage students to pursue careers in science related fields, to keep the school and community informed on health related issues, and participate in community service.
Advisor: Dr. Daniel Stovall (email@example.com)
Sisters of Distinction
The purpose of this organization is to promote professionalism, self-improvement, and sisterhood while teaching the importance of professional behavior during and after college. We also are geared towards providing service to our campus and our community through community service.
Advisor: Jessica Harrison (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sports Administration Club
An organization for Sports Administration majors and others interested in sports who can come together and learn more about the field.
Advisor: Robin Pietryk (email@example.com)
Covenant College Ministry (Formerly The Bridge)
Covenant College Ministry exists to glorify God through making disciples of all people by the powerful Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are a people passionate about Jesus, His Church, and His Word. We love to study His Word, worship Him through worship and have great fellowship with one another. We also have a heart for Discipleship, Evangelism, and Missions.
Young Americans For Liberty
Young Americans for Liberty’s purpose is to educate students about libertarianism and winning on principle. We are a conservative/libertarian club that reinforces the ideas of expanding civil liberties and fiscal responsibility.
Advisor: Jarrod Kelly (JKelly@ncwc.edu)
Our mission is to bring the 17 Sustainable Goals of the United Nations to the NC Wesleyan student body and promote both local, community service and international humanitarian efforts. Gen U.N. Wesleyan also partners with school and Greek organizations on campus and strives to reach out to other Gen U.N. chapters across the United States of America.
Advisor: Young Hum Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Advisor: Molly Wyatt (email@example.com)
The Student Government Association of North Carolina Wesleyan College serves to promote a quality educational environment, to protect our common interests, to create an atmosphere of free discussion, inquiry, and self-expression, to ensure the personal freedom and general well-being of the student body, student organizations, and student representatives to instill in the student body the principles of self-government.