Beyond the Classroom in the School of Sport Science and Fitness Studies

Explore opportunities outside the classroom for Sport Science and Fitness Studies majors.

There are countless activities and things to do on campus, from intramurals to student government to community service. Many of those options are rooted in academics, and some have particular appeal for our Sport Science and Fitness Studies majors.

Athletic Training Club

The club hosts the Athletic Training Program Lecture Series, which is designed to promote learning outside of the classroom and includes speakers from a number of allied health professions. Students attend conferences, plan volunteer and community service activities, and organize a number of social activities.
Advisor: Jennifer Concannon

Exercise Science Club

Members of the club routinely meet to discuss potential career and practicum opportunities. Club members also lead initiatives that support health, physical education, and exercise science through various community events and conferences.
Co Advisors: Dr. Kevin RooneyDr. Doug Glazer

Honor Society

Phi Epsilon Kappa (ΦEK) is a national professional honor society for persons engaged in or pursuing careers in physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine and sport management. The Endicott chapter is Eta Upsilon. The academic requirement for invitation to the honor society is a 3.3 grade point average in both the School of Sport Science and the College overall.  Students in the School of Sport Science & Fitness Studies who meet this criteria are invited to join in their junior year. 
Co Advisors: Dr. Rich Nastasi, Dr. Doug Glazer, Prof. Beth Donahue

Physical Education Society

Members of the club routinely meet to discuss potential career and practicum opportunities. Club members also lead initiatives that support health, physical education, and exercise science through various community events and conferences.
Co Advisors: Dr. Deb SwantonDr. Rich Nastasi

Sport Management Club

The Sport Management Club at Endicott College is committed to providing educational, social, and practical experiences for Sport Management majors and any Endicott Student interested in the business of sport. The club works to provide members with experiential learning opportunities that mirror those within the industry.
Advisor: Alyssa Czarnecki