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Student Organizations at Corbin


Alpha Phi Sigma

Alpha Phi Sigma is the nationally recognized honor society for students in the criminal justice sciences. The society recognizes academic excellence by undergraduate as well as graduate students of criminal justice. The purpose is to recognize and promote high quality scholarship among students and to establish in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education and professional training.  For additional information please contact Stephen Kappeler, Faculty Advisor at or (859) 622-6710

Cultural Club

The EKU Cultural Club was founded to encourage students to sample and learn from the many diverse cultures in the world.  This goal has led the group to participate in some valuable projects and to travel to some very memorable places.  If you like to travel, see new places and experience new things then THE CULTURAL CLUB is the place for you!  Our club motto is Encouraging Multicultural Understanding and Learning through Art, Travel and Education.

For additional information, please contact Logan Isaacs at


Kentucky Education Association Student Program (KEA-SP)

A preprofessional organization for undergraduate and graduate students preparing for careers in education.

For registration or membership information, email Dr. Connie Hodge at 

Yearly membership dues are $25.00


 Lambda Alpha Epsilon

LAE is a nationally recognized criminal justice organization. Although it is not considered an honorary society and there are no minimum grade point requirements, it does hold high standards of commitment to students, law enforcement agencies, and to the community.  For additional information please contact Stephen Kappeler, Faculty Advisor at or (859) 622-6710

Student Government Association

Formed in 1954 as the Eastern Kentucky State College Student Council, the Student Government Association today is a multi-faceted organization and the voice of the student body in all campus affairs.

SGA is recognized both as an office of the University and as a Registered Student Organization, and is entirely student led and student run.  For more information, please email James Wilson at

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