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College of Health Sciences

Student Organizations


• Association of Researchers in Kinesiology (ARK)


• Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity

The Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity is a national, professional, honorary fraternity that was founded in 1913 originally for individuals engaged in the field of Physical Education.  Fraternity membership has since expanded to include individuals engaged in or pursuing careers in kinesiology-related fields such as health, physical education, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, athletic training, sport administration and management, and sport studies.  


• The Association for Students in Kinesiology

A.S.K. Purpose

The Kinesiology Program's student association (A.S.K.) is an organization designed to provide practical learning experiences, as well as professional development, to students preparing for careers in cardiac rehabilitation, exercise physiology, Exercise Science, Sport Management, and coaching. A.S.K. is open to all majors and non-majors.

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Service Log (PDF)

Constitution (PDF)

Membership Application (PDF)


A.S.K. Requirements


Each member of ASK is required to obtain no less than10 ASK credits per calendar year (September 1 - August 31) to remain in good standing.  A student may earn credits by volunteering at special events, attending the monthly meetings, assisting faculty members with special research/service projects, or volunteering to help in the main KINS office.


Failure to provide completed, signed Activity/Volunteer sheets to your advisor during each semester's advising session may result in: (a) the lowering of a pre-professional portfolio grade in KINS 334, KINS 431, or other pre-professional classes, (b) denial for letters of recommendation upon graduation by KINS faculty, and/or (c) failure to be eligible for departmental awards.


Members in good standing may hold office, vote on critical issues, remain eligible for departmental awards, earn incentive rewards, and are also more likely to receive favorable recommendations by the KINS faculty.