St. Andrews offers the opportunity to join a variety of clubs depending on what interests students may have. Read more about our many clubs!
The purpose of the Pre-Vet Club is to promote interest in the different careers of the veterinary profession and to foster networking with fellow students and current veterinarians.
President: Keelyn Green. Advisor: Laura Kellam, DVM
The club is busy volunteering at the Scotland County Humane Society during the week as well as visiting the residents of Scotia Village on the weekends. Later in the semester, we will be hosting our 3rd annual Santa Paws event, which both students and community members are invited to.
All equestrians are automatically a member of Riding Council. This club coordinates with the Equestrian Program to prepare for and organize horse shows hosted at the Equestrian Center. Student leaders organize a variety of activities including community service projects, orientation and open house events and social and recreational events.
Advisor: Ashley Duda
2018-2019 RIDING COUNCIL OFFICERS
Hunter Seat Horse Show Chairs
Hannah Newman, Sydney Eller, Taylor Fowler, Alexis Grimes
Western Horse Show Chairs
Maggie Martin and Katelyn Daggett
Dressage Horse Show Chairs
Isa Duckett and Callie Johnson
Therapeutic Horsemanship Chair
Beth- Ann Tate
The purpose of the Eventing Club is to expand student knowledge of the sport of eventing (an equestrian pursuit not offered as part of the regular programs). Education about the sport, trips to local competitions, and the preparation of the horse for eventing are some of the club’s activities.
The Eventing Club focuses on educating it’s members about the sport of eventing. Members have volunteered at the Carolina Horse Park, Raeford NC at the Carolina International CIC 3* where they met some of the leaders in the sport. The club supports its members at local schooling dressage shows. Future plans include an emphasis on fitness for both horse and human and preparing for our first horse trial or combined training event.
President: Gaby Stephens. Advisor: Jackie Dwelle
The role of the TH Club is to provide students who have an interest in therapeutic horsemanship with opportunities and education and TH-related activities beyond the academic offerings. The TH club also supports the Ride-Like-A-Knight (RLAK) volunteer program.
Previous activities have included pumpkin carving, picnics and each semester a volunteer appreciation lunch or dinner.
President: Beth Ann Tate. Advisor: Juliette Holden