Elementary Education Club
Emergency Medicine Interest Group
Environmental Conservation Organization
Environmental Health Science Club
Exercise and Sports Science Major Club
Financial Management Association
Fletcher Hall Council
Folk and Country Dancers
Garrett Hall Council
Geography Graduate Student Alliance
Graduate Association of Social Workers
Graduate Business Association
Graduate Student Advisory Council
Greene Hall Council
Health Education Alumni Society
Health Promotion Council
Hospitality Management Association
International Student Association
Jones Hall Council
Management Information Systems Association
Maritime Studies Association
Medical School Council
Mens Lacrosse Club
Men's Ultimate Frisbee ECU Irates
Mens Volleyball Club
Middle Grades Education Club
Model United Nations
Music Therapy Club
National Association of Industrial Technology
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
National Society of Pershing Rifles
National Student Speech, Language and Hearing Association
Phi Epsilon Kappa
Physical Therapy Organization
Physician Assistant Studies, The Keller Society
Physics Graduate Student Association
Pirate Bridge Club
Pre‑Professional Health Alliance
Professional Association or Industrial Distribution
Recreation and Leisure Studies Student Society
Recreation and Leisure Studies Graduate Society
Residence Hall Association
ROTC Ranger Challenge Team
School of Anything Goes - Anime
Scott Hall Council
Sigma Alpha Iota (Music)
Slay/Umstead Hall Council
Society for Advancement of Management
Society for Clinical Laboratory Science
Society of Student Software Engineers
Student Accounting Society
Student Athlete Advisory Council
Student Athletic Trainers Club
Student Council for Exceptional Children
Student Dietetic Association
Student Government Association
Student Health Information Management Association
Student National Medical Association
Student Occupational Therapy Association
Student Pirate Club
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Tae Kwon Do
United to Create Inclusion
Visual Arts Forum
Water Polo Club
White Hall Council
Womens Field Hockey Club
Womens Lacrosse Club
Women's Ultimate Frisbee
Womens Volleyball Club
Large Performance Groups
|Chamber Singers||Symphonic Band|
|Concert Band||Symphony Orchestra|
|Concert Choir||University Chorale|
|Jazz Ensemble||Wind Ensemble|
Small Performance Groups
|Brass Chamber Music||Percussion Ensemble|
|Collegium Musicum||Saxophone Chamber Music|
|Jazz Chamber Music||String Orchestra|
|Madrigal Singers||Woodwind Chamber Music|
Social Fraternities and Sororities
|Alpha Phi Alpha||Junior Panhellenic Council|
|Alpha Sigma Phi||National Pan Hellenic Council|
|Chi Phi||Panhellenic Council|
|Alpha Sigma Phi||Phi Kappa Psi|
|Alpha Phi Alpha||Phi Kappa Tau|
|Chi Phi||Pi Kappa Alpha|
|Delta Chi||Pi Kappa Phi|
|Delta Sigma Phi||Pi Lambda Phi|
|Epsilon Chi Nu||Sigma Alpha Epsilon|
|Kappa Alpha Order||Sigma Nu|
|Kappa Alpha Psi||Sigma Phi Epsilon|
|Kappa Sigma||Sigma Pi|
|Lambda Chi Alpha||Tau Kappa Epsilon|
|Phi Beta Sigma||Theta Chi|
|Alpha Delta Pi||Gamma Chi Epsilon|
|Alpha Kappa Alpha||Kappa Delta|
|Alpha Omicron Pi||Sigma Gamma Rho|
|Alpha Phi||Sigma Omicron Epsilon|
|Alpha Xi Delta||Sigma Sigma Sigma|
|Chi Omega||Zeta Phi Beta|
|Delta Zeta||Zeta Tau Alpha|
As a tax‑supported institution, East Carolina University neither promotes nor recommends a specific religious faith. The university does, however, encourage the participation of students and faculty members in the activities of their faith.
The groups which carry on regular activities either on campus or in their own student centers off campus are the following:
Apostolic Campus Ministry
Baptist Student Union
Buddhist Meditation and Study Group
Campus Crusade for Christ
Campus Christian Fellowship
Disciple Student Fellowship
Inter‑Varsity Christian Fellowship
King Youth Fellowship
Latter-Day Saint Student Group Association
Muslim Student Association
New Generation Campus Ministries
New Life Christian Fellowship
Newman Catholic Club
Presbyterian Campus Ministry
Revelation Steppers of Praise
Students for Christ
The Cross Culture
The Gift of Life
The Way Campus Fellowship
Wesley Foundation of Greenville
Sports and Athletics
East Carolina University is a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), competing in Division I, the highest level of competition. The football program is a member of Conference USA, fast-pitch softball is in the Southern Atlantic Softball Alliance, and all other sports are members of the Colonial Athletic Association.
The following intercollegiate sports are offered.
Fallfootball, tennis, cross country, and soccer
Winterbasketball, diving and swimming, and
Springbaseball, tennis, golf, and outdoor track
Fallvolleyball, tennis, cross country, and soccer
Winterbasketball, diving and swimming, and indoor track
Springsoftball, golf, tennis, and outdoor track
Various sports camps are sponsored for boys and girls. For availability of sport camps held from year to year, please contact the athletic business office.
Art Galleries and Exhibitions
The Leo W. Jenkins Fine Arts Center, which houses the Wellington B. Gray Art Gallery, is operated under the School of Art. The Gray Art Gallery installs temporary exhibitions of contemporary art, including national and international traveling shows and ECU faculty and student exhibitions.
There are weekly shows by School of Art majors in the Mendenhall Student Center, Baptist Student Center, and Jenkins Fine Arts Center as well as several locations in the community.
Student organizations, such as Craftsmen East, Ceramics Guild, Printmakers Guild, Design Associates, Painting and Drawing Association, Visual Arts Forum, and other student art groups, hold programs, sales, and exhibitions during the year.
Visiting artists and scholars in contemporary art fields present lectures, seminars, and workshops to supplement the curriculum.
The Student Union Visual Arts Committee presents major touring exhibitions and work by area artists. The annual ILLUMINA Show, featuring works by student artists, is one of the committee's most noteworthy activities and is displayed in Mendenhall Student Center.
School of Music Concerts
The School of Music annually mounts a vigorous concert program providing musical enrichment for the cultural life of the university community. All events are open to the public and include a faculty recital series; student recitals; a series of concerts by School of Music performance organizations, both instrumental and choral; opera workshop productions; and a series of chamber music concerts. A diversified musical repertoire provides the listener with a wide variety of music. Premiere performances of compositions by student and faculty composers are a feature of many concerts. Visiting artists, composers, and lecturers of international stature conduct master classes for School of Music students and faculty. Frequently scheduled is the presentation of a major choral‑orchestral work by the combined forces of the School of Music.
East Carolina University Poetry Forum
The East Carolina University Poetry Forum conducts an informal workshop in poetry which meets in the Mendenhall Student Center at 8:00 p.m. each first and third Thursday during the months of the academic year. The forum sponsors the visits of established poets; Robert Creely, Patricia Goedicke, William Stafford, James Dickey, Carolyn Kizer, Lucille Clifton, Fred Chappell, and Louis Simpson are among the poets who have read on the ECU campus.
S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series
The S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series of East Carolina University is the quality concert series of eastern North Carolina. Selected and presented by the S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series Committee of the Department of University Unions, this series annually presents world‑acclaimed ensembles, choral groups, instrumentalists, vocalists, theatre, and dance companies in Wright Auditorium.
The Student Union's Popular Entertainment Committee annually presents on campus artists from the world of jazz, folk, rhythm and blues, rock, and popular entertainment.
Popular Entertainment Committee
The Popular Entertainment Committee is responsible for presenting contemporary music artists and attractions in a relaxed atmosphere. Funds to provide the coffeehouse programs are supplied by the Student Union.
A new Student Union committee, Barefoot, develops plans and programs to be carried out for the annual, all-day celebration of spring.
Presenting programs which emphasize minority cultures and interests is the responsibility of the Student Union Cultural Awareness Committee. The committee annually sponsors minority films, a Jewish and International Festival, a Black Arts Festival, and handicapped awareness week programs.
Throughout the year films are presented each week on campus. The Films Committee, which is part of the Student Union, selects popular films and presents them each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. The committee also selects foreign films and American classics and presents them on Wednesday evenings. Funds to provide the films are made available by the Student Union.
Budget trips to places such as New York City are made available by the Student Union. The Travel Adventure Film and Dinner Series is also presented by the Mendenhall Student Center.
The Spectrum Committee presents programs which are of interest and high entertainment value. Lecturers, hypnotists, mimes, and comedians are but a few of this committee's programs.
Bowling, billiards, table tennis, and other tournaments are conducted in Mendenhall Student Center. Noncredit short courses are also planned and presented.
Central Ticket Office
Tickets for all concerts, entertainment, performing arts series performances, and lectures sponsored by the Student Union and the Department of University Unions are available in the Central Ticket Office, which is located in Mendenhall Student Center. By presenting his or her ID card, a student may purchase, at reduced prices, tickets for concerts and the S. Rudolph Alexander Performing Arts Series. A student may purchase another student's tickets at the same time he or she purchases his or her own tickets by presenting the other student's ID card. Tickets for faculty, staff, and the public are available also. A student may be required to show his or her ID card, along with his or her ticket, for admission to certain activities.
East Carolina Playhouse
The East Carolina Playhouse is the producing arm of the Department of Theatre and Dance. The Fine Arts and Performing Groups Board contributes partial funding for the playhouse to produce a musical (occasionally in conjunction with the School of Music), plays, and a dance concert. Although preference in casting is given to students, roles in the productions are open to faculty and staff members of the university and to citizens of Greenville and the surrounding area. Freshmen are eligible to audition for productions in their first semester. Students and others also take part in all areas of technical production.
Four twenty-four-hour automated banking machines are available: three at Mendenhall Student Center and one across from the Student Stores.
Dowdy Student Stores, owned and operated by East Carolina University, is an auxiliary enterprise for the convenience of the university community. The Student Stores stocks books, school supplies, computers, and other tools of the educational process for the students on campus as well as those attending classes taught throughout eastern North Carolina by the Division of Continuing Education. The Student Stores also carries an extensive line of imprinted merchandise featuring apparel, gifts, jewelry, and various accessories. One hundred percent of net proceeds are contributed to the General Scholarship Fund. Textbooks and other information are available through the Student Stores website at http://www.studentstores.ecu.edu.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
Parking and Transportation Services
305 East Tenth Street
Regulations governing traffic, parking, registration of motor vehicles, and enforcement are set forth in the East Carolina University Traffic Ordinance, which is available at the Department of Parking and Transportation Services. All students desiring to utilize campus parking facilities must register their vehicles with Parking and Transportation Services and pay a registration fee. A student desiring to register a motor vehicle not owned by himself or herself, a spouse, a parent, or a guardian must obtain special permission from Parking and Transportation Services.
Freshmen operating vehicles on campus are required to register their vehicles with Parking and Transportation Services. Freshmen vehicles are not permitted to park on the main campus during the week. On Friday afternoon at 4:00 p.m., registered freshmen vehicles may park in resident areas around the residence halls. Freshmen vehicles must be off campus by 12:00 midnight Sunday evening. There are thirty‑minute metered loading zones located at the residence halls which freshmen vehicles are permitted to utilize as long as the meter is activated.
The university's towing policy is strictly enforced. Parking on campus is by permit only. Unregistered vehicles parking on campus may be towed; vehicles with three or more uncleared parking tickets may be towed; and any vehicle illegally parked in a towing enforced zone may be towed.
There is no overnight visitor parking in the university residence hall areas between Sunday midnight and 4:00 p.m. Friday. Visitors to campus must obtain a visitor's parking permit from Parking and Transportation Services, which operates from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. After business hours, visitor permits may be obtained from the University Police Department, which operates twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Visitors should clear any citations with Parking and Traffic Services before leaving campus. Students are held responsible for uncleared traffic citations traced to their family members.
Students enrolled at East Carolina University are expected to uphold at all times standards of integrity and behavior that will reflect credit upon themselves, their families, and East Carolina University. Students are also expected to behave with propriety and to respect the rights and privileges of others. They are expected to abide by the laws of the city, state, and nation and by all rules and regulations of East Carolina University. Failure to do so may result in their being disciplined by or separated from the university.
Registration at the university implies the student's acceptance of the published academic regulations and all other rules found in any official publication or announcements. Conduct regulations, including the academic integrity policy, are described in the Clue Book.
Academic integrity is expected of every East Carolina University student. Academically violating the Honor Code consists of the following: cheating, unauthorized aid or assistance or the giving or receiving of unfair advantage on any form of academic work; plagiarism, copying the language, structure, ideas, and/or thoughts of another and adopting those as one's original work; falsification, statement of untruth, either spoken or written, regarding any circumstances relating to academic work; and attempting any act which if completed would constitute an academic integrity violation as defined above.
Procedures governing academic integrity violations are described in the Clue Book and in the Faculty Manual.
Policy on Substance Abuse
The East Carolina University Policy on Substance Abuse details the university's commitment to prevent substance abuse through education and counseling and its duty to discipline those members of the academic community who engage in illegal alcohol and/or drug‑related activities. (The text of this policy is set out in the appendix.) East Carolina University, in keeping with its primary purpose of education, will utilize educational strategies as its major approach to drug use and abuse problems. Educational and counseling programs are available to all members of the academic community.
Students, faculty members, administrators, and other employees are responsible, as citizens, for knowing about and complying with the provisions of the North Carolina law that make it a crime to possess, sell, deliver, or manufacture those drugs designated collectively as "controlled substances" in Article 5 of Chapter 90 of the North Carolina General Statutes. Any member of the university community who violates that law is subject to both prosecution and punishment by the civil authorities and to disciplinary proceedings by the university. Penalties will be imposed by the university in accordance with procedural safeguards applicable to disciplinary actions against students, faculty members, administrators, and other employees. These penalties to be imposed by the university may range from written warnings with probationary status to expulsions from enrollment and discharges from employment.
|ECU Undergraduate Catalog 2000-2001|