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Student Organizations

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Student organizations in English range from academic honor societies to social and special interest groups that welcome students from all majors.

Tennessee Tech sponsors various organizations for students with interests in the field of English. Reach out to club leadership or attend a club meeting to learn more about any of these groups.

› Alpha Psi Omega-Pi Upsilon, National Theatre Honor Society
Creative Writing Club
› English Club 
› Sigma Tau Delta, International English Honor Society
› Tech Players

Alpha Psi Omega-Pi Upsilon National Theatre Honor Society

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The Alpha Psi Omega (APO) National Theatre Honor Society was reactivated in the spring of 1993 by members of the Tech Players and faculty advisor Mark Creter. Current members invite interested students to become active in theatre at Tennessee Tech. 

APO differs from the Tech Players in that actors, technicians and front-of-house personnel will be invited to join the cast of APO if they have strong grades and show a true commitment to the theatre. For further information about Alpha Psi Omega, please contact the faculty advisor or visit the Backdoor Playhouse website.

Creter, Mark Faculty Advisor Email

 

Creative Writing Club

Creative Writing Club logoNow seeking: aspiring or experienced writers who have a passion for creative expression! Creative Writing Club invites you to join our community in completing writing prompts, exchanging ideas, and sharing work. We encourage writers of all genres, poets and writers of prose (including both fiction and nonfiction). 

Creative Writing Club meets once a month, in Henderson Hall, and all are welcome! Email the club president or faculty advisor to join or for the latest information. You don't have to be an English major to participate, and in fact, many club members come from other majors. 

Kerley, Avery President, 2022-23 Email
Ductan, Monic Faculty Advisor Email

 

English Club

logoWelcome lovers of language, writing, and literature! Tennessee Tech's English Club invites you to join our community in book-based conversations, storytelling, faculty presentations, and special events, often accompanied with snacks.

We encourage any and all majors who share a love for anything literary, whether it is your profession or your pastime. 

The English Club meets the first Tuesday of every month, in Henderson Hall, and all are welcome! Email any of the club contacts below for the latest information.

Peacock, Julia President, 2022-23 Email
Stegall, Linda Vice President, 2022-23 Email
Radford, Brian Secretary, 2022-23 Email
Williams, Brian Faculty Advisor Email

 

Sigma Tau Delta

Sigma Tau Delta LogoSigma Tau Delta is the international English Honor Society. The Tau Zeta chapter was founded at Tennessee Tech in 1957, and its current mission is to help foster community for all scholars of English at Tech. It sponsors the English Club, organizing events throughout the year to facilitate connections between majors and non-majors, and faculty and students. The group traditionally meets once a month, usually the first Tuesday during dead hour. Sigma Tau Delta membership is contingent upon a high GPA in both general coursework and upper-division English classes, as well as junior standing at the university. Interested students should contact the faculty advisor for more information.

Williams, Brian Faculty Advisor Email

 

Tech Players

Tech Players Logo

The official drama club of Tennessee Tech, the Tech Players was founded in 1954 by English instructor Miss Dorothy Printz Pennebaker. The Tech Players provide the campus and community with quality productions of both classic and contemporary plays in the Backdoor Playhouse, located in the rear of the Jere Whitson building. For further information about the Tennessee Tech Tech Players, please contact the faculty advisor or check out the Tech Players' Facebook or Instagram.

 

Creter, Mark Faculty Advisor Email

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