Department Clubs

Communication Club
The Communication Club provides an opportunity for students to learn more about the broad field of communication while making friends and having fun. The club sponosrs trips and numerous social activities as well as projects that increase the students' understanding of and proficiency in the communication arts.

Contact: Chris Gallant
Communication Studies
Paczesny Hall

Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Association
The Criminal Justice and Forensic Investigation Association provides an informal setting in which students and faculty can discuss ideas, current events and careers in criminal justice and forensic investigation. Students also have the opportunity to visit police, correctional and juvenile facilities, as well as participate in community service activities such as the Adopt-a-Highway program or efforts for Renaissance House, a residential chemical dependency facility for local youth. Criminal justice and forensic investigation majors are encouraged to join the association, but membership is open to any Hilbert student.

Contact: Carraugh Nowak
Assistant Professor of Forensic Science
177 Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 328

Human Services Association
The Human Services Association offers students the opportunity to socialize and network with various present and future human services professionals. Underlying the association's activities is a spirit of fun and mutual collaboration as students hold forums with guest speakers, attend conferences and workshops, and explore issues of relevance to the human services profession. Members are encouraged to plan and engage in projects which enhance the Hilbert environment, its surrounding community, as well as the personal and professional growth of students interested in the field. Membership is open to human services majors, but any Hilbert student who has an interest in human services may also join.

Contact: Colleen Kumiega
Assistant Professor of Human Services
110 Bogel Hall
649-7900, ext. 306

Phi Beta Lambda Student Business and Accounting Association
Phi Beta Lambda promotes professional business leadership through educational experiences and involvement in leadership activities.

Contact: Daniel Roland
Professor of Business Administration
158 Paczesny Hall
649-7900, ext. 351


Active on more than 1,000 college and university campuses in 20 countries, Enactus encourages students to take what they learn in the classroom and apply it to real-life situations. Students also use their knowledge to better their communities through educational outreach projects. Membership is open to all students.

Contact: Daniel Roland
Professor of Business Administration
158 Paczesny Hall
649-7900, ext. 351