The Ferris English Society is a registered student organization open to anyone who has an interest in writing, literature, or the English language, regardless of major or minor. Our goal is to create a fun environment where discussion of literature can take place. Our goal is to promote English through literature, exploration, and discussion, and to cultivate a population of individuals with a passion for the English language and literature. Most meetings are discussion-based, but there are occasionally games and food. Members aid the Ferris Department of English, Literature, and World Languages in hosting an annual Shakespeare Festival on William Shakespeare’s birthday, and has previously held events such as a Harry Potter party, a Gatsby party, a bonfire, bake sales, and more. To learn more, visit our Facebook page.
The Ferris French Club is a relatively new club on campus, and our goal since day one has been to generate a population of individuals that are passionate about French as a language and a culture. During our meeting times, we incorporate as much French learning as possible. Whether that be a little bit of speaking, activities, learning about the culture, or even planning for our next French event; we take part in it all. Throughout the semesters, we anticipate to collectively gain more interested students. To learn more about the Ferris French Club, visit us on Facebook.
French Minor and French Club Spotlight
The German Culture and Language Club is an RSO for anyone with any degree of interest in the German language or the many cultures of German-speaking regions. Activities include German movie screenings, German food nights, German language practice, and general discussion of anything and everything German. Our hope is to provide interested students with an informal, relaxed environment that encourages immersion, interaction, and exploration. Anyone with an interest in joining can simply show up at one of our meetings. Information about meeting times and locations can be found on our Orgsync and Facebook pages.
Sigma Tau Delta
Sigma Tau Delta is an international English honor society founded in 1924 with over 880 active chapters located in the United States and abroad, with approximately 9,000 members inducted annually. The official motto of the Society, identified by its initials, is Sincerity, Truth, Design. Membership in the Society provides opportunities for networking and several internships, including with Better World Books and Penguin Random House. Students seeking membership must have a minimum of two college English and literature courses beyond the required freshman class, and must have a minimum 3.0 GPA overall and in English/literature courses, and must be in at least their third semester of college course work. There is a one-time induction fee that confers life membership in the Society. For more information on joining the Ferris State chapter, please contact Dr. Heather Pavletic at [email protected].
Spanish Club is a registered student organization open to anyone with an interest in the Spanish language. Members are able to improve Spanish language skills and learn about Spanish culture while playing games, eating food, volunteering, meeting new people, having conversations in Spanish, and much more! Spanish Club promotes diversity and offers an understanding of global awareness. Our purpose is to learn, practice, and discover through the use of the Spanish language. To learn more about Spanish Club, visit the Spanish Club Orgsync page and/or like us on Facebook.