Leaders in Training is a nine-week experiential emerging leaders program for first year students, and select sophomores and transfer students. Students explore topics like leadership, followership, diversity, values, inclusion and other topics to prepare them to build a leadership legacy at Salem College.
The Diversity Educators are a group of students who facilitate conversations about diversity and inclusion on campus. These students visit classes to facilitate conversations on how to live in community during college. The Diversity Educators also host the Diversity Monologues annually.
The Fleer Leadership Council is comprised or Fleer student representatives interested in working on behalf of the Fleer student population. The Council meets monthly. All Fleer students are welcome to attend.
Fremdendienerin is a German word meaning “one who serves strangers.” This organization, sponsored by the Office of Admissions, supports the interests of prospective students by giving campus tours, hosting overnight visits, and presenting at admissions panels. Students are selected in the spring semester.
The Order of the Scorpion serves the College through projects which promote campus unity and seek to preserve the “spirit of Salem.” The membership is composed of upperclass students who are selected by members of the order.
Rotaract is an international organization of service clubs for college students that fosters leadership and professional development, encourages high ethical standards in business, and promotes international understanding and peace. The Salem College chapter works closely with the Winston-Salem Rotary Club.
The Off Campus Association (OCA) is an organization for off campus students. The purpose of this organization is to create an awareness of the activities and opportunities available to students who live off campus and to encourage their participation in the life of the College. The OCA functions to make each day student, Fleer Center student, and Adult Degree Program student aware of the activities and opportunities available on campus and to encourage participation in these activities. The Day Student Lounge, located in Main Hall, is the headquarters for all day and Fleer Center students.
The OCA Executive Board consists of a president (or co-presidents), vice president, secretary, treasurer, Honor Council representative, and Judicial Council representative. OCA meets the first and third Tuesday of each month.
The Student Government Association is the means by which Salem students govern themselves and uphold Salem values such as conduct, unity, individual responsibility, and adherence to the Salem College honor tradition. Membership is open to all traditional-age students. Non-traditional age students may be involved as non-voting members. Student organizations within SGA include: Honor Council, Legislative Board, and the Executive Board.