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House of Representatives

What is the ASCC House of Representatives?

The House of Representatives is a legislative body created to facilitate communication between the ASCC and Carroll Clubs. This two-way conversation helps Carroll's Clubs to achieve their goals, and allows ASCC to know how best to help these clubs. The President of each club is asked to attend the House of Representatives meetings.  

House of Representatives: Members

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

  • Mission: To help students prepare themselves for entry into the Civil Engineering profession and into society as a whole through group activities, team problem solving, and hands on experience.   
  • Representative: Sarah Homberg (shomberg@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Gary Fischer

CC.mpwrmnt

  • CC.mpwrmnt and the victim advocate center was created to continue and increase the conversation around sexual assault one Saint at a time. We strive to use our club as a place to advocate for victims, provide teaching for the community, and help to decrease the stigma associated with victims. 
  • Representatives: Anna Darling (acdarling@carroll.edu) and Bray Holmes (bholmes@carroll.edu
  • Advisor: Kelly Parsley

Carroll College Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) 

  • Mission: To help support the LGBTQ community within our college community and encourage their acceptance, to educate and create a learning experience for the Carroll community on LGBTQ issues and tear down the barrier of homophobia, to create and increase the voice for LGBTQ students who have yet to find a voice of their own. To further human rights and human dignity especially within this Catholic Community and to preserve and promote the Catholic Church’s teaching regarding human dignity. 
  • Representative: KC Thomas (kcthomas@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Dr. Jeanette Fregulia 

 Carroll College Student Nurses Association (CCSNA) 

  • Mission : CCSNA brings students together helping further the growth of nursing in various ways, such as involving students with community projects and working together to gain awareness regarding a variety of healthcare issues.
  • Representative: Jordan Diehl (jdiehl@carroll.edu
  • Advisor: Terri John 

 Carroll College Student Veterans Organization 

  • Mission: We exist and strive for Carroll College's student veterans and their success, by providing resources, network support and advocacy to, through, and beyond their higher education journey. Our vision is to empower student veterans to lead and live their best lives in our community and beyond. 
  • Representative: David Donnelly (ddonnelly@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Brandy Keely 

Cat Training Club 

  • Mission: To bring together students who are interested in cats, animal training and the promotion of cat welfare in the Carroll Community and the public at large. Members are not required to have their own cat to join!
  • Representative: Fiona Picchi (fpicchi@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Molly Sumridge 

Circle K 

  • Mission: Developing college and university students into a global network of responsible citizens and leaders with a lifelong commitment to service.
  • Representative: Sofie Borzadek (sborzadek@carroll.edu
  • Advisor: Dr. Jamie Dolan 

Collar Scholars Club 

  • Mission:Collar Scholars at Carroll College is a puppy raising group with the goal of raising puppies that will become service dogs through CanineCompanions for Independence. Canine Companions is a nationally affiliated and non-profit organization that provides service dogs for people with disabilities free of charge. This club at Carroll consists of puppy raisers, puppy sitters, and general members who all work together to raise puppies that will become service dogs through Canine Companions. There will be meetings and training circles for the dogs, community service events, and fundraising that everyone can participate in. Students of any major are welcome to join!
  • Representative: Megan Arnold (mnarnold@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Molly Sumridge 

Education Club 

  • Mission: Education club is committed to helping future teachers form a supportive community, and providing additional educational resources. This is accomplished through conversations with professors, peers, and local teachers.
  • Representative: Katie Harris (kharris@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Robert Stansberry

Engineers Without Borders 

  • Mission: We are a student chapter associated with EWB-USA, which is a non-profit organization that partners with developing communities to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally and economically sustainable engineering projects while developing and fostering a relationship among internationally responsible engineers. Yet, Engineers WIthout Borders is not restricted to those interested in engineering! It helps teach students of all kinds about different cultures, health and safety practices, ways to aid underserved populations, and so much more.
  • Representative: Alyssa Gnoyski (agnoyski@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Dr. David Hokit

Pre-Veterinary Club 

  • Mission: The Carroll College Pre-Veterinary Club seeks to unite students over a shared love of veterinary medicine by participating in community outreach with local animal organizations, connecting students with veterinary-related opportunities, and preparing students to apply to veterinary school. All students interested in animals and medicine are welcome, regardless of their major or intentions to attend veterinary school.
  • Representative: Paige Dull (pdull@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Dr. Marie Suthers

Psychology and Wellness Club 

  • Mission: To encourage interest in the field of psychology; to provide students with opportunities to share knowledge and research; to build strong relationships and support campus and community well-being. 
  • Representative: Francie Tupper (ftupper@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Dr. Julian Nolan 

 Running Club

  • Mission: We strive to provide an enjoyable and positive running experience for runners of all backgrounds and abilities. We promote both physical and mental health through our weekly runs. We hope to use our passion for running to build friendships, provide encouragement, and to get away from the hustle and bustle of college life.
  • Representative: Peyton Lipp (plipp@carroll.edu
  • Advisor: Dr. Strode 

 Saints For Life 

  • Mission:This club is a student-led pro-life organization that seeks to create a culture of life at Carroll College with a focus on protecting and promoting the dignity of human life, from conception to natural death.
  • Representatives: Emily Blote (eblote@carroll.edu) and Luke Ostberg (lostberg@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Diedre Casey 

 Saints Swing Dance Society (SSDS)

  • Mission: Making sure that people have a chance to get to dance the night away instead of grinding away at the clock.
  • Representatives: Patrick McGowan (pmcgowan@carroll.edu)
  • Advisor: Deidre Casey

Special Olympics Club at Carroll College

  • Mission: As a Unified Champion School and Special Olympics Club our goal is to promote social inclusion through events and activities on and off campus. The main focus is athletics, with other opportunities for student leadership and whole school engagement. We offer routine opportunities to volunteer with Special Olympic athletes and an ability to kickstart inclusive events of your own design. Special Olympics Club intends to offer students with and without intellectual disabilities opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship.      
  • Representative: Cara White (cwhite@carroll.edu)
  • Advisors: Kathy Gilboy and Annette Ryerson

Questions or concerns?

Contact Isaac Armstrong at iarmstrong@carroll.edu or Guillermo Perez at gperez-ochoa@carroll.edu.