Family & Consumer Sciences Organizations

Family & Consumer Sciences Student Association, Harding University
The Harding University Family and Consumer Sciences Student Association brings together students in each of the FCS specialty areas to develop leadership, support, relationships and knowledge.  The Harding FCS Association prepares new professionals by providing opportunities to serve individuals, families, communities and one another in association sponsored programs and service projects. In addition, students will gain leadership experience as officers in the Harding FCS Association and in the Arkansas Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. In the fall the students attend a leadership conference that is planned by the current student president of the ArFCS Association. In the spring the students are encouraged to attend the two day conference of the ArFCS Association. Students have the opportunity to network and associate with other FCS majors and professionals in the state of Arkansas.
Contact Megan Jones - - Box 12233
Shanna Jones - - Box 12233

Nu Delta Chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu, Incorporated
The Nu Delta Chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu, Incorporated is a national honor society for Family and Consumer Sciences. Its mission is to empower leaders through scholarship, research, and leadership. This mission enables the organization and chapters to prepare scholars and researchers in the 21st century. Kappa Omicron Nu provides recognition and honor for distinguished academic achievements and potential as a professional; opportunities for networking; personal development and growth; and professional growth through education and service.  The Nu Delta Chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu of the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Harding University, holds monthly scholarly meetings, conducts a service project each semester, and inducts new members during the spring semester.
Contact Brittany Cumbie - - Box 12233

Harding University Student Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (HU SAND)
The Harding University Student Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (HU SAND) is devoted to communicating relevant information on academic and professional issues and to creating a spirit of camaraderie among students. Trips to local and state professional meetings, guest speakers in the area of dietetics and nutrition, and service projects aimed to have a positive impact on the campus and community are key activities of this group. HU SAND is open to all Nutrition and Food Management majors, as well as those with a Nutrition and Food minor.
Contact Megan Jones - - Box 12233
Lisa Ritchie - - Box 12233